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GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Marshall Newhouse has come a long way in the past year. The Packers' third-year left tackle has been performing well as Aaron Rodgers' blind-side protector, showing steady improvement since he first took over the job in Week 5 last season. There have been a few negative moments for Newhouse, such as allowing five sacks in Green Bay's first seven games. He's also coming off his worst performance of the season, getting beat badly three times by St. Louis Rams pass-rushing defensive end Robert Quinn.But Newhouse has had far more positives this season, preventing the right defensive ends of the 49ers (Week 1), Saints (Week 4) and Texans (Week 6) from laying a finger on Rodgers."He's a smart guy that doesn't make mental errors," offensive line coach James Campen said. "He knows where he's supposed to be, understands schemes and understands defensive philosophies to put himself in a position to be successful."Considering t...
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Yes, there are still 9 weeks left in the year, but the Pro Bowl ballots did come out and it's time for me to give you my picks on who I think deserves to go this year based on the first half of this season.
**Named in order from starter to 3rd stringer**
Quarterbacks: Peyton Manning (DEN), Tom Brady (NE), Ben Roethlisberger (PIT)
Peyton Manning is having...
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings will have surgery next Tuesday to repair the groin injury that has limited him to three games this season.
Jennings didn't give a timetable for his return Thursday, but says the recovery won't end his season.
Green Bay's No. 1 receiver was hurt in the season opener. He sat out the second game, returned against Seattle but...
The Green Bay Packers are optimistic they have enough depth in the secondary to compensate for the loss of Charles Woodson, and they have few worries on the other side of the ball with a red-hot Aaron Rodgers guiding their passing attack.
The offensively challenged Jacksonville Jaguars have much bigger problems.
Quarterback Blaine Gabbert hopes to play, but Maurice Jones-Drew definitely...
According to Packers beat writer Bill Huber, receiver Greg Jennings could be sidelined an additional six weeks following his surgery he'll undergo next Tuesday.Fantasy Spin:Jenning has dealt with a groin injury for most of the season and didn't make much progress despite sitting out the last three games. A second opinion revealed a tear to his rectus abdominis, otherwise...
Green Bay Packers fans now have a new way to showcase their team pride, thanks to Wisconsin-based clothing retailer, Lands’ End. The company developed an exclusive collection to celebrate the 13-time championship winning team and its traditions. The “Titletown” line features a range of green and gold apparel and accessories for the entire family, including dresses, shirts...
Starters Charles Woodson, Sam Shields, John Kuhn, Nick Perry and Greg Jennings are out and they might be joined on the sideline by Jordy Nelson, who will be a game-time decision.
According to Bill Huber of Packer Report, Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings is expected to be out for six weeks while he recovers from groin surgery. The Packers … Continue reading »
Undrafted, cut twice and having found a "real" job in construction, Brett Goode got a call from the Packers just before 2008 season. One of the most anonymous players on the team, Goode has been rewarded for going unnoticed.
Lethal weapons produce the most impact. Some of the impact is noticeable. Other times the impact is subtle but just as forceful. While the most lethal weapons in the NFL need a little help from their friends, they are pretty darn great all by themselves. Whether they sling the ball, run the ball, kick the ball or strip the ball, all the action is hardly every met by an opposite...