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Players

John Kuhn
FB #30
Height:
6-0
Weight:
250
Age:
31
College:
Shippensburg
Experience:
9

Quick Stats (2013):

CAR
10
YDS
38
AVG
3.8
TDS
1

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SeasonTeamGamesRushingReceivingFumbles
GGSAttYdsAvgLngTDRecYdsAvgLongTDFUMLost
TOTAL 165 506 3.1 18 12 72 493 6.8 32 8 2 1
2013 GB 15 6 10 38 3.8 12 1 13 81 6.2 20 0 1 1
2012 GB 14 3 23 63 2.7 9 1 15 148 9.9 32 0 -- --
2011 GB 16 3 30 78 2.6 12 4 15 77 5.1 11 2 -- --
2010 GB 16 2 84 281 3.3 18 4 15 97 6.5 12 2 1 0
2009 GB 14 6 8 18 2.3 5 1 7 47 6.7 14 2 -- --
2008 GB 16 3 8 10 1.3 3 1 4 21 5.3 13 2 -- --
2007 GB 16 1 -- -- -- -- -- 2 7 3.5 5 0 -- --
2006 PIT 9 0 2 18 9 16 0 1 15 15 15 0 -- --
Recent Games
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2 WAS W 38-20 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 @CIN L 30-34 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
5 DET W 22-9 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
6 @BAL W 19-17 1 2 2 2 0 2 9 4.5 8 0 1 1
7 CLE W 31-13 1 4 4 4 0 1 8 8 8 0 -- --
8 @MIN W 44-31 -- -- -- -- -- 1 7 7 7 0 -- --
9 CHI L 20-27 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
10 PHI L 13-27 1 2 2 2 0 2 10 5 6 0 -- --
11 @NYG L 13-27 1 12 12 12 0 3 11 3.7 6 0 -- --
12 MIN L 26-26 -- -- -- -- -- 2 29 14.5 20 0 -- --
13 @DET L 10-40 1 2 2 2 0 1 8 8 8 0 -- --
14 ATL W 22-21 -- -- -- -- -- 0 0 -- -- 0 -- --
15 @DAL W 37-36 -- -- -- -- -- 1 -1 -1 -1 0 -- --
16 PIT L 31-38 3 12 4 9 1 0 0 -- -- 0 -- --
17 @CHI W 33-28 1 1 1 1 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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Biography

  • Last name is pronounced KOON.
  • Has played in 92 games with the Packers (2007-12), the most by an offensive player on the roster over that span.
  • Selected to the Pro Bowl in 2011, becoming the first Green Bay fullback to be honored since William Henderson in 2004. Also earned second-team All-Pro recognition from The Associated Press.
  • Has played in 92 of 96 games (102 of 106 including playoffs) during his six seasons in Green Bay.
  • Has scored a touchdown each of the last four postseasons (2009-12), the only player in the NFL to accomplish the feat over that span.
  • Set or matched his career high in every offensive category in 2010.
  • Finished his career at Shippensburg with 27 school records, including career rushing yards (4,685), carries (910), touchdowns (53), all-purpose yards (5,300) and 100-yard rushing games (26).
  • In 2003, was the NCAA Division II co-leader in scoring with 22 total touchdowns (21 rushing, 1 receiving), a single-season school record.


Pro Highlights:

  • Has played in 92 games with the Packers (2007-12), the most by an offensive player on the roster over that span.
  • Has appeared in 92 of 96 games (102 of 106 including playoffs) during his six seasons in Green Bay, appearing in all 16 regular-season contests in four of those seasons.
  • Has scored a touchdown each of the last four postseasons (2009-12), the only player in the NFL to accomplish that feat over that span. Joined RB Dorsey Levens (five straight, 1994-98) and WR Antonio Freeman (1995-98) as the only players in team history to score a TD in four or more consecutive postseasons.
  • Is the only player in franchise history to post a rushing TD and a receiving TD in two different postseason games (at Atlanta, Jan. 15, 2011; vs. Minnesota, Jan. 5, 2013).
  • Was the only player on the team to have a rushing and receiving touchdown each season from 2008-11, the first Packer to achieve that feat in four straight seasons since RB Ahman Green (2001-04).
  • Matched his career high with 15 catches in 2012 for a career-best 148 yards.
  • Selected as a Pro Bowl starter in 2011, the first Green Bay fullback to earn Pro Bowl recognition since William Henderson in 2004, and was named a Pro Bowl alternate in 2012.
  • Also earned second-team All-Pro honors from The Associated Press in 2011.
  • Has successfully converted 20 of 27 opportunities (74.1 percent) on third-and-1 or fourth-and-1 during his career.
  • Led the team with four rushing TDs in 2011 and led the running backs with six total TDs.
  • Posted a career-high 281 rushing yards on 84 carries (3.3 avg.) in 2010.
  • Helped block for RB Ryan Grant’s back-to-back 1,200-yard seasons in 2008-09.
  • A core member on special teams, he has posted 53 tackles during his career, with 47 of those coming in Green Bay.
  • Claimed off waivers from Pittsburgh by the Packers in September 2007.
  • Spent time on the Steelers’ practice squad in 2005-06 after signing with the team as a non-drafted free agent in ’05, and played in nine games for Pittsburgh in ’06.


2012 SEASON
: Played in 14 games with three starts and appeared in both playoff contests…Rushed for 63 yards and a TD on 23 carries (2.7 avg.) and matched his career high with 15 receptions for a career-best 148 receiving yards (9.9 avg.)…Added three tackles on special teams…At Seattle (Sept. 24): Posted a season-high three receptions for 25 yards (8.3 avg.) and carried once for 2 yards…Vs. New Orleans (Sept. 30): His lone carry was a meaningful one as he took a direct snap from Brett Goode at his punt protector position on a fourth-and-1 play in the second quarter, burrowing forward for a 5-yard gain. The successful fake punt eventually led to a TD nine plays later that gave Green Bay a 21-7 lead…At Indianapolis (Oct. 7): Scored on a 2-yard burst off of LG to open the game’s scoring late in the first quarter…At St. Louis (Oct. 21): Made the most of his opportunities with 16 yards on three carries (5.3 avg.) and a 16-yard catch…Vs. Jacksonville (Oct. 28): Missed the practice week after sustaining a hamstring injury late in the second half at St. Louis (Oct. 21). Was a gameday inactive for just the third time in his career and the first due to injury, snapping a streak of 46 consecutive games played (including playoffs)…At Detroit (Nov. 18): Returned to action after missing two games due to the hamstring injury…At N.Y. Giants (Nov. 25): Posted a season-high 17 rushing yards on four attempts (4.3 avg.) and added a career-high 49 receiving yards on three grabs (16.3 avg.), highlighted by his career-long 32-yard catch-and-run in the second quarter…Vs. Minnesota (NFC Wild Card, Jan. 5): Scored TDs on back-to-back possessions sandwiched around halftime, first on a 3-yard rushing TD that capped a two-minute drive before the break and then on a 9-yard reception that finished the offense’s opening drive of the second half. With the scores, became the first player in franchise history to register a rushing TD and a receiving TD in two different postseason games (at Atlanta, Jan. 15, 2011). He also became the only player in the league to score at least one TD each of the past four postseasons (2009-12), joining Levens (five straight, 1994-98) and Freeman (1995-98) as the only players in team history to score a TD in four or more consecutive postseasons.

2011: Appeared in all 16 games for the fourth time in five seasons, making three starts…Also played in the team’s playoff contest…Selected as the Pro Bowl starter and also earned second-team All-Pro recognition from AP…Matched his career high with six total TDs, the most among Green Bay’s running backs, and led the team with four rushing TDs…Rushed for 78 yards on 30 carries (2.6 avg.) and added 15 receptions for 77 yards (5.1 avg.)…Helped clear the way for James Starks (578) and Grant (559) to become the first Green Bay tandem to each rush for 550-plus yards since Edgar Bennett and Dorsey Levens in 1996…Registered three tackles on special teams…Vs. New Orleans (Sept. 8): Carried twice for 5 yards, with a 1-yard TD run, and caught two passes for 7 yards (3.5 avg.). Made one of the plays of the game on special teams when he helped keep WR Randall Cobb from hitting the ground after he spun out of a hit on a third-quarter kickoff return. Held Cobb up and helped him regain his balance, allowing him to advance the ball another 70 yards for a TD as he tied the NFL record with a 108-yard return…Vs. Tampa Bay (Nov. 20): Lone rush came on a goal-line carry in the fourth quarter that he took up the middle for a 2-yard TD. Made a clutch recovery of an onside kick with the Packers clinging to a 28-26 lead with five minutes remaining. On the ensuing drive, made an excellent pickup of blitzing CB Ronde Barber, allowing QB Aaron Rodgers time to find WR Jordy Nelson for a 40-yard TD that sealed the 35-26 win…Vs. Oakland (Dec. 11): Carried a season-high 10 times for a season-best 46 yards (4.6 avg.) as the offense matched its season-high rushing total with 136 yards on 24 carries (5.7 avg.). Saw his carries increase with RB James Starks (ankle) sidelined and rookie RB Brandon Saine departing in the second quarter (concussion)…Vs. N.Y. Giants (NFC Divisional, Jan. 15): Appeared on both offense and special teams before sustaining a knee injury in the third quarter that kept him out the remainder of the game. Scored the Packers’ first TD with an 8-yard catch from Rodgers on the first play of the second quarter. Marked the third consecutive postseason that he scored a TD as he joined Saints WR Devery Henderson as the only players in the league to accomplish that feat from 2009-11. 

2010: Played in all 16 games for the third time in his four seasons in Green Bay, starting two contests…With Grant lost for the season due to a Week 1 ankle injury, saw the most significant action of his career carrying the ball…Responded by posting 281 yards and four TDs on 84 attempts (3.3 avg.), along with 15 catches for 97 yards (6.4 avg.) and two TDs…His 281 rushing yards ranked No. 3 on the team…With a career-high-tying six total TDs, he ranked No. 2 on the team behind only WR Greg Jennings (12)…Converted 10 of 12 opportunities on third-and-1 or fourth-and-1, an 83.3 percentage that ranked No. 3 in the NFL among players with 10 attempts…Appeared in all four postseason games with one start, catching six passes for 53 yards (8.8 avg.) and a TD with 8 rushing yards and a score on six carries (1.3 avg.)…Added seven special teams tackles in the regular season and four more in the playoffs…At Chicago (Sept. 27): Started at RB for the first time in his career. Rushed for 31 yards on six carries (5.2 avg.) and caught two passes for 20 yards (10.0 avg.). Had a career-long 18-yard run in the fourth quarter to set up a TD run by Rodgers…Vs. Dallas (Nov. 7): Turned in a career day with 50 yards on 13 carries (3.8 avg.), including a 17-yard pickup…At New England (Dec. 19): In what Head Coach Mike McCarthy called the finest game of his career, caught three passes for 27 yards (9.0 avg.) and a TD and rushed for 21 yards on six carries (3.5 avg.). In the third quarter, caught a swing pass from QB Matt Flynn and made a cut inside to elude CB Kyle Arrington and LB Rob Ninkovich to score a 6-yard TD…Vs. N.Y. Giants (Dec. 26): Started at FB and posted a career-high three TDs, two rushing and one receiving. Was awarded two game balls for the performance, one for offense and another for his play on special teams. Had 22 yards on six carries (3.7 avg.) with two scores and a pair of receptions for 7 yards and another TD. Added a career-high four tackles on special teams…At Atlanta (NFC Divisional, Jan. 15): Started at FB, scoring on a 1-yard run in the first quarter and on a 7-yard reception in the third quarter. Became the first Packer to post a rushing TD and a receiving TD in a playoff game since WR James Lofton did so at Dallas on Jan. 16, 1983.

2009: Played in 14 games with six starts...Scored TDs on 20 percent (3 of 15) of his offensive touches, rushed eight times for 18 yards (2.3 avg.) and caught seven passes for 47 yards (6.7 avg.)...Also played in playoff contest and added another rushing TD…Helped block for Grant’s second straight 1,200-yard season...One of only two players (RB Brandon Jackson) on the team to post a rushing and receiving TD on the season...Also registered 11 tackles on special teams…At St. Louis (Sept. 27): Rushed for a TD and caught a TD pass, becoming the first Packers FB to do both in a game since Henderson (Nov. 29, 1998, vs. Philadelphia). Scored from 1 yard out on a dive play in the second quarter and caught a play-action pass in the right flat from Rodgers in the fourth quarter and took it in for the 10-yard score…At Cleveland (Oct. 25): Helped clear the way for Grant’s season-high 148 yards on 27 carries (5.5 avg.), the second-best regular-season performance of Grant’s career, and helped the team post a season-high 202 yards on 41 carries (4.9 avg.)…Vs. San Francisco (Nov. 22): Saw time on special teams, playing with a club cast on his broken hand sustained the previous week vs. Dallas…At Pittsburgh (Dec. 20): Inactive for the first time in his career, ending streak of 54 straight games played (45 in Green Bay)…At Arizona (NFC Wild Card, Jan. 10): Scored on a 1-yard plunge early in the fourth quarter to even the game at 38.

2008: Played in every game for the second straight season with three starts…Caught four passes for 21 yards (5.3 avg.) and two TDs, along with 10 rushing yards and a TD on eight carries (1.3 avg.)…Tied for fifth on the team with a career-high 12 special teams tackles…Converted 4 of 5 rushing attempts on third-and-1 for the season…At Seattle (Oct. 12): Scored first TD of his career on a 1-yard reception from Rodgers in the fourth quarter to put the Packers up 24-10…At New Orleans (Nov. 24): Posted first career rushing TD on a 1-yard plunge in the first quarter to put Green Bay up 7-0…Vs. Carolina (Nov. 30): Led team with a season-high three special teams tackles…Vs. Detroit (Dec. 28): Caught a 5-yard TD pass midway through the fourth quarter to put the Packers up 24-14. Blocked for Grant and RB DeShawn Wynn as they each rushed for 106 yards to become only the second Packers tandem since 1985 to rush for 100-plus yards in a game.

2007: Claimed off waivers Sept. 2 from Pittsburgh, and played in all 16 games, getting all the reps at FB during the last two games of the regular season with FB Korey Hall out due to a hip injury…Also played in both playoff contests, starting one…Gained more playing time from scrimmage in the second half of the season, particularly in run formations…Recorded 11 tackles on special teams…Vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9): Played on special teams in debut with the Packers, coming away with two kick-coverage stops…At Dallas (Nov. 29): Made a key block on Grant’s 62-yard TD run in the first quarter, penetrating the gap and knocking LB Akin Ayodele out of the way…Vs. Detroit (Dec. 30): Made his first start for Green Bay for Hall and had one catch for 5 yards.

2006: Spent the first half of the season on Pittsburgh’s practice squad and was signed to the active roster on Oct. 31…Played in nine games as a FB and on special teams, compiling two rushes for 18 yards (9.0 avg.), one reception for 15 yards, and seven special teams tackles…Vs. Tampa Bay (Dec. 3): Registered two special teams tackles…Vs. Cleveland (Dec. 7): Ran for 16 yards on his first career rush…At Carolina (Dec. 17): Converted a third-and-9 with a season-long 15-yard catch…Vs. Baltimore (Dec. 24): Posted two special teams tackles.

2005: Released by the Steelers prior to the start of the regular season, but was signed to the team’s practice squad on Nov. 30, where he spent the final five games of the season…2005 Draft: Signed as a non-drafted free agent by Pittsburgh on April 29.

COLLEGE: Finished his career at Shippensburg with 27 school records and four Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) records…Compiled 4,685 yards rushing on 910 carries (5.1 avg.), including 26 games with at least 100 yards rushing, with 53 TDs and 5,300 all-purpose yards, all school records…Became the only player in school history to gain more than 1,000 yards rushing in three straight seasons…Earned first-team All-PSAC Western Division honors three times…Also was a first-team ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-American in 2003 and 2004…Graduated with a 3.293 GPA in December 2004 with a degree in chemistry…Senior season (2004): Rushed 293 times for 1,487 yards and 14 TDs, averaging 5.1 yards per carry and 136.8 yards per game, leading Shippensburg to its first PSAC Western Division title since 1988 and first appearance in the NCAA Division II playoffs since 1991…Chosen first-team American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) All-American and third-team Little All-American by AP…Junior season (2003): Named PSAC Western Division Offensive Player of the Year with 294 carries for 1,500 yards (5.1 avg.) and 21 TDs…Also caught 15 passes for 187 yards (12.5 avg.) and a TD…His 22 total TDs made him the NCAA Division II co-leader in scoring and broke the Shippensburg single-season record…Also set school single-season records for rushing attempts and yards…Named second-team All-American by both D2Football.com and Football Gazette…By topping 100 rushing yards in the season’s first three games, ran his streak to 11 consecutive games with at least 100 yards…Carried the ball 244 consecutive times without a fumble, another school record…Sophomore season (2002): Named first-team All-PSAC Western Division, leading the conference with 100 points, the first Shippensburg player to reach that mark…Rushed for 1,368 yards (on 244 carries, 5.6 avg.) and 16 TDs, both school records he would break the following year…Added 13 catches for 117 yards (9.0 avg.)…In the season finale at California (Pa.) (Nov. 16), rushed for 230 yards and set the conference record for rushing TDs in a game with six…Redshirt freshman season (2001): Had 30 carries for 330 yards (11.0 avg.) and one TD, plus four receptions for 98 yards (24.5 avg.).

PERSONAL: Given name John Allen Kuhn…Last name is pronounced KOON…Born in York, Pa. …Married to Lindsey…High school: A four-sport athlete at Dover H.S. in York County, Pa., was a member of the football, basketball, baseball and track teams...Community involvement: Spent a day with a boy named Colton from Chilton, Wis., in July 2010 as part of the Make-A-Wish Foundation…Took the 10-year-old boy shopping for gifts and for dinner and gave him tickets to a game at Lambeau Field...Remains close with Colton and his family to this day…Participated in the Green Bay Packers Golf Invitational to help raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation...In February 2010, went aboard the USS John C. Stennis, a nuclear-powered Navy supercarrier, to watch Super Bowl XLIV with more than 2,000 sailors…Participated in the local United Way NFL Hometown Huddle event in 2009, helping construct new and refurbish old playground equipment for Nicolet Elementary School in Green Bay…Has participated in the Edgar Bennett Celebrity Bowl-A-Thon and events to benefit the Donald Driver Foundation…Participated in the 2010 Packers Tailgate Tour, traveling to several Wisconsin destinations and visiting residents and schools...Is currently involved with the House of Hope in Green Bay and is hosting the Touchdowns for Hope gala in September 2013…Hobbies/interests: Is a two-time participant in the NFL’s Business Management and Entrepreneurial Program at the Harvard Business School and the Wharton School of Business…In college, worked as an intern lab technician for the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection and Johnson & Johnson…Enjoys golfing, bowling, going to movies, traveling and spending time with his wife and their English Bulldog, Buckwheat…Residence: York, Pa.

  • Last name is pronounced KOON.
  • Has played in 92 games with the Packers (2007-12), the most by an offensive player on the roster over that span.
  • Selected to the Pro Bowl in 2011, becoming the first Green Bay fullback to be honored since William Henderson in 2004. Also earned second-team All-Pro recognition from The Associated Press.
  • Has played in 92 of 96 games (102 of 106 including playoffs) during his six seasons in Green Bay.
  • Has scored a touchdown each of the last four postseasons (2009-12), the only player in the NFL to accomplish the feat over that span.
  • Set or matched his career high in every offensive category in 2010.
  • Finished his career at Shippensburg with 27 school records, including career rushing yards (4,685), carries (910), touchdowns (53), all-purpose yards (5,300) and 100-yard rushing games (26).
  • In 2003, was the NCAA Division II co-leader in scoring with 22 total touchdowns (21 rushing, 1 receiving), a single-season school record.


Pro Highlights:

  • Has played in 92 games with the Packers (2007-12), the most by an offensive player on the roster over that span.
  • Has appeared in 92 of 96 games (102 of 106 including playoffs) during his six seasons in Green Bay, appearing in all 16 regular-season contests in four of those seasons.
  • Has scored a touchdown each of the last four postseasons (2009-12), the only player in the NFL to accomplish that feat over that span. Joined RB Dorsey Levens (five straight, 1994-98) and WR Antonio Freeman (1995-98) as the only players in team history to score a TD in four or more consecutive postseasons.
  • Is the only player in franchise history to post a rushing TD and a receiving TD in two different postseason games (at Atlanta, Jan. 15, 2011; vs. Minnesota, Jan. 5, 2013).
  • Was the only player on the team to have a rushing and receiving touchdown each season from 2008-11, the first Packer to achieve that feat in four straight seasons since RB Ahman Green (2001-04).
  • Matched his career high with 15 catches in 2012 for a career-best 148 yards.
  • Selected as a Pro Bowl starter in 2011, the first Green Bay fullback to earn Pro Bowl recognition since William Henderson in 2004, and was named a Pro Bowl alternate in 2012.
  • Also earned second-team All-Pro honors from The Associated Press in 2011.
  • Has successfully converted 20 of 27 opportunities (74.1 percent) on third-and-1 or fourth-and-1 during his career.
  • Led the team with four rushing TDs in 2011 and led the running backs with six total TDs.
  • Posted a career-high 281 rushing yards on 84 carries (3.3 avg.) in 2010.
  • Helped block for RB Ryan Grant’s back-to-back 1,200-yard seasons in 2008-09.
  • A core member on special teams, he has posted 53 tackles during his career, with 47 of those coming in Green Bay.
  • Claimed off waivers from Pittsburgh by the Packers in September 2007.
  • Spent time on the Steelers’ practice squad in 2005-06 after signing with the team as a non-drafted free agent in ’05, and played in nine games for Pittsburgh in ’06.


2012 SEASON
: Played in 14 games with three starts and appeared in both playoff contests…Rushed for 63 yards and a TD on 23 carries (2.7 avg.) and matched his career high with 15 receptions for a career-best 148 receiving yards (9.9 avg.)…Added three tackles on special teams…At Seattle (Sept. 24): Posted a season-high three receptions for 25 yards (8.3 avg.) and carried once for 2 yards…Vs. New Orleans (Sept. 30): His lone carry was a meaningful one as he took a direct snap from Brett Goode at his punt protector position on a fourth-and-1 play in the second quarter, burrowing forward for a 5-yard gain. The successful fake punt eventually led to a TD nine plays later that gave Green Bay a 21-7 lead…At Indianapolis (Oct. 7): Scored on a 2-yard burst off of LG to open the game’s scoring late in the first quarter…At St. Louis (Oct. 21): Made the most of his opportunities with 16 yards on three carries (5.3 avg.) and a 16-yard catch…Vs. Jacksonville (Oct. 28): Missed the practice week after sustaining a hamstring injury late in the second half at St. Louis (Oct. 21). Was a gameday inactive for just the third time in his career and the first due to injury, snapping a streak of 46 consecutive games played (including playoffs)…At Detroit (Nov. 18): Returned to action after missing two games due to the hamstring injury…At N.Y. Giants (Nov. 25): Posted a season-high 17 rushing yards on four attempts (4.3 avg.) and added a career-high 49 receiving yards on three grabs (16.3 avg.), highlighted by his career-long 32-yard catch-and-run in the second quarter…Vs. Minnesota (NFC Wild Card, Jan. 5): Scored TDs on back-to-back possessions sandwiched around halftime, first on a 3-yard rushing TD that capped a two-minute drive before the break and then on a 9-yard reception that finished the offense’s opening drive of the second half. With the scores, became the first player in franchise history to register a rushing TD and a receiving TD in two different postseason games (at Atlanta, Jan. 15, 2011). He also became the only player in the league to score at least one TD each of the past four postseasons (2009-12), joining Levens (five straight, 1994-98) and Freeman (1995-98) as the only players in team history to score a TD in four or more consecutive postseasons.

2011: Appeared in all 16 games for the fourth time in five seasons, making three starts…Also played in the team’s playoff contest…Selected as the Pro Bowl starter and also earned second-team All-Pro recognition from AP…Matched his career high with six total TDs, the most among Green Bay’s running backs, and led the team with four rushing TDs…Rushed for 78 yards on 30 carries (2.6 avg.) and added 15 receptions for 77 yards (5.1 avg.)…Helped clear the way for James Starks (578) and Grant (559) to become the first Green Bay tandem to each rush for 550-plus yards since Edgar Bennett and Dorsey Levens in 1996…Registered three tackles on special teams…Vs. New Orleans (Sept. 8): Carried twice for 5 yards, with a 1-yard TD run, and caught two passes for 7 yards (3.5 avg.). Made one of the plays of the game on special teams when he helped keep WR Randall Cobb from hitting the ground after he spun out of a hit on a third-quarter kickoff return. Held Cobb up and helped him regain his balance, allowing him to advance the ball another 70 yards for a TD as he tied the NFL record with a 108-yard return…Vs. Tampa Bay (Nov. 20): Lone rush came on a goal-line carry in the fourth quarter that he took up the middle for a 2-yard TD. Made a clutch recovery of an onside kick with the Packers clinging to a 28-26 lead with five minutes remaining. On the ensuing drive, made an excellent pickup of blitzing CB Ronde Barber, allowing QB Aaron Rodgers time to find WR Jordy Nelson for a 40-yard TD that sealed the 35-26 win…Vs. Oakland (Dec. 11): Carried a season-high 10 times for a season-best 46 yards (4.6 avg.) as the offense matched its season-high rushing total with 136 yards on 24 carries (5.7 avg.). Saw his carries increase with RB James Starks (ankle) sidelined and rookie RB Brandon Saine departing in the second quarter (concussion)…Vs. N.Y. Giants (NFC Divisional, Jan. 15): Appeared on both offense and special teams before sustaining a knee injury in the third quarter that kept him out the remainder of the game. Scored the Packers’ first TD with an 8-yard catch from Rodgers on the first play of the second quarter. Marked the third consecutive postseason that he scored a TD as he joined Saints WR Devery Henderson as the only players in the league to accomplish that feat from 2009-11. 

2010: Played in all 16 games for the third time in his four seasons in Green Bay, starting two contests…With Grant lost for the season due to a Week 1 ankle injury, saw the most significant action of his career carrying the ball…Responded by posting 281 yards and four TDs on 84 attempts (3.3 avg.), along with 15 catches for 97 yards (6.4 avg.) and two TDs…His 281 rushing yards ranked No. 3 on the team…With a career-high-tying six total TDs, he ranked No. 2 on the team behind only WR Greg Jennings (12)…Converted 10 of 12 opportunities on third-and-1 or fourth-and-1, an 83.3 percentage that ranked No. 3 in the NFL among players with 10 attempts…Appeared in all four postseason games with one start, catching six passes for 53 yards (8.8 avg.) and a TD with 8 rushing yards and a score on six carries (1.3 avg.)…Added seven special teams tackles in the regular season and four more in the playoffs…At Chicago (Sept. 27): Started at RB for the first time in his career. Rushed for 31 yards on six carries (5.2 avg.) and caught two passes for 20 yards (10.0 avg.). Had a career-long 18-yard run in the fourth quarter to set up a TD run by Rodgers…Vs. Dallas (Nov. 7): Turned in a career day with 50 yards on 13 carries (3.8 avg.), including a 17-yard pickup…At New England (Dec. 19): In what Head Coach Mike McCarthy called the finest game of his career, caught three passes for 27 yards (9.0 avg.) and a TD and rushed for 21 yards on six carries (3.5 avg.). In the third quarter, caught a swing pass from QB Matt Flynn and made a cut inside to elude CB Kyle Arrington and LB Rob Ninkovich to score a 6-yard TD…Vs. N.Y. Giants (Dec. 26): Started at FB and posted a career-high three TDs, two rushing and one receiving. Was awarded two game balls for the performance, one for offense and another for his play on special teams. Had 22 yards on six carries (3.7 avg.) with two scores and a pair of receptions for 7 yards and another TD. Added a career-high four tackles on special teams…At Atlanta (NFC Divisional, Jan. 15): Started at FB, scoring on a 1-yard run in the first quarter and on a 7-yard reception in the third quarter. Became the first Packer to post a rushing TD and a receiving TD in a playoff game since WR James Lofton did so at Dallas on Jan. 16, 1983.

2009: Played in 14 games with six starts...Scored TDs on 20 percent (3 of 15) of his offensive touches, rushed eight times for 18 yards (2.3 avg.) and caught seven passes for 47 yards (6.7 avg.)...Also played in playoff contest and added another rushing TD…Helped block for Grant’s second straight 1,200-yard season...One of only two players (RB Brandon Jackson) on the team to post a rushing and receiving TD on the season...Also registered 11 tackles on special teams…At St. Louis (Sept. 27): Rushed for a TD and caught a TD pass, becoming the first Packers FB to do both in a game since Henderson (Nov. 29, 1998, vs. Philadelphia). Scored from 1 yard out on a dive play in the second quarter and caught a play-action pass in the right flat from Rodgers in the fourth quarter and took it in for the 10-yard score…At Cleveland (Oct. 25): Helped clear the way for Grant’s season-high 148 yards on 27 carries (5.5 avg.), the second-best regular-season performance of Grant’s career, and helped the team post a season-high 202 yards on 41 carries (4.9 avg.)…Vs. San Francisco (Nov. 22): Saw time on special teams, playing with a club cast on his broken hand sustained the previous week vs. Dallas…At Pittsburgh (Dec. 20): Inactive for the first time in his career, ending streak of 54 straight games played (45 in Green Bay)…At Arizona (NFC Wild Card, Jan. 10): Scored on a 1-yard plunge early in the fourth quarter to even the game at 38.

2008: Played in every game for the second straight season with three starts…Caught four passes for 21 yards (5.3 avg.) and two TDs, along with 10 rushing yards and a TD on eight carries (1.3 avg.)…Tied for fifth on the team with a career-high 12 special teams tackles…Converted 4 of 5 rushing attempts on third-and-1 for the season…At Seattle (Oct. 12): Scored first TD of his career on a 1-yard reception from Rodgers in the fourth quarter to put the Packers up 24-10…At New Orleans (Nov. 24): Posted first career rushing TD on a 1-yard plunge in the first quarter to put Green Bay up 7-0…Vs. Carolina (Nov. 30): Led team with a season-high three special teams tackles…Vs. Detroit (Dec. 28): Caught a 5-yard TD pass midway through the fourth quarter to put the Packers up 24-14. Blocked for Grant and RB DeShawn Wynn as they each rushed for 106 yards to become only the second Packers tandem since 1985 to rush for 100-plus yards in a game.

2007: Claimed off waivers Sept. 2 from Pittsburgh, and played in all 16 games, getting all the reps at FB during the last two games of the regular season with FB Korey Hall out due to a hip injury…Also played in both playoff contests, starting one…Gained more playing time from scrimmage in the second half of the season, particularly in run formations…Recorded 11 tackles on special teams…Vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9): Played on special teams in debut with the Packers, coming away with two kick-coverage stops…At Dallas (Nov. 29): Made a key block on Grant’s 62-yard TD run in the first quarter, penetrating the gap and knocking LB Akin Ayodele out of the way…Vs. Detroit (Dec. 30): Made his first start for Green Bay for Hall and had one catch for 5 yards.

2006: Spent the first half of the season on Pittsburgh’s practice squad and was signed to the active roster on Oct. 31…Played in nine games as a FB and on special teams, compiling two rushes for 18 yards (9.0 avg.), one reception for 15 yards, and seven special teams tackles…Vs. Tampa Bay (Dec. 3): Registered two special teams tackles…Vs. Cleveland (Dec. 7): Ran for 16 yards on his first career rush…At Carolina (Dec. 17): Converted a third-and-9 with a season-long 15-yard catch…Vs. Baltimore (Dec. 24): Posted two special teams tackles.

2005: Released by the Steelers prior to the start of the regular season, but was signed to the team’s practice squad on Nov. 30, where he spent the final five games of the season…2005 Draft: Signed as a non-drafted free agent by Pittsburgh on April 29.

COLLEGE: Finished his career at Shippensburg with 27 school records and four Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) records…Compiled 4,685 yards rushing on 910 carries (5.1 avg.), including 26 games with at least 100 yards rushing, with 53 TDs and 5,300 all-purpose yards, all school records…Became the only player in school history to gain more than 1,000 yards rushing in three straight seasons…Earned first-team All-PSAC Western Division honors three times…Also was a first-team ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-American in 2003 and 2004…Graduated with a 3.293 GPA in December 2004 with a degree in chemistry…Senior season (2004): Rushed 293 times for 1,487 yards and 14 TDs, averaging 5.1 yards per carry and 136.8 yards per game, leading Shippensburg to its first PSAC Western Division title since 1988 and first appearance in the NCAA Division II playoffs since 1991…Chosen first-team American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) All-American and third-team Little All-American by AP…Junior season (2003): Named PSAC Western Division Offensive Player of the Year with 294 carries for 1,500 yards (5.1 avg.) and 21 TDs…Also caught 15 passes for 187 yards (12.5 avg.) and a TD…His 22 total TDs made him the NCAA Division II co-leader in scoring and broke the Shippensburg single-season record…Also set school single-season records for rushing attempts and yards…Named second-team All-American by both D2Football.com and Football Gazette…By topping 100 rushing yards in the season’s first three games, ran his streak to 11 consecutive games with at least 100 yards…Carried the ball 244 consecutive times without a fumble, another school record…Sophomore season (2002): Named first-team All-PSAC Western Division, leading the conference with 100 points, the first Shippensburg player to reach that mark…Rushed for 1,368 yards (on 244 carries, 5.6 avg.) and 16 TDs, both school records he would break the following year…Added 13 catches for 117 yards (9.0 avg.)…In the season finale at California (Pa.) (Nov. 16), rushed for 230 yards and set the conference record for rushing TDs in a game with six…Redshirt freshman season (2001): Had 30 carries for 330 yards (11.0 avg.) and one TD, plus four receptions for 98 yards (24.5 avg.).

PERSONAL: Given name John Allen Kuhn…Last name is pronounced KOON…Born in York, Pa. …Married to Lindsey…High school: A four-sport athlete at Dover H.S. in York County, Pa., was a member of the football, basketball, baseball and track teams...Community involvement: Spent a day with a boy named Colton from Chilton, Wis., in July 2010 as part of the Make-A-Wish Foundation…Took the 10-year-old boy shopping for gifts and for dinner and gave him tickets to a game at Lambeau Field...Remains close with Colton and his family to this day…Participated in the Green Bay Packers Golf Invitational to help raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation...In February 2010, went aboard the USS John C. Stennis, a nuclear-powered Navy supercarrier, to watch Super Bowl XLIV with more than 2,000 sailors…Participated in the local United Way NFL Hometown Huddle event in 2009, helping construct new and refurbish old playground equipment for Nicolet Elementary School in Green Bay…Has participated in the Edgar Bennett Celebrity Bowl-A-Thon and events to benefit the Donald Driver Foundation…Participated in the 2010 Packers Tailgate Tour, traveling to several Wisconsin destinations and visiting residents and schools...Is currently involved with the House of Hope in Green Bay and is hosting the Touchdowns for Hope gala in September 2013…Hobbies/interests: Is a two-time participant in the NFL’s Business Management and Entrepreneurial Program at the Harvard Business School and the Wharton School of Business…In college, worked as an intern lab technician for the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection and Johnson & Johnson…Enjoys golfing, bowling, going to movies, traveling and spending time with his wife and their English Bulldog, Buckwheat…Residence: York, Pa.