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Running with the opportunity

Noah Herron

Noah Herron, who was signed to the Green Bay Packers' roster late last November, will be making an attempt to earn a roster spot, beginning July 28 in Green Bay. Herron is no lock to make the team, but his decision to go with Green Bay over staying with the Steelers last year has proven to be a good one and has given him an opportunity to play and showcase his talent.

For Noah Herron, opportunity at this stage of his pro football career means more than a Super Bowl ring. At least that's the optimistic approach he is taking at the moment as he prepares to make Green Bay's regular season roster. Herron, signed off the Pittsburgh's practice squad late last November, sat at his home and could only watch as the Steelers upended the Seattle Seahawks for the Super... Recommended Stories

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