Found September 28, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
With a Week Four bye Packers tight end Jermichael Finley won’t have to worry about whether he’ll be cleared to play only seven days after suffering a concussion. If Finley’s five-year-old son had his way Finley never would be cleared. “‘Daddy I don’t want you to play football anymore’” Finley’s son told his father by phone after Finley left the Week Three game in Cincinnati with a concussion. Finley described his son’s reaction and the incident on a video posted through Finley’s website. “Aaron Rodgers threw the ball I dove” Finley said. “And after that I felt the hit at my shoulder. After all that happened I was unconscious by then.” Finley was hit in the head by Bengals safety George Iloka who was fined $15000 for making contact to the head/neck area of a defenseless player.

Jermichael Finley’s son: “Daddy, I don’t want you to play football anymore”

Packers tight end Jermichael Finley talked about the concussion he suffered during last week’s game against the Bengals. Finley says one of the hardest things for him to deal with was his son telling him that he doesn’t want him playing football anymore. ‘Daddy, I don’t want you to play football anymore,’” Finley’s son told him over the phone. I can only imagine how...

Gil Brandt wouldn't be shocked if Packers didn't reach playoffs analyst guru Gil Brandt says there is a genuine concern with the Green Bay Packers this season. He took a look at seven teams who lost their week 3 game, and says the Packers in particular are in a bit of trouble (via Bob Wolfley of the Journal Sentinel): "Offensive line troubles (Green Bay has surrendered 10 sacks through three games) and an unreliable running...

Packers DE Johnny Jolly working his way back to form

Green Bay Packers defensive end Johnny Jolly had been out of the league 3 years, yet he's deteremined to make an impact as he slowly works on getting into full NFL shape. "I've still got a long way to go," Jolly told the Associated Press, via Fox News. "I'm still working hard every day to get back, get up to the point that I need to be at.

Josh Freeman a possibility for the Packers?

According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network,  the Green Bay Packers would be an intriguing trade option for Josh Freeman. One thing @MikeSilver mentioned on #NFLGameDay: #Packers an intriguing option for a possible Freeman trade, per opposing GMs. Need a backup — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 29, 2013 The Packers are always looking for a better back up for Aaron Rodgers...

After Slow Start, Packers Ready to Roll

Green Bay Packers (Green Bay Packers Facebook Page) After three weeks of play, the archrival Chicago Bears have a two game lead over the 1-2 Packers who plunged to 8th place in the NFC. The Packers lost two close heartbreakers on the road with their only win against a struggling Washington Redskins team. Disappointment and frustration was evident in their latest loss, as the Packers...

Packers trying to figure out rash of hamstring injuries

The Green Bay Packers have had eight players suffer hamstring injuries since the beginning of training camp. Of those eight, they have missed 11 regular-season games, and the list includes three of their best defensive players: Clay Matthews, cornerback Casey Hayward, and safety Morgan Burnett. It doesn't seem likely that any NFL team would have a bigger risk for hamstring...

Vontaze Burfict fined twice against the Packers

Today Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict has been fined a total of $31,000 for two infractions against the Packers in Cincinnati’s 34-30 victory. He was fined $21,000 for a hit to the head and neck area of a defenseless receiver and $10,000 for hitting an opposing player below the belt. Hopefully the Bengals can stop him […]

Bengals LB fined 31,000 by NFL for two incidents vs. Packers

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Earlier this week, Green Bay Packers tight end Ryan Taylor said that the low blow from Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict 'has no place in football.' On Friday, the NFL agreed with Taylor, fining Burfict 10,000 for his below-the-belt cheap shot in the third quarter of Week 3's game between the two teams. Taylor was flagged for a personal...

Surviving the Packers Bye Week Sunday

Bye Week Sunday. For the Packers players, it is the end of an extended break from the daily grind of trying to become the next Super Bowl champion. For the fans, it is the most awkward time of the schedule. With no Packers game on the horizon today, it is a Sunday of decisions. Watch other football games on TV, or work on the to do list around the house you’ve put off until the...

Jolly Making Plays While Shaking Off Rust

In 2009, Johnny Jolly's last full year in Green Bay, the Packers had the league's best run defense, giving up 83.3 yards a game. The run defense is much better this season after missing Jolly the past three seasons.

A Sunday Without Packers Football

Remember when the NFL schedule was first announced for this season and we all learned that the Packers had their bye in Week 4 of the season? Good grief! That was waaaaay too early. Or so we thought.After being beset with injuries of various sorts -- concussions, hamstrings and who knows what else -- the Packers are a physically wounded team very early in the season. Many fans whom...

Green Bay Packers Bye Week Review

The Green Bay Packers season has gotten off to a bit of an uneven start. After disappointing losses to the San Francisco 49ers, and Cincinnati Bengals combined with a win against the Washington Redskins the Packers currently sit at 1-2. The 1-2 record may signal some panic within the fan base, however the Packers do have some bright spots to look at through the first three games...
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