Posts tagged Mike Sherman
The last time the Green Bay Packers picked cornerbacks in rounds one and two of the draft, those guys didn’t get along too well. Here’s when Ahmad Carroll beat up Joey Thomas.
Former Packers coach and GM, Mike Sherman returns to Green Bay today to be the keynote speaker at a conference held on the St. Norbert campus in De Pere.
The Green Bay Packers have had 15 coaches in their long history. Here’s how we rank the Green Bay Packers coaches from No. 15 to No. 1. No surprise at the top.
Former Green Bay Packers coach Mike Sherman thinks a reunion between Brett Favre and the organization is inevitable.
Mike Sherman used to coach the Green Bay Packers. It’s possible he got the shaft by Ted Thompson, but he definitely got the shaft today, when he was canned by Texas A&M over the phone… while going to see a recruit.
National Football Post founder and former Green Bay Packers vice president Andrew Brandt has written a few posts about free agency in the NFL, recently. The short of his message is this: it usually doesn’t work out. One of the exceptions to the rule, however, was the Packers signing of cornerback Charles Woodson. As we […]
Cullen Jenkins has been a pretty solid performer for the Green Bay Packers over the years. He had perhaps his best all-around season for the Packers in 2009 after transitioning full time to defensive end, where he recorded 32 tackles, 4.5 sacks, 3 forced fumbles and his first career interception. In his previous seasons, when […]
2004 wasn’t exactly what you’d call a banner year for the Green Bay Packers in terms of personnel decisions, but I didn’t realize just how bad it was until I saw Football Outsiders’ six years later review of the 2004 NFL Draft. Unlike all the jokers who try to rate a draft class before any […]
The Green Bay Packers would probably rather forget the last time they played the Baltimore Ravens. The two teams have only met three times since the franchise was moved from Cleveland to Baltimore in 1996. Green Bay won the first two, but was drubbed 48-3 by the Ravens in the most recent matchup – a […]
Getting cut – it’s a reality for many veterans with high salary cap numbers this time of year. Yesterday, the New Orleans Saints released cornerback Mike McKenzie, and I must say, it couldn’t have happened to a better guy. McKenzie is 32 and would have had a salary cap number of $4.575 million this year. […]