My Case for the #Packers Trading Away Bahktiari, Clark, Jones, and Linsley…Now

A few days ago, Bleacher Reports Chris Roling proposed a blockbuster trade in which the Cleveland Browns’ would trade disgruntled-yet-talented tight end David Njoku to the Packers for a second-round draft pick. The justification, of course, has been that with the departure of Jimmy Graham, the Packers are, once again, on the search for the […]

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Should the Packers trade for David Njoku?

In an offseason with a plethora of viable options, the Green Bay Packers did little to address their dearth of passing game weapons. The team signed veteran wide retriever Devin Funchess but otherwise passed on other weapons in free agency. They had opportunities to take a wide receiver in the deepest WR class in recent […]

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LempsTalkinPack: Some More Packers Potpourri

Chris Lempesis is back, after a longer than expected break, to dish out some more Packers potpourri for you. He gives his thoughts on whether or not we will see Packers football in 2020. He talks about the Aaron Rodgers/Mike McCarthy vs. Drew Brees/Sean Payton debate that was recently raging on social media. In between […]

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Packers sign Jordan Love and AJ Dillon to rookie deals

With training camp (probably?) looming in the next few weeks, the Green Bay Packers have taken an important step by signing first-round pick QB Jordan Love and second-round pick RB AJ Dillon to rookie deals. Per NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo, the Packers showed great faith in Jordan Love with a fully guaranteed contract of $12,383,470 […]

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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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