This year the Seahawks agreement with Texas A&M to use their “12th Man” expires. Currently the Seahawks are paying the university just $5,000 a year to use the logo, but nobody is sure what the price tag will be when (and if) the contract can be renewed.
This is a problem the Packers will never have to face (although some Georgia bulldogs fans might try to disagree. Continue reading
Aaron Rodgers has leveled a serious accusation at Tampa Bay about their field conditions. On his radio show Thursday, Aaron Rodgers said, “I think there’s a couple of surfaces that are more likely to create injury than prevent injury.” He also said of Raymond James Field in particular “I’ve played there three times and been hurt there, in my opinion directly related to the field, twice.” Continue reading
With the NFL Combine right around the corner, GPN begins a new series outlining some of the college players that may be available when Green Bay picks at number 30. This list will then help us focus on the Combine results of those same players as we continue to anticipate the Packers’ young additions for the upcoming season.
Daniel Jeremiah of NFL.com had an interesting pick for the Packers at the 30 spot. Denzel Perryman, the ILB out of Miami would definitely fill a need for the Packers. Clay Matthews was willing but less than happy to find himself at ILB last season and a run-stuffer like Perryman could make the Packers sure in run defense without moving Clay. With Barrington coming on, the Packers defense becomes immediately more formidable. Continue reading
Sometimes we have to look back on a season that ended in disappointment and find the good. Our Packers team gave away a game against the Seahawks that would have put them up against the Patriots, a team they had already beaten and had no reason to fear. Today, for the first time…I re-watched the NFC Championship game. One thing I noticed had nothing to do with the game but was almost prophetic in its truth. Packers fans know that early in this league’s history the NFC championship was the Championship. This year, that early NFL reality came back into being. But I was surprised to find this sentiment in 2014…and it did come true. Check out the pic below and comment as you see fit Packernation:
A lot has been said lately about the Patriots’ “Dynasty.” It’s time to set the record straight and understand just how high the Packers set the bar for what a dynasty is. Continue reading