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Live Chat To Welcome Mark Roman, Friday At Approximately 2:30 PM CT


A second-round draft choice by the Cincinnati Bengals in 2000, Mark Roman spent his first two years in the NFL as a cornerback before moving to free safety in 2002 (he made the reverse transition in college, shifting to cornerback as a senior following three seasons as a starter at free safety).

Entering his fifth year in the NFL, Roman has been on the winning side of football games only 20 times in 66 attempts as a pro, and in March, the former LSU Tiger left Cincinnati and joined the Packers as an unrestricted free agent.

"My main focus (of free agency) was to play for a winning team, but the reputation of the Packers kind of speaks for itself," Roman told after signing in March. "They're always viewed as one of the NFL's elite teams, and that means a lot to me. I mean, playing in the league is one thing, but playing for the Packers and having a chance to win the Big Game year in and year out - that's a chance you embrace as soon as it comes along."

On Monday, Roman, who beat out Marques Anderson in training camp for the starting strong safety spot opposite Darren Sharper, will play in his first prime time televised game as the Packers meet the Panthers on Monday Night Football.

"In Cincy, we never played at night, period," Roman said. "Not on Sunday night, Thursday night, Monday night, nothing. I'm very excited about this opportunity."

But before Roman hits the field in prime time, he will take questions from Packers fans Friday during a Live Chat starting at approximately 2:30 p.m. CT.

If you plan to take part in Friday's chat, please be sure to remember the following tips:

Be courteous and respectful. will not post any profanity, and chat guests are unlikely to answer questions that are rude in nature. If you have 'tough' questions, think about how you want to word them so they will get answered.

Be thoughtful. Among the hundreds of questions submitted, the ones that stand out tend to get the best answers. Anticipate some of the common questions and try to ask something unique. Chats are often bogged down with the same questions being asked over and over again. Be different.

Send questions once. Sending the same question multiple times will not get your question noticed. Instead, your submissions will be flagged and ignored.

Finally, remember that this is your chance to chat with a member of the Packers. Utilize the option to its fullest. We hope you have fun!

Click here to get to the Live Chat page.

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