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Can the month of May get any more dreadful? The Brewers are 4-16 this month with no series wins (although the team did split with Texas in the first week of May.) They have fallen so far, so fast that it's no longer a question of can they make the playoffs. The question now is can they make it back to .500?
The Green Bay Packers wrapped up block one of OTA's on Wednesday in Green Bay. Not present for the session was defensive lineman Johnny Jolly. Jolly was in Houston completing a court-mandated drug treatment program.