Hard to complain about the offense heading into 2011.
If there was ever a white GM that needed to get on the horn with another free-agent White guy, it’s Ted Thompson.
I finally got around to checking out the only signing so far this off-season in WR and former Arena League player Charles Dillon.
I just got done reading a great breakdown by the infamous Greg Bedard about the state of affairs on the offensive line and the potential for another restructuring. Although I have faith that the Packers will write some checks today, Daryn Colledge can bite me.
All of a sudden there is a butt load of things to talk about. Six topics is just not going to be enough today. Time to squash the Tim Tebow talk and start dissecting the latest Green Bay Packers news. Here is your Six Pack.
Hello Lounge, Mr. Bacon here with another quality Packer’s free agency and draft article.
Every year, NFL teams seem to go through the same rigmarole; star players and role players decide to “test the waters” of free agency while general managers idly stand by.
I brought this topic up earlier in the Morning Minute. With an uncapped year looming, is 2010 the last real shot for the Green Bay Packers? I think it just might be.
But, think carefully. The only safeties ready to start next week are Martin and Bush. This is not good, not good at all.
The Packers have to cut five players by tomorrow to get the roster down to 75. Here are the ten players I think those five will come from.
Signing Mike Vick was a top secret discussion amoung the coaching staff today in Packersville. Our insiders told us they had to swear on their first born’s life not to discuss the team’s interest in signing Vick.
In this 2-part series, I am examining the Packer’s crop of undrafted free agents and predict their chances of making the 53-man roster.