All Entries Tagged With: "Linebackers"

In the best-case scenario, Clay Matthews reverts to the player who got 13.5 sacks in 2010. But in the worst-case scenario, Nick Perry plays no better than Erik Walden did a year ago.

New additions to the defense through both the free agency and NFL Draft will create a spirited competition for roster spots.

Nick Perry will be in the starting lineup from Day One opposite Clay Matthews. Now the Packers just have to teach him how to be an outside linebacker.

The Raiders reportedly agreed to a deal with the free-agent pass-rusher Friday.

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

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.

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.

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.

The Packers are bringing in free-agent Dave Tollefson for a visit later this week.

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.

The former Packers linebacker could be in for a return engagement in 2012.

The Packers head coach says both young linebackers will get long looks at both inside and outside linebacker.

Brad Jones lined up with the starters during today's practice.

The coaching staff has acknowledged there will be a rotation at outside linebacker on Sunday as the Packers face the Lions.

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

The Packers linebacker saw how Desmond Bishop took Nick Barnett's job. The last thing he wants is for history to repeat itself.