Randall Cobb's future with the Green Bay Packers doesn't look cloudy. It looks nonexistent. Here are the three strikes against Cobb and why the Packers will move on.
It's hard to put a loss on one player, but the Green Bay Packers' loss to the Los Angeles Rams can no doubt largely go to a dumbass move by Ty Montgomery.
It's fun to watch teams and franchises implode. Enter the Oakland Raiders and Jon Gruden, the most dysfunctional operation in the NFL. Here's where the Packers can pick their bones.
The Green Bay Packers have a problem at safety in that they don't have an actual free safety. That makes their handling of the Damarious Randall situation look even worse.
Green Bay Packers receiver Equanimeous St. Brown probably had a more interesting upbringing than you did. And we're probably understating things.
Is it possible that the Green Bay Packers could bring back Jake Kumerow from injured reserve? It is, although history tells us that probably isn't happening.
The Green Bay Packers have some issues, as indicated by their win over the San Francisco 49ers. However, they have a budding star in Davante Adams.
The Green Bay Packers didn't give us anything to get real excited about against the San Francisco 49ers. Aaron Rodgers showed us he ain't going out like no chump, though.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will go up against an old foe against San Francisco 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman this week. Old gray mare.
Are the Green Bay Packers willing to make some changes on defense? If they are, they should start at the safety position. They have two viable options and may be ready.
Green Bay Packers great Jim Taylor has passed away. Let's remember some awesome things about Taylor, who was a man among boys.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy on the hot seat? But he's a highly-successful football coach! Things may be changing. There's evidence of forward-thinking. Just not by the coach.
The Green Bay Packers try to throw the football more than any team but two. Seems like a sound strategy with a quarterback on a bum knee, huh?
A year ago, the Green Bay Packers took safety Josh Jones in the second round of the draft. They touted him all offseason. Now, he seems to have no role at all.