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Mike McCarthy: Aaron Rodgers can play into his 40s

Aaron Rodgers is 33 years old, but Mike McCarthy doesn’t think the Green Bay Packers will need to find a new quarterback any time soon. New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft recently shared (per Mike Reiss, ESPN) that Tom Brady has a stated desire to play “six to seven more years.” Brady will be 40 at the beginning of the 2017 season. Speaking to reporters, McCarthy not only...
Via Sportsnaut
2 hours ago  |  Discuss

Aaron Rodgers: Packers offense set, but ‘we probably need a couple more pieces on defense’

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is feeling pretty good about the current state of the current offensive roster, but thinks a few additions on defense will get them over the top. “We probably need a couple more pieces on defense before the season starts, but we’re going to be really tough to stop on offense,” Rodgers told The Sidelines with Evan Daniels Podcast ...
Via 60 Max Power O
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Rodgers: Packers fans ‘should be really excited’ about season

The Green Bay Packers haven’t received many high marks from the pundits for their activity so far in free agency. While there has been a few solid additions, the team seems to have lost more than it gained, as key departures on both sides of the ball arguably suggests the Packers got weaker, not stronger, this offseason.But that’s not how Aaron Rodgers sees it.The Packers quarterback...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
5 days ago  |  Discuss

2017 Fantasy Outlook: Green Bay Packers

The Green Bay Packers did not hit their stride until the last six games of the season where they ran the table and scored nearly 31 points per game. Fantasy standouts Aaron Rodgers (QB), Jordy Nelson (WR) and Davante Adams (WR) finished first, second, and seventh at their positions respectively. As long as Rodgers is on the team, he and the Packers' targets will remain among the...
Via The Sports Quotient
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Ten biggest winners and losers from first week of NFL free agency

With millions upon millions of cash to spend on top players coming out of contract years, teams spent big during the first week of NFL free agency.Not all that money was spent wisely. And not all big signings came with massive price tags. Sorting through the league’s transaction logs this past week we can certainly say some teams made out better than others, while some didn...
Via Sportsnaut
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Aaron Rodgers to T.J. Lang: ‘Thanks for the protection and the memories’

T.J. Lang signed with the Detroit Lions on Sunday, ending his eight-year relationship with the Green Bay Packers. On Monday, Aaron Rodgers, his now former quarterback, took to Twitter to share some thoughts on Lang. Rodgers has been busy on Twitter during this free agency period. On Friday, Rodgers responded to his Packers signing Martellus Bennett with an upbeat tweet. Obviously...
Via Sportsnaut
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Packers to sign Pro Bowl TE Martellus Bennett

Ted Thompson has finally struck on the free agent market. It took a good three years, but the Green Bay Packers’ general manager made a big-time splash on Friday.According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Green Bay has signed former New England Patriots tight end Martellus Bennett. This came out of absolutely nowhere. Bennett had been closely linked to the Oakland Raiders in free agency...
Via Sportsnaut
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Aaron Rodgers fires off ‘fake news’ tweet over contract chatter

The days leading up to NFL free agency have brought on plenty of rumors and reports.And apparently Aaron Rodgers is reading them closely.The Green Bay Packers quarterback caused a minor stir Wednesday, responding to a report that quarterback Mike Glennon could earn a $15 million contract with a brief but telling comment to ESPN Wisconsin radio hosts Jason Wilde and Mark Tauscher...
Via NESN.com
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Rodgers hints he wants new deal if Glennon gets $15 mill

Aaron Rodgers is set to make about $20 million next season between base salary and roster bonuses. If some of the rumors we have been hearing are accurate, that could wind up being just $5 million more than Mike Glennon.Rodgers may ask the Green Bay Packers to do something about that.On Wednesday, Rodgers was asked if Glennon signing a deal worth $15 million annually would inspire...
Via Larry Brown Sports
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Aaron Rodgers calls out NFL for ‘fake news’ with his 40-yard dash time

Every official and unofficial stat sheet you can find from the 2005 NFL Combine indicates Aaron Rodgers ran the 40-yard dash in 4.71 seconds, but for some reason the Green Bay Packers quarterback does not remember it that way.Earlier this week, the NFL’s official Twitter account shared a throwback photo of Rodgers running the 40-yard dash before he was drafted. Rodgers insists...
Via Larry Brown Sports
February 23, 2017  |  Discuss
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