All Entries Tagged With: "3-4 defense"

In a Twitter mock draft Saturday, the Packers picked the Alabama linebacker at No. 28 overall.

Greg Cosell of NFL Films thinks West Virginia's Bruce Irvin can play OLB in a 3-4 defense.

The Packers are targeting free agent Dave Tollefson to play outside linebacker in their 3-4 defense, Adam Caplan reported Friday.

Here's what the Packers defense might look like if they ran a hybrid 4-3/3-4 scheme.

Based on the way the Packers are approaching this offseason, it looks like they might consider running a 3-4/4-3 hybrid-type defense in the same vein as the New England Patriots.

The contract details for newly signed defensive tackle Daniel Muir were reported Thursday night.

Despite signing Anthony Hargrove and Daniel Muir along the defensive line, the Packers still have a long ways to go to fix holes on defense.

The Packers have reportedly signed free-agent defensive end Anthony Hargrove.

According to head coach Mike McCarthy, he'd like to see more of his 3-4 defense and few subpackages like the nickel defense in 2012.

The Packers are scheduled to bring free agent Dave Tollefson for a visit, but it remains difficult to find a fit for him in Green Bay.

Tyler Dunne reports that the Packers have begun talks with free-agent Manny Lawson.

The pass-rush starved Green Bay Packers have reportedly started dialogue with the former Oakland Raider.

Don't expect any grand moves from Ted Thompson to fill the hole opposite Clay Matthews in Dom Capers' defense.

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

The former 7th round pick for the Indianapolis Colts was in camp with the Detroit Lions this summer.

The Packers defense is getting killed by late-releasing tight ends and running backs when Capers calls his signature pressure plays.

Aaron takes a look at the different defensive line alignments and how the Packers are testing out their personnel in each one.

Bob McGinn reports that the Packers are planning on moving Ryan Pickett back to the nose tackle position he excelled at back in 2009.

Dom Capers will need improved play across the board if he plans on using his nickel personnel against the run as extensively as he did last season.

The Packers were reportedly never in the bidding for the veteran defensive end.

Outside linebacker coach Kevin Greene has presided over a revolving door of outside linebackers opposite star backer Clay Matthews and none of them have been a true detriment to the defense.

As usual, there seems to be a never-ending supply of defensive schemes and surprises at the disposal of Dom Capers.

The nose tackles on the Packers' roster are comparatively small in stature, but is that just coincidence?

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

Brad Jones has the tools to take his game to the proverbial "next level". Cheesehead TV sees good things ahead.

Chris Squire returns to CHTV to write about Charles Woodson's importance to the Packers' 3-4 defense.

Dom Capers must adjust his coverage schemes to fit the personnel on hand, rather than forcing them to play zone coverage - poorly.

It would sure seem like it from the way the Cardinals tore through them with Hightower and Wells yesterday. I was worried about the possibility but...

Good catch by Brandon over at ACME Packing Company in finding

On the heels of our discussion on Jeremy Thompson comes this from