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GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- The Packers aren't yet saying whether they think cornerback Charles Woodson will be recovered from a toe injury in time to play against Dallas Thursday night. Coach Mike McCarthy is only saying Woodson seems to have been making progress while working in the training room to get over the injury.
GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- Green Bay Packers players no longer can offer teammates financial incentives for their on-field performance, but the NFL will not punish them for violating the league's "bounty rule." League spokesman Greg Aiello says the team has handled the matter with the players and the incentive pool has been discontinued.
GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- Al Harris is among the Green Bay Packers praising the selection of their former coach Mike Sherman to be the new head coach at Texas A-and-M. Harris says he thinks the world of Sherman, and he credits Sherman for taking a chance on him when he worked out the trade that brought Harris to Green Bay.
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Marissa Thrower hit for 19 points to lead Marquette to a 79-61 women's college basketball victory over William & Mary last night. Svetlana Kovalenko grabbed 11 rebounds for the Golden Eagles as they dominated the boards 46-28 and got 22 second-chance points to just six for William & Mary.
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