Jaire Alexander poised for big leap in 2020

Often lost in the offseason haze, especially following a wallop by the San Fransisco 49ers rushing dominance over the team, was just how good the Green Bay Packers’ pass defense was in 2019. The team had been trying to right its last line of defense for years, spending high draft picks to no avail, but […]

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Who loses the most in a shortened preseason?

Amid months of uncertainty, it seems we’ll be having an NFL season after all. Most teams, including the Green Bay Packers, are required to start their training camps on July 28th, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. However, how preseason will happen is less clean, as NFL.com’s Tom Pelissero reports a two-game preseason for 2020 is […]

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No Packers/Browns joint practices in 2020

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the NFL had good and bad news for how it would affect teams’ offseason programs. A memo from the commissioner allowed all 32 teams to conduct training camp at their team facilities, allowing normalcy for many teams, including the Green Bay Packers. Other teams often traveled to remote sites for […]

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LempsTalkinPack: It’s a Packers Potpourri

Chris Lempesis has ended his post-draft sabbatical and is back with a mixed bag of topics regarding our beloved Green Bay Packers. He talks about Lane Taylor’s pay cut and where that extra money may now go. He gives his thoughts on the recent conference calls of Aaron Rodgers, Matt LaFleur and Mike Pettine. He […]

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Players the Packers need to take the leap in 2020

As the Green Bay Packers enter the unpredictability of the rest of this summer, continuity will be key to success. Teams who have established relationships within the locker room, the coaching staff, and the organization as a whole will have a huge competitive advantage. Thankfully, Green Bay returns every major coach. Internal development from players […]

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