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Green Bay’s Next Great Guard?

Third-round pick Sean Rhyan usually found a way to get the job done at left tackle in college, but tape suggests his future is at right guard in the National Football league. That’s where the former UCLA star spent the majority of his time during the mandatory minicamp last week, and it’s where he figures […]

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Monday Musings: Mr. Unselfish

The Packers will hold three more OTAs this week, and then things will get very quiet until training camp begins in late July. Enjoy the break because things are going to get hectic very soon. Anyway, here are some more Packers-related thoughts that ran through my mind in recent days: 1) Not only is A.J. […]

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Thursday Thoughts: Happy Anniversary

The January 6 hearings begin later today, so get ready to hear the words “Green Bay sweep” mentioned repeatedly. Only this time, it won’t refer to the beautifully designed and executed run that helped the Packers dominate the 1960s. Instead, it will refer to the strategy used by Donald Trump in an attempt to keep […]

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Monday Musings: Tom Terrific

It’s disappointing to see any player skip voluntary workouts, but it’s especially disappointing in the case of Sammy Watkins. The Packers threw a life jacket to a player whose career was underwater, but he didn’t grab it. And while the veteran receiver can make the coaches forget about his absences in May and June with […]

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It’s Time To Worry About Bakhtiari

It wasn’t shocking to find out David Bakhtiari will be sitting out offseason workouts, but it was still troubling. After resting his bothersome left knee for five months, it would’ve been nice to see the perennial All-Pro taking snaps with the starters rather than rehabbing with players who were injured many months after he suffered […]

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Unsigned Lazard Faces Deadline

General manager Brian Gutekunst placed a second-round tender worth $3.986 million on restricted free agent Allen Lazard on Mar. 15, and while the veteran wide receiver still hasn’t signed the tender, the status quo won’t last for much longer. If Lazard doesn’t put pen to paper by June 15, Green Bay can cut his salary […]

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Thursday Thoughts: More Nickel

The Packers signed both of their No. 1 picks on May 6. That’s a far cry from the days – not too long ago – when the biggest story in late July was whether a team’s top pick would report to training camp on time. The National Football League doesn’t always do things to improve […]

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Rodgers’ Absence Is Inexcusable

The Green Bay Packers began Organized Team Activities on Monday, and even though OTAs are 100% voluntary, 80 of 88 players showed up. Granted, it took sizeable bonuses to get some of them to make the trip to Wisconsin in late May, but they were there. One of the few no-shows, as expected, was Aaron […]

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Thursday Thoughts: Elgton’s Next

The Packers just signed a long snapper who didn’t do that job last season for Georgia Tech and only snapped for extra points and field goals from 2018 to 2020. Jack Coco must’ve had one heck of a rookie minicamp. He’ll now compete with Steven Wirtel for at least the next few months. Here are […]

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Monday Musings: Tyler Goodson

The amount of money being paid to announcers is mind-boggling. Aside from Howard Cosell in the 70s and maybe John Madden in the 80s and 90s, does anybody watch a game because of who’s in the booth? I’d tune into Kansas City versus Buffalo if Beavis and Butthead were the broadcasters. Anyway, here are a […]

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