Eliot Wolf leaves for greener pastures

I figured the writing was on the wall that Eliot Wolf’s days were numbered in Green Bay as soon as Brian Gutekunst was selected from within the Packers’ organization to succeed Ted Thompson as the team’s general manager. This was only solidified more when Russ Ball was subsequently named the executive vice president and director […]

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Packers’ Van Pelt Among the Fired

The firings continue at Lambeau Field, and now it’s the offensive side of things that is getting the pink slips. Along with longtime coach Edgar Bennett, it appears that quarterbacks coach Alex Van Pelt is among those that were let go yesterday. This means Aaron Rodgers will be working with yet again another quarterback whisperer. […]

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Packers head to Dallas with empty secondary

Okay, perhaps empty is a bit of a stretch. The safeties are all present. Expect Ha Ha Clinton-Dix and Micah Hyde to be bringing their A game as the Packers head into Dallas this weekend to face long-time rivals (yes, this dates back decades now) Dallas Cowboys and their megalomaniac supreme leader general manager Jerry Jones. But […]

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Packers’ Hundley Needs To Prepare for the Worst

We’ve been down this road before. It seems that Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has been nursing one injury or another the past few seasons. It was hard to miss his very noticeable limp after he tweaked his left hamstring a few weeks back. Then to add insult to injury, it appears that he injured his […]

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Packers need to build momentum

Hey, would you look at that. The Packers won. Not only did they win, they didn’t get in their own way most of the time. I’ll be honest. I fully expected them to lose this past Monday in Philadelphia. Instead, rumors of their demise is greatly exaggerated. While one win does not a winning streak […]

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