Found November 07, 2013 on NFL Draft Diamonds:

This week has been a very busy week for Jamal Johnson-Webb the former Alabama A&M start.  He worked out for the Indianapolis Colts earlier this week and had a work out with the Green Bay Packers as well. Webb was the only Alabama A&M player to ever make it to the NFL’s Scouting Combine.  He […]


Aaron Rodgers Plays Guitar With Young Girl Suffering From Spina Bifida

Far too often professional athletes only grab the headlines when they have done something horrible, but today we share a story about goodwill. Greenbay Packers quarterback took time from his busy schedule to hang out with Kelly. Sadly Kelly is suffering from the debilitating condition of spina bifida. IndependenceFirst, an organization that enhances the lives of those dealing with...

Report: Aaron Rodgers expected to miss 4-6 weeks

According to Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports,  Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is expected to miss 4-6 weeks with a broken collarbone. Said on @FOXSportsLive, source pins it at roughly 4-6 weeks for Aaron Rodgers. Fourth week tricky b/c T'giving game is 3.5 wks from injury. — Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) November 6, 2013 Watching Seneca Wallace lead the Packers offense that...

Packers could be down and out without Aaron Rodgers

The NFC North has been a strong division to this point in the season, and its teams’ records show just that. Of the four teams, only the Vikings are struggling to win games, and the remaining three teams sit in a three-way tie at 5-3 for the divisional title. The power dynamic may have changed with Aaron Rodgers’ broken collar bone, however. With Rodgers sidelined for the...

Aaron Rodgers Expected to Be Out 4-6 Weeks

While initial reports had Aaron Rodgers estimated to be out for three weeks, the revelation that Rodgers has a fractured collarbone has changed that timetable. Sources now say that the estimated timetable for Rodgers return will be 4-6 weeks: Said on @FOXSportsLive, source pins it at roughly 4-6 weeks for Aaron Rodgers. Fourth week tricky b/c T'giving game is 3...

Aaron Rodgers Expected to Miss 4-6 Weeks With Broken Collarbone

No one really knows everyone is just guessing. If the Packers don’t stay competitive, no need to rush him back. Said on @FOXSportsLive, source pins it at roughly 4-6 weeks for Aaron Rodgers. Fourth week tricky b/c T'giving game is 3.5 wks from injury. — Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) November 6, 2013

Losing One Star, Getting Another

Aaron Rodgers is gone but Clay Matthews is on track to return for Sunday's game against the Eagles. Matthews said he's taking "baby steps" in getting used to the club-cast he'll need to protect his thumb.

Report: Packers will work out Matt Flynn

With out much of a surprise,  the Green Bay Packers plan on working out free agent quarterback Matt Flynn. Source: #Packers plan to work out old friend Matt Flynn at some point soon. — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 7, 2013 With Aaron Rodgers down for the next 4-6 weeks, this makes plenty of sense because of his familiarity with the offense.   Need NFL Tickets? Loading...

Packers QB Rodgers fractures collarbone in loss to Bears

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has a broken collarbone. How long this injury keeps the former NFL Most Valuable Player off the field is still to be determined.

No Huddle Radio: A Bear Cupboard in Green Bay

Join Marques, Jason, and Kristopher of are joined by Jason Hirschhorn of AcmePackingCompany in breaking down the Packers – Bears Monday nighter and updates on more walking wounded including quarterback Aaron Rodgers.  Just how bad is it in Green Bay?  Listen in and join the live chat! They’ll also be handing out “game balls and lame calls” as well as reviewing...

Final Thoughts: Bears Offense Has A Chance To Carry This Team Far

Aaron Rodgers going down on the seventh play from scrimmage certainly played in the Bears' favor on Monday night. The Bears outgained the Packers 442 to 312 on offense as they ran 20 more plays then them, 75 to 55. It wasn't all pretty for the Bears in their big 27-20 win at Lambeau Field. The Bears' offense clicked with Josh McCown under center and Matt Forte was...

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...

Green Bay Packers vs. Philadelphia Eagles: brutally honest preview

The time has come for everyone to see how good the Green Bay Packers really are when they take on the Philadelphia Eagles without their superstar quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Rodgers broke his collarbone in a loss to the Chicago Bears while the Eagles are fresh off a performance where their quarterback, Nick Foles, threw seven touchdowns in just three quarters of play. Both the Packers...

Eagles: 'Anybody Can Beat You'

The Eagles aren't assuming anything, even with Seneca Wallace replacing Aaron Rodgers at quarterback. Their defenders spoke highly of Wallace's skills and experience.

RCL Football Update: Week 9

 Well… All good things come to an end.  And if you were cheering for me to lose, then shame on you!  Because I had a legit shot at an upset before Aaron Rodgers got hurt last night.  But alas I fall to 8-1 and shockingly 4 of the 5 8-0 teams suffered their first loss this week.  That means, yes, Yes, YES, YESCHEESE (!!! sorry, RCLgasm) is the last undefeated team in RCL land...

Packers: Clay Matthews Ready To Go On Sunday

Credit: Getty Images   The recent loss of the former Super bowl MVP, Aaron Rodgers, has left the cheese heads (Wisconsin Fans) wondering who can they rely on to pick up the slack with their QB out. Thursday gave those fans many reasons to smile as Clay Matthews, former pro bowler, announced he’s ready to get back on the playing field against the Eagles (4-5) on Sunday. Matthews...
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