08/20/2011 - 4:01 pm
Tags: Aaron Rodgers, Alex Green, Arizona Cardinals, Chastin West, Clay Matthews, Donald Driver, Graham Harrell, Green Bay Packers, Jermichael Finley, Matt Flynn, Randall Cobb
Posted in preseason 2011 | 6 comments
The Green Bay Packers beat the Arizona Cardinals 28-20 Friday night in a preseason contest. Here’s a look at who performed and what we know about the team after two preseason games.
There are conflicting reports on who has the edge to start for the Green Bay Packers at right outside linebacker. The latest is that Erik Walden has the edge over Frank Zombo. We break down both players and ask you to chime in.
T.J. Lang has pulled ahead of rookie Derek Sherrod in the competition to be the Green Bay Packers starting left guard. Here’s why and when you can expect it to end.
Despite reports, Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler was not with former fiance Kristin Cavallari last weekend according to one of our sources. So it doesn’t look like the dynamic duo will be reforming anytime soon.
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is reportedly trying to woo Kristin Cavallari again. Cutler called off the engagement, proving he really is as dumb as he looks.
Green Bay Packers defensive end Mike Neal, who sprained his knee in practice Tuesday, hasn’t earned the injury-prone label just yet. That’s good news for the Packers.
The Green Bay Packers have more salary cap space than all but 11 other teams. Why didn’t they use it to sign any big-ticket free agents? They have three core players who are in line for contract extensions.
Is defensive end Mike Neal the Green Bay Packers new Justin Harrell? We’ll find out soon enough, after Neal suffered a sprained knee at practice Tuesday. The severity of the injury should be known tomorrow.
Frank Zombo has the advantage to start for the Green Bay Packers at right outside linebacker. Erik Walden is still in the picture, but it looks like both players, along with Brad Jones, will get defensive reps this season. Can you say rotation?
The Green Bay Packers didn’t invite players from last year’s team who’ve signed elsewhere to the White House celebration. Daryn Colledge doesn’t think much of the decision and neither do we.
The idea that Morgan Burnett and Charlie Peprah were in a competition for the starting strong safety job has been floated. The Green Bay Packers apparently didn’t get the memo.
08/15/2011 - 9:10 am
Tags: Chicago Bears
Posted in Chicago Bears | 4 comments
The Chicago Bears thumbed their nose at the NFL and their new kickoff rules on Saturday by simply refusing to follow them.
Apparently, the Green Bay Packers played the Cleveland Browns last night. Here’s what we learned, which really wasn’t much.
We’ve got more photos of Brandie Underwood, Green Bay Packers safety Brandon Underwood’s wife. Again, we’ll ponder the question. Hot or not?
We asked our readers to caption a photo of Chicago Bears tackle Gabe Carimi exiting the portable john at Bears training camp. Now you can vote for the best caption. Have at it!
Everybody hates Brett Favre. That much he knows. If he were to play again, it’s also the only reason he’d do so. But that probably isn’t going to happen.
As you probably know by now, the Green Bay Packers got to go to the White House on Friday. Various players and the organization unloaded photos of the experience and, well, we grabbed them all and put them in this gallery.
Here’s the video of president Barack Obama’s speech, in its entirety, honoring the Super Bowl champion Green Bay Packers at the White House.
Green Bay Packers linebacker Desmond Bishop was the only member of the Green Bay Packers that didn’t get to meet president Barack Obama today. He wasn’t granted access to the White House because he forgot his ID on the team plane.
Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews blows some shit up in his new Nike commercial. Here’s the video.