Yeah, we were pissed before and frankly, we still are. But after having a conversation with Jason Wilde, we know he’s clearly not the problem. Brass balls.
Here’s where we stop giving a fuck and start pointing out people who’ve had their vaginas hurt. We cover the Green Bay Packers and do so in one way. If you don’t like it, go elsewhere.
Some of those real fans of the Green Bay Packers who stood in line on Monday are reselling their tickets to the Family Night scrimmage. For a lot of money.
The NFL’s rookie symposium is going on right now and Eddie Lacy and Johnathan Franklin are in the house. Here are the photos of them looking cool.
People lined up at 5 a.m. yesterday to get tickets to watch the Green Bay Packers play the Green Bay Packers at the annual Family Night scrimmage. Of course.
Brett Favre is pushing pain cream, which has supposedly cured all his ailments. The company that makes said cream sounds shady as hell though. Appropriate.
Desmond Bishop says one of the reasons he signed with the loser Minnesota Vikings is so he could play against former teammate Aaron Rodgers. Good move?
Desmond Bishop will join the list of former Green Bay Packers who became Minnesota Vikings. Bishop has reportedly signed a one-year deal with the Queens.
Nick Perry missed most of 2012 and didn’t start when he was healthy, but the Green Bay Packers are expecting big things from the first-round pick in 2013.
D.J. Williams is getting serious, or so he says he is. Williams knows this is a make or break training camp. Will he stick with the Green Bay Packers?
The Green Bay Packers will choose between Jerron McMillian and M.D. Jennings at safety this season. There’s apparently no favorite, but we like McMillian.
Greg Jennings just loves being a member of the Minnesota Vikings. Just ask him! He also loves his new quarterback, Christian Ponder. Probably the only one.
Mike McCarthy says the Green Bay Packers are tough, so it must be true. Frankly, we don’t think they’re soft, we just think they get outcoached.
Desmond Bishop has reportedly narrowed his choice of teams to two — the Minnesota Vikings and Kansas City Chiefs. Bishop will visit the Chiefs today.
The Green Bay Packers obviously have some faith in second-year inside linebacker Terrell Manning. Their recent moves tell that story. Manning also has faith in himself.
Christian Ponder doesn’t appear to have such a firm grip on the starting quarterback job for the Minnesota Vikings. He might get passed by Matt Cassel.
The Green Bay Packers get no respect according to Aaron Rodgers, but he likes it. Rodgers says the Packers are under the radar this season.
This is a post about cheerleaders, so if you don’t like cheerleaders you should not come here. If you do — specifically cheerleaders in bikinis — then do.
Desmond Bishop is more motivated than he’s ever been after being released by the Green Bay Packers. Of course, he’s visiting the Minnesota Vikings first.
Our nightmare is about to become a reality. The Green Bay Packers have told inside linebacker Desmond Bishop they will release him. Totally brilliant move.