With the 2015 season in the books, we took a look back at the Green Bay Packers’ 2015 offseason moves. How did those work out? Good, for the most part.
The Green Bay Packers have a new running backs coach and he is Ben Sirmans. Like the Packers’ new tight ends coach, Sirmans can turn garbage into gold.
Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy is actually committed to two things. Taking more of your money and Ted Thompson. Maintain that status quo!
It was rather enlightening that receiver Jeff Janis mentioned that he hardly got any practice reps all season, before he left town. Typical of the Packers.
The Green Bay Packers moved Datone Jones to outside linebacker midseason and he was good at it, but they refused to play him. That needs to change in 2016.
Kicker Mason Crosby wants to return to the Green Bay Packers. They surely want him back. It isn’t likely to be that simple though. Here’s the breakdown.
A lot of people favor addressing the NFL’s overtime rules so both teams touch the ball. Not Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy. Not Mr. Status Quo.
The Green Bay Packers might have actually had a plan with this one. They hired former Browns tight ends coach Brian Angelichio to the same position.
Before he was the quarterback of the Green Bay Packers, Aaron Rodgers was a funny-looking little dude that was good at shooting free throws. Just look.
The Green Bay Packers had one of the best pass defenses in the NFL in 2015, thanks no small part to their secondary. The guys who coached that are being recognized.