Free agency has slowed down, but there have still been plenty of developments. The Green Bay Packers even factor into some of them. Here’s a breakdown of the important moves over the past two days.
The madness continues! Day two of free agency is just as stupid as day one, if not more so. We’ve got some news on the Green Bay Packers free agents, along with the important moves from around the league. Hey, the Minnesota Vikings killed it today.
The Chicago Bears made the bold move of trading for receiver Brandon Marshall. Oh, by the way, he may have punched some broad in the face last Sunday. Smooth move Chicago. Here’s the rundown.
The first day of free agency was typical — a bunch of idiots threw money at players who will never live up to their contracts. Surprisingly, there were also some smart moves made. Here’s a look at the NFL’s annual clusterfuck, day one.
The Chicago Bears are relevant again. Chicago traded two third-round picks to Miami for receiver Brandon Marshall, addressing one of their weakest positions and reuniting one of the best quarterback/receiver combos in the NFL.
After years of employing a buffoon as a general manager, the new Chicago Bears front office might actually attempt to make the team better this offseason. That plan reportedly starts with receiver Vincent Jackson.
We critique Sports Illustrated’s gallery for female NFL fans. It turns out their definition of hot and ours vary quite a bit. Here’s a look, with a special focus on the NFC North.
The Green Bay Packers will have to reduce their salary cap number in order to sign their draft picks and free agents. Here’s a look at the situation and how they’re likely to go about approaching their offseason.
Teams can apply the franchise tag beginning on Monday. Here’s a look at which players will likely be off the free agent market before free agency even begins.
Oh! The great news just keeps coming! Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, who obviously had too much free time while he wasn’t playing quarterback for his team down the stretch, has managed to impregnate fiancee Kristin Cavallari. “We are thrilled to announce we are expecting our first child together,” they told PEOPLE. “It’s an amazing […]
Green Bay Packers assistant head coach Winston Moss has already interviewed with the Oakland Raiders, who are looking for a new head coach. Philadelphia Eagles offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg appears to have emerged as the favorite, though.
Jimmy Kimmel encouraged people to give their kid terrible presents for Christmas and then record their reactions. Here’s video of a young Chicago Bears fan getting something she doesn’t want.
The Green Bay Packers on-field success could mean some off-field losses. Two offensive assistants have interviewed for head coaching jobs and two members of the front office will get a shot at general manager jobs. We break down the situation here.
Chicago Bears general manager Jerry Angelo has been canned and offensive coordinator Mike Martz has resigned. Coach Lovie Smith will get to keep his job, but the times they are a changin’ in Chicago.
Here’s one last look at the Green Bay Packers victory over the Chicago Bears to clinch the No. 1 seed. We break down the tape and look at the key plays, how they happened, who made them work or who screwed them up.
The Green Bay Packers thrashed the Chicago Bears Sunday night and in turn knocked them out of the playoffs picture entirely. Here’s how we saw the beating.
The Chicago Bears will trot out Josh McCown at quarterback on Sunday when the team faces the Green Bay Packers. We’re pretty sure this will go well.
In light of the revelation that law enforcement officials have a list in the double digits of NFL players who were clients of Chicago Bears receiver Sam Hurd, we wonder: Which Packers are on drugs?
It’s been a while, but the Chicago Bears reminded us who they are. Receiver Sam Hurd was arrested Wednesday for allegedly running a high-volume drug operation. Federal agents were tracking the receiver’s movements for some time. Here’s the (hilarious) story.
The Green Bay Packers could face Jay Cutler when they take on the Chicago Bears in two weeks. The injured quarterback left the door open for a possible return, which would make the Packers quest for an undefeated season a little tougher.