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Francois-Marie Arouet, more commonly known as Voltaire, is credited with first saying, “with great power comes great responsibility.” In France during the 19th century, Voltaire was bothered by the gross misuse of power and privilege by authority while the less fortunate were deprived and left to suffer. Almost 200 years later, in a much more simplistic and twisted manner, this very quote is relative to the Green Bay Packers second pick in the 2013 NFL draft, former Alabama Running Back, Eddie Lacy... Read more
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Green Bay Packers running back Alex Green thought it was a good idea for them to beef up the running back position in this year’s draft.
“Last year, I didn’t do anything too good in the running game, so I think it was a great thing for us to get back out there, make a step in the draft and help the team win football games,” said Green, per the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel....
First Round: Datone Jones, DE, UCLA
ANALYSIS: I've been mocking this pick to them for a while, and I really love the fit. He fills Green Bay's biggest need of a pass rushing DE (in the 3-4), he provides good value, and I think he will excel in Green Bay. Not to mention he will also take tons of pressure of Matthews and Perry coming from the OLB position. It was a tossup...
Greg Jennings is in Minnesota. Donald Driver is now retired, and the Green Bay Packers need someone to step up to be the number one receiver.
Randall Cobb has been a pleasant surprise since coming onto the scene as a 2nd round (64th overall) pick of the 2011 NFL Draft.
He is extremely versatile. He can play as a returner and a wide receiver, and those skills will help the Packers...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Cheeseheads, prepare for your 15 minutes of fame.
Hardcore Packers fans will be featured in an upcoming television reality show, tentatively titled "Cheeseheads." The show, which will air on TBS, was announced at the network's annual upfront presentation.
TBS described the new series as:
"Green Bay, Wis., is home to the World Famous Green...
Is there anything more fun than making bold predictions in the offseason? If by some miracle, you get one right, you are hailed as a genius. If you’re completely wrong, most of the time people don’t remember — but even if they do, they simply laugh at you, rub it in a bit, and the [...]The post Rourke’s 2013 Bold and Cold Predictions: Green Bay Packers by Rourke Douglas Decker...
Ball-security is paramount for the Packers, and Eddie Lacy and Johnathan Franklin should fit that mold. Both had fumbling problems early in their career but alleviated those issues due to focus and hard work.
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- It's been a busy and productive year for Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy and the rest of the team's executives.
Setting the franchise's all-time record for profit in 2012 of 43 million -- in addition to 64 million raised in the recent stock sale -- has allowed Murphy and the Packers to be able to accomplish all of their goals. The most important...
Packers coach Mike McCarthy explains why his reshuffled offensive line has tackle Bryan Bulaga and guard Josh Sitton going from the right side to the left side.
GREEN BAY, Wis. Five of the players who were in Green Bay on a tryout basis during Packers rookie minicamp have now been signed by the team.
Fullback Jonathan Amosa (Washington), linebackers Donte Savage (New Mexico State) and Jarvis Wilson (Prairie View A&M), wide receiver Tyrone Walker (Illinois State) and 26-year-old cornerback Brandon Smith, who began in the NFL in 2011...
It was reported yesterday that Green Bay Packers free agent Charles Woodson is set to visit with the Denver Broncos in the near future. If
talks with the Broncos fall through, Woodson could eventually land with his
former team. Josina Anderson of ESPN is reporting that Woodson has an initial
offer from the Oakland Raiders.
Charles Woodson's agent Carl Poston also told me the...
Green Bay Packers free agent Charles Woodson recently expressed surprise that he remains unsigned. He may not be on the open market much longer, as he's expected to visit with the Denver Broncos in the near future, according to Vic Lombardi of CBS 4 in Denver.
Woodson expected to visit the Broncos soon, possibly this week.
— Vic Lombardi (@VicLombardi) May 14, 2013
Much like Brian Urlacher the market for former Green Bay Packers defensive back Charles Woodson has been exceptionally cold. Since his visit with the San Francisco 49ers in March there hasn’t been any mentions of him, anywhere. That changed today in a big way with multiple teams showing interest. They include the Denver Broncos, Oakland Raiders and the Carolina Panthers.
Vic Lombardi of CBS4 reports that the Broncos will bring in free agent DB Charles Woodson for a visit at some point this week.
Lombardi expects the Broncos to use Woodson in a dual role safety-cornerback role, assuming that they sign him of course.
Woodson, 36, recently mentioned that he’s willing to play for anyone next season after finding almost no interest on the free...