Randall Cobb is back with the Pack! Here are just a few good reasons to CELEBRATE Packernation! And don’t forget to give TallMall33 a sub! Continue reading
Randall Cobb got his contract today, and he will be staying right here in Green Bay!
The Packers multi-purpose slot receiver has agreed to a four-year, $40 million contract with $17 million guaranteed to remain with the Packers, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported. Cobb had six to seven offers on Saturday and turned down considerably more money elsewhere to sign with the Packers, where he felt comfortable. Continue reading
Here’s a little Saturday morning fun! This is a documentary about Brett Favre that you may have seen before but it is really amazing. It’s a bit longer but it is a great way to start your Saturday! Continue reading
We would all like to see the Packers sign Randall Cobb, but we might have to come to the realization that the Packers can’t afford him. From what is being said they offered him the same contract as Nelson 8-9 million a year with 14 million guaranteed and he turned it down. I like Cobb as much as the next person but he is by no means better than Jordy Nelson. Sure, he catches a lot of passes in clutch plays but for the most part it’s because Jordy is taking up the double teams. If Cobb walks to be the #1 receiver for another team his numbers will drop dramatically when he is the one being double teamed. Continue reading
Vince Wilfork, the Patriots nose tackle, tweeted that the Patriots are not going to pick up his option. With the Packers nose tackle position being in question this year, (Guion with his legal issues and Bj Raji coming off torn biceps last year) a guy like Wilfork could be a pickup along the lines of a Ryan Pickett in ’06. He was not a sexy player, but made a difference in the Super Bowl run. Wilfork would be that type of guy, especially as a 3-4 nose because his job would mostly be to take up space. But at the same time, the Packers would likely improve the run game and with a solid middle linebacker pickup either through the draft or in free agency…this could be a synergistic move. The whole might be greater than the sum of its parts. Continue reading