GREEN BAY, WI (WHBL) - Expect to see a lot of Graham Harrell Thursday night when the Green Bay Packers play the Cleveland Browns in the Lambeau Field exhibition opener. Coach Mike McCarthy says it’s important to see as much of Harrell as possible, so the Packers can be confident that he’ll be a good backup should something happen to Aaron Rodgers. And,speaking of the reigning league M-V-P, McCarthy says Rodgers needs to get his allotted work and “make sure the number one offense is where we feel we need to be.” Rodgers played in three series in the Packers’ loss at San Diego last Thursday. He gave up a fumble and threw an interception. Harrell played in nine series. He led the Packers on two touchdown drives – but he also had a half-dozen three-and-out series.
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