Devin Funchess

Monday Musings: Love’s Debut

It was great to see fans back at Lambeau Field on Saturday night, but I can’t help but think Green Bay had a pretty nice advantage playing in empty stadiums last season. Lambeau is the most iconic stadium in the…

Funchess Could Be Odd Man Out

Things have sure changed at wide receiver since the summer of 2019. Back then, the battle for the No. 5 job was between street free agent Jake Kumerow, return specialist Trevor Davis, and disappointing draft pick J’Mon Moore. Flash forward…

Funchess Agrees To Pay Cut

Wide receiver Devin Funchess, who opted out of last season due to the coronavirus, has agreed to a $750,000 pay cut and will return to the Green Bay Packers in 2021. Funchess hasn’t played a snap in the NFL since…

Thursday Thoughts: Funchess’ Future

The football season officially ended in Tampa on Sunday, but for me, it ended two weeks earlier at Lambeau Field. Since then, I’ve been binge-watching a great show called Halt and Catch Fire on Netflix, and of course, thinking about…

Best Available Wide Receivers

Despite ending last season with only one wide receiver catching more than 35 passes, general manager Brian Gutekunst decided to bypass the position in the draft. His only addition was free agent Devin Funchess, who chose to opt-out due to…

$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…