Packers Free Agency: 5 Moves to Make

Ted Thompson surprised a lot of Green Bay Packers fans with his aggressive move to sign Tight End Martellus Bennett, and followed it up with a very solid signing of Lance Kendricks. The Packers still have some money to spend in free agency, and there are some moves that could help shore the team up […]

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Why the Packers Must Re-Sign Nick Perry

In 2016, the struggle of the Green Bay Packers’ defensive secondary illustrated the importance of solid veteran players to the success of an NFL team. After Sam Shields went down with a season-ending injury, the Packers were left with a smattering of young, inexperienced cornerbacks. Those young players could not alone carry the weight of […]

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Five Green Bay Packers Primed to Break Out in 2016

The Green Bay Packers will enter the 2016 season with high expectations and a roster full of talent that is capable of winning another championship. Players like Aaron Rodgers, Clay Matthews and Jordy Nelson have previously demonstrated that they are among the best in the league at their respective positions. Others, such as Eddie Lacy, […]

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2017 Packers Free Agents: Who Will Stay and Who Will Go?

With news that the Green Bay Packers are about $9 million under the salary cap for the 2016 season after signing all of their draft picks, we can begin looking at how that money will be used. Most, if not all, of it will go toward re-signing the long list of players ready to hit the […]

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Door now open for new-look Datone Jones

The Green Bay Packers declined the fifth-year option on 2013 first-round pick Datone Jones’ rookie contract this offseason, making him a free agent at the conclusion of the upcoming 2016 season. Jones is in the midst of a position switch, of sorts, with the expectation being that he will be a full time elephant pass rusher […]

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Dean Lowry Could Contribute Immediately on Defensive Line

The 2015 Green Bay Packers ranked 19th in the league in rushing defense, giving up 112.7 rushing yards per game. That was an improvement on their 2014 numbers (125.4 rushing yards per game) but it’s certainly an aspect of the defensive game that the Packers will attempt to further refine in 2016. Enter Dean Lowry, […]

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Packers D Scheme Versatile for the Future

This is not a #FireCapers article.  I want to make that clear.  The Packers were 9th in defensive DVOA in 2015.  I promise you that should have been good enough.  The Packers had the #1 offensive DVOA in 2014 and were supposed to return all 11 starters.  That obviously went a different direction when they […]

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