Kevin King

Players & Coaches

And Then There Were Three

Free agency officially began on Mar. 16 with 14 members of the Packers hitting the open market. Only three players remain unsigned four weeks later – offensive tackle Dennis Kelly, cornerback Kevin King, and defensive lineman Tyler Lancaster. Kelly started five games last season, including the divisional-round loss to the 49ers, and while he played […]

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Players & Coaches

Free Agency Preview: Kevin King

Over the next several weeks, I will analyze each of the Packers’ unrestricted free agents by revisiting their 2021 seasons, assessing why they should or should not be re-signed, projecting possible contract terms, and making a prediction on whether or not the player will return in 2022. Next up in the series, cornerback Kevin King […]

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Previews & Reviews

10 Quick Things: GB vs. BAL

After rewatching Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens, here are 10 things worth knowing:   OFFENSE 1) Aside from missing throws to Davante Adams early and Allen Lazard late, Aaron Rodgers (23 of 31 for 268 yards and three touchdowns) was masterful. The Ravens generated plenty of pressure, but the future first-ballot Hall of Famer stayed […]

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Previews & Reviews

10 Quick Things: GB vs. SEA

After rewatching Sunday’s game against the Seattle Seahawks, here are 10 things worth knowing: OFFENSE 1) Aaron Rodgers played like a quarterback coming off a bout with COVID who didn’t practice for a couple of weeks. He was unusually inaccurate and underthrew a few passes, including a 41-yard completion to Marquez Valdes-Scantling that should’ve been […]

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Previews & Reviews

10 Quick Things: GB vs. KC

After rewatching Sunday’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs, here are 10 things worth knowing: OFFENSE 1) While Jordan Love did nothing in his first start to make the Packers feel confident in his ability to succeed Aaron Rodgers in 2022, he wasn’t nearly as bad as some will suggest. When given time in the […]

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Previews & Reviews

10 Quick Things: GB vs. CIN

After rewatching Sunday’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals, here are 10 things worth knowing:   OFFENSE 1) It’s understandable why Aaron Rodgers throws so many passes to Davante Adams. The All-Pro wide receiver is a special player who tortured the Bengals’ secondary for 68 minutes. Still, targeting the former Fresno State star on nearly half […]

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Previews & Reviews

10 Quick Things: GB vs. NO

After rewatching Sunday’s game against the New Orleans Saints, here are 10 things worth knowing:   OFFENSE 1) Elgton Jenkins was terrific in his first start at left tackle. He moved defenders in the run game and was nearly flawless in protection. Marcus Davenport is a very talented young pass rusher, and he couldn’t figure […]

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Players

Corners Are The Key To D

The Packers have been a good defensive team exactly one time since winning Super Bowl XLV. In 2014, that side of the ball surrendered only 19.2 points per game in the second half of a season that shouldn’t have ended in the NFC title game. You don’t have to be Sherlock Holmes or even Inspector […]

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Off The Field

Packers Take Road Less Traveled

Robert Frost would absolutely love the Green Bay Packers’ offseason because the team has certainly taken the road less traveled. Aside from re-signing Pro Bowl running back Aaron Jones, nothing coach Matt LaFleur and GM Brian Gutekunst have done the past few months has been conventional. Whether that’ll make “all the difference” remains to be […]

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Players

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 Max. Anyway, here are three of the numerous Packers-related thoughts that ran through my head […]

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