The sophomore slump. It’s what every team fears following a stand-out rookie season. And, there’s good reason for that. Many players that make a statement their rookie season just shift into mediocrity or become irrelevant in their sophomore season. However,
The Packers special teams was atrocious last season with botched onside kicks, poor kickoff returns etc., McCarthy said the ST’s would be better this year and it started with firing coach Shawn Slocum and promoting his assistant Ron Zook. Then
At pick number 30 in this year’s draft, the Packers picked a safety that they believe can be a pro cornerback in Damarious Randall. With an interception returned for touchdown in each of his last two seasons, the 5’11” 196
The end of the draft signals the beginning of the undrafted free-agent signing frenzy. The Packers added sixteen to the roster. After a defense heavy draft, the undrafted rookies are almost all offensive players. The additions include another handful of
With the 2015 draft the Packers added 8 new players to their 64 man roster, 1st rd-Damarious Randall, Safety/Corner 2nd rd-Quinten Rollins, Corner/Safety 3rd-Ty Montgomery, Wide Receiver 4th rd-Jake Ryan, Inside Linebacker 5th rd-Brett Hundley, Quarterback 6th rd-Aaron Ripkowski, Fullback
The Packers have picked Ty Montgomery in the third round. Check out some highlights below.
In the second round, the Packers pick Quintin Rollins. I know you haven’t heard of him but check out his highlights below.
The pick is in! The Packers have selected Damarious Randall! Click below to check out some highlights of our newest addition! And CLICK your opinion in the poll below.
Well Packernation, draft day is FINALLY here! I feel like a kid at Christmas, just can’t wait to find out what I get! Drafts can be crazy and there have been rumblings that this one may have more than one first
We continue the series on Packer Receivers of History with Packer Tight Ends. To read the articles you missed, go to the Packer Receivers of History category page. Rich McGeorge was the epitome of “Packer People” before it was popular.