Robert Tonyan

Players & Coaches

Notes: Douglas Inks New Deal

The Packers are staying busy as free agency heads into its second week. The following is an instant analysis of the latest moves: 🏈 RASUL DOUGLAS SIGNS 3-YEAR DEAL Rasul Douglas spent only 86 days with Green Bay last year, but he made quite an impression. The veteran corner, signed off Arizona’s practice squad in […]

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Players & Coaches

Free Agency Preview: Robert Tonyan

Over the past few weeks, I have been analyzing 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, Robert Tonyan […]

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Players & Coaches

If I Were The GM: 2022 Offseason

I‘ll preface what’s next by saying it’s a heck of a lot easier making decisions when there are no ramifications. Unlike the people who work for the Green Bay Packers, my life isn’t affected by how many games the team wins or loses in any given year. With that out of the way, here’s what […]

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Players & Coaches

3 Must-Keep Players If 12 Returns

The Green Bay Packers have 14 unrestricted free agents (Davante Adams, Corey Bojorquez, Oren Burks, De’Vondre Campbell, Rasul Douglas, Dennis Kelly, Kevin King, Tyler Lancaster, Whitney Mercilus, Lucas Patrick, Equanimeous St. Brown, Chandon Sullivan, Robert Tonyan, and Marquez Valdes-Scantling), but there are only three they absolutely must retain in order to compete for the Super […]

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Players & Coaches

Sometimes Injuries Are An Excuse

Injuries are never an excuse is a phrase we hear all the time when it comes to sports, but it’s simply not true. There are times when injuries are very much an excuse, and 13 days ago in the divisional round of the playoffs was one of those times. Let’s be clear, injuries didn’t make […]

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Previews & Reviews

10 Quick Things: GB vs. WAS

After rewatching Sunday’s game against Washington, here are 10 things worth knowing:   OFFENSE 1) Quarterback Aaron Rodgers didn’t put up gaudy numbers (27 of 35 for 274 yards), but he was outstanding against Washington. He took what the defense was giving and used both his feet and mind to make positive plays while under […]

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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

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 be had, but it appears the Packers will be relying on holdovers and the upcoming […]

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Players

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 Ron Wolf with each passing year. Anyway, here are three of the many Packers-related thoughts […]

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