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Nixon's Move Goes from 'Gruesome' to Great

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James Nixon, who had a pick-six during Saturday's Family Night, played defense for just one season in college. He said the transition from wide receiver hasn't always been smooth.

James Nixon didn't want this night to end. Nixon made the biggest play of Saturday's Family Night Scrimmage, with an interception and 66-yard return for a touchdown. He punctuated the play with a Lambeau Leap to the north end zone. About a half-hour after the scrimmage, Nixon was still soaring while answering question after question from his spot in the auxiliary locker room. "I know it doesn't... Recommended Stories

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