So, the Green Bay Packers scraped out a one-point win over a three-win team on Sunday. The Atlanta Falcons… Fuck it. It’s a win and we haven’t had one of those in a while. Am ...
Hey, what was Green Bay Packers defensive end Johnny Jolly doing on his days off? Well, for starters, he was putting on some pink pants with his old lady.
Johnny Jolly is pretty happy about making the Packers roster, but you probably won't be hearing from him about it. Jolly is trying to stay under the radar.
Johnny Jolly is a new man. The Green Bay Packers defensive lineman is back and he's thankful for a second chance. Now we'll see if he can make the roster.
Well, it only took three years, a prison term and some rehab, but our main man Johnny Jolly is back with the Green Bay Packers. Huzzah!
The Green Bay Packers are back to it. Here's what we've learned from this week's version of OTAs, including who's impressing and who's standing around.
Who's doing what, who's back from injury and who's a no-show for the Green Bay Packers at OTAs? We've got those answers and more right here.
Mike McCarthy is mixing things up at OTAs and the Green Bay Packers are responding by getting physical and competing. That seems like a good thing.
The Green Bay Packers are exploring a relationship with recently reinstated defensive end Johnny Jolly, but they're taking things slowly, like a jilted woman.
A bunch of guys got overpaid on the first day of free agency, but we could give two shits about most of them. Here's the free agency wrap up as it pertains to the Green ...
Johnny Jolly and his Purple Drank are back in the NFL and will surely solve all the Green Bay Packers problems on the defensive line. Right? A quick recap of the madness and the options.
They'll never be champions on the field, but at least the Minnesota Vikings can lay claim to being the best at one thing -- getting arrested. The Vikings lead the league in that category and ...
Guess who's back. Well, he's not back yet, but former Green Bay Packers defensive end Johnny Jolly has applied for reinstatement. Here's what he has to say and our analysis of his chances of returning ...
Former Green Bay Packers defensive lineman Johnny Jolly was released today after serving six months of a six-year sentence for codeine possession.
Former Green Bay Packers defensive end Johnny Jolly talked to a local Houston station from prison about his addiction to purple drank. Here's the video.
Former Green Bay Packers defensive end Johnny Jolly sealed his fate with his third drug arrest. Today, he ran out of chances and he learned his punishment.