All Entries Tagged With: "Packers wide receivers"

In this edition of the Draft Profile series, I will take a look at DK Metcalf and examine whether his talent outweighs his medical history.    

A diverse group of young receivers is set to battle for roster spots at wide receiver for the Packers.

The Packers have one of the NFL's most coveted weapons in Ty Montgomery—a running back who can churn out yards after contact and also line up as a wide receiver to create matchup nightmares for opposing defenses. 

The Green Bay Packers always look for their players to make significant strides in their sophomore seasons, and heading into his second season, 2016 fifth-round selection Trevor Davis is doing everything right. 

Another deep dive into the stats, combined with offseason changes, hint that the Packers could be improved in 2017. 

Former Packers wide receiver Sederrik Cunningham gives insight into a couple of his former teammates.

With two more offseason additions in a loaded receiving corps, the Packers might attain--or at leaset approach--the depth and talent that dominated opposing defenses.

The fan favorite wide receiver has seen his production wane in recent seasons. 

Last season, Davante Adams flashed what he's capable of when healthy. As a result, the fourth-year pro has a bright future in Green Bay. 

Aside from having one of the greatest names an NFL receiver has ever sported, Packers wideout Geronimo Allison is finding himself close to accomplishing what once seemed impossible: landing a spot with the Packers after training camp among a talented and crowded position group.   

Of all the players that the Packers are looking to see make strides to improve from 2015 into 2016, wide receiver Davante Adams is at or near the...

Joining the show to break down the Packers wide receivers is Matt Harmon of NFL.com.

Nathan Jahnke of ProFootballFocus.com helps us look at the potential loss of Davante Adams and how the Packers can replace him.

Nathan Jahnke of ProFootballFocus.com joins the show to talk about a position with a lot of turnover in the past several days.

During every Green Bay Packers training camp there seems to be a “camp-darling”, a dark horse who emerges out of nowhere to tantalize and excite the fan base.  Last year that player was wide out Jeff Janis. This year Janis looks to earn more playing time.

Cheesehead TV's own Jayme Snowden joins us to discuss the fallout from the Abbrederis injury and, of course, Brett Favre.

In our best-case scenarios, both Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb have over 100 catches in the season. But in our worst-case scenario, Jared Abbrederis is surprisingly cut by the Packers.

From Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb to the three rookies drafted by the Packers and everyone inbetween, we break the position down.

The second round draft pick of the Packers has his plate full in trying to learn the team's offense before the season begins in September.

Jordy Nelson is hoping to sign an extension with the Packers before the start of the season, and it may not be long before Randall Cobb signs a new contract as well.

The Packers quarterback is getting used to a group of receivers that no longer includes James Jone and has added three rookies.

Chris Harper and Kevin Dorsey offer intriguing potential but must put it all together to make the Packers roster in 2014.

Where do Jordy Nelson, Randall Cobb, James Jones and the Packers rank among the best receivers in the NFL. Not at the top, according to the Broncos.

James Jones is the variable in the Packers' offseason equation. Will he leave Green Bay or will he be back?

With injuries to Randall Cobb, James Jones and Jermichael Finley, we take a look at some of the replacements receiving the football in Green Bay.

A day after the Packers placed Randall Cobb on injured reserve, we talk to Nathan Jahnke of ProFootballFocus.com to discuss the impact.

Ross was released after muffing a kickoff that led to a turnover on Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals.

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