Rashan Gary is Key to Keeping D-Line Fresh

Much to the chagrin of Green Bay Packer fans, the front office decided to go ahead and select defensive end Rashan Gary out of the University of Michigan, even after the team had signed both Preston and Za’Darius Smith that same offseason.  But with the Smiths having essentially put all of their chips already on […]

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Jace Sternberger – 2020 breakout?

For former Texas A&M Aggie tight end Jace Sternberger, his rise to being the no. 1 TE option for the Green Bay Packers was all a part of the plan. When he was drafted, Jimmy Graham was the incumbent first option in-house, with Sternberger, Robert Tonyan, and veteran Marcedes Lewis being the proven veteran. Signed […]

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Dismissing Labels has Helped Amos reach New Heights in Green Bay

The former fifth-round selection out of Penn State by the rival Chicago Bears, safety Adrian Amos signed on with the Green Bay Packers for four years and $36 million last offseason. And after his first season with the Packers, it is safe to say they made the right decision in terms of which safety to […]

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Veteran Leadership Key for Team’s Irregular Offseason Schedule

Aaron Rodgers, Aaron Jones, Davante Adams, David Bakhtiari, Za’Darius Smith, Preston Smith, Christian Kirksey, Adrian Amos, and Mason Crosby all share one similarity (besides currently playing for the Green Bay Packers) – they all are some of the most experienced players on the team and are integral to the success of the younger members of […]

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Decision to resign Bakhtiari or Clark has big-time cap ramifications

As the Green Bay Packers progress through their 2020 offseason, trying to find more money with their current roster has proven tough, although the restructuring of OL Lane Taylor’s deal helped free up around $3 million. The likes of David Bakhtiari, Kenny Clark, Kevin King, Aaron Jones, and others are going to be up for […]

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Restructuring of Taylor’s deal gives GB more money for extensions

With the Green Bay Packers faced with a tight amount of salary cap space for the 2020 NFL season, they made a move to add $3 million back in space by restructuring offensive lineman Lane Taylor’s 2020 deal. Under the newly-redone deal, Taylor will make $1.5 million and include a $100,000 signing bonus, according to […]

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Ability to Break out Key in DL Development

Outside of defensive tackle Kenny Clark, who is in line to get his first large contract in his young, dominant career, the Green Bay Packers’ defense is in need of having big jumps in other members of their defensive line. Montravius Adams, Kingsley Keke, Tyler Lancaster, and Dean Lowry all have held various roles and […]

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