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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. He’s not what he was but he’s much more valuable than most defensive players, period.”
Woodson, 36, is set to make $10 million for the upcoming season, which includes incentives and bonuses.
The Packers, meanwhile, are in a position where they will need plenty of cap space if they’re to prevent players like Aaron Rodgers, Clay Matthews and B.J. Raji from leaving in the coming years. On top of that, there are questions as to whether or not Woodson is still capable of justifying that kind of salary.
In 9 games this season, Woodson totaled 50 tackles, 1½ sacks, one interception and seven pass breakups, which is hardly t
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According to Tyler Dunne of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, there’s a 5050 chance tight end Jermichael Finley isn’t back with the Packers next season.
Also of note, league sources told @jasonlacanfora that Finley unlikely to stay in Green Bay. We’ll see. Heard here that it’s “a coin flip.”
— Tyler Dunne (@TyDunne) February 8, 2013
Even though Finley played better and...
Green Bay Packers’ fans flocked to watch wide receiver Donald Driver officially retire today at Lambeau Field’s atrium. As you can see from the photo of Driver on the stage, a street will be named after him. Tyler Dunne of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel transcribed from of his speech. Driver: Now you know why Packer fans are so special. They show the loyalty, they show the...
As part of Donald Driver's retirement ceremony on Wednesday, the team assembled quotes from all sorts of Packers legends and standouts. Here are just a few, including Jerry Kramer, who called Driver a "quintessential Packer" who "cared about people."
Jermichael Finley believes his chances of returning to the Packers next season are ”50/50.”
“It’s the nature of the business,” Finley said, via the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. “If there’s a guy that’s overpaid or that they think is overpaid, they’ll ask for a pay cut. There’s no doubt that I want to be there for life. But it’s a business and the business will...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Aaron Rodgers had a very good reason for presenting an award with Brett Favre at Saturday night's NFL Honors event: The Packers quarterback wanted to bury the hatchet with the now-retired three-time NFL MVP who topped him on Green Bay's depth chart for three seasons.
For the past five years since becoming the Packers' starting quarterback, Rodgers has...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Donald Driver went out in style, retiring from the Green Bay Packers in a way that no one else in the franchise's illustrious history ever had.The Packers' all-time leading receiver in yards and catches held a public ceremony Wednesday morning inside the Lambeau Field Atrium. Driver was joined by 1,000 of his most die-hard fans, most of whom waited outside...
Team president and CEO Mark Murphy
I want to first thank all the fans for coming out today. I know a lot of you waited in line in the cold to get your tickets and you waited this morning, so give yourselves a round of applause.
It's always a little bittersweet when a great player's career ends like Donald's. But this is just special day. It's a great day for the...
The Receiver statue, located at Titletown Brewing Co. on the renamed Donald Driver Way, will be given a Donald Driver-style makeover.
A joint appearance with Aaron Rodgers and Brett Favre at the NFL Honors program was a big step toward welcoming the three-time MVP back into the Packers family.
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...