The Green Bay Packers have finally canned special teams coach Shawn Slocum. His final undoing was likely the debacle in Seattle, which was just one of many miscues in a career full of them.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy didn't come out and say he's going to fire special teams coach Shawn Slocum, but he didn't give him a vote of confidence either.
Green Bay Packers special teams coach Shawn Slocum is going to be remembered for a long time around these parts. He truly is a special, special talent. Here's the latest chapter in his legendary run.
How bad were the Green Bay Packers special teams in 2014? They were the worst according to the Dallas Morning News' special teams rankings. We are not surprised.
Year after year, the Green Bay Packers are bad on special teams. The one constant is special teams coach Shawn Slocum. Well, he may FINALLY be on his way out.
With some time to reflect, here are five more thoughts on the Green Bay Packers NFC Championship loss to the Seattle Seahawks, including who's really to blame.
The Green Bay Packers just had their seventh kick blocked this season and special teams coach Shawn Slocum is really frustrated. Certainly, that will do a lot of good.
Finally, the Green Bay Packers special teams is ready to turn the corner. That's because the mastermind that is Shawn Slocum has it all figured out.
The Green Bay Packers really blew it in Buffalo. Their loss to the Bills, which we're not going to call an upset, has some big picture ramifications. Here are five more thoughts on the game. ...
The Green Bay Packers stomped the Philadelphia Eagles 53-20. Here are five more thoughts, including one very impressive stat and two big improvements.
Bad news for those of you who'd like to see Dom Capers or any of the Green Bay Packers other coaches gone. Mike McCarthy says he isn't shaking things up.
The Packers haven't been able to get anything going in the return game this season, but that's not the fault of Jeremy Ross, according to Shawn Slocum.
The Green Bay Packers are no longer at the bottom of the special teams barrel. That unit is ranked 12th in Rick Gosselin's annual special team rankings, despite employing Mason Crosby.
The version of the Green Bay Packers we like showed up on Sunday and subsequently ran over the St. Louis Rams, 30-20. Here's how it went down.
Even though he's expected to take on a larger role on offense, Randall Cobb will remain the Green Bay Packers primary return man.
Just when you thought Aaron Rodgers couldn’t get any better, he puts on a performance like he did Sunday that just blows your mind. Two rushing touchdowns. Four TD passes. More than 400 yards ...