Ranking Every Jay Cutler Interception Against the Packers

During the flurry of signings at the start of free agency, an unsurprising move fell under the radar. Jay Cutler, after missing most of the 2016 season with a labrum injury in his throwing shoulder, was released by the Chicago Bears. The reception of the news among Bears fans was much like that of Eddie […]

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Green Bay Packers Taking A Step Back Defensively?

The Green Bay Packers have been able to keep its fantastic offensive machine so far this offseason, but the same cannot be said for its defense. The Packers lost cornerbacks Tramon Williams and Davon House, who combined with Sam Shields, Casey Hayward and Micah Hyde were the biggest strength of the Green Bay defense. They […]

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Ol’ Bag of Donuts: Packers Free Agency Thoughts

As the first wave of NFL free agency comes to an end, Ol’ Bag of Donuts react to what the Green Bay Packers have done so far and speculate what it all means. Chris and Adam give their thoughts on whether fans should be worried about the cornerback depth and what player may benefit the […]

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From The Benches: More Free Agency and the Offensive Line Draft Class

The boys are back to talk more offseason. Though the Packers haven’t yet been active on the free agent market there’s still plenty to discuss. They start out with news about Packer free agents, the retirement of Chris Borland, and the release of former Packer Greg Jennings by the Minnesota Vikings. The first big discussion is […]

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From The Benches: Free Agency with Steve Shoup from FanSpeak.com

The boys are back to dissect a wild beginning to NFL free agency and to do so they’re joined by Steve Shoup of FanSpeak.com. They quickly list the signings of the Packers’ unrestricted free agents before diving in deeper. They start with Randall Cobb resigning with the Packers and Davon House leaving town to sign […]

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What’s Next For the Green Bay Packers?

The Green Bay Packers got what will likely be its biggest win of the offseason before free agency even started by agreeing to terms with wide receiver Randall Cobb on a four-year, $40 million contract. Common sense prevailed on both sides with Ted Thompson upping his offer and Cobb realizing that taking less money from […]

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