Packers-Titans notes

Here are some game notes from Green Bay's 21-20 victory over the Tennessee Titans Friday night at Lambeau Field:<p>

– Brett Favre played in the Packers' first two series, completing 5 of 10 passes for 57 yards. He also ran for six yards and a first down.

– Offensive lineman Bill Ferrario played center with the first-team offensive line late in the second quarter. Ferrario entered the game with 2:32 left in the second quarter for veteran Frank Winters, who snapped the ball over Pederson's head on the previous series. The errant snap was recovered by Pederson.

Ferrario normally plays guard, but he has been used at center as well in training camp. – By beating the Tennessee Titans on Friday, Mike Sherman raised his preseason record to 6-0 in Lambeau Field.

Green Bay won both of its home exhibition games in the last two seasons. They followed by beating the Cleveland Browns on Monday night, then edging the Titans.

– The Midwest Shrine game series has raised more than $2.75 million for the Shrine's burn centers and hospitals for crippled children, according to Robert E. Manske, executive director of the Midwest Shrine Game.

– By beating the Tennessee Titans on Friday, Mike Sherman raised his preseason record to 6-0 in Lambeau Field.

Green Bay won both of its home exhibition games in the last two seasons. They followed by beating the Cleveland Browns on Monday night, then edging the Titans.

– The Midwest Shrine game series has raised more than $2.75 million for the Shrine's burn centers and hospitals for crippled children, according to Robert E. Manske, executive director of the Midwest Shrine Game.


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