Jordy Nelson (#87)
CAREER: Steady performer will look to build off his most productive season as well as one of the best postseason performances by a wide receiver in franchise history…Played in all 16 regular-season games for the first time in his career and posted career highs in catches (45) and receiving yards (582)…His output surged over the final 12 games as he hauled in 39 passes for 529 yards, with all six of his 25-yard grabs coming over that span…Posted the finest performance of his career in Super Bowl XLV with nine catches for 140 yards and a TD in the win over Pittsburgh…Became just the fourth receiver in Super Bowl history with nine-plus receptions for at least 140 yards and a TD, joining Washington’s Ricky Sanders (XXII), San Francisco’s Jerry Rice (Super Bowl XXIII and XXIX) and New England’s Deion Branch (XXXVIII)
- Led the team with nine receptions for 140 yards and a TD in the Super Bowl XLV win over Pittsburgh, becoming just the fourth NFL wide receiver ever to post nine catches for 140 yards and a score in a Super Bowl.
- Posted career highs in receptions (45) and receiving yards (582) in 2010.
- Totaled more than 1,000 all-purpose yards in 2009, with 320 yards receiving, 635 yards on kickoff returns, and 90 yards on punt returns.
- Played in every game in 2008, the only Packers rookie to appear in every contest, and became only rookie in team history to post 30-plus catches and a 45-plus yard kick return in his debut season.
- Consensus All-America selection at Kansas State and one of three finalists for the Biletnikoff Award in 2007.
- Went from being a walk-on safety as a freshman in 2003 to posting the most prolific single season in Kansas State history with 122 receptions for 1,606 yards in ’07.