With the NFL Draft just over a month away, we start our draft series for 2015 by analyzing the stats and determining which areas the Packers need to improve.
Green Bay appears serious about bringing the NFL Draft to town and it looks like the Green Bay Packers are as well. They’ve already contacted the league.
The NFL Draft will not be held at Radio City Music Hall in 2015. Three cities are currently in play for the event, which looks like it will expand once again.
The NFL is talking about moving the NFL Draft from New York City again and Green Bay mayor Jim Schmitt wants you to know he’s all over it.
The NFL Draft is finally here, so we’re looking back at Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson’s best picks, hoping he can do better this year.
Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson is a master of the NFL Draft, right? Well, let’s take a look and see where he’s done is best work.
Mock drafts are completely inaccurate predictions of people who like to pretend their experts but aren’t. Now who wants to do a mock draft? Yes, you.
The 2014 NFL Draft is (finally) only a few weeks away. That means it’s time for draft prep. Here’s a look at how the Green Bay Packers have fared in the first round in recent years.
You want something NFL-related to do in May? You’re going to get it. The league is moving the NFL Draft from April to May. So now you’ll have nothing to do in April.
Who attends the NFL Draft? People like this, who think their team could draft Curvin Johnson, Calvin’s younger brother. Here’s video of the hilarity.
How could someone possibly choose the Green Bay Packers top 10 drafts? It was easier than you think. Here they are from 10 to 1 with a couple honorable mentions.
Yeah, we’re getting drunk and live blogging the NFL draft again. If you’re looking for boring-ass coverage by some dimwit journalist, go elsewhere. If you’re looking for awesome awesomeness, then you’ll want to stay here.
We’ve got specially restored historical photos that show you what really goes on in the Green Bay Packers draft room. Join all your favorite characters to relive the glory!
Yeah, although we have 20 better things we could be doing, we’re going to sit here and give you commentary, as only Total Packers can, on the first round of the 2011 NFL Draft. Check in, refresh, masturbate, leave comments or go blather about stuff in our forum. The latest info will be at the […]
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell didn’t come right out and say it, but he gave a strong indication there will be no Super Bowl coming to Green Bay unless the city undergoes a dramatic growth spurt and/or transformation. “It’s not about weather as much as it is infrastructure,” Goodell said at the Packers annual shareholders meeting. […]
The NFL is considering moving the NFL Draft next year. The league’s deal with Radio City Music Hall, which has hosted the draft for the past two years, is up. The owners of Los Angeles’ Nokia Theater, which sits across from the Staples Center, seem to be leading the push. The NFL is clearly open […]
It’s no secret that we have no love for ESPN and their so-called brand of “journalism” here at Total Packers. That is, with the exception of Erin Andrews, Rachel Nichols and Hannah Storm, who are some hot fucking broads whose lips may or may not be moving. And yeah, I know Hannah Storm is in […]
The NFL Draft is finally here, or at least it will be tonight. We’ve previously discussed the possibility of the Green Bay Packers moving up in the first round and looked at the players the team might target. The National Football Post’s Michael Lombardi says the specific player the Packers have their eye on is […]
The Green Bay Packers are certainly in the market for tackles this offseason. Both 2009 starters, Chad Clifton and Mark Tauscher, are free agents. While the Packers may re-sign them simply because they don’t want to rely on two young and unproven tackles, both are at the end of the road and need to be […]
Sure, the NFL Draft isn’t until April 22, but it’s never to early to begin speculating about it, especially since we now know the Green Bay Packers will pick 23rd in the first round. ESPN released their Draft Watch for pick 23 earlier this week. It contains two lists – the first from Scouts Inc. […]