Former Green Bay Packer safety Nick Collins is putting an end to his comeback attempt on the advice of his doctor.
Green Bay Packers cornerback Charles Woodson said he’s not opposed to playing safety, where he would take over for the recently-released Nick Collins. That is, if the Packers can find his replacement.
The Green Bay Packers haven’t said it publicly, but it seems obvious it’s time to move cornerback Charles Woodson to safety. We tell you why and take a look at another Woodson that moved to safety.
The Green Bay Packers have told safety Nick Collins they will release him. Collins was attempting to return from spinal fusion surgery, but the move still comes as a surprise.
The NFL draft is rapidly approaching and it looks like the Green Bay Packers won’t know whether safety Nick Collins will return until after it’s over. That means they could be looking for a safety early.
Green Bay Packers safety Nick Collins appears ready to resume his career after undergoing spinal fusion surgery, but the team may not clear him to play. That means Collins may end up playing for someone else.
Green Bay Packers safety Nick Collins is progressing in his effort to return from spinal fusion surgery. He’s not cleared to play yet and if coach Mike McCarthy had his way, Collins never would be. Not exactly a good sign.
Despite rampant speculation, the Green Bay Packers will not be moving Charles Woodson to safety. The team wants to keep him close to the line and coaches are once again talking up their younger players.
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.
The Green Bay Packers never sign anyone on free agency, but we’re going to pretend they do. Here are four players who would help the team and how we see things playing out.
The Green Bay Packers will likely bid farewell to several veterans this offseason. Here’s a look at who could be on the move and why.
The Green Bay Packers defense isn’t playing good football right now and the players know it. Cornerback Charles Woodson stated it plainly. Here’s our take.
Green Bay Packers safety Nick Collins had surgery on his spine this week. The prognosis for him playing football again is cloudy at best.
The Green Bay Packers shouldn’t need any extra motivation, especially against a rival like the Chicago Bears, but safety Morgan Burnett certainly has some. It could make the Packers even more dangerous this season.
The Green Bay Packers have lost safety Nick Collins for the season because of a neck injury. Collins was injured in the team’s win over the Carolina Panthers.
Here are three key matchups in the Green Bay Packers tilt with the New Orleans Saints. The operative word is communication.
Green Bay Packers players riding local kids bikes to and from practice is one of the coolest things about training camp. Getting up close with these Packers has taught us things about Nick Collins appetite, Jermichael Finley’s chances of injuring himself and Josh Sitton’s hair, among other things. Check out the gallery and see what you think.
Hey, we’ve been saying it for some time and Green Bay Packers safety Nick Collins agrees: Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler stinks. Actually, Collins didn’t utter the exact words, but he did convey the message. During an appearance on Colin Cowherd’s radio show Tuesday morning, Cowherd asked Collins’ opinion on who the toughest quarterback in the NFL is to face.
Green Bay Packers safety Nick Collins came in third in ESPN’s safety Power Rankings. The Pittsburgh Steelers’ Troy Polamalu and Baltimore Ravens’ Ed Reed were unanimous selections for first and second — Polamalu got all the first-place votes and Reed got all the second-place votes. Collins finished 12 points ahead of fourth-place finisher Adrian Wilson of the Arizona Cardinals.
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 [...]