The Green Bay Packers continue to make huge waves in free agency. They re-signed outside linebacker Mike Neal on Wednesday. We like the move. Here’s why.
The Green Bay Packers tried to re-sign linebacker Mike Neal to a new deal prior to free agency. Like Sam Shields and John Kuhn, he’ll test free agency.
The Green Bay Packers are suddenly incredibly thin at outside linebacker. In addition to Clay Matthews and Nick Perry, now Mike Neal is down with a bruised shoulder.
The Green Bay Packers moved Mike Neal from defensive end to outside linebacker earlier this offseason. His coach, Kevin Green, says Neal has explosibility, which suits the position just fine.
The Green Bay Packers are experimenting with defensive end Mike Neal at outside linebacker. Will the experiment last? Mike Neal better hope it doesn’t.
The Green Bay Packers granted Mike Neal’s wish and added him to the active roster… at the expense of Phillip Merling.
Defensive end Mike Neal has returned from his four-game suspension. The question now is, what do the Green Bay Packers do with him?
Green Bay Packers defensive end Mike Neal is still trying to appeal his four-game suspension. Neal claims the league suspended him for taking Adderall, which is pretty stupid.
Green Bay Packers defensive end Mike Neal had his appeal of his four-game drug suspension denied by the NFL. Neal, of course, claims he was suspended because of a technicality.
Green Bay Packers defensive end Mike Neal has been suspended for the first four games of the 2012 season. Is it too early to consider this guy a bust? We ponder the question.
Green Bay Packers defensive end Mike Neal will miss significant time after undergoing knee surgery. Unfortunately, the similarities between Neal and former Packers first-round bust Justin Harrell just keep getting stronger.
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.
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.
Defensive coordinator Dom Capers is tinkering with the Green Bay Packers defensive line. Capers is considering moving B.J. Raji to defensive end so he’s matched up against a guard and returning Ryan Pickett to nose tackle. This should work out just fine.
Have the Green Bay Packers handed Mike Neal a starting job at defensive end? Most of us thought C.J. Wilson, who filled in for the injured Cullen Jenkins last season, would have a shot to compete. Not according to the Press Gazette.
Like a lot of people, I openly wondered why the hell the Green Bay Packers drafted a defensive end in the second round of this year’s draft. The Packers’ defensive line looked to be one of the strengths of the team, at the time. The team seemingly had more pressing needs at other positions, as […]
Although the Green Bay Packers made it out of their game with the Minnesota Vikings almost injury free, the team still got some bad news on Monday regarding injuries. Both linebacker Brady Poppinga and defensive end Mike Neal will be joining seven teammates on injured reserve. Poppinga, who hurt himself in the loss to Miami, […]
The Green Bay Packers got some good news on the injury front, Wednesday, which is a refreshing change of pace for the team. The most important development is linebacker Clay Matthews returned to practice after missing last Sunday’s game with Miami. Matthews only took part in the jog through portion of practice, but barring a […]
Green Bay Packers second-round draft choice Mike Neal, a defensive end from Purdue, has agreed to terms, according to… Mike Neal. Neal tweeted a short time ago that the deal is done, leaving first-round pick Bryan Bulaga as the Packers only unsigned draft choice. The deal is for four years and $3.44 million. It includes […]
It’s only one opinion, but the Green Bay Packers’ second-round draft choice, Purdue defensive tackle Mike Neal, could be a project. Personally, I was dumbfounded when Packers’ GM Ted Thompson selected Neal in the second round. Certainly, the Packers had more pressing needs than a college defensive tackle who would convert to defensive end in […]