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It has been said over and over since the Packers got Clay Matthews in the 2009 draft, and he became a star. Matthews is good, but who is his sidekick?
Over the years plenty of teams have paired their elite pass rushers with someone to help take the pressure off of him. In New York, the Giants paired Michael Strahan with Justin Tuck, then Tuck with Pierre-Paul. In Pittsburgh the Steelers paired James Harrison with Lamar Woodley. The Packers had the same visions when they wanted to pair Clay Matthews with Nick Perry.
The early returns looked like it could be something special brewing on the Packers defense. In Perry’s first preseason game in 2012 he recorded a sack on his second snap as a pro. Even though it was preseason, it was plenty to be excited about as the pass rush was absolutely dismal in 2011. Perry’s first regular season game as a pro did not go as expected. He was learning a new position after playing 4-3 defensive end in college at USC, and transitioning to outside lineba...
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Chris Banjo’s playing time is on the rise, while Jerron McMillian’s is declining. Could the Packers pair Banjo with a healthy Morgan Burnett?
Following the Packers’ week two win over Washington, defensive coordinator Dom Capers hinted at a bigger role for undrafted rookie Chris Banjo.
“You could see more and more of Chris Banjo,” Capers said, per Ty Dunne. “I thought...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- An early bye week didn't help six injured Green Bay Packers players return to full health, but rookie running back Eddie Lacy passed the concussion protocol and is medically cleared.
"He's full go," coach Mike McCarthy said of Lacy during his Monday press conference. "I think the week off definitely helped him."
Lacy was on the receiving...
Lions center Dominique Raiola taunts Packers QB Aaron Rodgers via camera. He wants that title, and he’s showing Rodgers that it’s his to take. Check it out below!
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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...
Mike McCarthy is not happy about being classified as non-essential.
For the first nine years of my professional life, I was “non-essential.”
Non-essential was never really defined. I worked hard. Went above and beyond. Got plenty of accolades. Was told my work was very important by everyone I interacted with. Got a paycheck once every two weeks.
But when push came to shove, I...
The Green Bay Packers might have a new look in the secondary for Sunday's game against Detroit with the possible return of safety Morgan Burnett.
Burnett has a new look, too. Last week, Burnett cut off the dreadlocks he's worn since his sophomore year in high school.
''My mom's been on my case for about five years about it, so it really made her day. I did it...
We knew that the Packers were going to make a move, after releasing wide receiver/kick returner Jermey Ross last week. Many assumed that Green Bay would add a returner to fill Ross’ spot. Instead, the Packers have decided to sign Michael Hill, a running back from their practice squad.
Hill, a rookie from Missouri Western State, spent the off-season with the San Diego Chargers...
The Packers made a move today by bringing up running back Michael Hill from the practice squad to the 53 man roster.
The news comes courtesy of SB Nation:
[T]he Packers have elected to sign Michael Hill, a running back from their practice squad.
Hill, a rookie out of Missouri Western State, spent most of the offseason with the San Diego Chargers. The Packers signed...
The Green Bay Packers may have not like having a bye week so early in the schedule when the weekend began, but looking at the team now, it feels like a blessing in disguise.
The Packers list of injuries runs as deep as it is filled with talent. Some of these guys should be fine (and we'll know more when the team suits up for its first practice of the week in a bit) but...
Update - Aaron Rodgers says he and McCarthy are all good. As we reported here (below) the two got heated on the sideline during the loss to the Bengals on Sunday.
But on his weekly radio show today, Rodgers repeated his post game comments and that this is simply something that happens between QB and coach if they are passionate and committed to winning like these two are....
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.
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...
Morgan Burnett's return to the practice field highlights the Packers' return from their Week 4 bye. Several other key players, however, did not participate at Monday's practice.
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...
Aaron Rodgers has finely tuned his photobombing craft. Check out this amazing collection of Mr.Rodgers bombing his team mates and an unsuspected family. Ya fake, but funny.
Aaron Rodgers Photo Bomb Gallery
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