Green Bay, Wis. (WHBL-Learfield) - Retired N-F-L running back Aaron Stecker had a try-out yesterday with the Green Bay Packers. Media reports said Stecker was one of seven players brought in for auditions. Stecker is from the Green Bay suburb of Ashwaubenon, and he retired in April after 11 N-F-L seasons. He ran for just over 15-hundred yards, and he was also a kickoff returner with a career average of just over 23-yards. His best year was in 2001 with Tampa Bay, when he averaged almost 29 yards per kickoff return. The Packers also tried out former Dallas Cowboys’ linebacker Steve Octavien, who had eight tackles in 16 games during two seasons. The others who reportedly had try-outs were linebackers Lee Robinson, Dominic Douglas, Mike Rivera, and Cardia Jackson – and defensive back Michael Greco. Also, the Packers dropped linebacker Johnny Robinson from their practice squad. Today, the Packers will start practicing for their Sunday contest against Miami at Lambeau Field.