I don’t think anybody is truly worried about the fact that Aaron Rodgers has thrown five interceptions in training camp. Still, at first blush, the news really makes you do a double-take.
Ty Montgomery was a little late arriving at training camp, but he’s not only made up for lost time, he’s made quite a stir. Is it enough to unseat Adams for the number three receiver position, or is it just
There wasn’t really a lot of doubt in the mind of Packer Nation that Jordy Nelson would be ready to play in the season opener. No one really thought his off-season hip surgery would stop him from taking the field
Jordy Nelson didn’t get to touch the ball as often in 2014 as we would have like to, but, when he did get his hands on the ball, he made it count. His break-neck speed was frequently underestimated by opposing
Rob Demovsky had a nice article about how Brett Favre is nervous and excited about the upcoming ceremony and his induction into the Hall of Fame. Favre seems to be quite moved by the fact that tickets to the event sold
His rookie year, Eddie Lacy had 35 receptions for 257 yards and a 7.3 yard average. During the 2014 preseason, the catching ability of Lacy was all the talk, not just of the fans but also of the coaches and
The Forth of July is behind us and that means that Training Camp 2015 is right around the corner. Of course, camp is important to the team and especially to young players trying to get jobs, but it is also
It is hard to choose just ten plays in Brett Favre’s career to highlight and rank. with over 420 touchdowns…how do you pick? Brett had so many great plays and made so many memories.
The Packers aren’t jumping to any conclusions regarding Andrew Quarless. The veteran tight end had 29 catches for 323 yards and 3 touchdowns in 2015 but the rookie Richard Rodgers had 20 catches for 225 yards and 2 touchdowns. Rodgers would seem
Elliot Harrison recently did a piece on NFL records that may never be broken. It runs counter to conventional wisdom to even think such a thing when, after all, “Rules are made to be broken.” Maintaining a record has become