Posts tagged Anthony Davis

49ers Anthony Davis Thinks Green Bay is a Shithole

Anthony Davis

San Francisco 49ers tackle Anthony Davis is not a fan of the Green Bay area. Davis called it a shithole last night on Twitter because he’s a stand-up guy.

Clay Matthews Should Have A Field Day On Sunday

Clay Matthews

The San Francisco 49ers clearly intend on throwing any and everyone they have at Green Bay Packers outside linebacker Clay Matthews, on Sunday. Matthews and his league-leading 11.5 sacks will be lined up across from rookie right tackle Anthony Davis. Granted, Davis was a first-round pick this season, but he’s struggled in every game with […]

A Look At Bryan Bulaga’s Packers’ Future

Bryan Bulaga

As we sit around and wait for the second part of the NFL Draft to begin tonight, we thought it would be a good time to take a more in-depth look at the Green Bay Packers’ first-round selection, Bryan Bulaga. As I mentioned yesterday, Bulaga isn’t the elite-level tackle prospect that Trent Williams, who went […]

Packers Get Lucky, Bulaga Falls To No. 23

Bryan Bulaga

With all the talk of trading up or trading down, the Green Bay Packers got lucky in the end with Iowa left tackle Bryan Bulaga falling to the team as they stood pat at No. 23. There was word earlier in the day that Packers’ GM Ted Thompson was considering trading up to grab Bulaga, […]

Remember the Name Rodger Saffold

Rodger Saffold

As the NFL Draft approaches, one name that appears to be rising up draft boards is that of Indiana left tackle Rodger Saffold. Saffold, who was a four-year starter at Indiana, seems to be benefiting from what many predict will be a run on tackles in the first round. Saffold is 6-4, 316 and Peter […]

The Rise, Fall, Rise and Fall of Bruce Campbell

Bruce Campbell

We’ve talked a lot about Maryland left tackle Bruce Campbell simply because he’s been projected as a first-round pick in this year’s NFL draft and the Green Bay Packers badly need a left tackle. The thing with Campbell is, he’s all over the board. Campbell was labeled as one of four year-one starting caliber left […]

Keep An Eye On Outside Linebackers

Sean Weatherspoon

The Green Bay Packers have several needs – probably more than a legitimate Super Bowl contender should have – entering this year’s NFL Draft. We’ve been harping on tackle and cornerback as the two biggest areas the Packers need to improve. At tackle, the Packers are relying on veterans Chad Clifton and Mark Tauscher. Both […]

Tracking the Packers Draft Prospects

C.J. Spiller

The mock drafts are beginning to pile up and while most of them don’t catch our attention, there are a few people we pay attention to because they put way too much time into analyzing the NFL Draft. Two of those people are ESPN’s Mel Kiper and Todd McShay, who released their latest mock drafts […]

Green Bay Packers Combine Roundup

Yes, the NFL’s annual poking and prodding festival known as the scouting combine started this week. And yes, there is some “news” coming out of it. And yes, I’ll get to that. However, let me first state this: I put little stock in the combine. Here’s what college prospects do there: they meet with teams […]

Four Year-One Starting Caliber Tackles in 2010 NFL Draft

Bryan Bulaga

The Green Bay Packers are certainly in the market for tackles this offseason. Both 2009 starters, Chad Clifton and Mark Tauscher, are free agents. While the Packers may re-sign them simply because they don’t want to rely on two young and unproven tackles, both are at the end of the road and need to be […]

A Quick Look at the Packers Draft Prospects

Bruce Campbell

Sure, the NFL Draft isn’t until April 22, but it’s never to early to begin speculating about it, especially since we now know the Green Bay Packers will pick 23rd in the first round. ESPN released their Draft Watch for pick 23 earlier this week. It contains two lists – the first from Scouts Inc. […]