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  • Sat., Mar. 07, 2015 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM CST Project Play 60

    ‘Project Play 60’, the Green Bay Packers’ event that is focused on getting kids out of the house to enjoy non-strenuous physical activity, is set for Saturday, March 7.

    The free community event is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and will take place in both the Lambeau Field Atrium and the Legends Club on the fourth floor. Parking will be free for guests participating in Project Play 60, and attendees may enter the Atrium through the Oneida Nation Gate, American Family Insurance Gate or Miller Lite Gate.

  • Sat., Mar. 07, 2015 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM CST Johnnie Gray appearance NO MORE Violence Fundraiser
  • Mon., Mar. 23, 2015 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM CDT Sam Barrington appearance Sister Bay Lions Club Youth Night
  • Tue., Apr. 14, 2015 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM CDT Tailgate Tour (Menomonie)

    The Green Bay Packers announced plans for the 10th anniversary ‘Green Bay Packers Tailgate Tour,’ set for April 14-18. This year’s tour includes three stops in western Wisconsin, in addition to stops in southern and eastern Wisconsin, to visit with fans and thank them in person for their support.

    Tour celebrities will include Packers President/CEO Mark Murphy, players Andrew Quarless, Micah Hyde and Casey Hayward, and Packers alumni Gilbert Brown, Antonio Freeman and Bill Schroeder. The tour will also feature special alumni in celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Tailgate Tour, Dave Robinson and Jerry Kramer.

  • Wed., Apr. 15, 2015 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM CDT Tailgate Tour (Prairie du Chien)

    The Green Bay Packers announced plans for the 10th anniversary ‘Green Bay Packers Tailgate Tour,’ set for April 14-18. This year’s tour includes three stops in western Wisconsin, in addition to stops in southern and eastern Wisconsin, to visit with fans and thank them in person for their support.

    Tour celebrities will include Packers President/CEO Mark Murphy, players Andrew Quarless, Micah Hyde and Casey Hayward, and Packers alumni Gilbert Brown, Antonio Freeman and Bill Schroeder. The tour will also feature special alumni in celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Tailgate Tour, Dave Robinson and Jerry Kramer.

  • Thu., Apr. 16, 2015 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM CDT Tailgate Tour (Baraboo)

    The Green Bay Packers announced plans for the 10th anniversary ‘Green Bay Packers Tailgate Tour,’ set for April 14-18. This year’s tour includes three stops in western Wisconsin, in addition to stops in southern and eastern Wisconsin, to visit with fans and thank them in person for their support.

    Tour celebrities will include Packers President/CEO Mark Murphy, players Andrew Quarless, Micah Hyde and Casey Hayward, and Packers alumni Gilbert Brown, Antonio Freeman and Bill Schroeder. The tour will also feature special alumni in celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Tailgate Tour, Dave Robinson and Jerry Kramer.

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Tim Terry
Assistant Director of Pro Personnel

Biography

Tim Terry, a former NFL linebacker, enters his 11th season with the Packers’ pro personnel department after joining the team Oct. 11, 2004. Terry’s primary duties are scouting professional prospects in the NFL, CFL and Arena Football League, working under Executive Vice President, General Manager and Director of Football Operations Ted Thompson. He also is involved with in-season advance scouting of upcoming Packers opponents.

In 2008, Terry was named assistant director of pro personnel after serving as a pro personnel assistant the previous three years. During the 2007 season, he continued to work in the personnel department while also serving as the director of player development, helping to maintain locker-room cohesiveness and assisting players in acclimating to their roles, both on and off the field. Former Packers long snapper Rob Davis took over that position in 2008.

The 40-year-old Terry originally entered the NFL as a non-drafted free agent out of Temple with the Cincinnati Bengals in 1997. As a rookie, he saw action in five games, logging three stops and five special teams tackles. Terry spent the 1998 season on the team’s practice squad.

In 1999, he went to camp with the Kansas City Chiefs, but was released and subsequently signed with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the CFL, helping that club to a Grey Cup championship.

Terry joined the Seattle Seahawks’ practice squad in early 2000 before being signed to the active roster on Nov. 10, and finished the season by playing in six games, collecting two special teams stops and forcing a fumble on a kickoff return.

Terry saw action in all 16 games for Seattle each of the following two seasons (2001-02), with his best professional campaign coming in 2002, when he took over as a starter for the final eight games after LB Chad Brown (broken foot) was lost to injury. That year, Terry posted a career-high 42 tackles, including one sack, one pass defensed, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery.

He was released by the Seahawks during training camp in 2003. His NFL career included 43 games played (eight starts), 55 tackles, 3½ sacks and 19 special teams stops.

Collegiately, Terry saw action in all 44 contests with 43 starts during his four seasons at Temple, playing as a defensive lineman and finishing his career with 208 tackles. As a senior, he started all 11 games despite a groin pull, and registered 56 tackles, five sacks and a team-high 11 quarterback pressures.

Terry holds a B.S. degree in political science with a minor in African-American studies. He obtained his master’s degree in management at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay in the winter of 2011.

An all-state selection at Hempstead (N.Y.) High School, he also lettered in track, basketball and lacrosse.

Born July 26, 1974, in Hempstead, N.Y., Terry resides in Green Bay. He has a daughter, Zoe, 13, and two sons, Timothy II, 10, and Jayden, 6. In his spare time, he is involved with various community groups, including Journey House in Milwaukee.

Tim Terry, a former NFL linebacker, enters his 11th season with the Packers’ pro personnel department after joining the team Oct. 11, 2004. Terry’s primary duties are scouting professional prospects in the NFL, CFL and Arena Football League, working under Executive Vice President, General Manager and Director of Football Operations Ted Thompson. He also is involved with in-season advance scouting of upcoming Packers opponents.

In 2008, Terry was named assistant director of pro personnel after serving as a pro personnel assistant the previous three years. During the 2007 season, he continued to work in the personnel department while also serving as the director of player development, helping to maintain locker-room cohesiveness and assisting players in acclimating to their roles, both on and off the field. Former Packers long snapper Rob Davis took over that position in 2008.

The 40-year-old Terry originally entered the NFL as a non-drafted free agent out of Temple with the Cincinnati Bengals in 1997. As a rookie, he saw action in five games, logging three stops and five special teams tackles. Terry spent the 1998 season on the team’s practice squad.

In 1999, he went to camp with the Kansas City Chiefs, but was released and subsequently signed with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the CFL, helping that club to a Grey Cup championship.

Terry joined the Seattle Seahawks’ practice squad in early 2000 before being signed to the active roster on Nov. 10, and finished the season by playing in six games, collecting two special teams stops and forcing a fumble on a kickoff return.

Terry saw action in all 16 games for Seattle each of the following two seasons (2001-02), with his best professional campaign coming in 2002, when he took over as a starter for the final eight games after LB Chad Brown (broken foot) was lost to injury. That year, Terry posted a career-high 42 tackles, including one sack, one pass defensed, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery.

He was released by the Seahawks during training camp in 2003. His NFL career included 43 games played (eight starts), 55 tackles, 3½ sacks and 19 special teams stops.

Collegiately, Terry saw action in all 44 contests with 43 starts during his four seasons at Temple, playing as a defensive lineman and finishing his career with 208 tackles. As a senior, he started all 11 games despite a groin pull, and registered 56 tackles, five sacks and a team-high 11 quarterback pressures.

Terry holds a B.S. degree in political science with a minor in African-American studies. He obtained his master’s degree in management at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay in the winter of 2011.

An all-state selection at Hempstead (N.Y.) High School, he also lettered in track, basketball and lacrosse.

Born July 26, 1974, in Hempstead, N.Y., Terry resides in Green Bay. He has a daughter, Zoe, 13, and two sons, Timothy II, 10, and Jayden, 6. In his spare time, he is involved with various community groups, including Journey House in Milwaukee.