Top 5 Packers’ Flame-Outs 2012-2020

Once promising draft picks who fizzled out in Titletown   As a general rule, most NFL prospects chosen over the first two days — or first three rounds — of the draft are expected to flourish as cornerstones who will either develop into foundational mainstays or at the very least become solid rotational contributors.  These are […]

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Green Bay Packers Biggest Draft Duds of the Decade

With the combine finished and free agency around the corner, this time of year is always filled with optimism for NFL fans. No picks have been made, no injuries have been suffered, no dreams have been waylaid by the harsh realities of professional football. While this is a very exciting time, it’s also appropriate to […]

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2011, 2015 Draft Classes a Reminder That Thompson Had His Flaws

With the likelihood that Randall Cobb does not return to Titletown, coupled with the departure of linebacker Jake Ryan to the Jacksonville Jaguars, who is currently rehabbing his torn ACL he suffered while in a Green Bay Packer uniform, and the last remnants of both the 2011 and 2015 NFL draft classes have left the […]

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Part 3, Redrafting All Green Bay First Round Picks Since 2000

Going into the third part of this series, I will be looking at the first-round selections made by Green Bay in years 2011-2015. Last week, I looked at the selections made from 2006-2010, and the week prior I went through selections from 2000 to 2005. 2011- Derek Sherrod, T In one of the better first […]

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GM Gutekunst in on Free Agent Cornerback Conversations

New Green Bay Packers General Manager Brian Gutekunst in his introductory press conference stated that he wanted to be in on every free agent conversation. It was music to the ears of many fans of the green and gold. When the Seattle Seahawks released Richard Sherman, some early reports indicated that the Packers had preliminary […]

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Goodbye Damarious Randall: What’s Next for the Green Bay Packers?

New Packers GM Brian Gutekunst declared that he’d be much more aggressive in free agency and in the offseason. So far, this has held true. The Packers have already dealt arguably their best corner this offseason to the Cleveland Browns for their starting quarterback, Deshone Kizer, who will likely be Rodgers’ backup. In addition, the […]

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Randall Trade Indicates a Plan

News broke Friday afternoon that the Packers traded Damarious Randall to the Browns for DeShone Kizer and moved up 13 spots in rounds four and 12 in round five of this year’s draft.  This was surprising to most everyone because cornerback is a position of need, and Randall was their best cornerback last year after his week four meltdown, in […]

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