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  • Mon., Nov. 24, 2014 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM CST Linsley, Bush, Barrington appearance Packers Corey Linsley, Jarrett Bush and Sam Barrington are scheduled to appear at the Big Red Kettle at Bay Park Square Mall on behalf of the Salvation Army bell-ringing campaign.
  • Mon., Nov. 24, 2014 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM CST American Red Cross "Celebrity Bartender" Players tentatively scheduled to attend: Davante Adams, Brandon Bostick, Letroy Guion, Andrew Quarless and Richard Rodgers
  • Sat., Nov. 29, 2014 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM CST Alumni Appearance (Beebe, Harris) Don Beebe and Bernardo Harris are scheduled to appear at the Packers Pro Shop on Saturday, Novemeber 29th, from 2:30-4 p.m.
  • Sun., Nov. 30, 2014 11:25 AM - 3:25 PM CST Toys for Tots Collection The U.S. Marine Corps will be collecting new, unwrapped toys for distribution to needy children in the area.  Cash donations will be accepted as well.  The collection will take place in the parking lot and at each of Lambeau Field’s gates.
  • Sun., Nov. 30, 2014 1:45 PM - 2:45 PM CST Alumni Appearance (Beebe, Harris)

    TTZ: Don Beebe
    Club Level: Bernardo Harris


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Aaron Adams
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Height:
6-5
Weight:
303
Age:
25
College:
Eastern Kentucky
Experience:
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Biography

Re-signed by Green Bay on Jan. 6, 2014...Was on the Packers’ practice squad for the entire 2013 season…Originally entered the NFL as a non-drafted rookie free agent with Cleveland, signing with the Browns on May 1, 2013...Was waived by the Browns in the final roster reduction on Aug. 31, 2013...Signed to the Packers’ practice squad on Sept. 2, 2013...Lettered four years at Eastern Kentucky, appearing in 44 games with 24 starts at both tackle positions and right guard...Helped protect QB T.J. Pryor, who set Eastern Kentucky career records in every major statistical passing category, including yards (7,300), completions (540), touchdown passes (51) and total offense (8,341)...As a senior in 2012, started the first five games of the season at RT, before shifting to LT for the final six games of the year, earning first-team All-Ohio Valley Conference, second-team All-American (Sports Network) and third-team All-America (The Associated Press) honors following an 8-3 campaign...Helped the Colonels rush for more than 200 yards on five separate occasions, including two games with more than 300 yards on the ground...Enabled the Colonels to rush for 282 yards, which included a 166-yard performance from senior running back Matt Denham, in the team’s first win of the season vs. Morehead State (Sept. 8)…For the second week in a row, contributed to a 200-yard rushing effort in the Colonels’ victory at Coastal Carolina (Sept. 15)…Blocked for Denham as he compiled a season-high 218 rushing yards and two TDs, and the Colonels grinded out 327 total yards on the ground vs Jacksonville State (Sept. 22)…Down 16-7 late in the third quarter, helped shore up the offensive line’s protection of Pryor, enabling the quarterback to lead the offense on three straight TD drives and secure a 28-16 win, the team’s fourth in a row, at Tennessee-Martin (Sept. 29)…After starting at RT for the first five games of the season, switched over to LT at Tennessee State (Oct. 6), where he would remain for the rest of the season…Put forth another strong effort as the offense rushed for 219 yards, including a 114-yard and two-TD performance from Denham, in a 45-14 win vs. Austin Peay (Oct. 13)…Despite a slow start on offense, helped the Colonels climb back and rush for 296 yards in a win at Tennessee Tech (Oct. 20)…Helped maintain the Colonels’ late-season rushing assault, paving the way for five rushing TDs, including a season-high three from Denham, in a 55-24 victory vs. Murray State (Nov. 10)…Named first-team All-OVC as a junior in 2011 and won the team’s Offensive Colonel Core Value award, after starting all 12 games at RT and helping the offense register six 200-yard rushing games...Contributed to a 245-yard ground performance that helped the Colonels secure their first win of the season vs. Missouri State (Sept. 10)…Paved the way for a 374-yard, five-TD rushing effort in a 48-16 win at Eastern Illinois (Oct. 8)…The dominant performance against Eastern Illinois set the tone for the rest of the season and sparked a five-game winning streak for the Colonels…Continued to anchor an impressive running game, as the Colonels rushed for 244 yards the following week in a win vs. Southeast Missouri (Oct. 15)…Helped the offense record a season-high 375 rushing yards and Denham rush for 226 yards and two TDs, in a 33-22 win vs. Tennessee State (Oct. 22)…Down 48-24 with less than eight minutes left in regulation, protected Pryor and allowed the quarterback to lead a huge comeback and secure a 52-48 victory at Jacksonville State (Nov. 5)…Appeared in all 11 games as a sophomore in 2010, contributing mainly on special teams and making one start, the second of his college career, at right guard at Louisville (Sept. 11)...Saw playing time in 10 of 11 games as a redshirt freshman in 2009 and made his first collegiate start when he filled in at right tackle vs. Southeast Missouri (Oct. 31) and helped the offense rush for 183 yards and three TDs in his lone start...Earned degrees in criminal justice and police studies...Completed a post-graduate year at Fork Union Military Academy (Va.) after graduating from John I. Leonard High (Greenacres, Fla.)...Played two years on the offensive line at Leonard and was an all-county and all-district selection...Also started in the Treasure Coast All-Star game...Was high school teammates with Jets DT Kenrick Ellis and Redskins WR Pierre Garcon…Played with G Derek Hardman in college, who was last with the Detroit Lions…Comes from a family with a military background and was born on a military base in Okinawa, Japan…Visited local children’s hospitals during his time at Eastern Kentucky and has had the opportunity to continue visiting hospitals while in Green Bay…Credits his high school coach, Wayne Monroe, for having the biggest influence on his athletic career and cites the opportunity to play in the NFL as his most memorable sports achievement…Enjoys skeet shooting and playing “Call of Duty”…Lists Breaking Bad, Modern Family and Sons of Anarchy as his favorite TV shows; Gladiator, Lone Survivor and Wedding Crashers as his favorite movies; and Frank Sinatra as his favorite musician…His favorite vacation destination is Ireland…Married to Bianca…Given name Aaron Blake Adams; nicknames are “Double A,” “A-A-Ron,” and “Tiny”…Born in Okinawa, Japan.
Re-signed by Green Bay on Jan. 6, 2014...Was on the Packers’ practice squad for the entire 2013 season…Originally entered the NFL as a non-drafted rookie free agent with Cleveland, signing with the Browns on May 1, 2013...Was waived by the Browns in the final roster reduction on Aug. 31, 2013...Signed to the Packers’ practice squad on Sept. 2, 2013...Lettered four years at Eastern Kentucky, appearing in 44 games with 24 starts at both tackle positions and right guard...Helped protect QB T.J. Pryor, who set Eastern Kentucky career records in every major statistical passing category, including yards (7,300), completions (540), touchdown passes (51) and total offense (8,341)...As a senior in 2012, started the first five games of the season at RT, before shifting to LT for the final six games of the year, earning first-team All-Ohio Valley Conference, second-team All-American (Sports Network) and third-team All-America (The Associated Press) honors following an 8-3 campaign...Helped the Colonels rush for more than 200 yards on five separate occasions, including two games with more than 300 yards on the ground...Enabled the Colonels to rush for 282 yards, which included a 166-yard performance from senior running back Matt Denham, in the team’s first win of the season vs. Morehead State (Sept. 8)…For the second week in a row, contributed to a 200-yard rushing effort in the Colonels’ victory at Coastal Carolina (Sept. 15)…Blocked for Denham as he compiled a season-high 218 rushing yards and two TDs, and the Colonels grinded out 327 total yards on the ground vs Jacksonville State (Sept. 22)…Down 16-7 late in the third quarter, helped shore up the offensive line’s protection of Pryor, enabling the quarterback to lead the offense on three straight TD drives and secure a 28-16 win, the team’s fourth in a row, at Tennessee-Martin (Sept. 29)…After starting at RT for the first five games of the season, switched over to LT at Tennessee State (Oct. 6), where he would remain for the rest of the season…Put forth another strong effort as the offense rushed for 219 yards, including a 114-yard and two-TD performance from Denham, in a 45-14 win vs. Austin Peay (Oct. 13)…Despite a slow start on offense, helped the Colonels climb back and rush for 296 yards in a win at Tennessee Tech (Oct. 20)…Helped maintain the Colonels’ late-season rushing assault, paving the way for five rushing TDs, including a season-high three from Denham, in a 55-24 victory vs. Murray State (Nov. 10)…Named first-team All-OVC as a junior in 2011 and won the team’s Offensive Colonel Core Value award, after starting all 12 games at RT and helping the offense register six 200-yard rushing games...Contributed to a 245-yard ground performance that helped the Colonels secure their first win of the season vs. Missouri State (Sept. 10)…Paved the way for a 374-yard, five-TD rushing effort in a 48-16 win at Eastern Illinois (Oct. 8)…The dominant performance against Eastern Illinois set the tone for the rest of the season and sparked a five-game winning streak for the Colonels…Continued to anchor an impressive running game, as the Colonels rushed for 244 yards the following week in a win vs. Southeast Missouri (Oct. 15)…Helped the offense record a season-high 375 rushing yards and Denham rush for 226 yards and two TDs, in a 33-22 win vs. Tennessee State (Oct. 22)…Down 48-24 with less than eight minutes left in regulation, protected Pryor and allowed the quarterback to lead a huge comeback and secure a 52-48 victory at Jacksonville State (Nov. 5)…Appeared in all 11 games as a sophomore in 2010, contributing mainly on special teams and making one start, the second of his college career, at right guard at Louisville (Sept. 11)...Saw playing time in 10 of 11 games as a redshirt freshman in 2009 and made his first collegiate start when he filled in at right tackle vs. Southeast Missouri (Oct. 31) and helped the offense rush for 183 yards and three TDs in his lone start...Earned degrees in criminal justice and police studies...Completed a post-graduate year at Fork Union Military Academy (Va.) after graduating from John I. Leonard High (Greenacres, Fla.)...Played two years on the offensive line at Leonard and was an all-county and all-district selection...Also started in the Treasure Coast All-Star game...Was high school teammates with Jets DT Kenrick Ellis and Redskins WR Pierre Garcon…Played with G Derek Hardman in college, who was last with the Detroit Lions…Comes from a family with a military background and was born on a military base in Okinawa, Japan…Visited local children’s hospitals during his time at Eastern Kentucky and has had the opportunity to continue visiting hospitals while in Green Bay…Credits his high school coach, Wayne Monroe, for having the biggest influence on his athletic career and cites the opportunity to play in the NFL as his most memorable sports achievement…Enjoys skeet shooting and playing “Call of Duty”…Lists Breaking Bad, Modern Family and Sons of Anarchy as his favorite TV shows; Gladiator, Lone Survivor and Wedding Crashers as his favorite movies; and Frank Sinatra as his favorite musician…His favorite vacation destination is Ireland…Married to Bianca…Given name Aaron Blake Adams; nicknames are “Double A,” “A-A-Ron,” and “Tiny”…Born in Okinawa, Japan.