There’s the happy couple again. Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was back with Olivia Munn at the MET Gala on Monday evening. Soooo happy!
The rookie with the best chance to start for the Green Bay Packers this season probably isn’t the guy you think. If anyone is going to get the call, we bet on Jake Ryan.
05/05/2015 - 9:03 am
Tags: Green Bay Packers
Posted in defensive line | 9 comments
It was the Green Bay Packers biggest position of weakness before the draft and it’s their biggest position of weakness after the draft. Defensive line.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers took in the Kentucky Derby this year, but without his usual entourage or clingy girlfriend. Man of the people!
James Jones’ tenure as an Oakland Raider didn’t last long. The Raiders are releasing Jones after just one season with the team. Tough offseason for former Packers receivers.
We know how Brett Hundley fits in with the Green Bay Packers in a practical sense — as a backup QB. But how does he feel about that? That’s the real question.
05/03/2015 - 11:46 am
Tags: Adrian Coxson, Alonzo Harris, Andy Phillips, Bernard Blake, Blake Sims, Chris Mallott, Fabbians Ebbele, Green Bay Packers, Jake Silas, James Vaughters, Javess Blue, JD Rousell, Jermauria Rasco, Jimmie Hunt, John Crockett, Josh Bredl, Ladarius Gunter, Larry Pinkard, Lavon Hooks, Malcolm Agnew, Marcus Reed, Matt Rotheram, Mitchell Henry, Raymond Maples, Ricky Collins, Skye PoVey, Tavarus Dantzler
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The Green Bay Packers were aggressive as always in signing undrafted free agents following the draft. Here’s their 2015 class and what we know about them.
With their final sixth-round pick, the Green Bay Packers selected UAB tight end Kennard Backman. The Packers needed the depth, but probably reached.
The Green Bay Packers used their second sixth-round pick to select Louisiana-Lafayette defensive end Christian Ringo, who, apparently, no one has heard of.
The Green Bay Packers selected Oklahoma fullback Aaron Ripkowski in the sixth round of the NFL Draft. This is perfect on so many levels for the Packers.
The Green Bay Packers have their long-term backup quarterback. They traded up to select UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley in the fifth round of the NFL Draft.
The Green Bay Packers did something that makes sense in the NFL Draft for a change. They took Michigan linebacker Jake Ryan in the fourth round. Great value pick.
The Green Bay Packers selected Stanford receiver Ty Montgomery in the third round of the NFL Draft. On the surface, that makes no sense, but this guy is your return man.
The Green Bay Packers are really loading up on cornerbacks. They selected Miami (OH) DB Quinten Rollins in the second round. Here’s what we know about Rollins.
Who still sucks? The Chicago Bears, in case you forgot. This video of Matt Forte arguing with some local TV hack will remind you of that fact. Bear down!
There is seriously something wrong with ESPN analyst Jon Gruden. Sure, he thinks Damarious Randall is a suspect tackler, but what the hell is going on with your face?
The Green Bay Packers have confirmed it. They will make the safety they drafted — Damarious Randall — a cornerback. Here are our concerns about this.
The Green Bay Packers selected Arizona State safety Damarious Randall in the first round of the NFL Draft. While that doesn’t make much sense at first glance, it does on closer inspection.
And away we go! It’s the 2015 NFL Draft and we’re going to tell you what we think as it happens, with out special Green Bay Packers slant. Let’s get it on!
The Green Bay Packers may move out of the first round of the NFL Draft, according to reports. That would be perfectly fine with us because of Ted Thompson’s record.