No Huddle Radio #29: Drafting D-Line and Inside Linebackers

J.J. and Gil examine the Packers’ two greatest positions of weakness and ask if either position would be good value at pick 29. They assess prospects available at each position in the first few rounds of the draft for fit and value. Also, Aaron Rodgers is reportedly calling up some NFL players and trying to […]

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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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No Huddle Radio #25: Packers Who Need to Raise Their Game

The 2020 Packers were very, very good, but they still had a few flaws. Now the team is losing several key players in free agency. J.J. and Gil identify some young guys whose time has come to step up and either fill a new role or who have the ability to elevate the team from […]

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Cheesehead Radio: Salary Cap Day and “All In”

CD, Kelly, and Jersey Al examine the impact of the new salary cap announced yesterday (which was lower than we hoped), and the impact of further cuts and restructures that might help the Green Bay Packers actually field a team this year. Join co-hosts CD Angeli, Jersey Al Bracco, and Kelly Hodgson, celebrating the tenth […]

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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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