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Green Bay Packers beat writer Paul Imig will be analyzing the 25 most important players to the Packers' success in the 2013 season. Check back each day to see the latest player on the list.
Note: This is not a list of the team's 25 best players or a series about past success, but rather which of them means the most to how Green Bay will fare this year. Criteria such as depth at that player's position, general expectations and overall importance of that player having a good season are all highly considered.
NO. 3 -- BRYAN BULAGA, LEFT TACKLE
24 Fourth NFL season
WHY HE'S NO. 3
The outcome of Bryan Bulaga's switch to left tackle could be the make-or-break single-player performance that determines how successful the Green Bay Packers' season will be.
Left tackle is one of the most important positions in the NFL. It's with good reason that three of the first four players selected in this year's draft were offensive tackles. It'...
BEST OF MAXIM
The Packers passing game has never been the problem. Their weaknesses were on defense and the running game. They were able to land a RB in the draft that many, including me, thought was the best talent available.
Have they done enough to make a run this year? This is my second pass through my database predicting every teams record.
Here's where I have every team...
Eddie Lacy (Photo Credit: John David Mercer/ US PRESSWIRE)
The Green Bay Packers have the best quarterback in the National Football League. Problem is, Aaron Rodgers won’t be the quarterback for much longer if he keeps being the most hit quarterback in the league. Rodgers was sacked 51 times last year, which lead the NFL. He also tied for the Packers lead in rushing touchdowns...
Jordy Nelson is used to getting plenty of airtime on Sundays during football season, but this fall, the Packers' wide receiver is ditching Aaron Rodgers and teaming up with legendary Wisconsin director Jerry Zucker to appear in an ad campaign for the Wisconsin Department of Tourism.
Nelson and his wife Emily will star in a pair of 60- and 90-second TV commercials promoting tourism...
Green Bay Packers tight end D.J. Williams is a pretty talented DJ. He a released a Friday Mix and it doesn’t sound too bad. Check it out.
dj mix Friday. Everyone check out my new mix I just put together !! hope you enjoy!!! http://t.co/YZbzWECyvb
— D.J. Williams (@dj45williams) July 3, 2013
Looks like Williams has a second career lined up after football.
PATCH IT UP
The Packers' CEO says the team has plans to retire Brett Favre's jersey before the former quarterback makes the Hall of Fame.
Yahoo.com’s Doug Farrar recently interviewed football analyst Greg Cosell about the 2013 NFL Draft. When discussing the Green Bay Packers draft, both raved over the potential of fourth round selection running back Jonathan Franklin out of UCLA. They do add, however, that there is room to grow for Franklin in the passing game.
“[Jonathan Franklin] is a perfect fit for this offense...
Safety Morgan Burnett is one of 15 players eligible for free agency in 2014
As of today, a whopping 15 Packers are scheduled to become unrestricted free agents at the end of the season. This bloated list includes receiver James Jones, tight end Jermichael Finley, center Evan Dietrich-Smith, defensive linemen B.J. Raji and Ryan Pickett, cornerback Sam Shields and safety Morgan Burnett...
The one thing many Green Bay Packers fans are wondering is when their beloved team is going to retired the number 4 jersey of former quarterback Brett Favre.
According to Tha Cover 2, Packers CEO Mark Murphy claims that they’re going to retire Favres jersey before 2016. That’s the same year Favre will be elgible for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
I am often asked questions...
Every day until the start of camp on July 26, we’ll provide one juicy nugget to whet your appetite for the return of football. We’d give you more but the CBA forbids two-a-days. Sorry. Aaron Rodgers said Randall Cobb might catch 100 passes this season. That might be a modest goal.
Every day until the start of camp on July 26, we’ll provide one juicy nugget to whet your appetite for the return of football. We’d give you more but the CBA forbids two-a-days. Sorry. Aaron Rodgers' brilliance can be seen in his situational numbers, including how he's torn apart the blitz.
During a question and answer session on the Packers official website, team CEO Mark Murphy hinted that the return of Brett Favre into the organizations good graces is not that far away.
While answering questions, Murphy admitted that team was aiming to retire Favre’s number before 2016, when Favre would officially be eligible for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
I am often asked...
In Part 4 of our series, we start hitting on some of the team's key players. Can Graham Harrell hold off B.J. Coleman? Can Johnny Jolly beat out Josh Boyd? Can James Starks stay healthy? Can Giorgio Tavecchio beat out Mason Crosby?