Three weeks changes perspective on things.
Aaron Kampman is fine, A.J. Hawk is fine, and Nick Barnett is fine. Do you want to know why? Because their coaches say that they are.
Suck it up, get rid of the waste of space, and get someone in here who could actually have a shot of doing anything if they needed to see the field.
By all accounts, the first four days of Packers training camp (six practices, total) were spirited, with few distractions.
Watching the replay games of our 2008 season once again brings into focus how often we let the game slip through our fingers – literally.
A look at the defensive chessboard for the 2009 season.
Someone asked me who I thought the best player on the team is so I decided to expand on it. The top ten players on the team.
Let’s put Julius “we’re not going to get him so stop getting your hopes up” Peppers out of the picture for a second and think about this – We might already have our 3-4 linebacker corp.
I am almost afraid to write this, challenging perhaps one of the most knowledgeable X’s and O’s guys around, but, I can’t get it out my head. So, here you go Railbird Central – I think your fence is busted.
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There were plenty of questions for Mike McCarthy this afternoon at the press conference. Mike updated the injury status and touched on the Frost debacle as well.