Aaron Jones

Thursday Thoughts: Great Company

I finally have the time to do extensive scouting reports on new players, so I should’ve known GM Brian Gutekunst wouldn’t sign a single free agent in the first three weeks of free agency. There are still some bargains to…

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…

Jones Agrees To $48M Extension

Only hours before Aaron Jones was set to become an unrestricted free agent, the Green Bay Packers held firm and were still able to extend their Pro Bowl running back. The deal is for four years and worth up to…

Gutekunst Made Right Call On Jones

The Packers must’ve thought long and hard about using the franchise tag on Aaron Jones, the team’s best running back since Ahman Green. The cost wasn’t unreasonable ($8.6 million), and the offense is clearly better with No. 33 on the…

Monday Musings: Tonyan & Analytics

General manager Brian Gutekunst spoke to the press for 15 minutes on Tuesday, and he paid homage to the late Ted Thompson by saying nothing of interest. If you’re a fan over 40, you probably miss the far more loquacious…

Thursday Thoughts: King’s Worth

Well, I guess I’m still not quite over the NFC championship game that was played almost a month ago. If I were, seeing how bitterly cold it’s been in Green Bay, Wisconsin recently wouldn’t piss me off so much. Who…

$ome Big Decisions Coming

General manager Brian Gutekunst didn’t have many difficult decisions to make in regard to his own free agents the past three offseasons, but that will change in 2021. Five of the Packers’ best players and potential No. 2 wide receiver…

Pre-Camp Preview: Running Backs

This is the second in a series of position-by-position previews of the Green Bay Packers following the OTAs and minicamps. Training camp begins on July 26. JOEL BOUAGNON – His college tape is so impressive you wonder how the former…

More Challenges Await Sirmans

Being a position coach in the National Football League is a tough job. It’s even tougher when the position you coach consistsĀ of five rookies and a three-year vet who didn’t even play the position until last October. Welcome to your…

Production Rules On Day 3

It took about 40 hours and three rounds, but GM Ted Thompson finally drafted players who produced better in pads than they did in shorts. Vince Biegel and Jamaal Williams won’t win any beauty contests, but they’ll help the Packers…

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