A year after hearing nothing but crickets in free agency, there’s suddenly a market for defensive tackle B.J. Raji. And this is for a guy who missed all of last year. Amazing.
Randall Cobb turned down more lucrative offers to return to the Green Bay Packers because he’s concerned about winning. He sits in stark contrast to players like Darrelle Revis.
03/10/2015 - 6:48 pm
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It’s all of the NFL free agency news you need to know not involving the Green Bay Packers and what we think about it. Here’s the wrap of day one of this nonsense.
The New Orleans Saints have emerged as the most serious suitor for cornerback Tramon Williams. Williams is visiting the Saints Tuesday night, making the possibility that the Green Bay Packers could lose both their free agent cornerbacks very real.
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.
The Green Bay Packers have tendered three of their restricted or exclusive rights free agents. Those players are Don Barclay, Sean Richardson and Chris Banjo.
The Green Bay Packers have re-signed right tackle Bryan Bulaga to a new, five-year deal. The deal will make him one of — but not the — highest-paid right tackles in the league.
03/10/2015 - 11:40 am
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The Chicago Bears have gone ahead and given the reins to the offense to Jay Cutler for a least one more season. A brilliant move. This is totally the Bears year!
Right tackle Bryan Bulaga will return to the Green Bay Packers, according to a report. No details on a new contract yet, but the signing seems imminent.
The Green Bay Packers have lost cornerback Davon House to the Jacksonville Jaguars. House got what we would consider a ludicrous deal for more than $6 million annually.
Running back DuJuan Harris won’t be carrying for the Green Bay Packers again. The Packers have decided not to tender the exclusive rights free agent.
There appears to be a growing list of teams interested in Bryan Bulaga. The right tackle also has a very high asking price. This situation is going to get out of hand.
The Green Bay Packers have some competition for cornerback Tramon Williams. The Philadelphia Eagles are reportedly joining the pursuit, which also includes Seattle.
There’s a T.J. Lang imposter out there! Some random guy thought he was hanging out with the Green Bay Packers guard over the weekend, until he was informed by Lang he wasn’t.
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.
The Green Bay Packers have re-signed quarterback Scott Tolzien. The move signals that the Packers have decided who their backup quarterback will be for 2015.
The Green Bay Packers paid more than they wanted to keep receiver Randall Cobb, but Cobb had more lucrative offers available to him elsewhere. Proof that winning matters for Cobb.
The Green Bay Packers have taken care of their top free agent, re-signing receiver Randall Cobb to a new four-year deal. The deal makes Cobb the Packers top-paid receiver.
Cornerback Davon House is yet to receive a call from the Green Bay Packers, who obviously prefer to re-sign Tramon Williams. That’s a good sign that House won’t be on the team in 2015.
Percy Harvin is going to be released by the New York Jets. Randall Cobb is going to leave the Green Bay Packers. The solution for all parties seems pretty obvious to us.