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 ...
The Green Bay Packers suddenly look to have a dearth of tackles. Both Bryan Bulaga and Jason Spriggs have new injuries. The backup plan seems clear, though.
The Green Bay Packers demoted tackle Jason Spriggs last week. Why? Spriggs has no idea, but we do. He sucks. This could be Mike McCarthy sending a message.
It's getting harder to see the Green Bay Packers keeping tackle Jason Spriggs around much longer. If you read the tea leaves, things don't look good for Spriggs.
The Green Bay Packers will turn to their third option at right tackle this season, Justin McCray. Jason Spriggs' one-play injury history is phenomenal.
Five more on the Green Bay Packers' 23-0 loss to the Baltimore Ravens. Where has Jordy Nelson gone and who's at fault for the Packers' current tailspin?
The Green Bay Packers tweaked their roster by making three moves on Saturday. The chief among those is putting tackle Bryan Bulaga on injured reserve.
The Green Bay Packers gave Ricky Jean Francois the ax for the second time. They did so to bring back famous Ted Thompson second-round pick Jason Spriggs.
The Green Bay Packers officially re-signed Ricky Jean Francois and that means someone had to go. That someone was backup tackle Jason Spriggs.
It looks like the Green Bay Packers are about as high on Jason Spriggs as we are right now. Kyle Murphy is Bryan Bulaga's replacement at right tackle.
You've heard this story before. Green Bay Packers right tackle Bryan Bulaga is injured. Unfortunately, the team's backup plan doesn't look good.
A couple Green Bay Packers got in a fight at OTAs on Thursday. Who cares, right? Well, who cares unless the NFL wants to punish the Packers for contact.
A look at when draft picks are traded and the trades the Green Bay Packers have made under Ted Thompson in the first three rounds.
The replacement for T.J. Lang at right guard? It won't be Jason Spriggs, who will stay at tackle. That raises the question. What does the future hold for Spriggs?