There are many similarities between the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers, including how they build their teams. The Steelers are just a little better at that aspect.
Need more fuel for the fire? Here’s another instance of an agent not taking the Green Bay Packers seriously, plus the folly of this week’s events.
Not only do the Green Bay Packers not participate in free agency, but they no longer do their due diligence either. Linebacker Danny Trevathan demonstrates that.
Justin Perillo will return to the Green Bay Packers in 2016. The Packers tendered the exclusive rights free agent to solidify the tight end position. Right?
Ladarius Green should have been on Ted Thompson’s radar, but the Japs should have been on Pearl Harbor’s radar too. Green is gone to Pittsburgh.
It only took the first couple hours of free agency for Packers fans to find out if Matt Forte would be coming to town. NO. Neither will Danny Trevathan.
Agents around the NFL don’t give the Green Bay Packers a second thought when it comes to free agency. That puts the Packers at a disadvantage.
How would you like to see Chicago Bears tight end Martellus Bennett lining up with the Green Bay Packers? Rumor has it, that’s a possibility.
The Green Bay Packers are now formally interested in free agent running back Matt Forte. What does that mean? We’ll tell you exactly what it means.
Leave it to the Indianapolis Colts to do something stupid that affects everyone else. Their ludicrous deal with Dwayne Allen just changed the tight end market.