The oddsmakers are not nearly as concerned about the loss of Jordy Nelson as you and I are. As far as the fate of the Packers goes, they remain optimistic.
Jordy Nelson blew his ACL during a benign play today and will likely miss the 2015 season. The goals for this season do not change. They just got harder.
The Green Bay Packers meet the Pittsburgh Steelers in the preseason on Sunday. Here are the main storylines heading into that matchup.
The Packers may be forced to play musical chairs along their offensive line once again after an injury to David Bakhtiari has them searching for answers.
Having just gone through a complete rebuild at the inside linebacker position, the Packers face the same at the outside linebacker position next season.
Jake Ryan for defensive rookie of the year? Randall Cobb for most touchdowns? Those are actually things you can bet on. Here are the Green Bay Packers prop bets.
Regardless of who you draft, the draft and develop philosophy only works if guys actually develop into impact players. This is who the Packers expect more from in 2015…
In what has become the norm for the Packers during this regime, they boast a 90 man roster that is the youngest in the league.
Packer Nation will be glad to know that getting to Super Bowl 50 is pretty much a forgone conclusion for the Packers. At this point, why play the games?
An extensive Q & A with Aaron Rodgers was released this weekend. In it, we see a more relaxed and unguarded man who is more comfortable with his stardom.
06/13/2015 - 7:00 am
Tags: 2015 draft, Aaron Ripkowski, Brett Hundley, Christian Ringo, Damarious Randall, Green Bay Packers, Jake Ryan, Kennard Backman, Quentin Rollins, rookies, Ty Montgomery
Posted in OTAs, Packers Offseason | 2 comments
With OTAs coming to a close today, we’ll take a look at how the rookies have fared so far. Roster spots aren’t won in OTAs, but it doesn’t hurt to get off to a good start.
The Jordy Nelson Charity Softball Game is this Sunday and will feature nearly half of the Packers’ roster, including Aaron Rodgers and Clay Matthews.
The Packers 2015 OTAs wrap up today. Jeff Janis has taken full advantage of this offseason so far, while Casey Hayward has seen his likelihood of being a starter diminish.
Matt Flynn has signed with the New England Patriots and will now have the chance to be Tom Brady’s back up. With Brady facing a suspension to start the season, Flynn could even get a start.
Under Ted Thompson, the Packers have gained a reputation as the prime destination for undrafted rookies. This has led to a nice advantage for the Packers.
The Packers’ Rookie Orientation Camp has begun. I have waded through the camp reports and interviews to tell you who has made the best first impression.
The 2015 Packer offseason program started today as the majority of the Packer starters reunited for strength and conditioning workouts. Time to go to work.
The 2015 NFL Draft is now 11 days away. We shift our attention to Round 2 of the draft by first taking a look at Ted Thompson’s past success in this round.
04/19/2015 - 12:19 pm
Tags: Andrew Quarless, Antonio Freeman, Bill Schroeder, Casey Hayward, Dave Robinson, Gilbert Brown, Green Bay Packers, Jerry Kramer, Micah Hyde, Tailgate Tour
Posted in Green Bay Packers, Tailgate Tour | 4 comments
The 10th annual Packer Tailgate Tour rolled to a stop this morning. Let’s take a moment to mention some of the good things these guys did along the way.
With the NFL Draft just 12 days away, we’ll finish our focus on the Round 1 by looking at the players that everyone else is saying the Packers will take.