From Packers dot com ---- Packers Reach 53-Man Limit posted 09/03/2005 Reducing their roster to the NFL-mandated 53-man limit, the Green Bay Packers Saturday released 19 players, placed two on injured reserve and completed two trades. Ted Thompson, Executive Vice President, General Manager and Director of Football Operations, announced the transactions. Green Bay has traded CB Chris Johnson to the St. Louis Rams for LB Robert Thomas, a fourth-year veteran out of UCLA. In addition, the Packers traded T/G Steve Morley to the New York Jets for a future undisclosed draft choice. The team has released the following players: T/G Brad Bedell WR Craig Bragg WR Sam Breeden CB Chris Day T/G Joe Hayes DT Cletidus Hunt LB Corey Jenkins WR Jamal Jones FB Vonta Leach DT James Lee TE Sean McHugh LB Nick McNeil QB J.T. O'Sullivan LB Ray Thompson WR Andrae Thurman CB Leigh Torrence DE R-Kal Truluck DE Seante Williams RB Walt Williams The team has placed the following players on injured reserve: S Todd Franz RB Joey Harris Hunt, a starting defensive tackle the last three seasons, was drafted by the Packers out of Kentucky State in the third round of the 1999 NFL Draft. The Packers are allowed to begin signing players to practice-squad contracts after 11 a.m. Sunday morning. Green Bay on Monday begins on-field preparations for its 85th NFL season. ---- So who backs up Clifton at left tackle? Bob Skoronski?