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Greg Jennings, Jordy Nelson, Jermichael Finley ... the list of Packers passing weapons goes on and on.
But Giants defensive back Antrel Rolle isn’t afraid. He knows the Packers are a terrific team, but he doesn’t believe they’re unstoppable.
“They lost one game all year. I think that...
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Now there’s something you don’t see (or as far as the headline is concerned, write) every day. In a wide-ranging article in the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel about the close-knit group that comprises the Green Bay Packers receiving corps, one of the more interesting stories spun surrounded an offseason excursion last summer when Brett Swain, Greg Jennings, [...]
Apparently it takes more than a 15-1 record and the No. 1 seed in the NFC playoffs to impress Antrel Rolle, who said several times Wednesday that he puts no team "on a pedestal."
What do you get when an 80′s hair band singer combines his love for the Green Bay Packers with Lady Gaga? That’s right, song parody gold.
Stevie Rachelle, the lead singer for 80′s rock band Tuff, put together this song parody by changing the lyrics to “Poker Face” with Packers references. The song is performed by a side project he put together called C.W.A. (Cheeseheads...
I got a change to interview Giants safety Antrel Rolle for PFT Live on Tuesday. Well, actually this one wasn’t live. We got a hold of Rolle right after the show ended, so we taped the segment to show it below. The Giants defense has been a different group the last three weeks, giving up…
Green Bay Packers fan love them some Jordy Nelson!
In this tribute to the Green Bay Packers receiver called “White Lightning”, caucasian rappers 2H2H sing about their love for the Packer fan favorite. Believe it or not the lead singer of 2H2H, Justin Douglas, is a youth pastor and also a Boston Red Sox fan (WTF)? This song has gone viral in the twitter universe with fellow...
Coach Mike McCarthy fights back tears when talking about Joe Philbin and how the team has carried on without their popular offensive coordinator. Plus, Greg Jennings on guarantees, injury reports and more from Wednesday.
Jennings: 'I could care less about guaranteeing a win'
Greg Jennings heard all about Jason Pierre-Paul’s victory guarantee loudly and clearly, and he listened to plenty of Giants bravado this week.
Antrel Rolle said “the first film I watched’’ when starting his work week was the Dec. 18 Packers game in Kansas City. Why not?
The only blemish on the Packers’ 15-1 record is a shocking 19-14 loss to the Chiefs, who sacked Aaron Rodgers four times and limited him to...
GREG JENNINGS, WIDE RECEIVER, 85
VITALS: 5-foot-11, 198 pounds, 28 years old
2011 STATS: 67 catches, 949 yards, 9 TDs
LOOK FOR HIM: A lot. Jennings only played 13 games, missing the last three (knee). But as the Packers' No. 1 wideout, he still was targeted 101 times by Aaron...
Gregg Jennings says Aaron Rodgers is better than Brett Favre.<img class="size-medium wp-image-7855" title="DSC_0984" ... [visit site to read more]
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Every Redskins fan knows that this season was one of more ups than downs. Every Giants fan knows that if the Giants were to play the Redskins one hundred times, the Giants would win ninety-five of them. Wait. The Giants were swept by the Washington Football Redskins? Really?
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“As a team and an organization...
The Packers are a whole lot healthier than they were a year ago at this time. Every Packers player was accounted for and fully practicing at Wednesday’s practice. That includes running back James Starks, tackle Chad Clifton, wide receiver Greg Jennings, and, well, everyone else. Starks was the only Packer whose status was truly up…