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07/26/2017

Brett Hundley

Holding On To Hundley

It’s easy to opine that Green Bay should trade Brett Hundley for a high pick, but unless the backup quarterback plays well during the regular season, that’s probably not going to happen. Even if the former UCLA star has a great August, it’s hard to imagine any team making GM Ted Thompson an offer he

Observations From The Offseason

The Packers concluded their offseason program with last week’s three-day minicamp. GM Ted Thompson spent the past few months replacing veterans lost to free agency and fixing the secondary, with an eye on getting back to the Super Bowl for the first time since 2010. The new-look roster will reconvene in five weeks for training camp. Here

Positional Analysis: Quarterback

This is the first of a 14-part series examining each position going into the offseason. Starter (A+): Aaron Rodgers struggled a bit early, but ended the season playing the position about as well as it’s ever been played. New England’s Tom Brady will likely win the Lombardi Trophy and Atlanta’s Matt Ryan will probably win the MVP, but

Hundley’s Time To Shine

Scott Tolzien signed with Indy for a number of reasons, but none was bigger than to get away from Brett Hundley, Green Bay’ second-year quarterback who showed so much promise last summer. In fact, it was obvious two weeks into camp that the former UCLA star was going to be Aaron Rodgers’ backup in 2016.

Best Moves Of 2015

Now that another Packers’ season has come to an end, it’s once again time to look back at the best moves made by GM Ted Thompson in the past calendar year. 1) SIGNING JAMES JONES – Bringing back the veteran wide receiver may have seemed like a no-brainer, but hey, you’d be surprised by how many

High And Lows Of Camp

Now that training camp and the preseason is mercifully over, let’s take a look back at some of the highs and some of the lows from the past six weeks: Biggest surprises (players): Former UCLA star Brett Hundley was the most impressive rookie quarterback I’ve seen in over three decades of following the Packers… Third-round pick

Tale Of The Tape: GB vs. PHI

After “studying the tape” (that sounds a heck of a lot better than “turning on the computer”), here are 14 additional thoughts from yesterday’s game against the Eagles: 1) Brett Hundley didn’t play as well as his gaudy numbers would suggest, but all things considered, it was a good night for the rookie quarterback. The

Tale Of The Tape: GB vs. NE

After “studying the tape” (that sounds a heck of a lot better than “turning on the computer”), here are 12 additional thoughts from last night’s game against New England: 1) If excelling on special teams is his ticket to the 53-man roster, rookie fullback Aaron Ripkowski might want to start looking for a home in

Barclay Continues To Struggle

Other than Aaron Rodgers throwing 19 passes, Thursday night was a typical first preseason game. It’s hard to judge young players due to the level of competition they’re facing, but I’m going to give it a try. Here’s my review of Green Bay’s 22-11 win over the Patriots: -The Packers better hope David Bakhtiari and

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