Posted July 16, 2012 on
The Packers will be taking three quarterbacks to training camp, led by the NFL MVP, Aaron Rodgers.
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The NFL has been riddled by scandal from the very beginning. While every team handles disgraceful situations differently, not a single one has escaped the proverbial scarlet letter, not even the Green Bay Packers. Although the times change, the nature of misbehavior seems to remain the same. As long as you continue to thrust exorbitant [...]
Scott Kacsmar offers a three-step program for Green Bay Packers fans to cope with the team’s historically inept record in close games. Find out how Aaron Rodgers compares to Tom Brady and Joe Flacco in the clutch, plus much more. But first, admit you have a problem.....
Green Bay Packer Receivers Ready for New Season
Two of the Green Bay Packers starting receivers were making the rounds of interview sites this week. Both Donald Driver and Greg Jennings stated that they were ready for the new NFL season to begin during interviews this past week.
Donald Driver reported that he was ready for this season and next season even though his contract...
Aaron Rodgers is clearly the Leader of the Pack, with a skill-set that makes him the "prototype" for the position. Plus, our breakout performer, sleeper, player on the roster bubble and a noteworthy number.
The Green Bay Packers have shown interest in free agent running back Cedric Benson.
Green Bay joins Oakland and the New York Jets as the only three teams known to have interest in the 29-year-old vet who averaged a mere 3.7 yards per rushing attempt over his last two seasons in Cincinnati. The Packers could use a veteran running back with Ryan Grant not expected to...
GREEN BAY, Wis. Six months after John Kuhn was carted off the field with a knee injury in Green Bay's playoff loss to the New York Giants, the Packers' fullback is still not sure when he'll be fully cleared by team doctors.
Though Kuhn won't discuss specifics, he told FOXSportsWisconsin.com that he suffered a right knee injury in that game, one that he's "...
Without Ryan Grant, there will be some changes on the depth chart the Packers will take into the regular season. Here's the rundown of the eight players vying for spots.
Our list of the Packers' most important players continues with No. 8 on our list, Greg Jennings, and No. 9, Jordy Nelson. Combined, they form one of the best duos in the league, not to mention an interesting case study in receiver salaries.
We're almost in the top 10 on our list of most-important Packers, leading off with tight end Jermichael Finley being poised for a bounce-back season. Also: Morgan Burnett, who has a new challenge, as well as Jeff Saturday, Desmond Bishop and Bryan Bulaga.
This is the sixth in a series of 13 previews leading up to the Green Bay Packers' July 26 start of camp.July 10: Quarterbacks
July 11: Running backs
July 12: Wide receivers
July 13: Tight ends
July 16: Offensive linemen
July 17: Defensive linemen
July 18: Linebackers
July 19: Safeties
July 20: Cornerbacks
July 23: Specialists
July 24: Coaches
July 25: 5 things to accomplish...
These mind-boggling numbers demonstrate the in-transition status of the Packers' running game without Ryan Grant.
Chicago Bears wide receiver Earl Bennett told Adam Schein of Sirius XM NFL Radio (via NFL.com) that he believes quarterback Jay Cutler is better than Aaron Rodgers of the Packers.
“We have the top running back arguably in the league, top quarterback, the receiving corp is deep,” Bennett said.
“So you think Cutler is better than Aaron Rodgers?” Schien asked...