Keisean Nixon Will Play Critical Role For Packers

An unheralded signing this offseason was defensive back Keisean Nixon. Coming over from the Raiders, Nixon signed a 1 year deal in March. Initially thought of as a core special teams signing, Nixon is positioned to contribute significantly on defense as the dime corner. The combination of special teams and defensive support is a critical […]

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Eric Stokes is a CB1

When the Packers selected Eric Stokes in 2021 there were some mixed reviews (as with every first round pick they take). While everyone knew Green Bay needed an upgrade over Kevin King, there were also concerns at linebacker, defensive line, offensive line, and of course wide receiver. After Jaire Alexander got injured in week 4, […]

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Green Bay Packers: three needs, three free-agency fits

The Super Bowl is over, in what was a bitter event for Green Bay Packers fans to watch as many felt it should have been green and gold confetti falling in SoFi Stadium on Sunday. Instead, it was royal blue and sol raining from the Los Angeles sky in merriment of the home team Rams […]

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Packers Cornerback Kevin King Is Cooked

Let me say that from all accounts Kevin King appears to be a good person and well liked teammate, and that my assessment of his on-field play is meant in no way to denigrate Kevin King as an individual. I really appreciated King’s introspective..almost vulnerable press conference late in training camp where he talked about […]

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No Huddle Radio #36: State of the Team – Packers OTAs

As OTAs finally began this week, potentially dark clouds swirled around Green Bay, Wisconsin as questions loomed about Davante Adams and Aaron Rodgers potentially holding out. Gil and J.J. found plenty to discuss in the players who are on-site though! Position coaches weighed in on their new position groups while new job openings were filled […]

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No Huddle Radio #35: How Tough Is the Packers’ Schedule?

Forget “strength of schedule”, those rankings based on last year’s win/loss columns are garbage and we all know it. Sharp Football provides better stats to help understand what truly makes a difficult schedule; Gil and J.J. dive into the numbers and break down exactly what the NFC North is facing this year. (Spoiler alert, it’s […]

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