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Jones, Kuhn Vital For Offense

WR James Jones (Matthew Emmons/Getty)

Without James Jones, the Packers would have had a dangerously thin receiver corps. Without John Kuhn, they would have lacked a proven third-down running back. With both re-signed to three-year deals, the offense could be as explosive as ever.

The Green Bay Packers made two vital moves to strengthen their offense on Sunday, reaching three-year deals to bring back free agent receiver James Jones and fullback John Kuhn. Had Jones departed in free agency, the Packers would have been left with just Greg Jennings, Jordy Nelson and 36-year-old Donald Driver as proven weapons for quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Had Kuhn followed Brandon Jackson...

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