Month: March 2021

Now Or Never For Nijman

If Jordan Love was the young player most affected by not having any preseason games last summer, Yosh Nijman was a close second. The Packers kept the former undrafted free agent from Virginia Tech on the 53-man roster for the…

Monday Musings: ‘Big Dog’ Returns

Jordan Love has yet to take a snap, and he’s already had a better career with the Packers than the player picked in the first round 40 years before him. That’s because Penn State defensive tackle Bruce Clark actually preferred…

Best Packers In Past 40 Years

It’s that time of the year again. Here’s my updated list of the top 25 Green Bay Packers since 1980. Take a few minutes and enjoy the stroll down memory lane. Feel free to leave a comment. 25-tie] CB Tramon…

Thursday Thoughts: ‘Other’ Corners

You know a TV show is good when I’d rather watch fictitious doctors treat fictitious patients at a fictitious New York hospital than watch March Madness. If you’re looking for something to binge, I highly recommend The Knick on HBO…

Keep Options Open With Rodgers

Mike Silver of NFL Network reported that the Packers are still attempting to restructure or extend Aaron Rodgers’ contract. Why is it taking so long? Perhaps because the two sides want different things. It’s possible the team prefers a minor…

King To Return For Another Season

The Green Bay Packers agreed to terms Tuesday with Kevin King on a one-year contract worth $6 million. Many fans won’t like this move – the debacle against Tampa Bay is still way too fresh – but it does make…

Monday Musings: Runyan’s Potential

The NFL is a business, and once Aaron Jones was re-signed, there was no way Jamaal Williams was going to return for a fifth season in Green Bay. But that doesn’t make his departure any easier to take. Besides being…

Grading Gutekunst In Free Agency

This is the first time in his four forays into free agency that general manager Brian Gutekunst didn’t sign a player within the first 24 hours. That’s probably because this is the first time the Packers were actually over the…

Thursday Thoughts: 2017 Draft

Tramon Williams retired from the National Football League this week, and while the highly-respected cornerback won’t be going to Canton, his two interceptions in the 2010 postseason will be enshrined in the hearts and minds of fans forever. In less…

Smith Now Has Incentive To Improve

Preston Smith reported to training camp overweight last summer, and his play on the field for much of the fall was uninspired, undisciplined, and unproductive. So what price did he pay for being among the least effective starting outside linebackers…

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