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Yesterday ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reported on NFL Insiders that the Patriots are “putting out feelers” for available tight ends. There are several good tight ends that could be traded for such as Jacob Tamme, Clay Harbor, and Tony Moeaki, but could the Packers trade the New England Patriots one of Ryan Mallett’s favorite targets for […]
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Green Bay Packers quarterback Graham Harrell is out of a job as of tonight, after fellow backup Vince Young impressed enough Friday night to warrant Graham's release in the team's first round of cuts, reports Adam Schefter of ESPN.
The Green Bay Packers drafted two running backs in last April’s draft in Eddie Lacy and Jonathan Franklin. Unfortunately for James Starks, Alex Green, and DeJaun Harris, all running backs previously on the Packers’ roster, there could be one or two odd men out before the start of the regular season.
One of the heroes of the 2010 Packer Super Bowl run, Starks is the longest-tenured...
At first glance it would seem that it is highly unlikely that Aaron Rodgers will reach Drew Brees’ passing numbers this year – Brees has lead the league in yards and touchdowns in the past two seasons, while posting historic numbers. With that in mind, it’s important to note that historic numbers can’t realistically be attained forever – whether Brees manages to toss 40...
Vince Young is back in the NFL as the backup quarterback of the Green Bay Packers.
Young, 30, was signed to a contract by the Packers on Aug. 5 after sitting out the 2012 season. The Packers will pay Young $715,000 for the season under the terms of that contract.
Quickly Young began to impress in camp and after he moved the Packers offense in their third pre-season game head coach...
The Green Bay Packers have a bit of a battle for the backup quarterback job going between Vince Young and Graham Harrell. Young had his best performance of the preseason in Friday’s 17-10 loss to the Seattle Seahawks at Lambeau Field, completing six of seven passes for
Packers back up quarterback Vince Young put up some strong numbers during Friday night’s preseason game.
Young finished with 41 yards passing on six of seven completions and ran the ball three times for 39 yards.
Through three preseason appearances, V.Y. is 12-of-19 passing (63.2 percent) for 74 yards, the touchdown, and no turnovers. He’s still got some juice in his legs with...
Packers safety M.D. Jennings stood in front of his locker and patiently answered every question about the final play in last year's Seahawks game. Yes, that one, with the replacement referees and Golden Tate's disputed touchdown.
For as much as others bring up the infamous call, Jennings isn't stuck in the past. He'll have more pressing matters on his mind when Seattle...
Backup quarterback Vince Young showed improvement against the Seahawks
1) The O-line will open more holes when Aaron Rodgers, Randall Cobb and Jordy Nelson are in the game, but the Hogs they’ll never be. The starters are among the smallest and least physically talented units in the league. And while effort and grit are admirable traits, they’ll only get you so far at this level...
The Panthers offense has one option, that's Cam Newton. The Packers offense has Rodgers, receivers and now Eddie Lacy to threaten a running game. While I like Cam Newton's running ability, he needs a lot more help before he starts to move past Rodgers in fantasy.
Drew Brees - Consistently at the top of the QB rankings. Look for an explosion with the return...
The Seattle Seahawks took on the Green Bay Packers for the first time since their infamous meeting last September. The game resulted in another Packers loss, and an overall ugly showing. Despite conventional wisdom saying that the third preseason game is the one most commonly used as a dress rehearsal Aaron Rodgers only played one series giving the rest of the roster a chance to...
Do the Packers keep five or six receivers? Two or three quarterbacks? Six or seven defensive linemen? All of the inside linebackers? Those are among the tough decisions awaiting Ted Thompson, whose final 53 could be slanted toward one side of the ball.
Just Marshawn Lynch tickling Aaron Rodgers’ mustache.