Corey Linsley

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…

Monday Musings: Defensive Talent

It was difficult to pay attention to the Super Bowl for a couple of reasons. The first were the two teams playing. Choosing between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers is like choosing between a root canal…

$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…

Time To Lock Up Linsley

Now that the dust has settled on free agency and the draft, general manager Ted Thompson should think long and hard about extending the contract of center Corey Linsley. Prior to the start of the regular season would be the perfect time to…

Positional Analysis: Center

This is the eighth of a 14-part series examining each position going into the offseason. Starter (B): Corey Linsley returned from a hamstring injury just in time to rescue the Packers. The former Buckeye moved off the PUP list and into…