Should Packers fans buy into Kumerow hype?

With the Packers’ minicamp at an end, there is once again a drought of tangible football to discuss until training camp begins in late July. For the Green Bay Packers fandom, there truly isn’t a ton to speculate on, though of course, the national media will take this dark time to go on yet another […]

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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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Packers Mini Camp Ends

The Packers have now finished OTA’s and the Mandatory Mini-Camp. There is once again excitement surrounding 1265 Lombardi Ave. The atmosphere in Mini-Camp was very much one of enthusiasm with learning a new system, bonding among new teammates, and continuing developing of veteran players. The coaching staff from Matt LaFleur and Mike Pettine on down […]

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Remaining Packers off-season To Do List

Establish Aaron Rodgers rapport with young receivers: This will be absolutely crucial to the Packers success in 2019. Many of the offensive struggles of last year can be traced back to Rodgers’ lack of cohesion with his staple of inexperienced wideouts. Far too many times the young pass-catchers failed to make the necessary adjustments post […]

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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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