Found May 04, 2012 on
Green Bay Packers
Frank Zombo is one Packers defender that could be on the chopping block.
If using almost all of his draft picks on defensive players wasn’t enough of a warning, Ted Thompson could re-enact Alec Baldwin’s brass balls speech from Glengarry Glen Ross on the first day of training camp if he feels the Packers defense hasn’t gotten the message.
Replace Cadillac with a spot on the roster. Replace steak knives with a spot on the end of the bench. Replace getting fired with getting cut.
Of course, this message doesn’t need to be delivered to everyone on defense. Clay Matthews is probably the Alec Baldwin of the Packers D. He can point to his $975,000 watch and automatically command respect. Desmond Bishop and Charles Woodson can point to their own watches, which aren’t quite as big as Matthews’, but are impressive nonetheless.
Because of their ineptitude last season and infusion of new blood for the upcoming season, the following defenders who received regular playing time...
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Unless you were asleep at the switch, or were abducted by aliens, it was hard for PACKERS fans to not notice that the team’s 2012 DRAFT effort had a very different flavor to it this year. WHITEY flipped positions around 3 times and has a new nickname: TRADER TED. It just so happened that the team needed Defense and almost every time the team Picked the best...
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Green Bay Packers cornerback Sam Shields is usually known for his D, but when it comes to his fiance, he’s not looking to lock her down anymore. Here’s the scoop via Radar Online, “He woke her up in the middle of the night, threw $300 at her and totally out of the blue, ordered her to get out immediately,” the insider said. “He just told her he didn’t...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- If Charles Woodson begins next season as a starting safety for the Packers, it will just be the next step of a transition that's already been in progress.
Last season, though Woodson continued to be listed at cornerback -- the position he's played throughout his entire 14-year NFL career -- he got a lot of snaps at other defensive positions.
28. RLB Nick Perry ARush linebacker was arguably the Packers’ biggest need after they managed just 29 sacks last year. Nick Perry is a great value at this point as part of a strong pass rushing class and will immediately help take the pressure off of Clay Matthews, who had no help last year.51. 3-4 DE Jerel Worthy AAnother defensive player for the 2nd worst yardage defense of all...
Former Green Bay Packers left tackle Chad Clifton, who was cut by the team last month after failing a physical due to back problems, hopes to continue his playing career after strengthening his back. In an interview with ESPN Wisconsin on Friday, Clifton called his release by Green Bay, where he played 12 years, a bitter pill. He said he is still adjusting to being a former Packer...
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Free agent running back Ryan Grant is considering a contract offer from the Detroit Lions, according to his agent.
Agent Alan Herman confirmed multiple media reports that the Lions have made an offer for Grant, who has played the past five seasons for the Green Bay Packers.
The 29-year-old Grant has played in 63 career games, gaining 4,016 yards and scoring 25 touchdowns rushing...
With the Detroit Lions badly in need of running back depth and veteran Green Bay Packers running back Ryan Grant currently a free agent, both parties are mulling if there is a match. The Lions believe so, as they have reportedly made Grant a contract offer.
The Green Bay Packers did not pick a running back during the 2012 NFL Draft, and if they want to keep veteran...
Veteran running back Ryan Grant is scheduled to visit the Detroit Lions this weekend with the Packers showing little interest in bringing the unrestricted free agent back to Green Bay. The Lions' murky depth chart, topped by Jahvid Best (concussions) and Mikel Leshoure (marijuna arrest; possible suspension), includes only injury-prone veteran Kevin Smith as the one sure thing...
If Ryan Grant were to sign with the Detroit Lions, the Packers would be left with a questionable backfield considering the injury history of James Starks and Alex Green.
After Director of Football Operations Reggie McKenzie left the team to become the Oakland Raiders' General Manager, and hired Shaun Herock away from the club this week, the Green Bay Packers will be restructuring their personnel department, Bob McGinn of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports. According to McGinn, Eliot Wolf will "basically assume" McKenzie's duties...
It seems that Ryan Grant really does have other teams interested in acquiring his services, as ESPN Milwaukee reported earlier today that the Detroit Lions have offered the former Packers starting running back a contract, which Grant, who spent five seasons in Green Bay is strongly considering.
It was reported earlier this month that Grant received a contract offer from...
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Both are recent pictures of Aaron Rodgers QB of the Green Bay Packers and Jay Cutler of the Chicago Bears.