Feeling just a little anxious as the free agents keep bypassing the Frozen Tundra, bringing offseason Super Bowl championships all over the NFL? C.D. Angeli reminds you the Signing of the Year is on the horizon, and its all about the Packers.
The Packers have bid farewell to several popular veterans in order to save salary cap space. CD Angeli looks at the rest of the roster and analyzes who might be the next most likely players to leave Titletown in 2013.
Ted Thompson may have written the book on how to build a Super Bowl team through the draft, but he may want to read Belichick’s book on how to maintain that team after you’ve won it.
Last night, Packer Nation was sent back in time to 2008, unleashing the anger and frustration with Brett Favre, despite Rodgers’ apparent olive branch offered last night at the NFL Honors Awards Show. Do we have to accept Favre back?
The exposure of the Packers’ 3-4 defense against the read-option offense has some folks calling for a switch to a 4-3 scheme. It’s time to quit worrying about the scheme and start worrying about the kind of players we are bringing in.
The love affair between the Baltimore faithful and Ray Lewis was awe-inspiring today in his final game in front of his home fans. Donald Driver deserved a send-off far more befitting his accomplishments and bond with Packer Nation than what he got.
The Packers have a playoff spot sealed up, but McCarthy is putting the pedal to the metal and keeping his starters in. CD Angeli couldn’t agree more.
Yahoo! Sports NFL writer and unabashed Twitter personality @MikeSilver sits down with the Cheesehead Radio gang and talks about everything in the NFL…including his famous quote following the Fail Mary debacle!
The Pro Bowl has become an afterthought in the sports world, an event of such insignificance we gloss over the selection of benched players without a second thought. Time to replace it with something else.
Mike McCarthy has vowed not to “play scared” when it comes to protecting Randall Cobb in the return game. CD Angeli believes McCarthy is thinking with his heart, and not his head.
As the Packers prepare to tee it up with the Titans at noon today, CD Angeli offers his random thoughts on the team and the NFC North.
ESPN Milwaukee’s Bill Johnson (@BJohnson613) joins the @CheeseheadRadio Crew LIVE tonight at 8:00CST to talk all things Packers!
The Bears have everything going against them today. The Packers seem thrive in situations like that. The Packers can take a deep breath the rest of the regular season with a win. Does that make anyone else nervous?
Listen to a great Packers podcast with Sean Jensen of the Chicago Sun-Times as the gang talks about Bearmageddon this upcoming Sunday.
The Lions represent the worst of what the Packers could be: a team loaded with talent but fraught with focus, discipline, and maturity issues. The Packers need to play their game and regard the Lions as nothing more than what they are: a distraction.
Packer Nation’s hearts are with Chiefs Nation on this day, following a tragedy that hit far too close to fans’ hearts. C.D. Angeli examines the role of fan relationships with players in the light of this sad event.
Mike McCarthy has taken a team with its back against the wall to the top of the division…again. Can he maintain this momentum throughout the final six games and into the playoffs against teams with every reason to win?
If you’re one of those folks screaming for Mason Crosby to get cut, I have news for you: it’s not happening soon. However, Crosby needs to fix what’s wrong or the definition of “soon” will change very quickly.
Evan Dietrich-Smith has battled back from the unemployment line, and finds himself at the eye of the storm on the offensive line. The road ahead of him may be just as tough as the road it took to get here.