Posts tagged New York Jets
Charles Woodson hasn’t garnered much interest since the Green Bay Packers cut him. That’s about to change with four teams calling. We handicap the race for Woodson’s services.
Tim Tebow joining the Green Bay Packers might sound like total insanity, but if Tebow wants to have an NFL career he might need someone like Mike McCarthy.
The best cornerback in the game is on the trading block and the Green Bay Packers are interested. Here’s how they’ll land Darrelle Revis in our fantasyland.
The Green Bay Packers lost director of college scouting John Dorsey over the weekend and could lose vice president of football operations Russ Ball. The front office shouldn’t miss a beat though.
Green Bay Packers director of football operations could be the next general manager of the Kansas City Chiefs or New York Jets. The Ted Thompson tree continues to grow.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was named to Forbes most influential athletes list. Here’s where he placed, who else made the list and what it all means. You’ll be surprised.
Even though the Green Bay Packers made a bid for Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow, he was traded to the New York Jets. Or, so we thought. There’s a snag in the trade. Here’s the rundown.
The Green Bay Packers interest in Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow is legitimate, but a trade is unlikely. Here’s the breakdown of why Tebow won’t end up in Green Bay.
The Green Bay Packers are one of several teams who have discussed trading for Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow. Here’s a look at how he’d fit in with the Packers and who else is interested.
Green Bay Packers cornerback Jarrett Bush is drawing considerable interest on the free agent market, making his return to the Packers seem unlikely. Here’s the breakdown, along with who might replace him.
You didn’t know it, but Peyton Manning’s release by the Indianapolis Colts is relevant to the Green Bay Packers. Here’s how, along with the top five potential destinations for the quarterback.
A look around the NFL after seven weeks. Here are the things that made us say what the fuck? We’ll give you the top teams, top players and a few idiots that make the game hard to watch.
A look at what’s going on around the NFL after five weeks, including the surprises, top 10 teams, top five players, who’s #winning and who’s #losing. Feel free to chime in.
A look at the NFL after four weeks, including surprise teams, underachievers, power rankings, who’s #winning and #losing. Check it out and add your thoughts.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers took a shot at New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez, calling his GQ shoot embarrassing. Rodgers is right. Sanchez looks like he’s going to a pride festival.
Although teams can’t begin signing free agents until Friday, this is the second day they could negotiate with them. Several clubs took advantage and reached agreements with players. The Green Bay Packers jumped into the fray by reaching an agreement with Mason Crosby. Here are today’s developments that could impact the Packers’ quest to repeat […]
Teams can’t officially sign free agents until Friday, but that didn’t stop several players from agreeing to contracts. That, plus the Minnesota Vikings pursuit of Donovan McNabb and Nnamdi Asomugha’s first suitor.
We’ve been hemming and hawing about the Green Bay Packers not organizing workouts during the lockout, but we have nothing to worry about when it comes to one player — linebacker Clay Matthews. Last week we got a chance to check out Matthews’ workouts first hand.
After last week’s edition of ESPN’s NFL power rankings, top helmets in the NFL, I half expected this week’s edition to focus on best colors. Of course, they went and pulled something somewhat relevant out — top 10 defensive players. Clay Matthews was the only member of the Green Bay Packers to make the top 10, finishing fifth. Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu was the consensus No. 1.
It’s a good thing the Green Bay Packers squared off against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XLV. Had they faced two-time AFC Championship game losers, the New York Jets, the Lombardi trophy would currently reside in New Jersey. No, I’m serious. Jets coach Rex Ryan said so. And you know he’s not a fat, blathering, idiot who just loves to hear himself talk.