What you might have missed in NFL Week 6: From Chase Young's Sean Taylor tribute to CeeDee Lamb's walk-off wave
What do Aaron Rodgers, CeeDee Lamb, Kyler Murray, Jamal Adams and a bungee-jumping mascot have in common? They all made statements in Week 6. Here's what you might have missed during an action-packed NFL Sunday.
- Rodgers taunts Bears fans after TD: 'I own you'
- Packers down another CB with King ruled out
- Brewers stumped over Yelich's woes at plate
- Bucks GM rewarded for title run with new deal
Vintage Aaron Rodgers turned into unfiltered Aaron Rodgers on Sunday, screaming, "I still own you," to jeering Bears fans after his 6-yard touchdown scramble in the fourth quarter sealed the Packers' 24-14 victory.
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— Aaron Rodgers didn't need to say it. He couldn't resist.
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Packers O-line in warmups: LT Elgton Jenkins, LG Jon Runyan, C Josh Myers, RG Royce Newman, RT Billy Turner. So Yosh Nijman goes back to the bench after a sold three-games stint as the fill-in left tackle.
Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer
Packers inactives: CB Kevin King, S Vernon Scott, LB Isaiah McDuffie, OL Dennis Kelly, DL Jack Heflin. It means Elgton Jenkins is available while LB Jaylon Smith and CB Rasul Douglas will make their Packers' debuts.
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Two days before Sunday's game at the Bears, Packers coach Matt LaFleur ruled out cornerback Kevin King because of the shoulder injury he suffered in last week's win in Cincinnati.
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