All Entries Tagged With: "Defensive Line"

Green Bay gets Michigan State defensive tackle Jerel Worthy in King's annual mock draft.

The MAC defensive player of the year will be in Green Bay Thursday for an official visit.

Thompson should give Neal one last shot at proving he belongs on the Packers roster.

According to a report from Pro Football Weekly, Green Bay may be ready to move on from the 24-year-old defensive end.

ESPN's draft analyst gave the Packers a defensive player in the each of the first two rounds.

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

The Packers officially announced the signing of the seventh-year defensive lineman Friday.

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.

New free agent signing Daniel Muir will add depth to a Packers defensive line that could use some new blood.

The oft-injured defensive end will reportedly miss the first four games of the 2012 regular season.

The Packers' defensive line has under-performed across the board in 2011 - but it's not too late for a turnaround.

The defensive lineman is playing close to 90 percent of the defensive snaps so far this year.

The Packers defensive coordinator is playing it safe while the offense builds a lead before starting to dial up the pressure later in games.

There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics. Well, maybe there's four: if you count the overhyped sack statistic and how people use it as a sole measuring stick for Clay Matthews III.

Ryan Pickett's move back to nose tackle from defensive end is paying off for the Packers.

Mike McCarthy told reporters today that cornerback Tramon Williams has a chance to play on Sunday, while defensive end Mike Neal will miss "significant time."

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

Second year defensive lineman Mike Neal is being counted on to play significant snaps for Dom Capers defense this season.

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

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

Two more members of the defense could be headed to injured reserve.

Having Ryan Pickett, B.J. Raji, Justin Harrell and Cullen Jenkins all on the field at the same time provides an imposing defensive front.

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.

The drafting of two rookies at the same position could spell trouble for Jarius Wynn.

A few weeks ago Kerry Byrne of Cold, Hard, Football Facts wrote a piece titled "Why The Packers

Move the Defensive Line - Don't Use Static Rushes

Much is being made this week of the Packers #1 ranking