Green Bay OL can help cover the loss of Linsley internally

The Green Bay Packers entered this offseason with two marquee free agents – running back Aaron Jones and center Corey Linsley – and with the shrinking salary cap putting them in a bind, the likelihood of even one returning held an outside chance. With the miracles that cap guru Russ Ball was able to work, […]

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Aaron Jones resigning paints clear picture for Green Bay

The surprising resigning of running back Aaron Jones on Sunday means that at least two-thirds of the 2020 backfield for the Green Bay Packers will remain intact. But the need to clear even more salary cap space remains obvious, as well as what other moves will/will not happen. The four-year, $48 million deal, which includes […]

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Finalized salary cap, compensatory picks paint a cloudy picture for Green Bay

With Wednesday’s announcement that the 2021 salary cap figure for the 2021 NFL season will be at a base of $182.5 million, combined with the announcement of the compensatory picks being handed out, the Green Bay Packers plans for next season finally received a bit of clarity. And while rolling over around $3.7 million in […]

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Temper excitement for Joe Barry until new Packers DC proves himself

Riding the wave of excitement has gotten Green Bay fans in trouble in the past with their defensive coordinators, most recently with the hiring of Mike Pettine. But the addition of Joe Barry as the next Packers DC certainly has its benefits. His four years of leading defensive units for both the Detroit Lions and […]

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How the Green Bay Packers 2021 offseason can be optimized

Lots of moving pieces will need to work with each other for the Green Bay Packers 2021 offseason, as their aspirations to take that next step and become a perennial Super Bowl power are missing just a little juice. But with the impending salary cap crunch coming down the line, a lot of moves that […]

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Life in Green Bay without Aaron Jones and Corey Linsley

The Green Bay Packers will most likely be in the market for a new starting running back and a new starting center for the 2021 season, seeing as how both Aaron Jones and Corey Linsley are looking less and less likely to return. With both players have played their entire careers in green and gold, […]

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