The Green Bay Packers’ secondary went from “all hands on deck” to a depleted unit needing a creative shuffling of bodies in a flash. Over the past eight days, four key players — three true starters and one who may as well be one — either have come down with injuries or were shipped off the team’s roster, leaving the coaching staff in a bit of a bind as they prepare to play the Miami Dolphins on Sunday in week ten.
Much has been written and discussed about the trade of Ha Ha Clinton-Dix and the surprising release of Jermaine Whitehead, which leave permanent holes at free safety and the hybrid safety/slot/linebacker role, but the injuries may have an even more pressing impact in the short term.


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