The first domino has fallen. Cullen Jenkins signed with the New York Giants on Sunday. Not surprisingly, the Green Bay Packers showed no interest. His deal may ultimately set the market for other defensive linemen, though.
Cullen Jenkins is open to returning to the Green Bay Packers. Oh really? We never would have guessed. The only problem is the Packers don’t seem interested.
The Philadelphia Eagles released defensive lineman Cullen Jenkins on Monday. So the Green Bay Packers should re-sign him, right? Not so fast, Bucko!
Cullen Jenkins probably wished he was still with the Green Bay Packers right now. Jenkins got into a sideline fight with coach Andy Reid during the Philadelphia Eagles preseason game Monday night.
The Green Bay Packers were awarded four compensatory picks in the 2012 NFL draft. Here’s a look at the additional picks and how it might affect the rest of their plan.
We take a look at Green Bay Packers defensive tackle B.J. Raji’s regression from 2010 to 2011 and what it meant for the team. We also look at how the Packers might reverse the course.
Defensive end Cullen Jenkins, once thought to be a potential cap casualty, restructured his contract to stay with the Philadelphia Eagles. Jenkins now says he wants to retire an Eagle. There will be no teary reunion in Green Bay.
There’s no doubt the pass rush was a major liability for the Green Bay Packers this season. A lot of people want to point to the departure of defensive end Cullen Jenkins as the reason for that, never mind for a moment that the outside linebacker spot opposite Clay Matthews generated absolutely zero pass rush. [...]
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.
Green Bay Packers outside linebacker Clay Matthews is a bad motherf’er. How bad? He played the second half of last season with a broken leg. We ponder if it affected his game.
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.
The Green Bay Packers let defensive end Cullen Jenkins sign with the Philadelphia Eagles in free agency. For Philadelphia, it’s one in a series of moves designed to stop Aaron Rodgers & Co.
Ah, free agency, what an exhausting wench you are. Today, we’ve got three major trades completed, including the one that makes the Eagles the second-best team in the NFC and the Redskins making their usual stupid moves by overpaying some guy who won’t amount to shit.
The Green Bay Packers lost left guard Daryn Colledge today and defensive end Cullen Jenkins and receiver James Jones will likely be off the market before the day is over.
The Green Bay Packers had varied reactions to the events of the past two days that say the owners approve a new labor deal and the players choose not to vote. They ranged from rational to stupid. Here they are.
Now that we know who the Green Bay Packers unrestricted free agents will be, we can tell you who’s likely to be back and who isn’t. For several players, the writing is on the wall — they’ve played their last game with the Packers. Here’s a look at who’s likely coming back and who’s likely [...]
A new collective bargaining agreement could be coming soon, which means the godforsaken lockout, court cases and he said/she said bullshit that has been this NFL offseason might finally be over. Commissioner Roger Goodell presented the details of the proposed labor agreement to the owners on Tuesday. Although no vote was taken, the details make [...]
A lot of people seem to think the Green Bay Packers have a hole to fill on their defensive line, with defensive end Cullen Jenkins expected to depart in free agency and Johnny Jolly making stupid decisions somewhere in Houston. Football Outsiders named defensive line as the team’s biggest post-draft hole and several experts suggested it was the Packers’ biggest need going into the draft.
The Chicago Bears aren’t the only team aiming to sign Green Bay Packers defensive end Cullen Jenkins. The Washington Redskins are reportedly interested as well. Jenkins will be a free agent when the NFL’s offseason finally begins. The Packers have expressed no interest in re-signing the veteran, even though he’s coming off a season where he recorded a career-high seven sacks.
It’s now a foregone conclusion defensive end Cullen Jenkins, who will be a free agent when the lockout ends, has played his last game for the Green Bay Packers. General manager Ted Thompson made no effort to sign Jenkins to a contract extension, even when Jenkins’ agent approached the team before the start of the 2010 season. On Wednesday, Jenkins, who had a career-high seven sacks in 2010, revealed he would have taken less money to remain in Green Bay.