“Paul Ott Carruth”, a former player and coach who wishes to remain anonymous, breaks down the Packers’ issues on the defensive side of the ball.
There are arguably eight defensive linemen worth keeping on the Packers roster this season, but can they really afford to keep both Jolly and Boyd around?
Johnny Jolly made an impact in last night’s game. But will the Big Play potential be enough to make the team? History suggests he will need to prove himself on more than just a few plays a game.
The Packers’ first round pick is busy in Los Angeles working out and getting ready for his first NFL training camp.
Opinons differ on UCLA defensive linemen Datone Jones whether he’s able to fit in the Green Bay Packers’ defensive system.
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 Packers let defensive end Cullen Jenkins walk in free agency following the Super Bowl win. Two years later, the hole he left remains along the defensive line.
The issues that plagued the Packers defense in 2011 are the same ones that appeared in the Packers’ season opening loss to the 49ers, and defensive coordinator Dom Capers is to blame.
Charles Woodson returned to the practice field Tuesday for the start of Packers’ minicamp, but little was learned about any changes we’ll see in his role for 2012.
To keep up with spread-out offenses in the NFL, the Packers could be looking at using defensive players in specialty roles that fit their skill set.
Nick Perry appears to be the ideal candidate to man the hybrid end/outside linebacker position in a hybrid 3-4/4-3 defense.
Green Bay gets Michigan State defensive tackle Jerel Worthy in King’s annual mock draft.
The MAC defensive player of the year will be in Green Bay Thursday for an official visit.
Thompson should give Neal one last shot at proving he belongs on the Packers roster.
According to a report from Pro Football Weekly, Green Bay may be ready to move on from the 24-year-old defensive end.
The Raiders reportedly agreed to a deal with the free-agent pass-rusher Friday.
ESPN’s draft analyst gave the Packers a defensive player in the each of the first two rounds.
Packers’ free-agent target Dave Tollefson finished his visit with the Raiders Tuesday and is now on to Tennessee.
Free agent Dave Tollefson left Green Bay without a deal and now has other visits planned.