Green Bay Packers cornerback Damarious Randall played the injury card for his terrible 2016 season. Now, he insists he's going to rebound. That would be great for the Packers.
The guys who open OTAs with the starting units typically also open training camp there for the Green Bay Packers. So who's got a leg up in the secondary?
It appears part of Quinten Rollins' poor 2016 performance can be blamed on a lingering injury. But that's the thing, he can blame himself for the rest.
The battle for starting spots among the Green Bay Packers' cornerbacks will be the most interesting to watch in training camp. We're calling the battle.
Not everyone expected Green Bay Packers cornerback Damarious Randall to be a star. Some scouts saw what was to come in 2016. The Packers must hope he turns it around.
The Green Bay Packers' biggest need hasn't been addressed -- cornerback. There are really only three ways this can pan out and here they are.
With two exceptions, Green Bay Packers' general manager Ted Thompson's first-round picks have fared rather poorly. Why? He drafts the wrong positions.
Is he cracking under the pressure, much like he did on the football field in 2016? Damarious Randall is most definitely feeling the negativity.
Green Bay Packers cornerback Damarious Randall appears aware that people are talking about him. He should be worried about changing the narrative.
The Green Bay Packers are looking to upgrade their cornerback situation this offseason. Either that, or they're sending a message to their underachievers.
Two years ago the Green Bay Packers used their first two draft picks on cornerbacks. The first of those, Damarious Randall, appears to be a failed experiment.
The Green Bay Packers' win over the Dallas Cowboys featured an inaccurate Aaron Rodgers, a ballin' Jared Cook and some really terrible cornerback play.
The Green Bay Packers got two playmakers back this past week who had been dealing with a variety of injuries and just in time. Welcome back the Randalls!
The Green Bay Packers' fortunes just might boil down to their secondary. The secondary's fortunes probably boil down to Damarious Randall, who is finally feeling well.
The Green Bay Packers' cornerbacks have been garbage for most of the season. It seems we now know that's because they were using the wrong combinations.
Five key developments from the Green Bay Packers' 38-13 win over the New York Giants, including three defenders who deserve some acknowledgement.
Damarious Randall has been bad this season. He's also been injured and now he's supposedly injured again. Could that possibly be the excuse for his play?
The Detroit Lions torched the Green Bay Packers' pass defense the first time around. There's reason to think things might be different the second time.
Here are five more items worth discussing from the Green Bay Packers' 38-25 win over the Minnesota Vikings. What a glorious Christmas gift!
The Green Bay Packers have their cleanest injury report in a while for their matchup with the Minnesota Vikings. Four are questionable, including Randall Cobb.