Midweek Movie: Packers WR Jarrett “Boy Can He Catch” Boykin

For five seasons, the Green Bay Packers featured a quartet of wide receivers no other team in the NFL could boast. Donald Driver, Jordy Nelson, James Jones, and Greg Jennings were part of an offensive assault which destroyed team records during their five seasons together. Their 2011 season stands out as the best offensive season […]

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Cross Your Fingers Vince Young Never Has to Play for the Packers

The moment Graham Harrell was cut, I have to admit that I was surprised. Not because Harrell was no longer a member of the Packers. But because the word from 1265 Lombardi Ave. was that Vince Young would compete for the No. 2 job. The moment I heard that, I nearly choked on my ice […]

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Questioning Mike McCarthy’s Legacy

There are few coaches in the history of the Green Bay Packers who have the resume Mike McCarthy does. An 80-42 regular season record (.656 winning percentage), franchise best 15-1 record in 2011, two trips to the NFC Championship Game and a Super Bowl title are just a few of the highlights of McCarthy’s seven year run […]

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Packers Sign K Zach Ramirez

The Packers added a little bit more competition to their already shaky kicking situation by signing free agent Zach Ramirez. Ramirez kicked for Portland State and was a first team All American during 2011 during his college career and reportedly had a strong pro day. Here are a few notes from NFL Draftscout regarding Ramirez’s performance while in college:   […]

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Green Bay Packers Sunday Movie: The 2013 Packers “Inch By Inch”

We hope you enjoyed the Green Bay Packers Flashback Sunday series during the off season. Unfortunately all good things must come to an end. As we approach the end of the preseason and the dawn of a new regular season, it is time to put the Flashback Series in mothballs until next summer, and introduce […]

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Midweek Movie: The Mayor Needs Help in His Campaign ASAP

Green Bay Packers rookie running back Jonathan Franklin has a unique nickname-The Mayor. His goal was to fall in love with the town where he hoped to play his entire career. And when his career was over, he would run for mayor of Green Bay-and win. Franklin had expressed an interest in a political future […]

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