All Entries Tagged With: "Offensive Line"

The Packers offensive line didn’t do much to make people forget about last year’s season-ending injury to Aaron Rodgers.  

How should we feel about the Packers offensive line? 

With the emergence of Justin McCray and addition of veteran Byron Bell, the Packers now appear to have the depth and flexibility to weather the storm in 2018.

The moment Bryan Bulaga gets cut is the moment Aaron Rodgers’ asking price goes up by a few dollars.

The Packers are still very good that is the best team on paper in the NFC North. But at some point, something has to change if the Packers want to play into February.  

The Green Bay Packers were smart to sign guard Lane Taylor to an extension, but the depth behind him and the rest of the positions on the offensive line could spell disaster this season.

The Packers moved up nine spots in the second round of the 2016 NFL draft to select offensive lineman Jason Spriggs at No. 48 overall.  But a little more than a year later, some aren't sure that move is paying dividends. 

Former Packers offensive lineman Andy Phillips shares some insight into some of his former teammates.

We all know the most important asset on the Packers is Aaron Rodgers. And in order to keep him upright, the offensive line has to remain intact.

I was glancing at the Packers’ 2018 free agents and wondered who should be the first person signed from that group.

The Packers needed a reliable presence at right guard and after signing Jahri Evans Wednesday, they got one. 

The Packers have reached the halfway point of the season. And after eight games, I still have no idea what identity this offense is.  

When the Packers traded up to draft offensive tackle Jason Spriggs with the 48th overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, many people mentally plugged...

Mike Wendlandt of joins the show to take a look at the players in the trenches.

Green Bay's starting left tackle will have to prove he isn't disposable in 2016.

The Packers’ offensive line will have plenty of depth this season as long as everyone stays healthy. But what about next year and beyond?

Fred Thurston of the 22 Sports Talk podcast joins the show to discuss the state of the Packers offensive line.

The offensive line has arguably been one of the Packers’ biggest bugaboos during this roller-coaster of a season.

The Packers clinched their seventh straight playoff appearance with a 30-20 win at Oakland on Sunday.

Coming into the season, the offensive line was supposed to be a strength for the Packers.

The Rams are a pretty solid football team. They’ve beaten Seattle and Arizona and have arguably the best front four in all of football.

What may be surprising to some is that the St. Louis Rams defense is statistically ranked only in the middle of all NFL defenses in total yardage allowed at 356.5 YPG.  It is also vulnerable to the run and if the Packers can exploit it, they stand a good chance of winning this week's game at Lambeau Field.  

NFL Network reports the Packers right tackle will miss extended time. 

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.

The more intriguing aspect of Packers Training Camp 2015 might be the five possible roster spot battles described below. Each potential battle features at least one veteran player who could be facing the ax at the final roster cut-down.

Jeff Albrecht breaks down why the Packers will be even better in 2015. 

Aaron talks with the true Hollywood star of the Green Bay Packers 

The restricted free agent signed his one-year, $1.542 million tender for next season.