Found November 07, 2013 on NFL Draft Diamonds:
PLAYERS: Eddie Lacy
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With giant club on hand, Clay Matthews hopes to play Sunday

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- The exact dimensions are unknown, but thesize of the club on Clay Matthews' right hand is simply massive. While theGreen Bay Packers will likely get their star outside linebacker back on thefield this weekend, Matthews won't look quite the same. He also probably won'tplay quite the same."I feel like in my position, obviously you need to havegreat...

Rodgers shows he can play ... guitar

Aaron Rodgers' contributions to the state of Wisconsin extend far beyond the confines of Lambeau Field. The Packers quarterback's "It's Aaron" Web series, which involves Rodgers paying surprise visits to those whose lives have been helped by Wisconsin's various nonprofit organizations, is currently in its second season. The project most recently allowed...

Matt Flynn is expected to work out for the Green Bay Packers

Today on twitter, Ian Rapoport of reported that Matt Flynn will work out for the Green Bay Packers “at some point soon”. The Packers are interested in him, but they want to make sure his shoulder is good and convinced he is healthy.  At this point it looks as if Seneca Wallace will in […]

Can Seneca Wallace help the Green Bay Packers win? it’s highly doubtful….

The Green Bay Packers season all comes down to Seneca Wallace being able to help win football games. Wallace isn’t the best back up in the NFL. As a matter of fact he is far from it. Wallace is the type of player who would rather be standing on the side lines holding a clip board, collecting a check, than being played. The Packers have little choice but to start Wallace. They also...

The Resemblance is Uncanny: Seneca Wallace Throws like Uncle Rico

Aaron Rodgers understudy, Seneca Wallace had anything but his job cut out for him when he had to take over for the injured elite quarterback. He struggled a majority of the game, while Green Bay’s running game kept them in it, but the Pack fell short by a touchdown possibly due to Seneca’s throwing form mimicing that of another quarterback who also fell short in his high school...

Watch Aaron Rodgers Perform a Duet with a Girl with Spina Bifida

Aaron Rodgers is number one in our hearts and it's stuff like this that proves why. Aaron surprised a young girl named Kelly, who suffers from spina bifida, as she works with an organization called IndependenceFirst, which is run by and works for the benefit of people with disabilities. Aaron also works with the organization. Kelly was originally going to record a...

Priority One Sunday: Slow Down Eddie Lacy

As I noted earlier this week, the Eagles defense didn’t play particularly well against the Raiders on Sunday. It didn’t matter because everyone was caught up in Nick Foles’ performance, but it’s not something that should be overlooked. In that game, they gave up 560 yards of offense. We know their secondary was going to have issues coming into the season. They have struggled...

Black, Blue, and Ornery: Can the Packers survive without Aaron Rodgers?

Good morning, folks! Welcome to the Water Cooler Sports Black, Blue, and Ornery, your source for NFC North News on this Monday, November 7th, 2013. On Wednesday it finally became officially unofficial that Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has a fractured collarbone and will likely miss around four weeks in order for the bone to heal. […]The post Black, Blue, and Ornery: Can the...

Aaron Rodgers Surprises a Girl with Spina Bifida With a Musical Collaboration

Aaron Rogers and David Gruber have been partnering with foundations to set up scenarios for Rodgers to surprise fans with disabilities in Wisconsin. The series is meant to draw attention to non-profits who are changing the world for their respective fields. In this episode, Aaron and David surprise Kelly, a Spina Bifida Sufferer, after she thought she’d simply be filming a commercial...

Cheesehead Radio: Strange Days with Matt Bowen

With Aaron Rodgers out indefinitely with a broken collarbone, it appears the Green Bay Packers have entered a Twilight Zone of uncertainty under center for the first time since 1992. Will Seneca Wallace be able to rise to the occasion, or will all of our worst fears come true? Joining us LIVE will be the incomprable Matt Bowen, the former Green Bay Packer and author at Bleacher/Report...

Wallace Joins Select Company

Ready or not, Seneca Wallace will be the Packers' fourth starting quarterback in the last 22 seasons. Wallace and Scott Tolzien started getting ready for Philadelphia, with Aaron Rodgers helping as much as possible.

Should Green Bay Packers sign Tim Tebow?

The Green Bay Packers will be without their star quarterback Aaron Rogers for reportedly at least three weeks with a broken left collarbone. For now, Seneca Wallace has been named the teams’ interim starter but he is not the Packers only option. Let the Tim Tebow rumors begin… Rogers said on his weekly radio show that a timetable for his return has not been set, and Packers coach...

Clay Matthews and Nick Perry May Return Against the Eagles

Packer fans, and the team itself, are probably in great need of good news with Aaron Rodgers missing a significant portion of the season with a fractured collarbone. We're getting some now, as it looks like both Clay Matthews and Nick Perry should return to face the Eagles barring any setbacks, per Tom Silverstein of the Journal Sentinel: Both Matthews (broken hand...

Paul Imig's Nov. 7 Packers mailbag

Here are all of the answers to this week's questions in the latest edition of Packers Mailbag: Q: Wouldn't this be an excellent time to bring Farve back to win the games during Rodgers' injury and then retire his number "4" after this season? -- Schmies, Minnesota Q: Is Brett Favre available until Rodgers gets back? -- Roger, VA Beach Q: Maybe you should...

Special Teams on the Rise with Impact Plays

Lost in the drama of Aaron Rodgers’ injury Monday night was an outstanding special teams effort for the Packers. Two impact plays in particular kept the Packers in a tight game. Plus, the good and the bad on special teams from the first half of the season.
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