Trying to Make Sense of the Josh Sitton Release

The Green Bay Packers went into the weekend with what Mike McCarthy has called in the past the best offensive line of his tenure and came out of the weekend voluntarily making themselves worse for seemingly no good reason. General Manager Ted Thompson decided to cut three-time Pro Bowl left guard Josh Sitton, one of […]

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Is Richard Rodgers Really Ahead of Jared Cook?

The Green Bay Packers had their worst offensive season last year since Aaron Rodgers took over at quarterback in 2008, and one of the many reasons that was the case was due to a lack of production from the tight end position. Richard Rodgers caught 58 passes and scored eight touchdowns, which on the surface […]

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Why the Green Bay Packers Should Go For More Fourth Downs

Nothing that happens on the field in OTAs really means anything, so trying to find any meaningful stories about the Green Bay Packers this time of year is tough. One thing that really peaked my interest was Mike McCarthy’s comments about going for two-point conversions more often this year after Ben Roethlisberger and Drew Brees […]

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Assessing Green Bay Packers’ Offensive Depth Chart

With the NFL draft and the undrafted free agency signing period now behind us it’s always a good time to look at the depth chart for the Green Bay Packers and see where things stand. Ted Thomposn did a good job in the draft filling the minor holes the Packers had and more importantly adding […]

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Green Bay Packers Free Agency Primer

The NFL’s new league year is set to open at 4.pm on Wednesday afternoon, which means the start of free agency and the “legal tampering” period begins today. That usually means it’s time for Ted Thompson to go on a vacation, but there are rumblings from some places that the Packers might be more active […]

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