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5 Quick Things: Savage Update

The Packers held their 11th practice of training camp earlier today. Here are the five most newsworthy items from August 8: 1) As first speculated, Darnell Savage’s hamstring injury is not serious. The veteran safety could miss a few weeks of practice, but he should be good to go for the opener. That’s a relief […]

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Players & Coaches

Help Still Needed At Receiver

The Packers don’t have a No. 1 or even a No. 2 wide receiver, and at least until Robert Tonyan returns from a serious knee suffered last November, they also don’t possess a starting-caliber tight end. Fortunately, none of this will be a problem in the regular season. With a solid line, two good running […]

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Players & Coaches

Notes: Packers Sign Veteran Punter

The Packers kept making moves as free agency officially began on Wednesday afternoon. The following is an instant analysis: 🏈 PAT O’DONNELL SIGNS 2-YEAR DEAL  On Thursday, the Packers signed free agent Pat O’Donnell to a two-year deal worth $4 million. The former Bear will be the team’s fifth different punter since 2016. In eight […]

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Players & Coaches

King Aaron Ruling Over Packers

As the football world anxiously awaits Aaron Rodgers’ decision, it’s impossible to know just how much influence the back-to-back MVP currently wields in the Packers’ organization. But it’s safe to say he’s more powerful than ever before. Last summer, the Packers had all the leverage in their negotiations with Rodgers. He was under contract for […]

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Players & Coaches

Monday Musings: Friends of 12

Co-director of player personnel John Wojciechowski is one of at least four finalists for the GM job in Pittsburgh. He’s the first front office executive even to be interviewed by another team since Brian Gutekunst in 2018. Wojciechowski isn’t considered the favorite, but his ties to the organization should help. He was a player personnel […]

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Previews & Reviews

10 Quick Things: GB vs. SF

After rewatching Saturday night’s playoff game against the 49ers, here are 10 things worth knowing:   OFFENSE 1) If Saturday night was the last game quarterback Aaron Rodgers ever plays for the Packers, the soon-to-be four-time MVP ended his spectacular run with one of the worst performances of his postseason career. Rodgers put up decent […]

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Players & Coaches

Potential Impact Of Returning Stars

The Packers clinched the No. 1 seed in the NFC and compiled the best record in the league despite playing without three All-Pros and their starting center for most of the season. With their playoffs set to begin in two and a half weeks, there’s at least a chance that corner Jaire Alexander, left tackle […]

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Players & Coaches

Thursday Thoughts: Another Injury

The money being paid to college football coaches is crazy. Michigan State’s Mel Tucker just signed a 10-year deal worth $95 million. He’s been a head coach for three seasons and has a career record of 17-14. Bill Belichick has won six Super Bowls with the Patriots and is making roughly the same $9.5 million […]

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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. ARZ

After rewatching Thursday night’s game against Arizona, here are 10 things worth knowing:   OFFENSE 1) If Thursday night was Elgton Jenkins’ last start at left tackle, he left on a very high note. The Pro Bowl guard made Chandler Jones all but disappear. The star edge rusher, who had five sacks in a game […]

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