The Rift That Defined an Organization and How to Move past it

Everyone knows about the recent article that came out that exposed a ton of issues within the Green Bay Packers organization, most notably those between Aaron Rodgers and Mike McCarthy when he was still the head coach. In what seems like an ode to what we once had, living vicariously through a well-written piece that […]

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Dual Minicamps are Key for Team Development

A trend that seems to be sweeping the NFL is having teams face off against each other in joint training camps, giving players earlier access to other NFL talent. While they do face talent while going up against teammates in minicamp, going against a different team is a whole different animal. One of the more […]

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Lack of 2020 Cap Space Puts Pressure on 2019 for Results

After the big-time spending that general manager Brian Gutekunst and his front office underwent in NFL free agency this offseason, the Green Bay Packers have now solidified their edge rusher position by bringing in two Smith bookends, Za’Darius and Preston, as well as one of their safety positions, poaching Adrian Amos from the Chicago Bears. […]

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2011, 2015 Draft Classes a Reminder That Thompson Had His Flaws

With the likelihood that Randall Cobb does not return to Titletown, coupled with the departure of linebacker Jake Ryan to the Jacksonville Jaguars, who is currently rehabbing his torn ACL he suffered while in a Green Bay Packer uniform, and the last remnants of both the 2011 and 2015 NFL draft classes have left the […]

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Interest in Edge Free Agents Could Open up Draft

After their reported interest in trading for Dee Ford from the Kansas City Chiefs, the Green Bay Packers are trying to get out ahead of the rush for top-flight free agents and players by trying to acquire players at positions of need. While the offense has holes that can be addressed before the draft, by […]

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Day 3 of Combine Drives up Defensive Prices

With the defensive linemen and linebackers headlining the third day of the 2019 NFL Combine, there were a number of masterful showings in the individual drills. Various athletes showed out in the 40-yard dash, the bench press, the vertical and long jumps, and other various tests of how their college performance will translate into the […]

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Drafting an Under-The-Radar Receiver Can Lead to a Super Bowl Win

Uncharacteristically, the Green Bay Packers selected three wide receivers in last year’s draft, as J’Mon Moore (4th round, 133rd overall), Marquez Valdes-Scantling (5th round, 174th overall) and Equanimeous St. Brown (6th, 207th overall) were all brought in to help solidify the receiver ranks. Moore was non-existent for the team, as he is already resembling a […]

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