Today, the blame game for the Green Bay Packers’ woes focuses on the tight ends, who all suck. Or are they just not being used right? Hmmmm…
The Green Bay Packers solidified their tight end position a bit on Thursday by re-signing Andrew Quarless. God’s Gifts! That shouldn’t stop them from signing someone else, though.
Andrew Quarless looks like he’s about to be the Green Bay Packers former tight end. Quarless has drawn interest from seven other teams, according to reports.
The Green Bay Packers appear at least somewhat interested in re-signing tight end Andrew Quarless. That seems like it would be a precautionary move. Here’s why.
Some NFL players still don’t know how overtime works. Green Bay Packers tight end Andrew Quarless is one of those players. Well, now you know.
John Kuhn is hurt at the moment. If he can’t go on Sunday, tight end Andrew Quarless will be the Green Bay Packers fullback leading the way for James Starks.
Nick Perry is on injured reserve. Here’s how the Green Bay Packers will replace him. Andrew Quarless is back. Here’s what the Packers should do with him.
Tight end Andrew Quarless and linebacker Frank Zombo are on the football field for the first time this season. What does that mean for the Packers?
The Green Bay Packers officially ended the season of tight end Andrew Quarless and promoted former Texas Tech quarterback Graham Harrell from the practice squad to the active roster. It was a smart move by the Packers. Here’s why.
The Green Bay Packers have lost tight end Andrew Quarless for the season with a knee injury. What does that mean to the team? We’ll tell you.
An offseason with no one to watch over them is about to conclude. You can bet your ass some members of the Green Bay Packers will show up to training camp out of shape. Here are the odds-on favorites.
The NFL Draft changes the face of every team’s roster and the Green Bay Packers are no exception, even though they’re the reigning Super Bowl champs. Several veterans will go into training camp to fight for a roster spot, while others will simply be let go during free agency. Here’s a look at which players […]
The Green Bay Packers have locked up fifth-rounder Andrew Quarless, a talented, but troubled tight end from Penn State. Quarless received an $183,000 signing bonus, but salary and length of the deal have not been reported. He was the Packers first of two fifth-round picks (No. 154) and joins guard Marshall Newhouse (fifth), running back […]
We won’t know the answer to this question until training camp is complete, but the Green Bay Packers have a logjam at tight end after drafting Andrew Quarless in the fifth round of the NFL Draft. Joining Quarless is starter Jermichael Finley, Spencer Havner and Donald Lee, who opened 2009 as the starter. Unless the […]