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Draft Scout A.J. Hawk News
01/01/14 - ILB A.J. Hawk led the team in tackles for the second straight season with 153, two short of his career high attained as a rookie in 2006. With eight tackles in the regular-season-ending win at Chicago last Sunday, Hawk ascended to the No. 1 spot in the team record book for most career tackles with 1,025, surpassing John Anderson's 1,020 from 1978-89.
12/26/13 - ILB A.J. Hawk needs only five tackles to shatter the all-time team record. Hawk goes into the regular-season finale at Chicago on Sunday with 1,016 tackles in his eight-year pro career, ranking him No. 2 in team history. John Anderson has the record with 1,020 tackles from 1978 to '89.
12/18/13 - ILB A.J. Hawk needs only 11 tackles to set Green Bay's all-time record. Hawk, who has a team-high 138 tackles this season, has 1,010 tackles in his eight-year pro career. He is on the heels of former teammate Nick Barnett, who ranks No. 2 in team annals with 1,014 tackles. John Anderson is the record holder with 1,020. Hawk has produced at least 10 tackles in eight games this season.
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.