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Josh Freeman hasn’t had any problems drawing interest as a free agent. So far we know that the Bills and Raiders have been rumored as potential landing spots. It looks like there are two other possbilitties that we haven’t heard of until now. According to ProFootballTalk.com, both the Jaguars and Packers could be landing spots for Freeman. The Packers would be no surprise. They need a backup to Aaron Rodgers. And the distraction would be nil because it’s not like Rodgers is getting benched. (It also would keep Freeman away from a team like, say, the Vikings.) The Jaguars previously had gotten out the word that they don’t want Freeman. As we hear it, they may at least be considering it. Of course, Freeman would have to want the Jaguars — at this particular point in time, why would he? If Freeman wants to start, he would be wise to pick the Jags. Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Packers, Jaguars are potential landing spots for Josh Freeman appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
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Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh spent sometime together at a youth football camp this summer in Oregon. But that doesn’t mean they’re friends. “Well, I haven’t gotten any calls from him yet,” Rodgers said Wednesday via USA Today. “Not sure if there’s going to be some sort of
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By NOAH TRISTER AP Sports Writer Although the Detroit Lions were pleased with their victory over Chicago last weekend, the game's last few minutes highlighted a potential trouble spot.
With cornerbacks Chris Houston and Rashean Mathis sidelined because of injuries, the Lions allowed two late touchdowns before holding on for a 40-32 win. Now the secondary...
Green Bay Packers star linebacker Clay Matthews suffered a broken thumb in Sunday’s victory over the Detroit Lions and could miss one month, reports ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. “I’m hopeful it’s not season-ending,” McCarthy said Monday. “I think we’re all hopeful, but you
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Five things to watch for in Sunday afternoon's Week 5 matchup between the Green Bay Packers and Detroit Lions:
1. How does Aaron Rodgers bounce back from a rare bad game?
There haven't been many poor performances from Rodgers in recent years. Therefore, there isn't much of a sample size to draw upon in determining how he responds to an un-Rodgers...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Handing out grades following the Green Bay Packers' 22-9 win over the Detroit Lions:
Passing Offense: B-
One passing touchdown isn't exactly the type of game that built Aaron Rodgers' reputation into that of a superstar quarterback. Neither is throwing for a modest 274 yards. However, he did finish with a very Rodgers-like 106.8 passer rating, which...
Aaron Rodgers hit his wide receiver James Jones towards the end of the third quarter who too it the house for an impressive 83-yard TD. The score put the Packers up by a score of 16-3 over the Lions, but it was James’ TD celebration which was even more impressive. Not sure exactly what he is doing, but we love it.
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What's the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Mike McCarthy's offense?
Aaron Rodgers? The wonderful arsenal of receivers the likes of Cobb, Jones, Nelson and Finely?
When you think of the Packers offense, you typically gloss over the running game and go straight to its dominant passing attack.
It's been associated with the...
For a change, defense set the pace for the Packers before the offense caught up.
James Jones caught a long touchdown pass from Aaron Rodgers, and Green Bay contained the undermanned Detroit Lions for a 22-9 win Sunday.
Mason Crosby kicked five field goals. The Packers offense struggled to get into the end zone until Rodgers found Jones on an 83-yard scoring pass down the left sideline...
The strength of the pack is the wolf and the strength of the wolf is the pack. – Rudyard Kipling After the 2012 campaign ended in playoff disappointment for the Green Bay Packers, general manager Ted Thompson and head coach Mike McCarthy reportedly asked quarterback Aaron Rodgers what he would do to improve the offense. […]The post Leather and lace: the Lacy effect by Jacob Vincent...
The Packers took control in the second half to beat Detroit 22-9, taking advantage of Calvin Johnson's absence. Aaron Rodgers hit James Jones for two big plays and Eddie Lacy helped the Packers control the clock.
The Detroit Lions (3-1) have jumped out to an early lead in NFC North rankings and look to continue the strong start to the season this week vs the the Green Bay Packers (1-2). Coming off a bye week,the Packers will look to get back on track against a team they’ve had success against – GB has won 14 of its last 15 meetings vs Detroit. Can Detroit extend their game and half lead...