The Packers have yet to show an interest in former DL Cullen Jenkins. But if Jenkins’ interest in a return is sincere, a reunion could make fiscal sense for Green Bay.
Free agent defensive lineman Cullen Jenkins will make his first official visit Friday, but it won’t be to Green Bay. According to Mike Garafolo of USA Today, Jenkins is scheduled to meet with the New York Giants. Actually, Cullen Jenkins will meet with the Giants tomorrow, source says. — Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) February 28, 2013 [...]
The Philadelphia Eagles are releasing former Green Bay Packers defensive end Cullen Jenkins, according to reports.
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.
Pro Football Focus, a noted football stats site, has sifted through three years of NFL data to comprise a healthy number of rankings. We highlighted how the Packers fared in many of their signature stats.
The Packers were reportedly never in the bidding for the veteran defensive end.
Daryn Colledge is out the door with James Jones and Cullen Jenkins reportedly soon to follow.
While not out of the realm of possibility, defensive end Cullen Jenkins seems an unlikely candidate for the Packers’ franchise tag.
Cullen Jenkins was back on the practice field today after missing the last month due to a calf injury.
Packers defensive end Cullen Jenkins indicated he may be done for the year.
Cullen Jenkins left the game after re-aggravating the calf injury that has been bothering him.
With injuries starting to take their toll, the Packers need to get their best players on the field. And lining up Cullen Jenkins opposite Clay Matthews may be in their best interests.
As the coaching staff promised during OTAs, Cullen Jenkins has taken a handful of snaps standing up from a linebacker position. The early returns have not been favorable.
Dom Capers will be tasked with solving the pass defense issues. It’s a good bet he’s counting on a deep rotation on the defensive line.
Both Cullen Jenkins and Brandon Chillar were taking some snaps at outside linebacker during today’s practice.
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Good to see Cullen ‘Big Sexy’ Jenkins and Johnny ‘Doesn’t Need A Nickname Because His Real One Is So Cool’ Jolly get recognized for their great play on Sunday night. Of course, regular readers of Cheesehead TV were not surprised by what they saw out of the dynamic duo. What’s funny is remembering when the [...]
Great stuff from Pete Dougherty today on Ryan Pickett and B.J. Raji and the Packers’ apparent desire to keep them on the field together in their base set as often as possible. It makes perfect sense when you think about how awful the defense looked against the run last season, on first down in particular. [...]
Kampman still won’t talk. First there was this Tweet from Bedard: Aaron Kampman refused to talk again about his switch to OLB. Packers even urged him to talk. There’s a problem there. Big time. Which was followed up by a lengthy blog post. Money quote: The Packers’ seven-year veteran again declined to speak to the [...]
With both Cullen Jenkins and Nick Barnett reportedly out until training camp, it will be interesting to follow two things that will naturally follow. Who takes advantage of their absence? How far behind will Jenkins and Barnett be on the 3-4 install when they return? The second is a bit easier to answer than the [...]