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The cornerback's left foot was hanging out of the cart during that March trip when it was bumped by another cart that clipped Breeland's foot. An old wound that Breeland suffered in fourth grade reopened.A couple weeks later Cheap DeAndre Carter Jersey , an agreement that Breeland had struck in free agency with the Carolina Panthers fell through. A longer-than-expected waiting game began.Finally, Breeland is back in the NFL with the Packers.After his first practice with Green Bay on Wednesday, Breeland said he was surprised it took him six months to finally hook on with a team."Being one of the first defensive backs taken off the board early in free agency to not even having a team to play for, yeah I had those thoughts," Breeland said. "But I don't regret it."It was certainly fortuitous for the Packers, who signed Breeland after placing veteran Davon House on injured reserve with a shoulder injury.A fifth-year player out of Clemson, Breeland played 60 games with 57 starts in four years with the Washington Redskins. The 5-foot-11 Breeland had 267 tackles and eight interceptions while with the Redskins. He had a career-high 19 pass deflections last season.The Packers feel fortunate to have picked up an experienced veteran four weeks into the season."I'm always interested in the ball skills of the defensive backs. He definitely has that," coach Mike McCarthy said. "So, experienced player and I think he's an excellent addition, especially at this point in the season."Veteran Tramon Williams and second-year player Kevin King are the starters Youth Jake Elliott Jersey , though King missed last week's loss to the Redskins with a groin injury. King also missed practice on Wednesday.Promising rookies Jaire Alexander and Josh Jackson are the primary backups. House, who played mainly on special teams, is in the second year of his second stint in Green Bay, having initially been drafted by the Packers in 2011.Breeland had workouts with other teams. But on Sunday, he didn't watch his old team, the Redskins, beat what turned out to be his next team, the Packers."I kind of distanced myself from football at the time, you know what I mean? It's kind of hard," Breeland said.But the Packers called two days ago Cheap Fletcher Cox Jersey , and Breeland said that "they answered that prayer for me." He said he felt he was back at 100 percent about a couple months ago, and the Packers are apparently satisfied that's the case, too.He said his initial injury traces back to when he his foot apparently caught on the spokes of a bicycle when he was in the fourth grade. That injury required a skin graft. Breeland said he was told by doctors that the foot got infected after getting bumped by the cart while in the Dominican Republic.While the Packers also showed interest in Breeland in free agency, Carolina made the biggest push."But I'm here now. Everything happens for a reason," Breeland said. "I don't really regret what happened. I feel like it was meant to bring me here."NOTES: QB Aaron Rodgers (left knee) did not practice, as has been the case at midweek since he got hurt in the season-opening win over Chicago. He has missed the first two days of practice the last couple weeks to focus on rehab, while returning to practice on Saturday. The tradeoff is that the rehab allows Rodgers to play on Sundays. Rodgers and the receivers do still talk about different situations and routes in the film room. "The only difference is I'm not out there actually making the throws at practice and communicating with them in the moment, but we're still getting the same conversations that we need to have," he said. "But again, that's the stress right now on me not practicing and being out there and have to be in the rehab group. That makes it a little more difficult." ... TE Jimmy Graham (knee) Cheap Jay Ajayi Jersey , RG Justin McCray (shoulder) and LB Nick Perry (concussion protocol) also missed practice. ... RT Bryan Bulaga (back) and S Josh Jones (ankle) were limited.Eagles Fans Rooting Guide for NFL Week 1 Games The Philadelphia Eagles are off today after beating the Falcons on Thursday night. By defeating Atlanta, the Eagles are now 1-0 and first in the entire NFL. No other place for the reigning Super Bowl champs to be but on top. The Eagles are off to a good start but this weekend could potentially get even better for them. With that in mind, here’s what Eagles fans should be rooting for on Sunday.NFC EAST GAMESJacksonville Jaguars at New York Giants: With everyone hyping up the possibility of a Giants resurgence, it’d be great to see Jacksonville’s defense just completely shut down Big Blue’s offense. I wouldn’t mind seeing Blake Bortles having success against the Giants’ defense, either. Let’s go Jags. Root for the Jaguars.Dallas Cowboys at Carolina Panthers: It’d be nice to see the “Ezekiel Elliott is back so the Cowboys will be fine!” narrative get crushed as early as Week 1. A Panthers win would be so sweet. Root for the Panthers.Washington Redskins at Arizona Cardinals: The feeling here is that Washington could be the biggest threat to the Eagles in the NFC East. Here’s to hoping good ol’ Sam Bradford can help out his former team today by beating Washington. Root for the Cardinals.NFC GAMESTampa Bay Buccaneers at New Orleans Saints: The Saints are clearly much bigger threats to the Eagles in the NFC than the Ryan Fitzpatrick-led Bucs are. It’d be nice to see Tampa Bay get a fluky win and start to smell themselves too much heading into Week 2 against the Eagles. Root for the Bucs.San Francisco 49ers at Minnesota Vikings: I could see some split opinions on this game depending on which team you think is the bigger threat in the NFC. Even though the 49ers appear to be on the rise, I’d say the Vikings are more threatening to the Eagles’ playoff positioning. Plus, how could you want to see THIS guy win? Root for the 49ers.Seattle Seahawks at Denver Broncos: No brainer to root for the AFC team to beat the NFC team here. Root for the Broncos.Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers: Please keep Aaron Rodgers far away from the playoffs as possible. Root for the Bears.New York Jets at Detroit Lions: No brainer to root for the AFC team to beat the NFC team here. The Jets should also be your favorite AFC team since they have Sam Darnold and it’d be great to see Darnold succeed to the point where the Giants feel so dumb for passing on him. Root for the J-E-T-S, JETS JETS JETS!Los Angeles Rams at Oakland Raiders: The Rams could easily be one of the biggest threats to the Eagles in the NFC East. Root for Jon Gruden for somehow to find a way to beat Sean McVay. Root for the Raiders.DRAFT PICK WATCHBuffalo Bills at Baltimore Ravens: In case you forgot, the Eagles own the Ravens’ 2019 second-round pick. Philadelphia traded out of No. 32 overall (which they earned by winning the Super Bowl) in the 2018 NFL Draft since Baltimore wanted to move up for Lamar Jackson. The pick will be better for the Eagles if the Ravens lose, so get ready to cheer for Nathan Peterman today. Root for the Bills.WHAT’S LEFTHouston Texans at New England Patriots: On one hand http://www.eaglescheapauthenticstore.com/brandon-brooks-jersey-cheap , I’d love to see an Eagles versus Patriots Super Bowl again this season. On the other hand, I almost never want to see the Pats win. Root for the Texans.Tennessee Titans at Miami Dolphins: Given that the Eagles play the Titans in a few weeks, it’d be nice to see them look unimpressive. But I don’t really care who wins this game. Root for whoever you want.Cincinnati Bengals at Indianapolis Colts: Given that the Eagles play the Colts in a couple weeks, it’d be nice to see them look unimpressive. But I’m rooting for former Eagles offensive coordinator Frank Reich to do well in Indy. They’re my second favorite AFC team now behind the Jets. I’m also really curious to see how much more Marvin Lewis can fail and still hold on to his job. Root for the Colts.Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns: I want to see the Browns continue to lose so it can be pointed out they’re 1-32 since passing on Carson Wentz. Although it would be funny to see Pittsburgh lose this one. Root for the Steelers.Kansas City Chiefs at Los Angeles Chargers: I took the Chargers to win this game so I’ll be rooting for them. As far as your rooting interests go ... well, that’s up to you. If you want to cheer on Andy Reid, feel free. Root for whoever you want.
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