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Packers’ Nick Collins makes it official

It has been nearly three years since Green Bay Packers safety Nick Collins played his last down in green and gold. We all watched in horror as he lay motionless on the ground after trying to make a play. We collectively held our breath as the medical team strapped him to a board and only exhaled when he waved to the crowd to let them know he was okay. But that was the last time we...
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No Huddle Radio – Preseason Part Deux

No Huddle Radio is back with Jason, Kris and Jay to discuss the Packers’ 21-7 win over the St. Louis Rams and the fallout from that win.   Joining the show tonight will be the newest addition to ALLGBP.com, Andy Burch. Andy will be manning the news desk at ALLGBP.com and joining the podcasts in the future. No Huddle Radio is a part of the Packers Talk Radio Network, serving...
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23 hours ago  |  Discuss

Rosterdamus 3.0: Packers 53 Man Roster Prediction Update

It’s been nearly a month to the day since I released my last 53 man roster prediction. Plenty has happened since then.  Jared Abbrederis and Don Barclay have torn their ACLs.  Coly Lyerla hurt his knee as well.  All three players will be put on injured reserve and none of them will be on the 2014 53 man roster.  Jayrone Elliot has flashed potential.  Carl Bradford has disappointed...
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

Packers Therapy: Grasping for Air

With last week’s shakedown cruise behind them, Chris and Dave use Episode 231 to discuss manscaping, the Addams Family, and make multiple references that they find hilarious (but will probably leave you grasping for air). For fun, the guys talk about what Dave saw at the Edward Jones Dome during the Packers preseason win over the Rams, and discuss how the Green Bay roster looks...
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Out of the Pocket: Rodgers Gets A Start

Richard and Kelly discuss the Packers preseason game against the Rams, Aaron Rodgers hot start, the struggling first round picks, Michael Sam, fantasy football and much more. Out of the Pocket is a part of the Packers Talk Radio Network, serving up enough weekly podcasts to satisfy the most fervent of Packer fans. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and subscribe over at iTunes...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Packers 21, Rams 7: Random Thoughts & Musings

Aaron Rodgers could not have said it any better when he described the Green Bay Packers’ 21-7 win over the St. Louis Rams yesterday. “We scored and we stayed healthy,” Rodgers said. ““That’s kind of a perfect preseason game.” Rodgers was almost perfect, as he completed 11-of-13 passes for 128 yards and one touchdown. He led the offense on drives of 80 and 86 yards that...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

What Does it Mean to be a Packers Fan?

What does it mean to be a Green Bay Packers fan? Seems like an odd question to ask, doesn’t it? Yet this is a question that I think about quite often, probably more than I should to be honest. Why, I am not sure. But it something that I find myself pondering more frequently than I probably should. What keeps me coming back to this question is what exactly defines a Packers fan...
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Getting To Know: Datone Jones

Packers Talk Radio Network continues its Player Profile Series for our sponsor Mayfield Sports Marketing with a look at Packers defensive end Datone Jones. The Packers made a big move this week. Ted Thompson traded his third year, 2nd round defensive end, Jerel Worthy, to the Patriots for a 7th round pick. Worthy was the second defensive player selected by Thompson in the 2012...
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Cheesehead Radio: Preseason Happenings with WLUK’s Justin Felder

In an surprise announcement, the Packers and Brett Favre announced the return of the Prodigal Son back into the fold with a 2015 induction ceremony into the PHOF and number retirement ceremony. If there is ANYONE able to sort through the details of this next chapter in perhaps the longest saga in Packer history, its the Cheesehead Radio gang. Joining us for….oh, that’s right…...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

The Packers Offensive Line Face a Stiff Test in the Rams Front Four

  In last Saturday’s opening preseason game, the Packer’s first team offensive line, with the exception of JC Tretter, played just one series before being given a rest. And that’s not surprising considering Aaron Rodgers did not take a single snap. But with Aaron Rodgers set to start this week, the first team offensive line should see significantly more playing time, and they...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Packers Worthy Sadly Never Lived Up To Name

The Green Bay Packers trade with other teams about as often as pigs fly. Typically they are reserved for only for draft day for either a higher pick or more late-round selections. Jerel Worthy started his brief tenure in Green Bay in such a manner. Ted Thompson traded away the team’s fourth round pick to move up 8 spots up in the draft to take him at 51. Not a bad little bit of...
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Packers Therapy: Initial Consult

In their Maiden Voyage on PTRN, Chris and Dave discuss Cubism, Impressionism, Obstetrics and Gynecology, the passing of Robin Williams, and break down the upcoming Emmy’s. Oh, and they also talk about the Packers’ soggy preseason opener against Tennessee and somehow manage to discuss whether Charles Woodson should join the Packers’ other legends whose names are inscribed on...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Update On Key Packers Position Battles

We are about half way through training camp for the Green Bay Packers, so now is a good time to look at who is leading the battles at key positions.  Center: J.C. Tretter seemed to leave no doubt in Green Bay’s first preseason game that the starting center job is his over rookie Corey Linsley. Tretter follows in the footsteps of Scott Wells and Evan Dietrich-Smith as smaller Packer...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

From the Benches: First Impressions

The boys are back with a show that actually involves a football game for them to discuss. The show begins with a brief discussion on the Jordy Nelson hamstring injury, and what encouraged the guys from the first preseason game. Following that, the boys discuss what disappointed them from the first game. The boys go behind the bench this week with a debate on who they would prefer...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Don Barclay Injury Creates Depth Issue

The depth of the Green Bay Packers’ offensive line took a big hit with the loss of Don Barclay this week to a torn ACL. Head coach Mike McCarthy has said before that he believes that this can be the best offensive line during his tenure in Green Bay and you can see why. David Bakhtiari should improve following a promising rookie season and adding more muscle. Bryan Bulaga looked...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Getting To Know: Brandon Bostick

Packers Talk Radio Network continues its Player Profile Series for our sponsor Mayfield Sports Marketing with a look at Packers Tight End Brandon Bostick. The Packers preseason starts tonight against the Tennessee Titans. All of the drills and film study and weight room training will finally reveal itself to be, well, some sort of product on the field; one to build on, critique and...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Ol’ Bag of Donuts: Taking a Turn on Defense

Ol’ Bag of Donuts continue their stay at camp breaking down the Green Bay Packers defense this week. Chris and Adam talk about the depth at an area the team isn’t used to, as well as break down the impact of Big Ol’ Julius will have. But it wouldn’t be a Packers podcast if injuries and a certain southern slingin’ footballer. Ol’ Bag of Donuts  is a part of the Packers...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

PACKERS FOOTBALL FRIDAY: Guys That Have to be Good: Datone Jones

Datone Jones is the one and only returner from last season’s list.  The Packers’ 2013 1st round pick flashed his huge potential during camp and then suffered an ankle injury that, according to the coaching staff, limited his productivity all season long.  I’m actually in favor of a “redshirt” year for defensive linemen, pass rushers and wide receivers so Jones’ lack...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

From The Benches: Favre Returns Home

The boys are back with a new show with some explosive content sure to rock the minds of Packers fans all around. The show begins with the exciting news that Brett Favre is returning to Green Bay for his induction into the Packers Hall of Fame and retiring of his jersey, followed by the unfortunate news of Don Barclay and Jared Abbrederis’ torn ACL’s. The boys go behind the bench...
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

Will Jayrone Elliott be a Flash in the Pan or a Diamond in the Rough?

He was far from the most coveted undrafted free agent the Packers signed after the draft, but up to this point, there hasn’t been an undrafted free agent who has made more of an impression than Jayrone Elliot. At Toledo, where he played defensive end, Elliott had 16 sacks, including 9 his senior season. He earned first team 2013 All-MAC honors, along with Buffalo’s Khalil Mack...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

No Huddle Radio: Packers Bloggers All-Stars – Training Camp Edition

No Huddle Radio comes to you this week with a special All-Star lineup of Packers Bloggers. Jason Perone of ALLGBP.com is joined by special co-hosts Jason Hirschorn of Acme Packing Company and Michelle Bruton of Bleacher Report. Our panel will give you up to date on the latest Training Camp happening and hot topics. And if you haven’t heard (yeah, right), Brett Favre and the...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

5 Guys That Have to be Good: JC Tretter

There are two very simple reasons why JC Tretter needs to be good.  First of all the only player that handles the ball on every play besides Aaron Rodgers is JC Tretter.  More importantly, the shortest distance between 300 pound freaks of nature and the best quarterback in the world just happens to be JC Tretter.  The Green Bay Packers have trotted out Scott Wells, Jeff Saturday...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

Out of the Pocket: Brett Favre Family Night

As Kelly, Colleen and Richard set to record, news breaks that Brett Favre and the Packers will reunite in 2015. They discuss Favre’s legacy, his family, rumors from the mid 90s, totem poles and much more. Kelly’s brother Jay also chimes in to discuss his time working Packers training camp, how the new CBA screwed up Family Night and shares a story about an old Packers punter...
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16 days ago  |  Discuss

Welcome Home Brett Favre

At long last, it will be over. On Monday afternoon, the Packers and the Packers Hall of Fame will make a joint announcement about Brett Favre’s induction into the Packers Hall of Fame in 2015. It is also expected that they will announce that his jersey will also be retired during the 2015-16 season. The news, first reported by ESPN’s Rob Demovsky, was later confirmed by Favre via...
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17 days ago  |  Discuss

With the Injury to Abbrederis, Who Will be the Packers Next Man Up?

The Packers and their fans are used to seeing serious injuries in the preseason. In 2012, starting inside linebacker Desmond Bishop injured his hamstring in a preseason game and never played another down for the Packers. In 2013, starting tackle Bryan Bulaga suffered a torn ACL in the preseason, ending his season. But when the news broke that rookie wide receiver Jared Abbrederis...
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