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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Packers Free Agency and a Trade: Yes and No’s.

The soon-to-be month of March is a terrific time of the year for sports. You have March Madness, baseball season starts, NBA/NHL seasons upgraded and…the NFL free agency begins. Already there are rumors swirling around to who should be in green and gold in 2019. The criteria will be one to two players in a […]

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Rodgers New Contract Not Totally Different Than Old Contract

Alas, Aaron Rodgers’ contract extension is complete, after months of negotiations between the Packers and Rodgers as well as much discussion amongst Packer fans.  Soon after Jimmy Garappolo signed a 5 Year 125,000,000 contract with the 49ers, I surmised a Rodgers contract would land in $32-33M per year range.  In the end that was a slight […]

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