All Entries Tagged With: "Pat Lee"

You're only as good as you draft — at least in Packers general manager Ted Thompson's mind. 

Pat Lee reportedly got a one-year deal while being reunited with Reggie McKenzie in Oakland.

Free agent cornerback Pat Lee signed with the Oakland Raiders Wednesday, re-uniting with Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie.

Matt Flynn was the star of the day, and Pat Lee was a goat. But who else earned our weekly distinctions in the Packers' 45-41 win over the Lions?

Pat Lee will reportedly appeal his fine claiming he didn't throw a punch. That and more in today's Daily Links...

Aaron Rodgers once again had a fantastic game while Pat Lee's became a goat for being ejected. But who else earned our weekly distinctions in the Packers' win over the Lions?

After a subpar performance against Cleveland, cornerback Pat Lee gets some grief in the Packers Blog Roundup.

Cornerback Pat Lee saved arguably the best performance of his professional career for the Super Bowl, and he looks to build off that performance going forward.

Teams are only allowed 45 players to be active on game days. Here's who's likely to be active for the season opener against the Eagles...

Drama at the cornerback position highlights our spin around the world of Green Bay football today...

With both Chad Clifton and Bryan Bulaga sidelined, T.J. Lang practiced at left tackle for the first time since last season.

Aaron Rodgers looked good, Pat Lee played poorly, but who else deserves our weekly designation in the aftermath of the Colts game?

Al Harris recovers from injury to regain his Pro Bowl form in our best-case scenario, Brandon Underwood's off-the-field troubles cause the Packers to cut him in our worst. Read on to find out what else could be in store for the cornerbacks this season.

The personnel at cornerback and inside linebacker remain largely unchanged from a year ago. Can they improve in an area that was exposed by veteran quarterbacks a year ago?

Yesterday I had a very brief back and forth with Matt Bowen on Twitter regarding the Pac