JK Scott Could Be Secret Weapon the Special Teams Unit Needs

Field position is a huge part of a football game. A great return could set-up your offense with outstanding field position that would make it easier for your offense to put points on the board. The same goes for the punting game. A good punt allows your defense to play downhill, while tilting the field […]

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Jeff Janis’s departure could be felt on Special Teams

As if the Packers do not have enough holes on their time already that they need to fill this offseason, add Jeff Janis’s special teams production to that list. Last week Friday, Jeff Janis signed with the Cleveland Browns, adding another former member of the Packers to their team. It is safe to say the […]

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Assessing the Value of Ty Montgomery

One member of the Green Bay Packers that saw his season cut short due to injury was, third-year running back, Ty Montgomery. During his three year career, Montgomery has spent much of his time rehabbing from injuries and working hard just to get back on the field. Heading into his all-important fourth season in the […]

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Packers Who Can Take Over for Jayrone Elliott on Special Teams

With Jayrone Elliott on his way to Dallas, there is a big void now on special teams that needs to be filled. Elliott was the leader, the guy on every special teams unit that leads the charge. Now, it’ll be someone else. So let’s take a look at who that could be. LB Kyler Fackrell […]

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Mason Crosby’s Time With the Packers is Ticking Away

“Mason Crosby is competing for a job on our football team, like everyone else. He definitely didn’t take a step in the right direction with his performance. That’s what Family Night’s for. He’ll be evaluated. He’s definitely got to do better than that because that’s not going to cut it.” Mike McCarthy If you’re name […]

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5 Guys That Have to be Good: #4- Jeremy Ross

This is the fourth installment of my “Five Players That Have to be Good” for the Green Bay Packers. My fourth choice is wide receiver/kick returner Jeremy Ross. When the Packers made Randall Cobb the 64th pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, I literally jumped for joy.  I was sitting in the downstairs living room of […]

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