Mike McCarthy plans to use all four Green Bay Packers quarterbacks

McCarthy plans to use all four Packers quarterbacks
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Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy says that all four quarterbacks on the team's roster will play in their pre-season game against the Arizona Cardinals.

Mike McCarthy has revealed that all four quarterbacks on the Green Bay Packers' roster will be given game time during the team's first game of the pre-season.

According to the team's official website, Coleman and Vince Young are expected to get a fair share of the workload against the Arizona Cardinals this evening, while starter Aaron Rodgers and backup Graham Harrell will also contribute.

The head coach told reporters: "Frankly, it's the responsibility of the coaching staff, particularly myself calling the game, to get [Coleman] comfortable to where he can just go play. That's what we'll be working on here the next 30-plus hours."

Young, who joined the Packers earlier this week, added: "I just want to make sure I've got the right plays, make sure I get the guys out of the huddle. I don't want any delay of games or things like that. That's the biggest thing about being a quarterback, getting guys into the right position and running the right routes."

It will be the first time that the Packers have used four quarterback in one game since they played the Pittsburgh Steelers during the 2007 pre-season.

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