The Green Bay Packers are in the midst of a worrisome case of the injury bug heading into week four of the NFL season. But be it good fortune, a smartly built roster, or perhaps a little of both the Packers are weathering the storm with little need for outside help.
Later today or tomorrow ( by 3 P.M. Central) we will learn the final makeup of 53-man roster which will open the season for the Green Bay Packers at Chicago on Sunday, September 13. Today, with a full body of work now in the books, we roll out our final Version 3.0.
Tomorrow at 11 o’clock AM the Green Bay Packers will convene their “Annual Meeting of the Shareholders of Green Bay Packers, Inc.” at Lambeau Field with approximately 20,000 exuberant owners and guests in attendance.
The Green Bay Packers and their fans rolled out the red carpet for their former quarterback Brett Favre this past weekend and it couldn’t have gone much better. Except for one matter that made the Packers look small.
Approaching the 2013 NFL Draft General Manager Ted Thompson was faced with needs at the key positions of defensive line and running back and a philosophy of taking the best players available. Thompson seemed to accomplish both.
If you took a poll of Packers fans you will find that they are divided on how well Zook will coordinate special teams. There are those who see Zook as just another McCarthy buddy who didn’t make much of a difference last year when he was an assistant. Others look at his coaching body of work and come away impressed.
With the arrest and jailing of TE Andrew Quarless over the weekend in Miami there is a real chance that the Green Bay Packers could be minus three preferred starters for the opening of the 2015 campaign against the Bears.
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