Yesterday’s poll (to participate, click here) showed that Packernation, for the most part, went one of two ways in choosing their most anticipated game of the 2015 season. The most anticipated game was the rematch between the Packers and the Seahawks in Week 2, but in a close second was the Thanksgiving day game with the Bears at which Brett Favre’s jersey is expected to be retired. Continue reading
The Packers’ 2015 season schedule was released last night and if you are like me, you are stoked to see the matchups get dates attached to them. We at GPN will be doing more analysis of the matchups in future posts but the question for the day is simply this: Continue reading
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.
Marv Fleming followed right on the tails of Ron Kramer as the next great Packers Tight End. Like many others in that era, Marv was drafted by teams in both the NFL and AFL. He was drafted in the 9th round of the AFL draft by the Denver Broncos. He turned the Broncos down when he was drafted in the 11th round of the NFL draft by the powerhouse of pro football, the Green Bay Packers. Continue reading
Thursday, August 13 at New England Patriots 6:30 p.m.state TV
Sunday, August 23 at Pittsburgh Steelers 7 p.m.state TV
Saturday, August 29 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (Midwest Shrine Game)GOLD PKG.
Thursday, September 3 7:00 pm NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (Bishop’s Charities Game) 6 p.m.state
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BJ Raji was moved back to his natural position (Nose Tackle) last season on his one year, “prove it” deal and he was playing like his 2010 form in preseason until a bicep injury sidelined him on the IR for the entirety of 2014. But he was at all the practices, meetings, etc. to help with the rookie Josh Boyd who was suppose to be brought along slowly with the draft and develop mentality. Ted Continue reading