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Draft Scout A.J. Hawk News
12/11/13 - ILB A.J. Hawk is closing in on breaking a longstanding team record. Hawk leads the Packers with 130 tackles, including 98 solo, this season. He has 1,002 tackles in his eight-year NFL career, becoming only the fourth Packers player to reach the 1,000-tackle plateau since the team started keeping the statistic in 1975. Hawk ranks third on Green Bay's all-time tackles list, just behind former teammate Nick Barnett (1,014). John Anderson holds the team record with 1,020 tackles from 1978 to '89.
10/14/13 - --ILB A.J. Hawk led Green Bay's strong defensive effort in the 19-17 win at Baltimore on Sunday with a career-high three sacks. Hawk led the Packers with 10 tackles, including five for loss. Hawk is tied with injured outside linebacker Clay Matthews for the team lead with three sacks this season.
03/18/13 - LB A.J. Hawk agreed to a $7.25 million paycut to remain with the Green Bay Packers. The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reported Hawk, who was owed $17.85 million over the final three years remaining on his current contract, would make $10.6 million, the remnants of a five-year, $33.75 million deal he signed in March 2011.
Hawk accepted a lowered base salary prior to the 2012 season -- from $4.9 million to $840,000 -- but he received a roster bonus of $2.21 million in return.
12/27/12 - ILB A.J. Hawk enters Sunday's regular-season finale at Minnesota with a slim lead over safety Morgan Burnett for tackles on the team this season. Hawk has been credited by the coaches with 131, three more than Burnett. Hawk led the Packers in tackles as a rookie in 2006 (155) and also in 2008 (121) and '10 (134).
12/24/12 - ILB A.J. Hawk tied his career high with two sacks in the 55-7 rout of visiting Tennessee on Sunday. Hawk led the assault on Titans quarterback Jake Locker as Green Bay equaled its season-best sacks total of seven, which it had in the Week 2 victory over Chicago.