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According to Dan Arkush of ProFootballWeeky.com, teams sources within the Green Bay Packers organization are facing a dilemma when it comes to veteran wide receiver Donald Driver.
The Packers aren’t sure if there are enough balls to go around for Driver, Randall Cobb, Tori Gurley and Diondre Borel.
At the end of the day, even though Driver restructured his contract, he’s not guaranteed a spot on the Packers’ 53-man roster.
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Former Packers safety Nick Collins after his touchdown in Super Bowl XLV
Just like that, it was over.
It was an abrupt and all too soon ending to the career of Nick Collins in Green Bay. It was a career that gave fans a play in Super Bowl XLV that will be in their memory banks forever and Collins was arguably the best safety the Green Bay Packers have had since Leroy Butler retired...
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ProFootball Weekly has discussed the fact the Packers may not be able to retain the service of Donald Driver this season. The Packers would like to get Randall Cobb more involved in the passing game while developing young talent like Tori Gurley and Diondre Borel.
If there was a guy that I would be targeting in Dynasty Leagues right now it would be Randall...
For the majority of last season, the Green Bay Packers were the toast of the NFL as the defending Super Bowl Champions. They tore through their schedule to achieve an impressive 15-1 record. However, when the playoffs began, they ran into the wrong team at the wrong time. The New York Giants were coming off [...]
Whether you rooted for him all season or his boot tapping, thigh slapping free style won you over, Green Bay Packers WR Donald Driver was one of the most enjoyable and entertaining stars to watch on season 14 of Dancing With the Stars. As he held up that Mirrorball trophy alongside partner Peta Murgatroyd, the pure [...]
So the Green Bay Packers have abandoned the run and only pass, correct? While they pass much more than they run, there are a number of teams that have a higher pass to run ratio than the Packers. As illustrated by the graphic below, division rival Detroit Lions have a more frequent passing attack than anyone else in the league.
The biggest shocker to me is that Tennessee, with...
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Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews Jr. posted a crazy looking picture of himself when he was a child. His hair was out of control. Check it out below.
Kid Rock RT @crlpackers: Proof that @ClayMatthews52 was a badass even in kindergarten! twitter.com/crlpackers/sta…
— Clay Matthews III (@ClayMatthews52) June 30, 2012
I really give Matthews a lot of credit for...
Last night, the NFL Network’s Top 100 poll came to its conclusion in unsurprising fashion with Aaron Rodgers finishing number one.
Rodgers bested New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees for the honor.
The 2011 NFL MVP is coming off of a career year during which he fired 45 touchdown passes and posted a quarterback rating of 122.5, the highest single-season mark in league...
The final votes are in and Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers has been voted on by not fans, but by other players in the Nation Football League as the best player around.
Does Aaron Rodgers deserve this recognition, and is he actually the best overall player in the NFL? Yes, he is not only the best quarterback in the NFL, but he is the best player overall. Let's take a closer...
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Perhaps it's a good thing the Packers won't see the Detroit Lions for the first time next season until Week 11 of the league schedule, which falls on the third weekend of November. What's become a chippy rivalry between the longtime division foes added a new layer for potentially fueling more friction. Lions head coach Jim Schwartz indirectly may have taken a shot at...
Surviving Sunday with no Packers Football
It’s already July, but football and the Packers first game still feels like it’s a long ways away. Good thing it’s never too early to talk some fantasy football.
Here are my way-too-early top five at each position, along with a darkhorse candidate and some random thoughts.
1. Aaron Rodgers
2. Tom Brady
3. Drew Brees
4. Matthew Stafford...
It looks like we aren’t the only ones wanting the NFL season to start. That’s AJ Hawk having a little fun at the Golf & Country Club in Warren. With him is Heisman Winner Troy Smith, Doug Datish, and “The Cable Guy” Bill Griffin who was the guy going into the drink. Nice hit!Best YouTube comments:What a toss by troy. How’d the Steelers cut him with that throwing formYahoo...
Polarizing graybeard Brett Favre managed to compliment his successor as the quarterback of the Green Bay Packers, 2011 AP NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers, during a recent interview with Deion Sanders that will soon air on the NFL Network. Favre, who … Continue reading →
Aaron Rodgers was recently announced as the number one NFL player of the 2012 season. With that said, let us take a look at some of the numbers behind the top 100 NFL players.
Most players by division
AFC North: 16
NFC East: 16
NFC North: 16
NFC South: 13
NFC West: 13
AFC South: 9
AFC West: 9
AFC East: 8
Most players on the list by team