Posts tagged Sam Barrington
Unlike some people we all know, linebacker Sam Barrington is being productive during his time away from the Green Bay Packers. He’ll box your ass, fool!
Regardless of who you draft, the draft and develop philosophy only works if guys actually develop into impact players. This is who the Packers expect more from in 2015…
Although he’s only started seven games, inside linebacker Sam Barrington says the Green Bay Packers defense is his defense. True, unless he gets replaced.
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.
Taking down the New England Patriots. That’s what the Green Bay Packers did on Sunday. We’ve got 10 quick thoughts on the epic win, including a surprise player of the game.
The Green Bay Packers have a problem at inside linebacker that they appear to have created themselves. So, Sam Barrington and Jamari Lattimore will stay in their rotation.
Here are five more thoughts on the New Orleans Saints 44-23 throttling of the Green Bay Packers, including kudos for Eddie Lacy and the return of Buffoon.
In a surprise move, the Green Bay Packers started Sam Barrington at inside linebacker last week. Don’t be surprised if that happens again. Dom Capers says Barrington is in the rotation.
Brad Jones is a problem for the Green Bay Packers. Are they going to do anything about that problem? Dom Capers gives us a glimmer of hope.
The NFL has expanded the practice squad from eight to 10 players and made more guys eligible, which is good news for some Green Bay Packers. Here’s who.
The Green Bay Packers have plenty of holes to fill for the 2014 season and they’re going to need some young guys to step into starting roles. Here are seven who could.
Tight end Jermichael Finley and inside linebacker Sam Barrington’s seasons are over, but the Green Bay Packers will have tackle Derek Sherrod. And just in time.
The Green Bay Packers appear to be paying less attention to guy’s off the field issues these days. That’s probably a necessity for a team trying to close the talent gap.
The Green Bay Packers selected some guys in the sixth and seventh-rounds yesterday, but we were too tired of looking at Mel Kiper to care. Here’s the wrap.