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Perseverance Part of Goode's Story

Brett Goode (Mark J. Rebilas/USP)

Undrafted, cut twice and having found a "real" job in construction, Brett Goode got a call from the Packers just before 2008 season. One of the most anonymous players on the team, Goode has been rewarded for going unnoticed.

Brett Goode's glad he answered the phone. So, too, are the Green Bay Packers. It was 2008. With longtime long snapper Rob Davis having retired and accepted a job in the Packers' front office, the team had settled on J.J. Jansen. Then, during the preseason finale, Jansen's bad snap led to punter Jon Ryan taking off on a 34-yard run. Jansen injured his knee trying to make a block. Just like that... Recommended Stories

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