Is Wagner the Right Call?

Instead of shelling out the cash to keep the offensive line in tack, the Green Bay Packers’ front office took the feasible route toward finding their next right tackle. On Monday, the team signed former Detroit Lion Rick Wagner to a two-year deal worth $11 million. Meanwhile, former Green Bay right tackle Bryan Bulaga signed […]

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Packers active as free agency starts

With no sports currently on TV, the NFL free agency period is providing us with the entertainment that we need. Just like last off-season, General Manager Brian Gutekunst is active as free agency starts. The new league year does not officially start until March 18th at 4pm ET, which means free agent signings can be […]

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Signing Austin Hooper Makes a Lot of Sense

The Green Bay Packers reportedly tried to make several moves before the 2019 trade deadline. To be more specific, there was one in the form of acquiring one of the NFL’s rising stars at tight end. According to Jason Wilde of The Athletic, the front office tried to trade for Atlanta Falcons tight end Austin Hooper. […]

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Why a Randall Cobb Reunion Won’t Happen

Is there any chance the Green Bay Packers will reunite with former wide receiver Randall Cobb? ESPN’s Rob Demovsky was one of the first beat writers to argue in favor of resigning the soon to be a 30-year-old wideout. Check out his take here. However, while a Cobb reunion would be an interesting story, I doubt […]

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