Rodgers Talks Health and Excitement for the Future

Aaron Rodgers spoke with NFL Network prior Saturday’s NFL Honor ceremony which marked his first interview since the end of the 2018 season. The Packers quarterback had just returned from a vacation in New Zealand before receiving the NFL Moment of the Year award for his heroics in week one against the Chicago Bears. During […]

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Packers Expected to Retain Graham in 2019

According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, the Packers are expected to bring back tight end Jimmy Graham for another season. The 32-year-old veteran signed a three-year contract prior to the 2018 season which gave Green Bay an easy out after one year. If the Packers cut Graham before March 15th they would save $5.3 million […]

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Three Early Standouts at Senior Bowl Practice

Draft season feels like it officially kicked off this week with the start of Senior Bowl practices. The day started with weigh-ins and height measurements and concluded with drills showcasing the skills of some of the top prospects in the 2019 draft. The Packers will have three picks in the Top 45 in April and […]

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Is Muhammad Wilkerson Worth Another Shot?

Defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson came to Green Bay hoping to revive his career and restore his perception around the league. When things went sour after seven seasons with the New York Jets, Wilkerson needed a fresh start so the Packers offered him a one-year 5$ million dollar prove it deal. However, in week three against […]

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Keeping Pettine Should Be a No-Brainer for LaFleur

Three coordinators in three years is not an ideal outlook for the Green Bay Packers defense. Though Matt LaFleur revealed during his introductory press conference he hadn’t met with Mike Pettine directly, he is expected to remain on as the Packers defensive coordinator in 2019. As we learn more, it is becoming clear that one […]

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Trading a First for Antonio Brown

If the Green Bay Packers are truly of a “win now” mindset then they would trade for Pittsburgh Steelers All-Pro wide receiver Antonio Brown as soon as possible. Brown reportedly had a spat with quarterback Ben Roethlisberger at Wednesday’s walkthrough and it ended with Brown chucking a ball at the QB before leaving the practice […]

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