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Eddie Lacy may weigh around 260 pounds

Eddie Lacy has really let himself go. The Green Bay Packers running back may be pushing 260 pounds, if one estimate is to be believed. Rob Reischel, writing for the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, estimated that Lacy is at least 25 pounds heavier than his listed weight of 234 pounds, saying that it’s difficult to tell the difference between Lacy and 301-pound enter Corey Linsley...
Via Larry Brown Sports
February 05, 2016  |  Discuss

Packers C Corey Linsley still improving in second NFL season

There has hardly been a moment to pause and admire the job Corey Linsley has done at center since he got the starting job with the Packers last season. A fifth-round pick in last year's draft, Linsley started all 16 games as a rookie.Through four games this season, Linsley is still holding on to the starting job and doing just fine. In fact, he's bubbling with potential to be even...
Via FOX Sports
October 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Corey Linsley is Dominating at Green Bay Packers Training Camp

Corey Linsley had one hell of a rookie season. But as good as he was a season ago, thus far in the first few days of the Green Bay Packers Training camp, he has looked even better. The 2014 fifth-round draft choice emerged as the team’s starting center a year ago, after an injury to J.C. Tretter forced him into the lineup, and it appears he is making the leap that head coach Mike...
Via The Packers Guru
August 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Green Bay Packers center Corey Linsley made bank on bonuses last season

One of the most underrated offensive linemen in the NFL is Green Bay Packers center Corey Linsley. In fact, the former Buckeye made the second most in performance-based bonuses in the league this season… AROUND COVER32 First and 10: The 10 best value free agent signings so far in 2015 Bold Predictions: Five things that will happen during the second wave of NFL free agency This...
Via cover32
March 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Corey Linsley: Why Green Bay Packers’ Top Rookie Should Get to Pro Bowl

Ted Thompson has made a lot of great draft picks. But when it comes to the offensive line, Corey Linsley may be the best pick he’s ever made. Linsley, a fifth-round selection out of Ohio State, was thrust into the starting lineup in Week One thanks to an injury to J.C. Tretter, who the Packers had groomed all off season to be their starter. It was thought that Linsley would have...
Via The Packers Guru
December 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Corey Linsley Staking Claim to Green Bay Packers’ Starting Center Job

Players shouldn’t lose their job to injury. But, in the NFL and other professional sports leagues it happens all the time and after the way that Corey Linsley has played for the Green Bay Packers in his first two starts at center in place of the injured J.C. Tretter, it may happen again. Don’t get me wrong, I think that Tretter is a solid player. The Packers planned all offseason...
Via The Packers Guru
September 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Weekly Rewind: Top Packer-themed fantasy team names, Corey Linsley, Seahawks fans’ looks, more

In case you missed it: Columns from the cover32 universe to catch up on anything and everything from the Green Bay Packers this week. Green Bay Packers - RECAP: Which bubble players made a case for themselves against Kansas City (READ) - The top 5 Packer-themed fantasy football team names (READ) - MAILBAG: Is Corey Linsley ready for Seattle? (READ) - Female Friday: No way do...
Via cover32
August 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Mailbag: Is Linsley ready to start vs. Seattle?

With Tretter going down last week and so little time to prepare Corey Linsley for the Seattle Seahawks on opening night, wouldn’t the Packers be better off shifting one of their veteran offensive lineman over to the center role for at least that game, and give Linsley more time to prepare? - Jay from Chicago, Ill. It’s possible, but Linsley should be relatively prepared by the...
Via cover32 - Packers
August 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Packers Rookie Bonds With Young Kid At Training Camp, Buys Him New Bike

Green Bay Packers rookie center Corey Linsley made a special training camp tradition even more memorable this season for one young fan. For decades now, the Packers have carried on the tradition of riding children’s bicycles from Lambeau Field to their practice field, which is located across the street. The time a player spends with a local kid might be brief, but it didn’t...
Via NESN.com
August 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Packers' Linsley befriends local kid with sick mother, buys him bike

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- It's one of the most unique training camp traditions in the NFL: Green Bay Packers players riding local kids' bicycles from Lambeau Field to the practice field across the street. This year, it took on a special twist for one Packers rookie. On the second day of practice, center Corey Linsley was asked by a boy named Travis if he would choose his bicycle. Linsley...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
August 04, 2014  |  Discuss
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