Packers sign second round pick

On Monday, May 13th, Brian Gutekunst signed the teams second round pick, guard Elgton Jenkins. This now leaves only 1 unsigned draft pick remaining and 89 of 90 spots filled on the roster. Elgton Jenkins was the teams 44th selection out of Mississippi State. During his time at Mississippi State he played in 49 games […]

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The Draft Will Tell Us About Future Contracts

The day is finally here. The day a lot of Packers fans have been waiting for since their week 13 collapse at the hands of Arizona Cardinals. Yes, we are talking about the NFL draft. The only people that have any clue of what Green Bay will do in this year’s class are those at […]

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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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The Case for Bryan Bulaga

Matt LaFleur’s coaching staff is fully operational, and after Monday’s presser one thing is clear: the Packer’s have found the Fountain of Youth. While I don’t see them embracing Fortnite dances or TikTok memes, LaFleur’s staff is young, energetic, and full of promise. With a hefty amount of draft picks and multiple contracts coming up […]

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Offensive Line Should be Top Priority for Packers Offseason

As football fans prepare for Championship Sunday to watch the Patriots fight off the Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium while the Rams deal with the Saints to see who punches their ticket to Atlanta. Packers fans continue to deal with the new changes in the offseason at 1265 Lombardi Ave, the latest was watching a 20-year […]

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Packers’ Fast-Paced Changes Could Soon Include Popular Vets

Less than a month into their most important offseason in recent memory, the Green Bay Packers have wasted little time making big moves for the future. The team was the first of 2019 to fill its head coaching vacancy by inking former Titans OC Matt LaFleur to a four-year deal. Green Bay also elected to […]

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