Julius Peppers ‘appears to be done in Green Bay’

According to Green Bay Packers ESPN Reporter Rob Demovsky, Julius Peppers’ days with the Packers are numbered. In a breakdown article of the Packers’ linebacker situation, Demovsky said Peppers “appears to be done in Green Bay.” With Peppers set to enter his 16th season at 37 years-old and his deal set to expire in a […]

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Packers D Needs Speed: Keanu Reeves Speed

This past weekend during an annual ice fishing trip, the conversation naturally came to the Packers. I made a statement that made us all laugh and want to cry at the same time, with that statement being, “The Packers are SO close to a Super Bowl…All they’re missing is a defense.” When you have an […]

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Why the Packers Won’t Sign Any Offensive Stars in Free Agency

February and March have historically been two of the toughest months to be a Packers fan during the reign of Ted Thompson. Aside from 2011, where many were riding the high of a Super Bowl victory well into the new year, the story is often the same each offseason. Respected veterans leave, stars take off […]

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Ha Ha Clinton-Dix Throws Shade Towards Dom Capers in Instagram Post

The following day of cornerback Sam Shields release, Packers safety Ha Ha Clinton Dix decided paid homage to Shields via Instagram. Shields was the lone veteran corner and only member of the secondary to play in a Pro Bowl until Clinton-Dix earned a spot this year. Clearly displeased with the decision, Clinton-Dix wrote critically of […]

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Two Packers Mainstays Gone, But Not Forgotten

The offseason has already been busy in Green Bay. Two mainstays for the last seven years have been let go: Sam Shields and James Starks. Both cuts have been newsworthy, but not shocking. Starks has struggled to stay on the field throughout his career. Shields has always shown All-Pro potential, but has struggled to stay […]

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Packers’ Top Priority: Retooling a Depleted Defense

The Green Bay Packers are now more than a week removed from a 44-21 loss at the hands of the Atlanta Falcons, a defeat that ended the 2016 season the same way each of the previous five years finished: in disappointment. If 2016 showed anything, it’s that the team cannot rely solely on its MVP […]

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