As I write early on Wednesday afternoon, some names familiar to Packers fans are nervously waiting for the phone to ring. At quarterback, the scuttlebutt is that the Cardinals are offering Brett Hundley a 1-year ...
Anxious NFL fans have spent the five-plus weeks since the Super Bowl feeding their habits on anything they can find: news snippets, rumors, gossip, wild speculation. Tomorrow, however, we’ll be experiencing real news and important ...
The Green Bay Packers have mercifully ended cornerback Davon House's season. He's going to IR and the Packers are looking at corners. Maybe not the right ones.
The Green Bay Packers have re-signed cornerback Davon House again. Through sheer numbers, the Packers are going to find a cornerback group that works. House will certainly be in the mix.
The Green Bay Packers are meeting with free agent cornerback Davon House this week. We expect that to result in another reunion. It also makes us wonder, why not Sam Shields?
The Green Bay Packers are interested in bringing cornerback Davon House back. We say add as many cornerbacks as possible and let them fight it out. It opens things up for the draft.
The Green Bay Packers changed things up with their cornerback group in 2017 after a disastrous 2016 season. Did it make any difference? These numbers tell us it did not.
Cornerback Davon House had a chance to sign with the Pittsburgh Steelers for more year and more money, but still chose the Green Bay Packers.
Even though he has a fracture in his spine, Green Bay Packers cornerback Davon House suggested he'll only miss one week. That's slightly crazy.
Green Bay Packers cornerback Davon House has a fractured spine, but it sounds worse than it is. House could still return this season.
Remember last season when the Green Bay Packers ended up having to start Demetri Goodson at cornerback when they were decimated by injuries? Apparently they didn’t learn anything from that. The Packers currently have corners ...
The Green Bay Packers' cornerbacks aren't very good, with one exception. The only guy who isn't afraid of anyone is the rookie, Kevin King. Play him!
The Green Bay Packers' secondary is supposedly much improved this year, but are they? I'm starting to get the feeling that they're no different than 2016.