Found March 16, 2013 on
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It’s that time of year when every “football analyst” comes out of the wood work to give their two cents on where they expect players to fall in the draft.
As I was going through the latest mock drafts, I saw one prediction that made my jaw absolutely drop. Vanderbilt’s Jordan Rodgers, little brother to Aaron Rodgers, would be picked up by Green Bay in the 7th round.
The first issue I see with this is, the Packers already have their two back up’s in place... Read more
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It's not the type of splashy free-agent move most teams in the NFL are making, but the Green Bay Packers have retained one of their own.
According to multiple reports, Robert Francois signed a one-year deal to remain in Green Bay.
Francois is an inside linebacker, but he did not play a single snap on defense last season. His main role was on special teams, where he finished with...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Greg Jennings is no longer a member of the Green Bay Packers.
Jennings won't be going far, though, staying within the NFC North by signing whatESPN's Josina Anderson says is a five-year deal for 47.5 million with 18.5 million guaranteed.
The five-year deal for the 29-year-old wide receiver means that Jennings could be with the Vikings until he's 34...
Tight end Tom Crabtree has signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, according to a tweet from his marketing agent.
Crabtree was a restricted free agent entering the offseason, but the Packers decided not to tender him an offer and that gave him unrestricted status.
The terms of Crabtree's contract with the Buccaneers are not yet known.
Crabtree, 27, was part of a deep tight end...
The Packers went from an offense with Greg Jennings and Steven Jackson to an offense with neither in the span of about 24 hours. Green Bay entered the offseason needing to upgrade its defense. Now, it will have to upgrade the offense, too, if it wants to remain relevant in the NFC.
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- LeRoy Butler has no idea why he still hasn't been offered a coaching job in the NFL. It's not for a lack of desire or interest. It's not for a lack of knowledge about the league that he spent more than a decade in while winning a Super Bowl and being named to four Pro Bowls.So, then what exactly is keeping the former Green Bay Packers star safety from...
Pro Bowl quarterback Aaron Rodgers has never once talked about holding out
Not that it was ever – I repeat ever – a possibility, but Mike Freeman of CBS Sports needed to inform us last week that Aaron Rodgers won’t hold out. Well, if Mike continues to feel the need to waste his time writing stories about complete non-stories, I have a few suggestions of my own. He can tell...