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Injury Grows Sherrod's Love for Football

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Derek Sherrod continues to make strides on the comeback trail following a broken leg sustained late in 2011.

Derek Sherrod has about 22 months of rust to knock off. The last two weeks have been a step in the right direction. "I've felt a lot more comfortable (compared to last week)," Sherrod said. "Just getting back used to the different drills, back to the practice tempo. Just working pretty hard at it and everything's going pretty good." Sherrod, the Packers' first-round pick in 2011, broke his leg... Recommended Stories

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