On Sunday, Jason Wilde, writing for the Wisconsin State Journal, covered a number of topics of interest to Packers fans. When he got to the subject of “standing pat at receiver,” he began in this ...
Did you read my take on how the common thread of the remaining four NFL playoff teams is they are all passing powerhouses? That’s a pretty obvious fact, but now let’s merge it with how ...
Former Green Bay Packers receiver (and Badger great) Jared Abbrederis is calling it a career. He announced his retirement on Twitter.
Former Green Bay Packers receiver Jared Abbrederis wasn't quick to sign with a team when he was released. He had a plan and it now looks like a damn good one.
We truly hope Jared Abbrederis gets a legitimate shot with the Detroit Lions, since the Green Bay Packers didn't give him one. Appears off to a good start.
The Green Bay Packers' receiving corps are depleted for the second playoff run in a row. Do you know who would come in handy right now? Jared Abbrederis.
Former Green Bay Packers receiver Jared Abbrederis finally has a new home and it's with one of the Packers' division rivals. Now he can haunt Mike McCarthy.
The Green Bay Packers have discarded Jared Abbrederis and we know just the landing spot for him. It's a team that has done well with players just like him.
This is probably the only way this could have ended for Jared Abbrederis, since he never got any playing time anyway. The Green Bay Packers have released him.
The Green Bay Packers have placed two more on injured reserve. They are safety Chris Banjo and receiver Jared Abbrederis, neither of whom are injured badly.
Davante Adams is expected to miss time with a concussion. That opens up some chances for the Green Bay Packers forgotten backup receivers.
The Green Bay Packers' passing attack is heading toward a repeat of 2015. In fact, things have been even worse thus far because the speed is on the bench.
The Green Bay Packers have 10 pass catchers on their roster. For some reason, they can only use three or four of them. Who is the reason for that failure?
You'll never guess which Green Bay Packers are hunting during the bye week. Or maybe you will. Nonetheless, we hope they don't kill themselves in the woods.
Has anyone seen Jared Abbrederis lately? The Green Bay Packers certainly haven't. He hasn't been on the field. What does this guy have to do to get some PT?