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Sherrod a Lone Silver Lining

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Derek Sherrod, the Packers' first-round pick in 2011, played offense for the first time in almost two full seasons late in Thursday's loss.

It was only six snaps. For most first-round picks, six snaps in a must-win game against a division rival would be a major disappointment. For Derek Sherrod, it was a milestone. It had been 101 weeks since Sherrod had played in a game. But, with the Packers getting blitzed at Detroit, Sherrod entered the game at right tackle for the Packers' final possession. It was his first game action since... Recommended Stories

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