All Entries Tagged With: "Secondary"

The Packers have won five division crowns since 2008, but the division just got a lot tougher. With NFL free agency slowing to a crawl, the NFC North got a lot better.  

The need help at corner and don't really have the time to wait for another draft pick to develop. 

What should the Packers do about Morgan Burnett? 

But in order for that to happen, the Packers should go after Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. The disenfranchised cornerback has been suspended by the Giants for throwing his coach Ben McAdoo under the bus and isn’t exactly a shining beacon of cohesiveness.

The Packers need to stop messing around and insert both Kevin King and Josh Jones into the lineup. 

Charlie Tritschler of takes a look at the defensive backs on the Packers roster heading into the season.

Versatility will be the name of the game for the Packers sub packages. 

Kentrell Brice is ready to play a much bigger role for the Packers defense in 2017. 

Having some firepower at tight end this season will be a huge boon to the Green Bay Packers offense, but it's very likely that the free-agent addition that will have the biggest impact on the field this season is neither Martellus Bennett nor Lance Kendricks, but cornerback Davon House. 

Damarious Randall had a rough sophomore season with the Green Bay Packers, but that doesn't mean he isn't capable of bouncing back in 2017. 

It's no secret that the Green Bay Packers seemed to actively address two traits in their NFL draft selections in 2017—specifically, at defensive back—that have been missing from the roster in recent years: speed and length. The question now is whether those traits, which second-round cornerback selection Kevin King displays in spades, can win out for a starting role on Green Bay's defense in 2017.

It looks like the cornerback position is going to get worse before it gets better for the Packers, as they waived former undrafted free agent...

Players are programmed to play. They stay on the field until they are told to come off.

On Sunday night against the Detroit Lions, however, the unit suffered a series of additional blows. Quinten Rollins left the game strapped to a board to go to the hospital after a scary-looking hit to his head/neck; per Mike McCarthy, he avoided serious injury but there's no word on whether he'll be able to go on Sunday against the Giants. Both Damarious Randall and Makinton Dorleant left the game with knee injuries, Randall is considered day-to-day, while Dorleant said initial tests showed no major structural damage.  It's been a rough road for the Packers secondary, which has been hampered by injuries all season. The team has needed leaders and playmakers to step up from within its ranks in its postseason push, and a key weapon who could be instrumental in the playoffs became clear in Week 17: defensive back Micah Hyde. 

When footballs start flying around during Tuesday’s first practice of 2016, it will instantly set in.

Ha Ha Clinton-Dix was brought to Green Bay to provide stability in the backend of the secondary.

The Packers offense made huge strides last week. The running game provided the added punch that had been missing for much of the season.

Later today or tomorrow ( by 3 P.M. Central) we will learn the final makeup of 53-man roster which will open the season for the Green Bay Packers at Chicago on Sunday, September 13.  Today, with a full body of work now in the books, we roll out our final Version 3.0.

FOX Sports' Alex Marvez reports that the veteran wide reciever should be ready when the Packers take on the Bears in the season opener. 

The Packers may only be three games into the worthless preseason schedule, but I’m not expecting Aaron Rodgers to come out with another R-E-L-A-X ...

Everyone’s heard of the expression “Hit the ground running.”

The third year pro has been the forgotten man in the starting cornerback conversation. 

Scott McKenna joins the show to take an in-depth look at the position, seeing how the cornerbacks stack up.

Bleacher Report's NFL analyst and former NFL safety likes what he sees in Green Bay.

The Packers risk losing Tramon Williams and Davon House if they can't get Randall Cobb and Bryan Bulaga under contract before the start of free agency.

The Atlanta Falcons wide receiver had 259 yards, the most ever allowed by the Packers in a single game.

Scott McKenna joins the show to help discuss the Packers cornerback position and who should receive playing time.

If it weren't for some misfired passes and dropped footballs, the Packers secondary might have gotten torched.