Over the years, a number of Green Bay Packers have been singled out as guys who were "making the jump." They turned out to be mostly garbage. Here's a brief history.
If the Green Bay Packers tight ends actually become serviceable in 2016, that will likely be because of coach Brian Angelichio. He's not accepting excuses.
Even though the Green Bay Packers essentially brought in Jared Cook to take Richard Rodgers' job, Rodgers is cool with that. Probably to be expected...
To think that Davante Adams and Richard Rodgers are suddenly going to get significantly better in their third season is ludicrous, but that's what Mike McCarthy is selling.
A lot of draftniks are connecting the Green Bay Packers with Arkansas tight end Hunter Henry and for good reason. There are plenty of problems with that scenario, though.
Green Bay Packers tight ends coach Brian Angelichio is clearly not blown away with the players he's inheriting. It's pretty obvious what he thinks of Richard Rodgers.
Before we look ahead, we're going to take one last look back at the Green Bay Packers' 2015 season. These are the failures that cost the Packers another shot.
Not surprisingly, the Aaron Rodgers to Richard Rodgers Hail Mary in Detroit won the 2015 NFL play of the year award Saturday night at the NFL Honors.
The Green Bay Packers shut down the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday. Here are five more thoughts on the game, including the formula for success.
You've probably heard that Richard Rodgers' father played a key role on what has become known as The Play. What role was that? We'll show you.
Here's video of Richard Rodgers leaving Ford Field on a golf cart. The conversation in the background is much more interesting, however. Anyone know a good bar?
Richard Rodgers wasn't the intended target on the Green Bay Packers' Hail Mary. That's actually comical for two reasons. We'll tell you all about them.
Richard Rodgers is suddenly a great tight end after almost single-handedly beating the Detroit Lions. Except, wait a minute. No, he isn't. Here's the breakdown.
The Green Bay Packers were beaten by the Detroit Lions for, well... 60 minutes. They needed just one final miracle play to pull out a win. And that's what they did.
Our distaste for Richard Rodgers, AKA DickRodge, is well-documented. The guy is pretty simply, awful. We’ve made much of the fact that he’s somehow only averaging 7.3 yards per catch this season. If you take ...
What is that smell? Why, it's the rotting carcass of the Green Bay Packers. Here are five more thoughts on the Packers' loss to the Bears, including a solution.