All Entries Tagged With: "Atari Bigby"

The Green Bay Packers received four compensatory picks, including two fourth-rounders, in the 2012 draft.

Former Packers safety Atari Bigby signed with the Seattle Seahawks in free agency. That and more in our Packers Blog Roundup...

The drafting of Alex Green on Friday could be an indication the Packers don't want to deal with the antics of Brandon Jackson's agent, Drew Rosenhaus.

Safety Atari Bigby and fullback Korey Hall are predicted to be active for Sunday's NFC Championship after sitting out last week's divisional round matchup.

The decision to make Korey Hall and Atari Bigby inactive against the Falcons looms large as the Packers give up a 102-yard kickoff return to Eric Weems.

Frank Zombo has been ruled out of Saturday's game. Atari Bigby, Korey Hall and Jason Spitz are all listed as questionable.

This trio of players looks unlikely to play on Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles in the Wild Card round of the playoffs.

Cullen Jenkins, Frank Zombo, Atari Bigby and Korey Hall have all been ruled out of Sunday's game against the Chicago Bears at Lambeau Field. James Starks is predicted to be active.

In other injury news, Atari Bigby and Korey Hall have already been ruled out for next Sunday's game.

Safety Atari Bigby expressed disappointment with the way his season has gone. That and more in today's Daily Links...

Safety Atari Bigby returned to practice on Thursday for the first time since injuring his hamstring in Week 11.

The move possibly opens the door to activate either cornerback Al Harris or safety Atari Bigby from the PUP list.

Brian discusses the potential activation of Al Harris and Atari Bigby from the PUP list, whether they'll return to the starting lineup and who the Packers may cut to make room for them.

Steve Wyche of the NFL Network and reports Al Harris and Atari Bigby will be activated off the PUP list. That and more in today's Packers Daily Links...

Yesterday marked the first time Al Harris and Atari Bigby officially practiced since last season. That and more in our Daily Links...

Cornerback Al Harris and safety Atari Bigby are eligible to come off the Physically Unable to Perform list this week.

The Packers will benefit from the return of cornerback Al Harris and safety Atari Bigby from the PUP list.

The Packers didn't end up cutting any players by Tuesday's league-wide deadline to trim rosters down to 75 players.

With Atari Bigby, Will Blackmon and Derrick Martin all out of last night's practice, the Packers were down to four healthy safeties.

Bigby will have surgery tomorrow in North Carolina tomorrow and could end up beginning the regular season on the PUP list if not season-ending injured reserve.

Morgan Burnett becomes the Defensive Rookie of the Year in our best-case scenario while Will Blackmon has a hard time recovering from injury and actually gets cut in our worst. Read on to find out what else may be in store for the safeties this season.

Aside from Bigby talk, discussion also turns to the possibility of the Packers trading an offensive lineman.

The Packers have some choices to make today as to how to proceed with their three unsigned restricted free agents.

Atari Bigby (and most likely Johnny Jolly and Tramon Williams) has/have reportedly recieved a warning letter from the Packers stating the team will drop it's salary offer dramatically as of midnight tonight.

Tramon Williams, Johnny Jolly and Atari Bigby did not show up for the start of Organized Team Activities.

Two sources close to Packers safety Atari Bigby indicated before the draft that the veteran safety is thinking of holding out even after signing his RFA tender, possibly into training camp.

Ok. I was inspired once Aaron wrote this and had to post this video of Nick Collins. I love how Bigby calls him a feeder fish. Just goes to show...

...and now Bigby is doubtful.

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Completely agree with Andy here on the Packers missing Atari Bigby. Peprah and Rouse have been absolutely pathetic while he's been out.