By BOB McGINN
Mike McCarthy won a ton of football games with three and sometimes as many as four tight ends on his game-day roster.
On Saturday night the Green Bay Packers were down to one after the second series when Richard Rodgers suffered a shoulder injury. Many factors contributed to the Packers’ 16-0 loss to the Minnesota Vikings at Lambeau Field but few were easier to fix than making sure the team’s roster was adequately staffed at tight end.
At various points in the first half the Packers also lost Jason Spriggs, Aaron Jones and Jordy Nelson for the entire game. Afterward, McCarthy ...
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