The most poignant tweets from today’s training camp practice. Jeff Janis appears without a club on his hand, LeTroy Guion at running back, and Jordy Nelson back to his TD-scoring self.
Every pre-season has its share of unsung heroes and this preseason is no different. Rookies that perform, returning players that take the next step, and positional players that nobody talks about but that have an influence on the outcome of
The most poignant tweets from today’s training camp practice. Jordy Nelson looks good. Cobb has three dropped passes. Mortell struggles with his punting. And more…
The most poignant tweets from today’s training camp practice. Welcome back Jordy Nelson. A surprise at punter. Aaron Rodgers prepares for preseason game three.
When the Packers take on the Raiders tomorrow night, there we a different feel to the game. The main thing will likely be that Brett Hundley will finally get a chance to get back on the field. To me, the
Sam Monson of Pro Football Focus has release a list of his 2016 NFL dream team and right at the top of the list is none other than Aaron Rodgers.
The Packers won against the Browns with their 3/4th string quarterbacks and a lot of looks at young players that are trying to make the team. Thursday night’s game against the Raiders will be a much different story.
Of all the things I’ve ever heard, this ranks at the top of the “You’ve got to be kidding me” list.
While the Pre-season shows little or nothing of the un-scouted looks and various sets that a team has been working on. It does show something about what their concerns and/or priorities are for the coming season. All of that is
The Pack is back with a win over the Browns by the second and third stringers and the team played rather well considering that. Raves: Offense Joe Callahan, a division III QB getting the start was a pleasant surprise. Just