Pack to the Future #45: Special Guest Johnathan Franklin

Brian and Jon had the chance to talk with former Packers running back Johnathan Franklin. Johnathan filled us in on what he’s been doing in his post-playing days, which Packers he keeps in touch with, and speaks on his ongoing relationship with Packers President Mark Murphy. He also takes us through his journey to Green Bay, […]

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Packers 2013, 2014 Draft Classes Making Up for Past Mistakes

Randall Cobb.  Davon House.  Nick Perry.  Casey Hayward.  Mike Daniels.  That’s it, folks.  That’s the full list of players left on the Green Bay Packers roster from the 2011 and 2012 drafts.  Of the 18 players that Ted Thompson selected (players you would hope are just sliding in to the prime of their careers) five […]

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Packers And Neck Injuries

The Green Bay Packers are in the business of winning football games just like any other NFL team, but have proven that they care about their players as people too. The Packers have had an absurd amount of neck injuries in recent seasons to Nick Collins, Sean Richardson, Jermichael Finley, Johnny Jolly and Johnathan Franklin. […]

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Power Ranking the Packers’ Running Backs

The Packers are known for their powerful passing attack, and rightfully so, they have been a top 10 passing offense every year with Aaron Rodgers under center. But in 2013, the Packers had a top 10 rushing attack for the first time since 2004. The Packers have a workhorse running back in Eddie Lacy, but […]

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Packers Top 5 Position Groups

Ted Thompson has assembled another very talented and deep Green Bay Packers team. There are a few weaknesses, but no team is perfect. Here are my rankings of their top 5 position groups: 1. Quarterback This needs little explanation. Aaron Rodgers is arguably the best quarterback in the NFL and is at the peak of […]

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The Packers are as Deep as They Have Ever Been at Running Back

What a difference a year makes.  At the end of the 2012 season, there were a lot of questions surrounding the Packers’ backfield. James Starks, who was a key part of the Packers’ 2010 Super Bowl run, was only able to start 2 games due to injuries, and always seemed to be battling some sort […]

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Starks Solidifies Running Back Group

The Green Bay Packers have transformed their running back position from a big weakness to a huge strength in about a year. If somebody would have said at this time last year that the Packers would have one of the best running back groups in the NFL you would have thought that they were crazy. […]

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