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.
The Green Bay Packers received four compensatory picks, including two fourth-rounders, in the 2012 draft.
Connecticut defensive lineman Kendall Reyes could be a candidate to be selected by the Green Bay Packers in the first round of the NFL Draft.
With a spot in the starting lineup vacated by the departed Cullen Jenkins, Mike Neal may have already locked the job up. That and more in today’s Blog Roundup…
Even though the Packers lost five free agents and counting, they’re likely to receive as many as four compensatory draft choices in return.
The Packers were reportedly never in the bidding for the veteran defensive end.
Under the proposed CBA coming out of today’s owners meeting, the Packers would have 11 free agents eligible for unrestricted free agency.
Free agent defensive lineman Cullen Jenkins personally attended the NFL labor court hearing yesterday in St. Louis. That and more in today’s Daily Links…
Cullen Jenkins, Andrew Brandt, Chad Reuter – and a very special mystery guest are set to join Corey and Aaron on Wednesday night.
With their fourth-round compensatory draft choice, the Packers picked Southern Arkansas defensive lineman Cedric Thornton.
Southern Arkansas defensive lineman Cedric Thornton is drawing comparisons to free agent defensive lineman Cullen Jenkins.
Cheesehead TV spoke with Chippewas inside linebacker Nick Bellore at the NFL Combine where he said he interviewed with the Green Bay Packers.
Brian takes a look at the offseason: franchise and transition tags, free agency and the upcoming NFL Combine.
A look at all the Packers scheduled to hit free agency this offseason, and an off-the-cuff prediction on what will happen to each one.
In this brief Cheesehead TV podcast, Brian discusses the impact the poor field conditions in Chicago may have on defensive end Cullen Jenkins.
Defensive lineman Cullen Jenkins is predicted to be active for Sunday’s Wild Card playoff game when the Packers travel to Philadelphia to take on the Eagles.