Posts tagged Richard Rodgers
With the 2015 Packer Draft approaching, in our continuing draft series, we rank all the positions on the team in order of draft priority. Here we go.
The Green Bay Packers, either through player losses, inactivity or just having bad players, have developed four holes on their team. Here are the positions that need improvement.
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.
Here are five quick thoughts on the Green Bay Packers’ season-ending win over the Detroit Lions, including the emergence of DickRodge and more buffoonery.
They’ll write about this one in the history books, son. It’s Aaron Rodgers to Richard Rodgers with the longest one-yard touchdown ever. Still only one yard!
Well, that was a barn burner! The Green Bay Packers escaped the Miami Dolphins with a 27-24 win. Here are five more thoughts to put the game in perspective.
Green Bay Packers 38, Chicago Bears 17. Andrew Chitko’s 10 quick hits from the game, including loads of praise for Matt Forte, Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb.
Five more thoughts on the Green Bay Packers 38-17 win over the Chicago Bears, including awful officiating and the no shows by the defensive “playmakers.”
Green Bay Packers tight end Richard Rodgers got benched last Sunday. Well, according to probably everyone but him anyway. He’s a little defensive.
Today, the blame game for the Green Bay Packers’ woes focuses on the tight ends, who all suck. Or are they just not being used right? Hmmmm…
The tight end competition appears to be the most wide open competition for the Green Bay Packers entering training camp. We take a look at the suspects for the starting job.
The Green Bay Packers wrapped up the contracts for their draft class on Thursday, signing second-rounder Davante Adams and third-rounder Richard Rodgers.
Green Bay Packers rookie tight end Richard Rodgers is this year’s OTA darling, joining a distinguished list that includes Brandon Underwood and Lane Taylor.
Neither you nor the Green Bay Packers should expect much from tight end Richard Rodgers this season. He’s inexperienced as a blocker and history says he won’t play because of that.
The Green Bay Packers took Cal tight end Richard Rodgers with their second third-round pick. Reminds us a little of when they took Jermichael Finley.