Posts tagged Green Bay Packers

Sam Shields Will Be Starting At Corner, To Surprise of No One

Sam Shields

The Green Bay Packers have decided Sam Shields will be starting at one cornerback spot on opening day. Now the question is, who gets the other? We look at the possibilities.

Ron Jaworski Has the Packers in the Super Bowl

Eddie Lacy

ESPN analyst Ron Jaworski made his Super Bowl prediction today — Green Bay Packers vs. Denver Broncos. Jaws cites the Packers new-found balance on offense.

Nobody is Winning the Packers Safety Competition

M.D. Jennings

While most competitions are wrapping up, the Green Bay Packers still don’t know who will start at safety between M.D. Jennings and Jerron McMillian. That’s because neither guy has done anything to separate himself.

Jermichael Finley Will Probably Be Having a Monster Season

Jermichael Finley

Everyone in the Green Bay Packers organization loves Jermichael Finley now. Finley has shut his mouth and dedicated himself to football and it’s paying off.

Packers Are Getting Healthier

Casey Hayward

The Green Bay Packers are finally getting healthier and just in time for some of the guys who will be fighting for a roster spot and playing time.

Eddie Lacy No. 1, DuJuan Harris No. 2

Eddie Lacy

It seems pretty clear. The Green Bay Packers will open the season with Eddie Lacy as their No. 1 back and DuJuan Harris as No. 2. But what of the rest?

Ted Thompson is Still Looking at Kickers

Ted Thompson

You thought Mason Crosby or Giorgio Tavecchio would be the Green Bay Packers kicker this season? Well, Ted Thompson is still looking apparently.

Desmond Bishop Had His Super Bowl Jersey Stolen

Desmond Bishop

Desmond Bishop is not having a good go of it lately. He gets cut by the Packers, has to sign with the Vikings and now his Super Bowl jersey is gone.

Jordy Nelson Doesn’t Sound Too Confident About Week 1

Jordy Nelson

Green Bay Packers receiver Jordy Nelson was supposed to return for the team’s season opener, following knee surgery. He doesn’t sound too confident now.

Don Barclay Looks Like the Packers Starting Right Tackle

Don Barclay

They won’t say the competition is over, but the Green Bay Packers look like they’ve settled on Don Barclay as their starting right tackle. Sorry, Marshall.

Eddie Lacy is Now All the Rage

Eddie Lacy

After Saturday night’s preseason performance, people are starting to take note of Eddie Lacy. The rookie looks like just what the Green Bay Packers needed.

Hey, the Green Bay Packers Showed Up In Week Two of the Preseason

Green Bay Packers Johnny Jolly in preseason game 2

The Green Bay Packers handled the St. Louis Rams 19-7 in week two of the 2013 preseason. Here’s who was impressive and here’s who wasn’t. Two down.

Charles Woodson Sticks By Aaron Rodgers

Aaron Rodgers, Greg Jennings and Charles Woodson

Charles Woodson is a stand-up guy and he still has former Aaron Rodgers’ back, even though he’s not longer a member of the Green Bay Packers. Solid.

You Are Not Engaged Enough with the Packers!

Packers fans lined up for Family Night tickets

Here’s a ranking of the most engaged fans in the NFL and it ain’t you, Green Bay Packers fan. So get more engaged, would you please?!

Mike Neal is Explosible

Mike Neal sacks Jake Locker

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.

Tramon Williams May Not Be Ready Until the Regular Season

Tramon Williams

Tramon Williams may has been sidelined with a bone bruise in his knee and may not be ready until the regular season. Will he even have a spot by then?

Is This Donald Driver Criticizing Aaron Rodgers?

Donald Driver

Was Donald Driver just criticizing Aaron Rodgers? It kind of sounds like it. Driver says Rodgers doesn’t protect his receivers when they screw up. Hmmm…

Nick Perry is Starting to Get It!

Nick Perry

Nick Perry didn’t make much of an impact during his rookie season, but the 2012 first-round pick appears to be catching on at outside linebacker. And the Packers need him to.

The Green Bay Packers are Worth Over $1 Billion

Aaron Rodgers runs for a touchdown against Detroit.

The Green Bay Packers are worth over $1 billion, which puts them at No. 12 on Forbes list of most valuable NFL franchises. So when can we cash out?

Randall Cobb is Still Injured

Randall Cobb: boss

Randall Cobb returned to practice after missing the Green Bay Packers first preseason game, but he’s not fully healthy. The Packers would be wise to sit him.