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SportsPulse: Trysta Krick sat down with Packers wide receiver Geronimo Allison and discussed what was a tumultuous 2018 season and why the future looks bright. USA TODAY

CHICAGO — With the NFL celebrating the start of its 100th season with its longest rivalry, a tip of the cap — or maybe the fedora — to the past was expected.

So when Matt LaFleur opened his tenure as Green Bay Packers head coach by calling a toss to running back Aaron Jones, it wasn’t surprising. What better way to honor the NFL’s longest franchise than the vaunted Packer Sweep? Chicago Bears coach Matt Nagy arrived at Soldier Field wearing a fedora, a nod

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