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  • Sat., Apr. 26, 2014 8:00AM - 6:00PM CDT Packers Pro Shop Tent Sale

    The sale is taking place earlier than in previous years, due to the construction at Lambeau Field and the work that the Pro Shop team must complete in preparation for the new store, which will open this summer. Visitors to Lambeau Field should enter the Atrium through the Oneida Nation Gate. Parking is available in the lot on Lambeau Field’s east side near the Oneida Nation Gate, which can be accessed off Oneida Street and Lombardi Avenue.

    The sale will feature the traditional mix of Pro Shop items greatly reduced in price and other special purchases.

    The team’s football operations staff also has provided Packers team apparel no longer in use, including a large assortment of t-shirts, shorts, jackets, jerseys and pants. Some items are practice-worn gear not normally available in the Pro Shop.

    The tent sale began in 1994 in the parking lot outside the former Pro Shop on the north end of Lambeau Field and grew into a popular event. Now in its 11th year in the Atrium, the tent sale also was held in the west side stadium concourse in previous years.

     
  • Sat., May. 10, 2014 7:00PM CDT Eddie Lacy appearance 22nd Annual Doug Jirschele Memorial Sports Award Banquet
  • Sat., Jun. 07, 2014 8:30AM - 3:30PM CDT JPP Kids Clinic

    The 17th annual Junior Power Pack Kids Clinic is set for Saturday, June 7, 2014 in the Don Hutson Center with sessions ranging from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

    The Junior Power Pack Clinic gives members ages 5-14 years old the opportunity to practice football skills and drills with other Packers backers and a few up-and-coming Packers players.  Parents/Guardians are welcome to come and watch their child/ren participate in the clinic. 

    Members may choose one of three sessions to attend:

    • Session 1 – 8:30 to 10 a.m.
    • Session 2 – 11 to 12:30 p.m.
    • Session 3 – 2 to 3:30 p.m.


    The event will be held inside the Don Hutson Center, the Packers indoor practice facility. Parking for the event is available in the lot on Lambeau Field’s east side near the Oneida Nation Gate.  

    The Junior Power Pack Clinic is a member’s only event and will have a registration fee of $5.

    Deadline to register:

    • New Members – May 11, 2014
    • Current Members – May 18, 2014


    To sign up to become a member of the Junior Power Pack and receive an invitation to the clinic fans can go to www.packers.com/jpp.

     
  • Sat., Jun. 14, 2014 2:30PM CDT Jerry Parins Cruise for Cancer

    The eleventh annual Jerry Parins Cruise for Cancer motorcycle ride will be held, rain or shine, on Saturday, June 14, 2014. The ride will start at Vandervest Harley-Davidson (1966 Velp Avenue, Green Bay) and will make a fun-filled stop at the Seymour Fireman's Picnic, held at the Outagamie County Fairgrounds in Seymour.

    Ride Day Schedule

    • 9-10:30 am: Registration at Vandervest Harley-Davidson, Geen Bay
    • 11 am: Depart Vandervest Harley-Davidson, Green Bay
    • 12 pm: Arrive in Seymour. Enjoy food, beverages, entertainment and a short program.
    • 2:30 pm: Party kicks off at the new South Endzone Festival Foods MVP Deck at Lambeau Field! Guests can access the space by way of the Shopko Gate. See the field and enjoy the atmosphere from this beautiful indoor/outdoor space newly opened and accessed by very few. The party will include silent and live auction, food, beverages, music and merchandise available for purchase.


    More information: http://cruiseforcancer.org/

     

Players

Kevin Dorsey
WR #6
Height:
6-1
Weight:
207
Age:
24
College:
Maryland
Experience:
2

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Biography

  • A four-year letterman who appeared in 47 games over the course of his college career and finished with 81 catches for 1,088 yards (13.4 avg.) and nine TDs.
  • Posted an impressive 30.2-yard average on his nine career touchdown catches.
  • Persevered through a difficult senior season in 2012, one that saw the Maryland program lose its top four quarterbacks to season-ending injuries.
  • Was the program’s leading receiver as a junior in 2011, posting career highs with a team-leading 45 catches and 573 yards (12.7 avg.).
  • Received individual awards at the team’s season-ending banquet following both his junior and senior seasons. Received the Dr. John E. Faber Award for Iron Man in 2011 and the A.V. Williams Award for displaying outstanding and conspicuous sportsmanship during the 2012 season. 
  • After graduating with a degree in economics in 2011, he served an internship in the fall of 2012 as an assistant to both the athletic director and deputy athletic director in the University of Maryland athletics department.


CAREER Highlights:

  • Drafted by the Packers in the seventh round (No. 224 overall) with the second of three seventh-round picks, a pick acquired from the Miami Dolphins as part of a draft-weekend trade.
  • Became the first WR and sixth overall player from Maryland to ever be selected by Green Bay, and the first since LB Eric Wilson was taken in the third round in 1985.
  • A four-year letterman who appeared in 47 games with 23 starts over the course of his career and made 81 receptions for 1,088 yards (13.4 avg.) and nine touchdowns.
  • Started all 12 games as a senior in 2012, but saw his production suffer as the team was stricken with season-ending injuries to its top four quarterbacks. For the season, had 18 catches for 311 yards and set new career highs with a 17.3-yard average per reception and four TDs.
  • Experienced a breakout season as a junior in 2011, starting 10 games and posting a team-leading and career-best 45 catches for 573 yards (12.7 avg.), and also adding a team-high three receiving TDs. 
  • Saw time in a reserve role at WR and also on special teams in both 2009 and 2010, appearing in all 25 games and combining for 18 catches for 204 yards (11.3 avg.) and two TDs.
  • Earned a degree in economics in 2011.
  • A highly regarded prep prospect out of Forestville (Md.) Military Academy in 2007, he was listed as an All-American by various recruiting publications and was also a first-team selection on the Washington Post’s prestigious All-Metropolitan team that features the top players in the D.C-Metro area. 

2012: Entered the season as the team’s No. 1 WR in addition to being one of the program’s senior leaders…Started all 12 games, but saw a dip in production due mostly in part to season-ending injuries to each of the team’s top four quarterbacks…Finished the season with 18 catches for 311 yards and posted career highs in receiving average (17.3) and touchdowns (four)...Boasted a 34.0-yard average on his four receiving TDs…Received one of the individual honors at the team’s postseason banquet for the second consecutive season, this time being named the winner of the A.V. Williams Award, for displaying outstanding and conspicuous sportsmanship throughout the 2012 season…Vs. Wake Forest (Oct. 6): Earned the offensive game ball for a performance that was highlighted by his lone catch, a 33-yard second-quarter TD reception, his first scoring grab of the season…Vs. Florida State (Nov. 17): Posted a season-high 75 yards receiving with both of his receptions going for TDs against the No. 10-ranked Seminoles. Accounted for both of the team’s TDs, scoring on 33- and 42-yard plays in the second half in what was the first multi-TD game of his career…At North Carolina (Nov. 24): Hauled in his career-high fourth TD of the season, a 28-yard score just before halftime. 

2011: Enjoyed a breakout season as a junior, his first as a regular member of the starting lineup…Started all 10 games in which he played, missing two contests due to a hamstring injury, the only games missed in his career…Set new career highs with 45 catches and 573 receiving yards (12.7 avg.)…Both of those totals led the team, as did his yards-per-reception average and three TD catches...Was named the annual recipient of the Dr. John E. Faber Award for Iron Man at the team banquet following the season…Vs. Miami (Sept. 5): Started the season with a bang, making eight catches for a career-high 124 yards (15.5 avg.) in the Terps’ 32-24 season-opening win over the Hurricanes…Vs. West Virginia (Sept. 17): Followed up his strong outing in the opener with a career-high nine-catch, 79-yard performance (8.8 avg.) the following week. Scored his first TD of the season on an 18-yard play in the second quarter. His 17 receptions in the first two games were second to only Torrey Smith (21, 2010) among Maryland players in the previous 16 seasons for catches over any two-game stretch…At Wake Forest (Nov. 19): Posted a team-leading eight catches for 77 yards (9.6 avg.)…At North Carolina State (Nov. 26): Finished the season strong with a three-catch, 88-yard outing (29.3 avg.) that included his career-long 59-yard reception and a 24-yard TD that he scored just before halftime. 

2010: Appeared in all 13 games with one start, seeing extended action on special teams and in a reserve role at WR…Ranked fourth on the team with 15 catches for 187 yards (12.5 avg.) and two TDs…Also had one carry for 4 yards…Contributed five special teams tackles as a member of the kickoff coverage unit…At Miami (Nov. 6): Had a season-high three catches for 63 yards (21.0 avg.), highlighted by his first career TD, a 42-yard catch early in the second quarter that gave the Terps a 7-6 lead...Vs. East Carolina (Military Bowl, Dec. 29): Posted two catches for 50 yards (25.0 avg.) and a TD in the team’s 51-20 bowl victory over the Pirates. Made his season-long catch on a 45-yard TD play that opened the game’s scoring in the first quarter. 

2009: Saw most of his time on special teams during what was his first participating season…Was one of the team’s most effective coverage players, tying for the team lead with eight special teams tackles…Also appeared in spot duty on offense, recording three catches for 17 yards (5.7 avg.)…At California (Sept. 5): Made his collegiate debut on special teams…At Wake Forest (Oct. 10): Made a career-high three tackles on special teams...Vs. Virginia Tech (Nov. 14): Posted his season-long 13-yard reception.

2008: Despite enrolling in January 2008, was forced to redshirt after undergoing foot surgery in August prior to the start of the season.

HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year letterman in football at Forestville (Md.) Military Academy outside of Washington, D.C. …Played WR, QB, CB and S over the course of his four seasons and was one of the most highly regarded high school prospects in the region for the class of 2008…Was listed as an All-American by PrepStar and was among the top 100 recruits in the nation according to analyst Tom Lemming…Was rated a four-star player by both Scout.com and Rivals.com and was the No. 3 overall player in the state on Rivals’ Maryland Top 20 for 2008…Was also ranked by Rivals among the top 250 players in the country and was the No. 19 WR in the nation…The fourth-best player in the Mid-Atlantic region according to SuperPrep…Listed his greatest sports achievement as being named a first-team selection on the Washington Post’s prestigious All-Metropolitan squad, an all-star team of players chosen annually from the D.C.-Metro area…Led his team to the Maryland 1A South Region playoffs as a senior in 2007, catching 50 passes for 902 yards (18.0 avg.) and 11 TDs at WR in addition to recording seven INTs on defense...Also scored TDs on an 81-yard kickoff return and a 60-yard INT return that season…Hauled in 30 passes for 1,025 yards (34.2 avg.) and 13 TDs on offense and four INTs on defense as a junior in 2006.   

PERSONAL: Given name Kevin Patrick Dorsey …Born in Prince George’s County, Md. …Single…Is related through marriage to Pro Football Hall of Fame TE John Mackey…Visited veterans at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center while in college and made appearances on behalf of Uplifting Athletes, a student-athlete-run organization that aligns college football with rare diseases and raises them as a national priority through outreach, research, education and advocacy…Held different jobs on campus during his time at Maryland, first working as an event organizer for activities at the student union…Following his early graduation in 2011, he undertook an internship in the school’s athletic department, serving as an assistant to both the athletic director and deputy athletic director and gaining hands-on experience with the various facets of athletics administration…Enjoys outdoor activities including hiking and biking, and also playing video games, naming “Call of Duty” as his favorite…Also enjoys watching television, naming ESPN, The History Channel and Food Network as his favorite outlets…Listed Jerry Rice and Michael Jordan as his favorite athletes, The Lion King as his favorite movie and Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man as his favorite book…Residence: Forestville, Md.

  • A four-year letterman who appeared in 47 games over the course of his college career and finished with 81 catches for 1,088 yards (13.4 avg.) and nine TDs.
  • Posted an impressive 30.2-yard average on his nine career touchdown catches.
  • Persevered through a difficult senior season in 2012, one that saw the Maryland program lose its top four quarterbacks to season-ending injuries.
  • Was the program’s leading receiver as a junior in 2011, posting career highs with a team-leading 45 catches and 573 yards (12.7 avg.).
  • Received individual awards at the team’s season-ending banquet following both his junior and senior seasons. Received the Dr. John E. Faber Award for Iron Man in 2011 and the A.V. Williams Award for displaying outstanding and conspicuous sportsmanship during the 2012 season. 
  • After graduating with a degree in economics in 2011, he served an internship in the fall of 2012 as an assistant to both the athletic director and deputy athletic director in the University of Maryland athletics department.


CAREER Highlights:

  • Drafted by the Packers in the seventh round (No. 224 overall) with the second of three seventh-round picks, a pick acquired from the Miami Dolphins as part of a draft-weekend trade.
  • Became the first WR and sixth overall player from Maryland to ever be selected by Green Bay, and the first since LB Eric Wilson was taken in the third round in 1985.
  • A four-year letterman who appeared in 47 games with 23 starts over the course of his career and made 81 receptions for 1,088 yards (13.4 avg.) and nine touchdowns.
  • Started all 12 games as a senior in 2012, but saw his production suffer as the team was stricken with season-ending injuries to its top four quarterbacks. For the season, had 18 catches for 311 yards and set new career highs with a 17.3-yard average per reception and four TDs.
  • Experienced a breakout season as a junior in 2011, starting 10 games and posting a team-leading and career-best 45 catches for 573 yards (12.7 avg.), and also adding a team-high three receiving TDs. 
  • Saw time in a reserve role at WR and also on special teams in both 2009 and 2010, appearing in all 25 games and combining for 18 catches for 204 yards (11.3 avg.) and two TDs.
  • Earned a degree in economics in 2011.
  • A highly regarded prep prospect out of Forestville (Md.) Military Academy in 2007, he was listed as an All-American by various recruiting publications and was also a first-team selection on the Washington Post’s prestigious All-Metropolitan team that features the top players in the D.C-Metro area. 

2012: Entered the season as the team’s No. 1 WR in addition to being one of the program’s senior leaders…Started all 12 games, but saw a dip in production due mostly in part to season-ending injuries to each of the team’s top four quarterbacks…Finished the season with 18 catches for 311 yards and posted career highs in receiving average (17.3) and touchdowns (four)...Boasted a 34.0-yard average on his four receiving TDs…Received one of the individual honors at the team’s postseason banquet for the second consecutive season, this time being named the winner of the A.V. Williams Award, for displaying outstanding and conspicuous sportsmanship throughout the 2012 season…Vs. Wake Forest (Oct. 6): Earned the offensive game ball for a performance that was highlighted by his lone catch, a 33-yard second-quarter TD reception, his first scoring grab of the season…Vs. Florida State (Nov. 17): Posted a season-high 75 yards receiving with both of his receptions going for TDs against the No. 10-ranked Seminoles. Accounted for both of the team’s TDs, scoring on 33- and 42-yard plays in the second half in what was the first multi-TD game of his career…At North Carolina (Nov. 24): Hauled in his career-high fourth TD of the season, a 28-yard score just before halftime. 

2011: Enjoyed a breakout season as a junior, his first as a regular member of the starting lineup…Started all 10 games in which he played, missing two contests due to a hamstring injury, the only games missed in his career…Set new career highs with 45 catches and 573 receiving yards (12.7 avg.)…Both of those totals led the team, as did his yards-per-reception average and three TD catches...Was named the annual recipient of the Dr. John E. Faber Award for Iron Man at the team banquet following the season…Vs. Miami (Sept. 5): Started the season with a bang, making eight catches for a career-high 124 yards (15.5 avg.) in the Terps’ 32-24 season-opening win over the Hurricanes…Vs. West Virginia (Sept. 17): Followed up his strong outing in the opener with a career-high nine-catch, 79-yard performance (8.8 avg.) the following week. Scored his first TD of the season on an 18-yard play in the second quarter. His 17 receptions in the first two games were second to only Torrey Smith (21, 2010) among Maryland players in the previous 16 seasons for catches over any two-game stretch…At Wake Forest (Nov. 19): Posted a team-leading eight catches for 77 yards (9.6 avg.)…At North Carolina State (Nov. 26): Finished the season strong with a three-catch, 88-yard outing (29.3 avg.) that included his career-long 59-yard reception and a 24-yard TD that he scored just before halftime. 

2010: Appeared in all 13 games with one start, seeing extended action on special teams and in a reserve role at WR…Ranked fourth on the team with 15 catches for 187 yards (12.5 avg.) and two TDs…Also had one carry for 4 yards…Contributed five special teams tackles as a member of the kickoff coverage unit…At Miami (Nov. 6): Had a season-high three catches for 63 yards (21.0 avg.), highlighted by his first career TD, a 42-yard catch early in the second quarter that gave the Terps a 7-6 lead...Vs. East Carolina (Military Bowl, Dec. 29): Posted two catches for 50 yards (25.0 avg.) and a TD in the team’s 51-20 bowl victory over the Pirates. Made his season-long catch on a 45-yard TD play that opened the game’s scoring in the first quarter. 

2009: Saw most of his time on special teams during what was his first participating season…Was one of the team’s most effective coverage players, tying for the team lead with eight special teams tackles…Also appeared in spot duty on offense, recording three catches for 17 yards (5.7 avg.)…At California (Sept. 5): Made his collegiate debut on special teams…At Wake Forest (Oct. 10): Made a career-high three tackles on special teams...Vs. Virginia Tech (Nov. 14): Posted his season-long 13-yard reception.

2008: Despite enrolling in January 2008, was forced to redshirt after undergoing foot surgery in August prior to the start of the season.

HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year letterman in football at Forestville (Md.) Military Academy outside of Washington, D.C. …Played WR, QB, CB and S over the course of his four seasons and was one of the most highly regarded high school prospects in the region for the class of 2008…Was listed as an All-American by PrepStar and was among the top 100 recruits in the nation according to analyst Tom Lemming…Was rated a four-star player by both Scout.com and Rivals.com and was the No. 3 overall player in the state on Rivals’ Maryland Top 20 for 2008…Was also ranked by Rivals among the top 250 players in the country and was the No. 19 WR in the nation…The fourth-best player in the Mid-Atlantic region according to SuperPrep…Listed his greatest sports achievement as being named a first-team selection on the Washington Post’s prestigious All-Metropolitan squad, an all-star team of players chosen annually from the D.C.-Metro area…Led his team to the Maryland 1A South Region playoffs as a senior in 2007, catching 50 passes for 902 yards (18.0 avg.) and 11 TDs at WR in addition to recording seven INTs on defense...Also scored TDs on an 81-yard kickoff return and a 60-yard INT return that season…Hauled in 30 passes for 1,025 yards (34.2 avg.) and 13 TDs on offense and four INTs on defense as a junior in 2006.   

PERSONAL: Given name Kevin Patrick Dorsey …Born in Prince George’s County, Md. …Single…Is related through marriage to Pro Football Hall of Fame TE John Mackey…Visited veterans at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center while in college and made appearances on behalf of Uplifting Athletes, a student-athlete-run organization that aligns college football with rare diseases and raises them as a national priority through outreach, research, education and advocacy…Held different jobs on campus during his time at Maryland, first working as an event organizer for activities at the student union…Following his early graduation in 2011, he undertook an internship in the school’s athletic department, serving as an assistant to both the athletic director and deputy athletic director and gaining hands-on experience with the various facets of athletics administration…Enjoys outdoor activities including hiking and biking, and also playing video games, naming “Call of Duty” as his favorite…Also enjoys watching television, naming ESPN, The History Channel and Food Network as his favorite outlets…Listed Jerry Rice and Michael Jordan as his favorite athletes, The Lion King as his favorite movie and Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man as his favorite book…Residence: Forestville, Md.

 

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