Letroy Guion

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Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 322
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College: Florida State
Birth Place: Starke, Florida
Draft: 2008 5th round (17th pick) by the
  • Packers safety was going a little too fast on his way to work
    Packers Wire

    Packers safety was going a little too fast on his way to work

    We’ve all been there. Speeding down the interstate, 3:30 in the morning, trying to get to Lambeau Field in time for work as a football player for the Green Bay Packers – and a cop pulls you over. Ok, so maybe we all can’t relate to Jermaine Whitehead’s recent run-in with law enforcement. According to Michael Cohen of PackersNews.com, Whitehead was recently pulled over after a sheriff deputy observed him driving 110 miles per hour on I-43 between Milwaukee and Green Bay. His reason for excessive speeding? The time was 3:39 a.m., and Whitehead and his three occupants – believed to be teammates – needed to be in Green Bay for work. “I learned he and the 3 occupants were heading to Green Bay as they

  • ABC News

    Source: Cowboys DE David Irving files appeal after PED violation

    FRISCO, Texas -- Dallas Cowboys defensive end David Irving is facing a four-game suspension for violating the NFL's policy against performance-enhancing drugs, a source confirmed. An appeal on Irving's behalf was filed last week. A source said the issue stems from an over-the-counter substance Irving used in an attempt to endorse the product. Irving started two of 16 games last year, but he was the Cowboys' most productive defensive lineman down the stretch. He finished last season with four sacks, five tackles for loss and a team-high 26 quarterback pressures. He also had five pass deflections and had four forced fumbles, including three against the Green Bay Packers that helped him earn NFC

  • 5 takeaways from Mike McCarthy's OTA press conference
    Packers Wire

    5 takeaways from Mike McCarthy's OTA press conference

    Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy held a short press conference on Tuesday to discuss the start of organized team activities, or OTAs. Here are five takeaways from McCarthy’s comments: McCarthy said the start of OTAs has included a focus on the passing game, thanks to the format of the offensive install and the practice rules of the offseason program. “We wanted to tilt it more towards the passing game,” McCarthy said. “The practice environment, with the helmets and shorts, and the rules in place, the run game production is minimal, as far as the quality of the work. The quality of the work is definitely higher in the environment of throwing the football, so we’re just taking a little more