GREEN BAY, Wis. (WHBL) - A Brown County sheriff’s deputy has done his part to help the Green Bay Packers. Jason Vogel was checking for speeders yesterday in the suburb of Allouez, when he saw pages from a Packers’ playbook flying out of a recycling truck. Vogel said the pages were scattered for half-a-block – and they were starting to create a hazard, so he picked them up. He was shocked to see specific plays drawn up for the Packers’ special teams. Vogel figured the Pack would want to know what he found – so his supervisor called the team. Packers’ spokesman Aaron Popkey said the coaches were not worried that the material had anything an opponent could use. And Popkey said the coaches didn’t throw the playbook away. He said anything important is normally shredded and then recycled.