All Entries Tagged With: "A. J. Hawk"

Linebacker A.J. Hawk made the rounds on Radio Row at the site of Super Bowl XLVIII in New York City on Wednesday, telling Laura Okmin of Fox Sports...

The Packers linebacker threw a fit late in Sunday's game after Falcons center Joe Hawley dove at the side of Hawk's legs.

There were few standout performances in the Packers' 40-10 loss to the Lions on Thanksgiving Day.

A.J. Hawk and Eddie Lacy were heroes in the Packers' 19-17 win over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.

In our worst-case scenario, A.J. Hawk is replaced in the starting lineup by the end of the Packers' 2013 season.

After his attendance at the NFL's offseason Broadcast Bootcamp last week, it probably wouldn't be surprising to listen to Packers linebacker A.J....

The Packers linebacker will be at NFL Films headquarters in Mt. Laurel, N.J. this week for the league's seventh annual such event.

Packers Linebacker, AJ Hawk will be in New Jersey in June taking part of the7th Annual "NFL Broadcast Boot Camp"....

In an interview on the NFL Network, linebacker A.J. Hawk joked about Aaron Rodgers' impending contract extension. That and more in today's Daily Links...

The numbers on A.J. Hawk's new restructure were outlined Monday. The Packers linebacker will save Green Bay nearly $2 million in 2013.

The veteran linebacker has agreed to a salary cut and slight restructuring of his current deal.

The Packers have bid farewell to several popular veterans in order to save salary cap space. CD Angeli looks at the rest of the roster and analyzes who might be the next most likely players to leave Titletown in 2013.

Aside from a couple injuries, the Packers put together a nearly perfect game. And yes, that includes the play of Mason Crosby.

Linebacker A.J. Hawk will be visiting Danz Elementary School in Green Bay on Tuesday as part of being named an NFL PLAY 60 Super School.

Linebacker A.J. Hawk is raising funds for his Hawk's Locks for Kids charity on Friday evening at the Skyline Comedy Cafe in Appleton.

A.J. Hawk is having arguably his best season in the NFL in 2012. His fiery play and recent weight loss are factors, as is the coaching staff's decision to limit the linebacker's playing time.

In the best-case scenario, D.J. Smith makes nearly 150 tackles in 2012. But in the worst-case scenario, it's another disappointing season from A.J. Hawk with few sacks, interceptions and forced fumbles.

The Green Bay Packers opened their 2012 training camp Thursday. We give five quick takes from the first day of organized practice for the 2012 season.

The future of two Packers players are discussed at length on the newest episode of Railbird Central––linebacker A.J. Hawk and defensive lineman Ryan Pickett.

The rookie safety's hair runs down to the middle of his back. That and more in today's Daily Links...

Packers general manager Ted Thompson can't be pleased that two players he rewarded this past year took big steps backward in 2011.

An interview with Nathan Jahnke of provides some evidence that the rookie inside linebacker is playing better than the veteran.

But at the same time, Mike McCarthy also said A.J. Hawk is their starter, and they'll move forward with him.

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

Head coach Mike McCarthy said Hawk was supposed to play in the second half of the Raiders game but decided against playing him with a 31-0 halftime lead.

And in other injury news, offensive linemen Josh Sitton and Chad Clifton have both been ruled out for Sunday's Raiders game.

Head coach Mike McCarthy's press conference will air at 1:05 p.m. Central time on the Packers official website.

A.J. Hawk, Desmond Bishop, Josh Sitton and Chad Clifton have all been ruled out for Sunday's game. By rule, at least three more players must join them on the inactive list. We have the prediction.

A.J. Hawk and Desmond Bishop will miss Sunday's game in New York, each nursing calf injuries.