A look at the Packers 2019 free-agent class in 2021

The Green Bay Packers are notoriously a ho-hum team when it comes to free agency. Every now and then, the team signs a Reggie White, a Charles Woodson, or a Julius Peppers to uplift their defense. But traditionally, while other teams throw piles of money at big-name players, the Packers focus on their own players. […]

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The secondary of Green Bay will be tough to pick on in 2021

Between incumbent options like Jaire Alexander, Adrian Amos, Darnell Savage, and Chandon Sullivan, resigned free agents like Kevin King, and draftees like Eric Stokes and Shemar Jean-Charles, the defensive secondary for the Green Bay Packers is going to be much harder to pick apart this upcoming season. There certainly are a few elements that go […]

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Looking ahead – Green Bay Packers Defense & Special Teams

The Green Bay Packers selected 11 players in the 2021 NFL Draft, adding much-needed depth to their roster in places that needed it the most. Handling the draft as well as they did, while also mitigating the ongoing Aaron Rodgers situation made for a tough weekend for GM Brian Gutekunst, but this team seems to […]

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Packers should bring back Raven Greene in 2021

In an off-season where the Packers have brought back just about everyone, they should do it again and bring Raven Greene back to Green Bay. Greene, 26, signed with the Packers in 2018 as an undrafted free agent from James Madison University. The 5’11, 197 pound safety has only played in 20 out of a […]

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Cheesehead Radio: Salary Cap Day and “All In”

CD, Kelly, and Jersey Al examine the impact of the new salary cap announced yesterday (which was lower than we hoped), and the impact of further cuts and restructures that might help the Green Bay Packers actually field a team this year. Join co-hosts CD Angeli, Jersey Al Bracco, and Kelly Hodgson, celebrating the tenth […]

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Amos, Savage playing best football at right time

Both Adrian Amos and Darnell Savage found themselves Green Bay Packers in the Spring of 2019. Amos, a Chicago Bear for 4 seasons, signed a 3 year deal with the Packers in March. Next was Savage, the Packers second 1st round draft pick of the 2019 Draft, taken 21st overall. The plan was to overhaul […]

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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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