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08/16/2018

Eddie Lacy

Lacy’s Weight Begins

General manager Ted Thompson has already extended one key potential free agent and he’s almost certain to try to lock down another before the end of the regular season, but don’t hold your breath waiting for Eddie Lacy to be that player. Despite working with noted personal trainer Tony Horton in the offseason, Lacy still appears to

How Ted Spends His Money

Thanks to the huge contracts given to Aaron Rodgers and Clay Matthews in the past few years, it should come as no surprise that quarterback (12.97%) and linebacker (23.44%) account for over a third of the Packers’ 2016 salary cap. Here’s a complete breakdown of the other positions on the current 90-man roster: defensive back

10 Questions Heading Into Camp

Training camp is only a few days away, and few teams are more stable than Green Bay heading into the 2016 season. General manager Ted Thompson and head coach Mike McCarthy have been together for over a decade, quarterback Aaron Rodgers has been running the offense for nine years and the defensive staff – aside

What’s Lacy Worth?

The Cincinnati Bengals gave Giovani Bernard a three-year extension worth $15.5 million last week. Why is that important to the Packers? Because Eddie Lacy, another running back selected in the second round of the 2013 draft, will be looking for a new deal of his own between now and the start of free agency next

Notes: Packers Swap Young QBs

The Packers exchanged backup quarterbacks on Thursday. Undrafted free agent Marquise Williams was signed to a three-year deal and Ryan Williams was released. In the big picture, this late May transaction will probably mean absolutely nothing come early September. But in the short term, it makes some sense. Adding Ryan Williams in January was a

10 Most Irreplaceable Packers

We all found out in a preseason game against the Steelers last August just how important one player can be to the fortunes of a football team. With that in mind, here’s a look at the 10 most irreplaceable Packers heading into next week’s draft: 1) AARON RODGERS – Absolutely no surprise here. In fact, No. 12

Packers Ready To Run

The Packers will never run the ball 40 times a game with Aaron Rodgers at quarterback, but if they’re ever going to be truly dominant on the ground, this would be the year. The talented and experienced offensive line will be together for what figures to be its final season and the No. 1 halfback will be determined to

No Excuse For This Mess

Green Bay’s offense has been terrible for the better part of the past two and a half months. Aside from an unexpectedly strong showing against Minnesota in week 11, the Packers have struggled mightily to move the ball in their other eight games since beginning the season 6-0. And it’s not like they’ve been playing

Better Late Than Never

The Packers offense was far from a juggernaut  in Sunday’s win over Dallas, but it definitely showed signs of life with Mike McCarthy calling plays for the first time since last January. And while it took the head coach way too long to do the right thing, at least he realized his mistake before it

Do You Believe In Miracles?

When’s the last time fans of a 7-4 team felt so good about beating a 4-7 team by four points? When that 7-4 team was coming off a miserable six weeks and trailed 20-0 in the third quarter. In one of the most improbable endings in franchise history, Green Bay beat Detroit 27-23 on a walk-off Hail Mary pass

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