Monthly Archives: December 2015

Headline: Lindy Infante becomes the 10th head coach in Packers history, leads them to 12 losses Regular Season Record: 4 – 12 (Fifth Place NFC Central Division) Offseason Highlights: On February 3 1988, Lindy Infante became an NFL head coach for the first time, leaving the position of Cleveland Browns’ Offensive Coordinator to replace Forrest Gregg as the 10th Head …

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Headline: Replacement players go 2-1 during players’ strike while regular Packers go 3-8-1 Regular Season Record: 5 – 9 – 1 (Third Place NFC Central Division) Offseason Highlights: In 1987, the Green Bay Packers decided to separate the general manager and head coaching responsibilities by hiring Tom Braatz to be their Executive Vice President of Football Operations. Braatz had previously …

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Headline: Six game losing streak to start the season, longest in franchise history, leads to 12 loss campaign Regular Season Record: 4 – 12 (Fourth Place NFC Central Division) Offseason Highlights: The Green Bay Packers’ 1986 draft yielded only one player of note. However, that player would become a future Pro Bowler, 4th round and 84th overall selection, LB Tim Harris out of Memphis …

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