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Donald Driver helps put Pack back in Pro Bowl

After a one year respite, defensive end Aaron Kampman and wide receiver Donald Driver were voted to the NFC squad for the Feb. 10 Pro Bowl in Hawaii last week, and the Packers were kept from being shut out of the NFL's All-Star game in back-to-back seasons for the first time since 1986 and 1987.

When the Packers do get someone to the Pro Bowl, they usually start. That, however, is not the case this year as both Driver and Kampman were named as reserves. This marks the first time since 1990 (wide receiver Sterling Sharpe) that the Packers will be represented at the game by only a reserve. This is the first time since 1984 that the Packers are sending a multi...

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