BY ROB REISCHEL
In 1990-’91, the Green Bay Packers were a miserable operation that went just 10-22 in that two-year window.
The roster was dreadful. The coaching situation was in flux. The management structure was questionable, at best.
The modern-day Packers can relate.
For the first time in 27 years, Green Bay will finish with consecutive losing seasons. The Packers’ 24-17 loss to the Bears Sunday ensured that.
Now, with team president Mark Murphy spearheading a search for the Packers’ next head coach, it feels awfully similar to the dog days of Judge Robert Parins and head c...
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