Ability to Break out Key in DL Development

Outside of defensive tackle Kenny Clark, who is in line to get his first large contract in his young, dominant career, the Green Bay Packers’ defense is in need of having big jumps in other members of their defensive line. Montravius Adams, Kingsley Keke, Tyler Lancaster, and Dean Lowry all have held various roles and […]

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2019 Recap: Defensive Linemen

Moving onto the first look at the defense for the Green Bay Packers, their defensive line was filled with dominant play from certain individuals (Kenny Clark), some players came into their own but still are struggling to carve out a regular role (Tyler Lancaster, Dean Lowry), and others are just trying to break into the […]

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Who will replace Daniels?

Wednesday was a tough blow after the Packers released defensive tackle Mike Daniels. It’s hard to get used to getting rid of good players but the financial side of things serves as justification. The Packers saved a little over $8 million by cutting the former Pro-Bowler. This move could indicate the signing of a current […]

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Green Bay Can Now Look Forward to 2019

Throughout the season, such topics as ‘losing has been helpful for the franchise’ and ‘look ahead to 2019 and forget about 2018’ have been running rampant throughout Cheesehead nation, fueled by how disappointing this season has ended up being. While some of my recent articles have also contained such non-positive elements, never have I wanted […]

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With Wilkerson likely done for the season, who replaces him?

When Packers defensive tackle Muhammad Wilkerson went down with an ankle injury and was then taken to an area hospital during the game, there was a sense that it wasn’t good. Wilkerson did not make the flight home and ended up spending the night in the Washington D.C. area hospital. During his Monday press conference, […]

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