No Huddle Radio #27: What Are the Packers Doing??

This isn’t the start to the Packers’ off-season anyone expected. But is there a method to the madness? Gil and J.J. examine the trajectory of the Packers off-season moves and come to a conclusion about the identity of this year’s team. But first they have some fun picking their least favorite teams in the league! […]

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No Huddle Radio #26: The Big Wide Receiver Deep Dive

The new league year has officially begun and the Packers are under the salary cap. While many people expected the team would make moves in free agency, they don’t seem to have any kind of urgency. Barring additions in the draft, it’s likely the team will roll into 2021 with the same group of wide […]

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Finalized salary cap, compensatory picks paint a cloudy picture for Green Bay

With Wednesday’s announcement that the 2021 salary cap figure for the 2021 NFL season will be at a base of $182.5 million, combined with the announcement of the compensatory picks being handed out, the Green Bay Packers plans for next season finally received a bit of clarity. And while rolling over around $3.7 million in […]

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Decision to resign Bakhtiari or Clark has big-time cap ramifications

As the Green Bay Packers progress through their 2020 offseason, trying to find more money with their current roster has proven tough, although the restructuring of OL Lane Taylor’s deal helped free up around $3 million. The likes of David Bakhtiari, Kenny Clark, Kevin King, Aaron Jones, and others are going to be up for […]

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Packer’s Free Agent and Combine Chatter

As expected this week has not disappointed as the Combine proved very interesting and Free Agency rumors ran rampant. We have yet to see the DB’s and Safeties who will perform their events today. The Packer’s shouldn’t have either of those positions very high on their list, but always look to improve the roster. NFL […]

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Why all the Dysfunction Talk?

With all the Packers dysfunction talk lately, Tyler Dunne, now Tom Silverstein, it’s a wonder the Packers don’t just call it quits and join the XFL. For those of you Packer bashers and Packer basher followers, think of the Packers structure like any Corporation. You have a Board of Directors, a CEO/President Mark Murphy, COO/CFO […]

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Why the Green Bay Packers Will Win the Super Bowl in 2020 (but Not Before), or The Packers at a Crossroads

As I think back to the Green Bay Packers’ close (but not quite good enough) performance against the undefeated Los Angeles Rams on Sunday afternoon, I am left with one major take away: this team is going to be really good in a couple of years. Make no mistake about it, the Packers hung tough […]

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