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Cory's Corner: It Begins With Earl Thomas

Cory's Corner: It Begins With Earl Thomas

Free agency is supposed to begin at 4:00 p.m. ET on March 13. 

#PackersDaily: Time for some legal tampering

#PackersDaily: Time for some legal tampering

Aaron chats with Packers fans as the NFL's "legal tampering" window opens prior to the start of free agency.

Film Review: Earl Thomas vs. Landon Collins

Film Review: Earl Thomas vs. Landon Collins

Today, in the film room, we take a look at the best and worst graded players (per PFF) for each player and see exactly what their strengths and limitations are.

Free Agent Market Sets Up Perfectly for Packers

Free Agent Market Sets Up Perfectly for Packers

When it comes to this year's free agent market, it couldn't be better for the Packers. 

Earl Thomas: Money Matters

Earl Thomas: Money Matters

By now, the NFL Combine is winding to a close and most of the players have been poked and prodded.  And also by now, many of us have already...

3 Positions the Packers Should Address in Free Agency

3 Positions the Packers Should Address in Free Agency

Heading into NFL free agency, which opens in about a week and a half, the Green Bay Packers have plenty of needs, as many as they have had in a lo...

Finding the Right Unicorns in Free Agency

Finding the Right Unicorns in Free Agency

Finding the right unicorns in free agency.

Cory's Corner: If I Were Brian Gutekunst...

Cory's Corner: If I Were Brian Gutekunst...

We’ve heard the same song and dance over and over: the Packers need playmakers. 

Is Signing Earl Thomas Worth the Risk for the Packers?

Is Signing Earl Thomas Worth the Risk for the Packers?

Among the list of free agents that are said to be a good fit for the Packers, is former Seattle Seahawk all-pro safety Earl Thomas.

Earl Thomas to Spend Time With Dolphins

Earl Thomas to Spend Time With Dolphins

Beginning on Wednesday, University of Texas defensive back Earl Thomas will spend two days with the Miami Dolphins, reports Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. According to Kelly, this will be the third time the Dolphins will meet with Thomas, who many draft "experts" have rated as the second-best safety in the 2010 NFL Draft, behind Tennessee's Eric Berry. At the 2010 Scouting Combine, Thomas measured in at 5-10 and weighed 208 pounds. Thomas ran a 4.43 time in the 40-yard dash, did 21 reps on the bench press (225 lbs), and posted a 9'05" broad jump. Despite posting an excellent time at the Combine, Thomas opted to run the 40-yard dash again, and posted a 4.37. Shaving his time came at the expense of other drills, as Thomas tweaked his left hamstring in the process.