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Part of Packers Playbook Ends Up Scattered About City Streets

Time to change things up in Green Bay. The Packers have a crisis on their hands. You never want to see this happen to any team, but a trash truck malfunction has caused part of the Packers game plan to be compromised. When Deputy Jason Vogel was using his radar gun in Green Bay on Monday, he witnessed a trash truck cruise by with papers flying out of it. When the papers were picked up, it was revealed that some of them were pages from the Packers special teams playbook against the Cardinals a few days earlier. WBAY has the details:

The Packers say they are not overly concerned about the breach in security because they shred anything they throw away that is extremely important. While the mishap probably won't give anyone the information a guy like Josh McDaniels would be looking for, it is still pretty funny to see something like this happen. With how seriously they take their football up in Wisconsin, I wouldn't be surprised if fans are calling for the head of the person responsible.

Chest bump to CBSSports.com's Eye on Football blog for the video.



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