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1) Introduction: Was Harrell’s 2012 season the best ever by a backup quarterback? The second-year player from Texas Tech held the clipboard with perfect form. His posture and facial gestures while watching games from the sideline was second to none. His bored-to cup-to pour time — aka the amount of time it takes Harrell to snap out of staring straight ahead and being bored, sprint to the water cooler, grab a cup, fill it, and deliver it to Aaron Rodgers without spilling — was the best in league history. I can think of no other quarterback that is better suited to back up Rodgers than Mr. Graham Harrell.
Graham “Mr. Wonderful” Harrell
Born: to play backup quarterback
Height: He’s bigger than the game
Weight: Harrell doesn’t wait for anything or anybody
College: School of Hard Knocks
Rookie Year: Doesn’t matter. Harrell has played like a veteran ever since setting foot on the field
NFL Experience: Watching Harrell play is an experience we all shou
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1) Introduction: It was a grind at times for Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Things didn’t look quite as easy as they did in 2011. But as injuries mounted and adversity came and went, Rodgers kept the Packers in games and came through in the end more often than not. It wasn’t an MVP season, but it wasn’t far off.
Burnett offers a lot of promise for a young Packers secondary (Photo from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
In looking at the Pro Football Focus grades for Green Bay Packers safety Morgan Burnett’s 2012 season, something stood out to me. The longest pass that he was charged with this past season was 27 yards. It’s never good to give up long pass plays and a 27 yarder is nothing...
1) Introduction: Many expected 2012 to be a rebound season for the Packers defense. The unit was the team’s Achilles heel in 2011 and it cost them a shot at a second straight Super Bowl. Ted Thompson reloaded the team with talent via the 2012 NFL Draft, so it was up to Dom Capers to turn the defense around. Capers was expected to get the unit closer to 2010...
According to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, the Green Bay Packers are currently torn on whether they’re going to keep tight end Jermichael Finley or not.
The Journal Sentinel also learned that the Packers remain torn about the future of polarizing tight end Jermichael Finley.
Sources indicated that Thompson and the coaching staff appear to favor keeping Finley, while other people...
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Green Bay Packers are still thinking about placing the franchise tag on wide receiver Greg Jennings.
Interesting to hear the #Packers are still considering franchising Greg Jennings. Thought that ship had sailed. Apparently not.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) February 24, 2013
I’m not sure why the Packers would tag Jennings when...
It's still early in the NFL offseason, but the Green Bay Packers' roster has gotten younger in a hurry. During the past month, the team has cleared out its three oldest players with the release of Charles Woodson and the retirements of Donald Driver and Jeff Saturday.
The Packers now have only two players signed for the 2013 season who are over the age of 30: defensive lineman...
For weeks we’ve reported that Greg Jennings would love to play for the Dolphins, and he would be a good fit. Reports have surfaced otherwise to those opinions, and we might have to say not so fast to the thought of Jennings to Miami.
Bob McGinn of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is reporting that Dolphins head coach “is not a big fan of Jennings as a player, and doesn’t think...
Entering the offseason, it had been speculated that the Green Bay Packers were likely to part ways with wide receiver Greg Jennings.
However, the Packers are still considering using their franchise tag on
Jennings, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com.
Interesting to hear the #Packers are still considering franchising Greg Jennings. Thought that ship had sailed. Apparently not....
Today is the 29th 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:
Tuesday, Feb. 26:LB Clay Matthews
Wednesday, Feb. 27:S Jerron McMillian...
Bob McGinn of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports that the Green Bay Packers are ”torn” as to whether or not they should keep TE Jermichael Finley.
McGinn mentions that GM Ted Thompson is in favor of retaining Finely, but other “members of the personnel department” would prefer to see them release him.
Vaughn McClure of the Chicago Tribune mentions that the Chicago...
The Green Bay Packers enter 2013 looking to fill several needs, particularly on the defensive side of the ball. Which draftees sit highest on their board? And could they take a chance on Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o? PackerReport.com's Bill Huber reports from the NFL Scouting Combine.
Today is the 30th 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:
Wednesday, Feb. 27:S Jerron McMillian
Thursday, Feb. 28:OLB Dezman Moses...
Free agent defensive lineman Chris Canty is expected to visit with the Packers
For the second time in five years, GM Ted Thompson is interested in Chris Canty. According to Mike Garafolo of USA Today, the veteran defensive lineman is expected to meet with the Packers after the NFL Combine. The two sides flirted with each other in 2008, but Canty ultimately wound up signing with the...
Bob McGinn of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports that Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin is not a “huge fan” of free agent WR Greg Jennings as a player.
McGinn also reported that an AFC executive informed him that Jennings is likely to command a deal that would pay him $7-9 million annually.
The Packers are reportedly considering whether or not to use their franchise...