All Entries Tagged With: "Jamari Lattimore"

Lattimore joins A.J. Hawk and Brad Jones as linebackers that have departed from Green Bay this offseason.

Lattimore is an unrestricted free agent and free to sign with any team he chooses.

The Packers linebacker has reportedly been placed on injured reserve with an ankle injury, ending his season.

The linebacker's neck injury was classified as a stinger by Packers head coach Mike McCarthy.

Coming off an injury and a poor performance in week one, Brad Jones might not be starting this Sunday in the home opener against the Jets. 

In our best-case scenario, A.J. Hawk is named to the Pro Bowl. But in our worst-case scenario, Brad Jones loses his hold on a starting job.

Linebacker Jamari Lattimore was a new addition to those sitting out practice on Sunday.

With Lattimore getting time with the first-team defense at minicamp, his chances of sticking there are discussed on today's show.

When the Packers didn't select an inside linebacker during the NFL Draft, Sam Barrington and Jamari Lattimore had the most to gain.

Lattimore's one-year deal is worth $1.431 million. He will become an unrestricted free agent following the 2014 season.

Packers linebacker Jamari Lattimore may not have signed a contract with the Packers yet, but he is taking part in the team's offseason workout...

On the day that the team's offseason workout program started, the Green Bay Packers officially announced the signing of quarterback Matt Flynn on...

Packers players return to 1265 Lombardi Ave. on Tuesday for the first time since last season ended. Strength and conditioning activities will take place.

Placing the low-level tender level on Lattimore ensures the Packers can match any offer he receives as a restricted free agent.

Last year the Packers lost Tom Crabtree by refusing to offer him a restricted free agent tender. They shouldn't do the same with Lattimore.

According to Pete Dougherty of the Green Bay Press-Gazette, it doesn't appear as if the Packers will give tender restricted free agent Jamari...

A list of six players are named by Cheesehead TV as the biggest question marks on the Packers roster. They're in need of a good showing in order to make the team's final 53.

The Green Bay Packers haven't blinked despite losing two key players at inside linebacker. Early training camp returns might provide evidence why.

With Bishop and Jones not practicing, Jamari Lattimore working next to AJ Hawk. A lot of bodies on that ILB depth chart — Wes Hodkiewicz (@weshod)...

The Packers looked sloppy on offense and defense as the Giants handed the team their first loss in six games.

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.

After breaking his scapula in training camp, the outside linebacker hyperextended his knee against the Rams.

Middle Tennessee State strength coach Jason Spray, who trained Packers linebackers Erik Walden and Jamari Lattimore, is our guest on today's show.

When the Packers kept Jamari Lattimore and M.D. Jennings on the 53-man roster, the message sent by the organization was "Help us win now."

Internet reports have the Packers signing outside linebackers Jamari Lattimore of Middle Tennessee State and Vic So'oto of Bringham Young.