Found June 02, 2013 on Players View:

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is back in go mode as the 2013-14 NFL season looms large.

Rodgers has all the faith in the world that big play threat Randall Cobb will continue his rise to the forefront of the NFL’s new stars.

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Aaron Rodgers: Randall Cobb is “going to be a big-time star”

During a recent interview with the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers explained what’s helped him click with wide receiver Randall Cobb. He cares about it a lot. He puts a lot of extra time in. He watches a ton of film. He spent an off-season watching various slot guys that he admired and tried to pick things up. He’s very well-coached. I think Edgar...

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Report: Packers plan on making B.J. Raji play out the final year of his contract

According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Green Bay Packers want to make defensive lineman B.J. Raji play out the final year of his current contract before they sign him to a long-term extension. From Total Access: After early talks, #Packers plan to make DT BJ Raji play out the final year of his deal to earn a big, long-term payday — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) June 3, 2013...

No contract extension for B.J. Raji, Packers will wait until next year

Green Bay Packers defensive tackle B.J. Raji will play out the final year of his contract without a new contract extension, according to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network. Instead, the team will make the decision on him after the 2013 season to see if he's worth the money. After Aaron Rogers and Clay Matthews received new deals, the assumption was that Raji was next in line....

Mike McCarthy hosts golf tournament for good cause

GREEN BAY, Wis. It's been a Green Bay Packers head coach tradition since 1988 and it's one that Mike McCarthy takes very seriously. McCarthy, like the four coaches who preceded him, was the face and name of the Packers' cystic fibrosis celebrity golf outing Monday. "Our history and our tradition for the Green Bay Packers obviously far exceeds what happens on the...

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Green Bay Packers Flashback Sunday: So Close in ’78

If you were a Packer fan in the 1970′s, success was often difficult to find. Following the dynasty of the Lombardi teams of the 1960s, the Packers of the 1970′s were often the complete reverse of that. More familiar with losing than winning for most of the first half (save for one playoff season in 1972) the success of the previous decade was in the rear view mirror, and growing...

Roster Depth: Green Bay Packers

Depth is important. Whether we like it or not, injuries happen — and when they do somebody needs to step up, because NFL opponents offer no quarter and every game is important. In this four-part series, we are taking a look at each team in the NFC North, noting where they could be strong with [...]The post Roster Depth: Green Bay Packers by Russ Thomas appeared first on WCSN -...

Report: Packers CB Shields signs RFA tender

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Report: Packers, Sam Shields working on an extension

According to the Green Bay Press-Gazette, Sam Shields’ agent Drew Rosenhaus will be meeting with the Green Bay Packers to get a long-term deal done for his client. Drew Rosenhaus, the agent for cornerback Sam Shields, is meeting face to face with Green Bay Packers officials on Monday in order to get a deal done in time for him to participate in this week’s minicamp, an NFL source...

Sam Shields Signs Restricted Tender: What it Means In Negotiations with Green Bay Packers

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