Green Bay Packers fullback John Kuhn really can do it all. Kuhn delivered the first pitch for the Green Bay Bullfrogs on Tuesday night. Strike!
Fullback John Kuhn is going to get what will probably be his last go-round with the Green Bay Packers. Kuhn signed a one-year deal to return to Green Bay.
We know you’re gonna be excited about this one. Fullback John Kuhn is in the Green Bay Packers’ plans for 2015, which means you’ll be able to yell Kuuuuuuhn! for at least one more year.
The Green Bay Packers have re-signed fullback John Kuhn for one more year. A wise move by general manager Ted Thompson. Kuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuhn!
Fullback John Kuhn is joining the long list of Green Bay Packers who will be allowed to test free agency. Kuhn and the Packers broke off negotiations today.
Green Bay Packers fullback John Kuhn scored early in the fourth quarter on Sunday. What followed can only be described as a total fail on his part.
Martina McBride played a show in Green Bay on Thursday night and Green Bay Packers fullback John Kuhn was there because, well… why in the hell not?
The Green Bay Packers went on a frenzy of signing players over the weekend. They inked all of their draft picks, receiver James Jones, fullback John Kuhn, receiver Brett Swain and tight end Spencer Havner. Here are the details and how the moves impact the team.
The NFL Draft changes the face of every team’s roster and the Green Bay Packers are no exception, even though they’re the reigning Super Bowl champs. Several veterans will go into training camp to fight for a roster spot, while others will simply be let go during free agency. Here’s a look at which players […]
If there’s one thing we know about Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson, it’s that he loves his fullbacks. Even though the Packers use more four- and five-wide receiver sets than anyone in the NFL, a time the fullback isn’t typically on the field, the Packers have carried three fullbacks on their roster since they drafted Quinn Johnson in the fifth round of the 2009 NFL Draft.
John Kuhn isn’t doing himself any favors. Over the weekend, the pending free agent said he expects to return to the Green Bay Packers next season. Either Kuhn doesn’t expect they’ll be much of a market for his services or he doesn’t want to play anywhere else, which severely diminishes his chance of signing a big-money contract in free agency.
The Green Bay Packers are made some strange moves on Wednesday, when they tendered free-agents-to-be guard Daryn Colledge, kicker Mason Crosby and fullback John Kuhn.
Colledge and Crosby received second-round tenders and Kuhn received the lowest tender.
Here’s why all none of this makes any sense.
The Green Bay Packers appear to be willing to let fullback John Kuhn test the market in free agency.
Kuhn’s agent says the Packers haven’t been in touch about a new contract and Kuhn could be an attractive option to a team looking for a lead blocker and power runner.
The Green Bay Packers got to control the world for a minute.
At least that was Charles Woodson’s assessment of what it meant to ring the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange, which Woodson, teammates John Kuhn, Ryan Grant and Packers president Mark Murphy did, yesterday.
Lost in the malaise surrounding the Green Bay Packers’ injury report last week was this nugget — pretty much everyone in the organization is pissed general manager Ted Thompson failed to acquire running back Marshawn Lynch from the Buffalo Bills. Lynch was traded to the Seattle Seahawks for a fourth-round pick in 2011 and a […]