(WNFL)- The trading of Jerel Worthy from Green Bay to New England was made official late yesterday, when the NFL announced it. The league's transaction wire said the Packers will get an "unannounced" draft choice, and it didn't say when. Worthy, a defensive lineman from Michigan State, spent two injury-riddled seasons with Green Bay and has not practiced at all at Training Camp. Meanwhile, it's not just the players that get into a heated exchange at practice from time to time. Offensive line coach James Campen got into a shouting match with linebackers' coach Winston Moss -- after Moss was getting on running back Michael Hill during a defensive swarming drill. Both coaches denied any animosity, but guard TJ Lang said the coaches got into a real "fired-up" confrontation. Head coach Mike McCarthy downplayed it after practice, saying it wasn't personal and there's nothing wrong with what happened. A few players got into their own scuffles during yesterday's padded practice as well.
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