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No Huddle Radio #99: Did the Packers Do Enough to Fix Special Teams?

Will the 2022 Packers special teams be better than they were last year? There aren’t sufficient words in the English language to describe how underwhelming the teams unit was in 2021, ultimately costing the team a shot at the Super Bowl. They brought in a new special teams coordinator in Rich Bisaccia, and overhauled a majority of the player personnel. Listeners want to know… is it enough?

They talk new free agent additions like Dallin Leavitt, Keisean Nixon, and punter Pat O’Donnell, potentially impactful draft picks in Romeo Doubs, Jon Ford, and Tariq Carpenter, but also discuss players who were around last year like Rico Gafford who might be ready to make a massive leap. Tune in to hear the conversation!

On No Huddle Radio, hosts J.J. Lahey and Gil Martin give you in-depth analysis of what’s happening with the Green Bay Packers. Get the latest news, injury updates and preview the next game with key matchups to look for and find out why we think the Pack will win or lose.

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