Packers players clean out lockers, say goodbye

Packers players gathered one last time at Lambeau Field Monday morning to clean out their lockers and say goodbye, fewer than 36 hours after the team's playoff loss to the Arizona Cardinals.

Players shared their top memories from the season, including Aaron Rodgers' game-winning Hail Mary pass in Detroit and a similar pass in Arizona that sent the playoff game to overtime. At the same time, the sting of the loss in Arizona remains, as Mike McCarthy said the results fell short of the team's expectations for the season.

Without Jordy Nelson for the entire season, the Packers offense struggled to find consistency. After starting 6-0, the team went 4-6 in its final ten regular season games. McCarthy says he hopes running back Eddie Lacy will be in better shape next season, as Lacy scored just three rushing touchdowns and lost his starting job at one point to James Starks.

McCarthy also revealed that he will continue to call plays next season.

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