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Not that Ryan Pickett is going anywhere after a superb 2012, but Packers need to start planning to replace him as the oldest player on the roster begins his final year under contact. This massive 3-4 nose tackle had a formal interview with Green Bay.
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Will Packers coach Mike McCarthy give Aaron Rodgers a little less freedom at the line of scrimage in 2013?
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Bryan Bulaga (2010): Missed four games in 2011 with a knee injury and seven games in 2012 with a season-ending hip injury.
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According to Mike Freeman of CBS Sports, even though Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers would love a new contract, he isn’t willing to hold out for one right now.
Sources close to Rodgers describe the quarterback as concerned about his contract situation with the Packers , but he isn’t yet prepared to hold out this offseason or this summer, if a new deal...
Although it came as no surprise, Greg Jennings is set to test free agency next week after the Green Bay Packers chose not to place a tag on their once prized wide receiver.
Among the list of potential free agent wide receivers heading into next season, Kansas City’s Dwayne Bowe was the only player to receive the good stuff ahead of Monday’s tag deadline, thanks to the Chiefs...
According to FOXSports.com’s Alex Marvez, the Green Bay Packers chose not to franchise receiver Greg Jennings after all.
After weeks of speculation, general manager Ted Thompson elected to let Jennings hit the market and most likely ending his run in Green Bay. Marvez tweeted the following:
‘A source tells FOXSports that #Packers WR Greg Jennings will not be named a franchise...
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Aaron Rodgers' older brother, Luke, is apparently not a believer in Joe Flacco's skillset and can't fathom the amount of money that the Baltimore Ravens just gave their signal caller.
The path is now clear for Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings to leave via free agency.
A source told FOXSports.com that the Packers decided against using their franchise tag on Jennings, whose contract expired at the end of last season.
Green Bay had weighed doing so but such a move would have consumed 10.54 million of the team's 123 million salary cap. The Packers...
Ready to “soon” obliterate the contract signed by Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco, dynamic Green Bay Packers signal caller Aaron Rodgers will “set a new benchmark that will stand for several years.” After thoroughly outplaying Tom Brady, Peyton Manning and Colin Kaepernick, and guiding the Ravens to a 34-31 upset victory over the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl...
A source told FOXSports.com that the Packers decided against using
their franchise tag on Greg Jennings, whose contract expired at the
end of last season.
Fox Sports' Alex Marvez confirmed Monday afternoon that Jennings will not receive the franchise tag, sending him to the open market.
Whilst Greg Jennings has not yet put his home in Green Bay on the market, perhaps it is now time to call the real estate agent as Mr. Jennings is now on the free agent market merry-go-round.
With Randall Cobb, Jordy Nelson and James Jones around...
Alex Marvez reports that a source has informed Fox Sports that the Green Bay Packers will not use their franchise tag on WR Greg Jennings.
This isn’t exactly a surprising move, despite a report from last week that the Packers were considering the idea of franchising Jennings. It would have cost them close to $11 million next season to retain Jennings via the designation.