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All Entries in the "Secondary" Category

Packers Lose Free Agent CB Pat Lee to Oakland Raiders

Packers Lose Free Agent CB Pat Lee to Oakland Raiders

Free agent cornerback Pat Lee signed with the Oakland Raiders Wednesday, re-uniting with Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie.

Jarrett Bush Re-Signs With Packers on Three-Year Deal

Jarrett Bush Re-Signs With Packers on Three-Year Deal

The Packers re-signed cornerback Jarrett Bush to a three-year deal Tuesday.

Packers Minute: Secondary Takes a Step Backwards

Packers Minute: Secondary Takes a Step Backwards

After a fantastic season in 2010, several members of the Packers defensive backfield regressed more than many expected.

Fundamentals Key To Improved Secondary

Fundamentals Key To Improved Secondary

Whichever team gets improved play at the safety position compared to the last time the two teams met should have a much better chance of winning this Sunday's game at Lambeau Field.

Packers Podcast: Calvin Johnson Is Key Matchup with Packers Secondary

Packers Podcast: Calvin Johnson Is Key Matchup with Packers Secondary

Bart Winkler of K107 in Fond du Lac and Brian Carriveau preview the Thanksgiving Day game between the Packers and the Lions.

Perry Can Stress Simple Correction

Perry Can Stress Simple Correction

Packers safeties coach Darren Perry can help facilitate a turnaround in the secondary by stressing one very simple correction with his guys.

X's & O's: Cover 3

X's & O's: Cover 3

"Paul Ott Carruth", a former player and coach who wishes to remain anonymous, breaks down various aspects of Cover 3 coverage.

X's & O's: "It's A Trap!" Williams' INT

X's & O's: "It's A Trap!" Williams' INT

"Paul Ott Carruth", an anonymous former player and coach, breaks down Tramon Williams' interception and has a few thoughts regarding the defense overall.

X's & O's: Cover 2 - Much More Than You Think

X's & O's: Cover 2 - Much More Than You Think

"Paul Ott Carruth", an anonymous former player and coach, breaks down the many different aspects of what is known as Cover 2.

X's & O's: Decker's TD Reception

X's & O's: Decker's TD Reception

"Paul Ott Carruth", an anonymous former player and coach, breaks down the first touchdown pass given up by the Packers on Sunday.

Time For Shields To Toughen Up

Time For Shields To Toughen Up

Sam Shields is tied for the league lead in missed tackles - and hasn't displayed a whole lot of "want to" when it comes to contact.

X's & O's: Busted Coverage? Maybe Not

X's & O's: Busted Coverage? Maybe Not

"Paul Ott Carruth", an anonymous former player and coach, breaks down the Bears' 32 yard touchdown pass to Kellen Davis.

Williams Has A Chance To Play; Neal Has Surgery

Williams Has A Chance To Play; Neal Has Surgery

Mike McCarthy told reporters today that cornerback Tramon Williams has a chance to play on Sunday, while defensive end Mike Neal will miss "significant time."

Shields Needs To Depend On Technique, Not Athleticism

Shields Needs To Depend On Technique, Not Athleticism

The second year cornerback had a pedestrian summer followed by an uneven game against the Saints. While its nowhere near time to panic, Shields has some work to do.

The Curious Case of Jarrett Bush

The Curious Case of Jarrett Bush

Or: Why Jarrett Bush Should Be Moved To Safety Exclusively

Key To A Packers Victory: Defense

Key To A Packers Victory: Defense

The Packers must limit the big-plays when Ben Roethlisberger breaks contain by plastering the Steelers receivers.

Excellent Question From Total Packers

Excellent Question From Total Packers

Monty asks "Whatever Happened To Brandon Underwood?"

Primary Force: Packers Secondary Has Been Solid

Primary Force: Packers Secondary Has Been Solid

Most people expected Charles Woodson and Nick Collins to be good, but did anyone expect Tramon Williams and Charlie Peprah to be this good?

McCarthy Won't Name Starter Opposite Collins

McCarthy Won't Name Starter Opposite Collins

Mike McCarthy refused to name his starting strong safety for Sunday nights game against the Vikings.

Troubling Signs For the Defense

Troubling Signs For the Defense

Kevin Kolb and Michael Vick were unable to expose some significant coverage issues in the Packers secondary.

Shields Should Get Nod In Nickel

Shields Should Get Nod In Nickel

The Packers would just be wasting time playing Brandon Underwood or Pat Lee ahead of Sam Sheilds.

What's With The Cushion In the Secondary?

What's With The Cushion In the Secondary?

Again and again on Saturday night we saw the secondary giving the Browns' receivers huge cushions. Why?

Packers Suddenly Thin At Safety

Packers Suddenly Thin At Safety

With Atari Bigby, Will Blackmon and Derrick Martin all out of last night's practice, the Packers were down to four healthy safeties.

Pass Coverage Proves Problematic

Pass Coverage Proves Problematic

The personnel at cornerback and inside linebacker remain largely unchanged from a year ago. Can they improve in an area that was exposed by veteran quarterbacks a year ago?

Tandem and Bunch Formations: Capers' Kryptonite

Tandem and Bunch Formations: Capers' Kryptonite

An excellent look at the offensive concepts that gave Capers' defense such problems last year.

Underwood 'Most Improved' Says McCarthy

Underwood 'Most Improved' Says McCarthy

Mike McCarthy singled out second year cornerback Brandon Underwood in his press conference yesterday as the most improved player of those heading into their second year.

Burnett Around The Ball

Burnett Around The Ball

Rookie safety Morgan Burnett spent today's practice getting his hands on the football. Why is Atari Bigby not signing his tender again?

A Season Full Of Shootouts?

A Season Full Of Shootouts?

Football Outsiders reason that the Packers could be in for a season full of shootouts. Unfortunatley, they use some faulty logic reaching that conclusion.

Packers Should Look At Atogwe (But Won't)

Packers Should Look At Atogwe (But Won't)

The Packers would do well to consider signing O.J. Atogwe to upgrade the safety position across from Nick Collins. Of course, they won't.

Blackmon Moved To Safety

Blackmon Moved To Safety

Will Blackmon is being moved to safety. The move prompts several questions which will need to be answered over the course of the summer.

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