Daryn Colledge, a rock in Green Bay's lineup during his five seasons with the team, was allowed to sign with Arizona after helping the Packers win a Super Bowl. Plus, injury reports and more from Wednesday.
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Daryn Colledge had never been the player asked to do the conference call with the opposing team's local media. After all, as the offensive lineman who protected Brett Favre for two years and Aaron Rodgers for three seasons during his time with the Packers, Colledge wasn't exactly highly requested for those types of interviews.
Now in his second year with...
The Arizona Cardinals are in a real jam on the offensive line as they look to replace Levi Brown at left tackle after he was lost to a season-ending injury.
D.J. Young got the first crack at replacing him in the preseason game last Thursday at Tennessee but he struggled mightily. That led the club to try DAnthony Batiste, and he did a little bit better and now appears to have...
Three Fat Guys wine. It's a silly name for a pricey bottle of cabernet sauvignon, but that's exactly the way that these three NFL offensive linemen like it.
Daryn Colledge, Tony Moll and Jason Spitz -- all of whom were drafted by the Green Bay Packers in 2006 -- spent the past several years working to create their very own wine label. With business opportunities now coming...
Cardinals left guard Daryn Colledge restructured his contract recently, clearing over $2.3 million in cap space, a league source confirmed on Monday. Signed to a five-year, $27.5 million contract last August, Colledge was scheduled to receive a base salary of $3.8 million with a cap number of $5.5 million for the upcoming season. Colledge agreed to lower his base salary to $700,000...
BOISE, Idaho – Daryn and Megan Colledge have announced a $150,000 donation to the Boise State Athletic Department. Colledge is a former offensive tackle for the Broncos (2002-05) and currently starts at left guard for the Arizona Cardinals.
Outside the huddle: Daryn Colledge talks about being from Alaska, Christmas.
Cardinals guard Daryn Colledge says the Cardinals are in a very similar situation to that of the Packers just a few years ago.
LG Daryn Colledge suffered a concussion and didn't return against the Vikings, FS Kerry Rhodes suffered a serious injury to his left foot and much more inside.
Arizona Cardinals left guard Daryn Colledge left the game Sunday against Minnesota after suffering a blow to the head.
Colledge left the game in the third quarter and the team said he was out for the rest of the game. D'Anthony Batiste entered the game to replace him.
There was no immediate word on the severity of his injury.
The Cardinals also lost safety Kerry Rhodes to...
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October 09, 2011