Posts tagged John Kuhn
John Kuhn is hurt at the moment. If he can’t go on Sunday, tight end Andrew Quarless will be the Green Bay Packers fullback leading the way for James Starks.
Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews has a new Chunky Soup commercial and we’ve got the video for you right here. Also featuring John Kuhn!
It seems pretty clear. The Green Bay Packers will open the season with Eddie Lacy as their No. 1 back and DuJuan Harris as No. 2. But what of the rest?
The Green Bay Packers opened voluntary offseason workouts on Monday. What did we learn? Offensive lineman Don Barclay is still the fattest guy on the team.
Want to know exactly where the Green Bay Packers stand with their 2013 salary cap and how they might create more room? You won’t find more comprehensive analysis than this.
The NFL’s All-Pro teams were released today and there were no Green Bay Packers on the first team. However, both quarterback Aaron Rodgers and linebacker Clay Matthews made the second team. Peyton Manning beat out Rodgers for first-team honors at quarterback and Von Miller and Aldon Smith beat out Matthews at outside linebacker. Miller had […]
The signs were all there, but offensive coordinator Tom Clements’ comments seem to make it official — the Green Bay Packers running-back-by-committee approach is gone.
Here’s the video of Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers getting a towel full of shaving cream jammed in his face.
The Green Bay Packers are still dealing with injuries suffered by players during the 2011 season. Here’s who’s ailing, what’s wrong with them and when they’ll be back.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is the No. 1 player in the NFL Network’s Top 100. In all, six Packers made the list, which is voted on by NFL players.
The Green Bay Packers have seven Pro Bowlers on the NFC roster. Here’s who made it, what we think of it, who didn’t deserve to go and who may have gotten the snub.
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.
Once the new collective bargaining agreement is finished, the salary cap will return to the NFL and 2011’s cap will be lower than 2009’s. The cap is projected to be as high as $121 million, but could be as low as $117 million. The 2009 cap was $122 million. If the 2011 cap is $120 […]
Now that we know who the Green Bay Packers unrestricted free agents will be, we can tell you who’s likely to be back and who isn’t. For several players, the writing is on the wall — they’ve played their last game with the Packers. Here’s a look at who’s likely coming back and who’s likely […]
A new collective bargaining agreement could be coming soon, which means the godforsaken lockout, court cases and he said/she said bullshit that has been this NFL offseason might finally be over. Commissioner Roger Goodell presented the details of the proposed labor agreement to the owners on Tuesday. Although no vote was taken, the details make […]
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.
Twelve members of the world champion Green Bay Packers were on hand for the Milwaukee Brewers home opener Monday afternoon to throw out the first pitch… er, pitches. I’m only kidding about the Brewers signing anyone, but hell, none of the Packers have anything to do during the damn lockout and the Brewers supposedly vaunted […]
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.