3 Burning Questions: Wide Receivers

In the third part of this ongoing series, we will take a look at the players that make up the wide receivers room for the Green Bay Packers, including three important areas to focus on and expectations for this group for the 2019 NFL season.  Can Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams really increase their targets? […]

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3 Burning Questions: Running Backs

In the second part of this ongoing series, we take a look at three important areas that may have concerns about each specific positional group. This week’s article focuses on the group of running backs that currently take up five roster spots.  In the stable of running backs, Aaron Jones and Jamaal Williams are joined […]

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3 Burning Questions: Quarterbacks

In the first part of an ongoing series, each Green Bay positional grouping will be looked at in a three-question format, trying to analyze the most pressing concerns of each group while trying to shed light on why the group looks like it is, how it may change before the season begins and what type […]

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Not Bringing in Punting Competition Spells Trouble for Packers

In a tactic to help boost and improve the kicking game, the Green Bay Packers brought in some competition for long-time kicker Mason Crosby in training camp. Sam Ficken, a former Los Angeles Rams kicker who filled in for Greg Zuerlein (Legatron) while he fought through injuries, was claimed off of waivers and subsequently added […]

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Wanting to Incorporate Adams Means More Work for Others

169 targets, falling one short of leading the NFL in targets, must not have been enough for the Aaron Rodgers – Davante Adams combination. Stemming from comments made by Rodgers in a media session during the offseason workouts, the intent is clear: incorporate Adams more into the offensive gameplan, which in turn means more work […]

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3 Wildcards for Mike Pettine’s Defense in 2019

After the horrendous but improvement of a year the 2018 NFL season produced for the Green Bay Packers, few bright spots came from last year. For defensive coordinator Mike Pettine, his unit just happened to have the vast majority of those pieces. From Jaire Alexander to Kenny Clark to Kyler Fackrell, certain players earned their […]

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Key Development Areas Minicamps Need to Address

The main purpose of NFL minicamps is to help players get back into playing shape and condition while determining which positional groupings still need more players or talent infused into them. For the Green Bay Packers, their minicamps are even more imperative because of having first-year head coach Matt LaFleur at the helm leading a […]

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