Here is a look at the Packers final 53 man roster. After an up and down preseason, Packernation now knows who will be taking this team into the future.
Tom Silverstein is reporting that the Packers have released Jared Abbrederis. GPN held a poll and the hundreds of respondents came to a deadlock on what they thought would happen to Abby. While many thought Jared Abbrederis would make the
This week on the GPN Weekend Update: Reflections on the final week of preseason Brett Hundley impresses everyone Jared Abbrederis returns And more…
When the Packers drafted Brett Hundley, I was thrilled. Most were dumbfounded that Thompson would go after a QB but I loved the pick. Still, I figured he would be a work in progress. I expected that he would sit
I will not rant or rave about this game because the starters were sidelined so the young players could show what they’ve got. This was their chance to put on film the talents they learned up to this point, for
This one question looms over all the young hopefuls of this latest Packers roster…”Did I do enough?”. This weekend, those questions will all be answered by 4:00 pm (ET) tomorrow. In the meantime the speculation will reach a fever pitch
The Packers preseason so far has been up and down. The final preseason game is a final chance for rookies to stand out but in this case, it was also a chance for some returning players to show that they
Well, it is official. Tom Brady will have no price to pay (barring appeal) for his alleged part in the Deflategate scandal. US District Circuit Richard Berman has handed down his verdict. The decision, contrary to popular belief, was an
Jared Abbrederis has been cleared to play in the final preseason game of the 2015 season. That’s not a lot of time to show his stuff but he has some things working for him… and some things working against him.
So far this preseason is best characterized as a “one step forward, two steps back” affair. The first preseason game against the Patriots showed a Packers team that was very much as advertised. The offense was dominant (with perhaps still