You’ve seen this before, but people are obviously still quick to want to get run into by A.J. Hawk. Here’s the latest fan who felt the wrath of Hawk.
A.J. Hawk has a new lease on life. The former Green Bay Packers linebacker was signed to a two-year deal by the Cincinnati Bengals on Tuesday.
There appears to be a small market forming for former Green Bay Packers linebacker A.J. Hawk and of course the Minnesota Vikings are part of it. Not even joking.
Oh, good. The Green Bay Packers are keeping the door open for the potential return of inside linebacker A.J. Hawk. We are just overjoyed by this news.
The Green Bay Packers have released linebacker A.J. Hawk and we’re taking a look back at his career. This is the gift and the curse that was A.J. Hawk. Here’s how we’ll remember him.
The Green Bay Packers have finally, mercifully put an end to inside linebacker A.J. Hawk’s tenure. The Packers released Hawk on Wednesday. We’re overjoyed.
A.J. Hawk never used injury as an excuse for his poor play in 2014, but the Green Bay Packers inside linebacker had ankle surgery after the season. Is that the reason for his regression or just a ploy?
Unlike in past years, the Green Bay Packers are in a good position to rid themselves of some underperforming veterans this offseason. So we say so long A.J. Hawk and Brad Jones!
A.J. Hawk sees the writing on the wall. Even though he’s doing his best to focus on the team, he openly admits that his time in Green Bay is likely just about over.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy says inside linebacker A.J. Hawk still has a role on defense, despite evidence to the contrary. What that role is is anyone’s guess.
After last week’s kind of benching, people are wondering what linebacker A.J. Hawk’s role with the Green Bay Packers is. The Packers are not letting on.
A.J. Hawk was a non-factor in the Green Bay Packers’ win over the New England Patriots because he was barely on the field. Now we know why that was the case.
The Green Bay Packers have something awesome in inside linebacker A.J. Hawk. Today we learned that Hawk not only sucks, but would play through injury to keep sucking.
Monday was Hulk Hogan’s birthday and the Green Bay Packers’ Aaron Rodgers and A.J. Hawk were part of his birthday montage. Because, of course.
Some fan asked A.J. Hawk to tackle him while Hawk was playing a round of golf. Naturally, Hawk obliged and surprisingly made the tackle. Here’s the video.
Green Bay Packers linebacker A.J. Hawk took some time out of his busy schedule to fly with the Blue Angels yesterday. The perks of being an NFL player.
It has come to our attention that Green Bay Packers linebacker A.J. Hawk is a minister and performs weddings. That gives us plenty of great ideas.
Greg Jennings is real pleased with his Minnesota Vikings. Well, Green Bay Packers linebacker A.J. Hawk is real happy for you, Greg. Let’s get it on!
A.J. Hawk ain’t so good at math. He thinks his Green Bay Packers teammate Aaron Rodgers is going to get a billion dollars in his new contract. Probably some of the money Hawk had to give up.
The Green Bay Packers have cut A.J. Hawk’s salary cap number. Now Hawk will be able to return to the Packers as a backup instead of an overpaid backup.