The Week in Review at Packers Talk Radio Network

Packers Talk Radio Network

This week at Packers Talk Radio Network:

 

Eddie Lacy’s rookie season was capped off by his winning the Offensive Rookie of the Year Award, which John covers right here.

Former Packers safety Nick Collins has again said he wants to play in the NFL again, which is reviewed here.

Ross gives a preview of what the Packers must do this off season.

Jacob takes a close look at one of the Packers key off season decisions-James Jones.

Have the Packers gone from being a potential dynasty to a disappointment? Read this and come to your own conclusion.

Jermichael Finley once again found himself being a topic of discussion after his agent said Finley would love to finish his career in Green Bay.

John thinks Mark Murphy needs to talking about retiring Brett Favre’s number, at least for now.

The “Gravedigger” Gilbert Brown was the focus of the Midweek Movie.

The entire family of shows got together to produce a PTRN Megashow, certain to satisfy your Packers fix.

No Huddle Radio also sat down with Jason Fitzgerald from overthecap.com and discussed the methods of managing the salary cap.

Packers  Talk Radio Network also had a few roster moves this week. Matt Bove and Ian Hanley were added to the PTRN team. Be sure to follow them on Twitter, and keep an eye out for their first contributions.

Don’t forget to stop by AllGBP.com and check out Surviving Sunday: Packers News, Notes and Links for the Football Deprived, certain to help you get through the far too long off season.

Be sure and stop by packerstalk.com for blog posts and podcasts the entire off season. Follow PTRN on Twitter @packerstalknet. Stop by the Packers Talk Radio Network Facebook page, and give it a like today.

 

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John Rehor is a writer at PackersTalk.com.

He can also be heard as one of the Co-Hosts of Cheesehead Radio.

You can follow John on twitter at jrehor or email him at johnrehor@yahoo.com.

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