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Jermichael Finley is at a crossroads in his Green Bay career. The Packers have a decision to make in terms of whether or not they want to pay him a $3 million in March.
If the Packers release Finley, it would save the team $8.25 million in salary cap space. Finley during an interview with the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, said it’s a 50/50 chance that he’s back with the Packers.
Finley has had some frustrating moments with the Packers, but is aware that he frustrates Green Bay fans the most. Finley admitted that when he’s out in public, Packers fan taunt him about his inability to hold onto the ball.
“When I’m out and about, people will say, ‘Hey, don’t drop your keys!’” Finley said. “I get pretty much everything. It became second nature. It doesn’t bother me at all. It’s just something I had to overlook.
“I just built a wall, built a shell and was a man about the situation,” Finley said, “by shutting them up and playing football.”
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After being taunted by a group of Chicago Bears fans on Facebook, a former Green Bay Packers cheerleader is now taking a stand against cyberbullying.
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- One Green Bay Packers cheerleader has decided to take a stand against online bullying.
Kaitlyn Collins noticed that a picture of her was posted to a Chicago Bears Fan page on Facebook earlier this week with a caption of: "Like if You Agree The Packers Have the Worst Cheerleaders in the NFL!"
It got plenty of reaction, reaching 3,500 likes and 600-plus...
It’s been a tough year for Bears fans. Their team failed to make the playoffs AND they lost their coach. So in typical, classy Bears fan fashion, they took their aggression out on the person who REALLY deserved it. A former cheerleader for the Green Bay Packers.
Someone put up a picture of Kaitlyn Collins on a Bears Facebook fan page and decided to diss her looks. And of course...
Since free agency became the norm in the NFL there has been one thing that has been slowly dying out--team longevity. Fewer and fewer players are staying with one team opting to head for greener pastures (more money), but not necessarily a better team.
When the Green Bay Packers season ended one of their greats, wide receiver Donald Driver, decided to call it a career. Here...
Today is the 13th day of FOX Sports Wisconsin Packers writer Paul Imig's offseason evaluations of every player on Green Bay's roster. Click here for all of Paul's previous evaluations and come back every day through mid-March for Paul's in-depth film and statistical analysis. Coming up soon:
Today: TE Jermichael Finley
Sunday, Feb. 10: LB Robert Francois
On Monday night, a Facebook fan page entitled the Chicago Bears Fans, posted a picture of former Green Bay Packers cheerleader Kaitlyn Collins with the caption “Like If You Agree The Packers Have The Worst Cheerleaders In The NFL!”. As the page is a popular place, the picture got over 86,000 likes. As Chicago and Green Bay are rivals, the comments on the page got rather ugly...
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said he’d like to be the starting quarterback through at least the 2020 season. “I've had eight great years there, the last five as a starter,” Rodgers told the Green Bay Press-Gazette from the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. “Hopefully I can give them another eight-plus years of playing at a high level.”
Ok, Roste hasn’t loved the love fest for Double D…even though he is a class act and a Packer and all… I mean it was INSANELY out of control, however this is pretty damn cool. Only Packer Fans! I love my Green and Gold Baby!
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Despite a disappointing end to his 2012 season, Aaron Rodgers still tops the 2013 Fantasy PPR QB Rankings.
Even though the Super Bowl literally ended just days ago, the National Football League is a year-round sport and so is fantasy football. Therefore, despite the fact that the 2013 season is still a good eight months away, it is never too early to take a stab at ranking the...
Charles Woodson‘s agent, Carl Poston, mentioned that he’s ”optimistic” that his client will be playing for the Packers next season.
“I guess the Packers have to make a decision,” Poston said, via the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. “Is having Charles out there worth $11 million a year? I would think so because he’s one of the better defensive players...