Who’s doing what, who’s back from injury and who’s a no-show for the Green Bay Packers at OTAs? We’ve got those answers and more right here.
Mike McCarthy is mixing things up at OTAs and the Green Bay Packers are responding by getting physical and competing. That seems like a good thing.
The Green Bay Packers are exploring a relationship with recently reinstated defensive end Johnny Jolly, but they’re taking things slowly, like a jilted woman.
A bunch of guys got overpaid on the first day of free agency, but we could give two shits about most of them. Here’s the free agency wrap up as it pertains to the Green Bay Packers.
Johnny Jolly and his Purple Drank are back in the NFL and will surely solve all the Green Bay Packers problems on the defensive line. Right? A quick recap of the madness and the options.
They’ll never be champions on the field, but at least the Minnesota Vikings can lay claim to being the best at one thing — getting arrested. The Vikings lead the league in that category and we have all of them right here for you.
Guess who’s back. Well, he’s not back yet, but former Green Bay Packers defensive end Johnny Jolly has applied for reinstatement. Here’s what he has to say and our analysis of his chances of returning to the Packers.
Former Green Bay Packers defensive lineman Johnny Jolly was released today after serving six months of a six-year sentence for codeine possession.
Former Green Bay Packers defensive end Johnny Jolly talked to a local Houston station from prison about his addiction to purple drank. Here’s the video.
Former Green Bay Packers defensive end Johnny Jolly sealed his fate with his third drug arrest. Today, he ran out of chances and he learned his punishment.
Former Green Bay Packers defensive end Johnny Jolly will appear in a segment on ESPN’s Outside the Lines, where he discusses his codeine addiction and reveals several new details about his life. Here’s a video preview of the story.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers feels the NFL deserves some of the blame for former teammate Johnny Jolly’s plight. Here’s what he had to and our impression of the situation.
Johnny Jolly again demonstrated why he’s the stupidest son of a bitch to ever play for the Green Bay Packers, getting arrested for codeine possession for a third time.
The Green Bay Packers use the term “Packer people” to describe the type of high-character guys they look for. Both Johnny Jolly and Brandon Underwood have proven to be otherwise and it will cost them.
Honestly, this has little to do with football, but I laughed my ass off when I saw this photo, which comes to us from graffiti artist Jason Rubacky. Of course, it immediately reminded me of the dumbest guy in the room, Green Bay Packers defensive end Johnny Jolly, who was twice busted for codeine possession.
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 only thing that’s certain when Ted Thompson is at the helm of the Green Bay Packers draft is uncertainty. Thompson is rarely predictable, but looking at the statistics, some patterns do emerge. For example, Thompson likes drafting wide receivers. In his six drafts as general manager, Thompson has chosen eight receivers, the most of […]
Green Bay Packers defensive lineman Johnny Jolly will get probation after pleading guilty to his 2008 drug possession charge as part of a plea deal. Jolly was accused of possessing more than 200 grams of codeine, which is used in the popular drink purple drank, a combination of cough syrup, Jolly Ranchers and soda. A […]
There’s speculation Johnny Jolly’s second arrest for codeine possession, which put his NFL career in serious jeopardy, will force the Green Bay Packers to reevaluate re-signing defensive end Cullen Jenkins. Jenkins, who had seven sacks in 11 games in 2010, will be one of the most sought-after defensive free agents whenever free agency begins.
Somehow, I think we all knew this wouldn’t end well. Green Bay Packers defensive end Johnny Jolly, who’s currently serving an indefinite suspension from the NFL and awaiting trial for felony possession of codeine, was arrested early this morning. He was caught with 600 grams of codeine in his vehicle.