His rookie year, Eddie Lacy had 35 receptions for 257 yards and a 7.3 yard average. During the 2014 preseason, the catching ability of Lacy was all the talk, not just of the fans but also of the coaches and
The Forth of July is behind us and that means that Training Camp 2015 is right around the corner. Of course, camp is important to the team and especially to young players trying to get jobs, but it is also
Everyone in Packernation has enjoyed seeing Julius Peppers, Clay Matthews, Randall Cobb and Jordy Nelson highlights during the NFL’s series on the Top 100 Players of 2014 as selected by their peers. For Packernation, there could be no doubt who
A Federal judge in northern Virginia has ordered the cancellation of the Washington Redskins’ trademark. The trademark has been controversial and in the opinion of many native Americans, demeaning. Several teams have come under criticism for their trademarks for similar
It is hard to choose just ten plays in Brett Favre’s career to highlight and rank. with over 420 touchdowns…how do you pick? Brett had so many great plays and made so many memories.
The Packers aren’t jumping to any conclusions regarding Andrew Quarless. The veteran tight end had 29 catches for 323 yards and 3 touchdowns in 2015 but the rookie Richard Rodgers had 20 catches for 225 yards and 2 touchdowns. Rodgers would seem
Elliot Harrison recently did a piece on NFL records that may never be broken. It runs counter to conventional wisdom to even think such a thing when, after all, “Rules are made to be broken.” Maintaining a record has become
The Packers issued a statement about the Andrew Quarless situation yesterday which really said nothing. Shortly after word came out, we made mention of the fact that the infraction might make it difficult for Quarless to maintain his position on the
Every in America day we enjoy the freedom that we celebrate but once a year. Every day freely lived is freely lived on the blood, sweat, and tears of the women and men who let their military service determine the
Brett Favre had some things to say about his ability at age 45. Speaking on Sports Illustrated’s “Where Are They Now?” series, the former Packer said that though he couldn’t do everything required to lead a team..he could still play.