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Packers vs. Bears Rivalry Cup 2012

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Published on Jun 20, 2012

In a rare summer showdown, the Chicago Bears defeated the Green Bay Packers by a margin of 10 to 2 in the first-ever "Rivalry Cup", held on June 18, 2012 at Medinah (Ill.) Country Club near Chicago, host venue of the 2012 Ryder Cup. The Ryder Cup-formatted golf event between NFL rivals raised money for Bears and Packers charities.

Both teams featured past and present players, coaches and executives. Team rosters were as follows:

Chicago Bears:

Kevin Butler, Super Bowl XX kicker and Bears all-time scoring leader
Richard Dent, Hall of Fame Defensive End and Super Bowl XX MVP
Mike Ditka, Hall of Fame Tight End and Super Bowl XX head coach
Robbie Gould, Pro Bowl kicker and Bears all-time leader in field goal accuracy
Patrick Mannelly, long snapper and longest tenured Bear in team history
Adam Podlesh, first punter in team history to net over 40 yards a punt in a season
Dave Toub, Special Teams Coordinator; voted Special Teams "Coach of The Year" by peers after 2006 season
James "Big Cat" Williams, Pro Bowl lineman; winner of the Brian Piccolo and Ed Block Courage awards


Green Bay Packers:

Mason Crosby, record-holder for the most points by a player within his first five seasons in the NFL
Lynn Dickey, quarterback held franchise all-time single season record for passing yards from 1983-2011
Jerry Fontenot, current Packers tight ends coach who appeared in 239 career games as a center for three teams, including the Chicago Bears from 1989-1996
Craig Hentrich, two-time Pro Bowl punter; played in two Super Bowls XXXI & XXXII with the Packers
John Kuhn, standout fullback voted a Pro Bowl starter and earned second-team All-Pro honors from The Associated Press in 2011
Tim Masthay, ascending punter set franchise records for both gross and net average in 2011 season
Mark Murphy, Packers President & CEO; former Pro Bowl safety who played in Super Bowls XVII & XVIII with Redskins
Bill Schroeder, wide receiver who led all NFC players in yards per reception in 2001; member of Super Bowl XXXI team

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