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
Vic Ketchman didn’t want to answer this one (understandable), but I thought it was an interesting question so I answered it in Part 2 of Breaking Down a “Special” Offense this morning. But Packernation always has an opinion. So today’s Packernation poll
There has been a lot of talk about how the Packers offense could be “special” this year, but what does that mean? In this series we will look at key statistics from last season to determine what positions, units, and
Draft classes will always be measured and graded just days after the selections are made and before the players even take the field. This may not be fair but it is a reality. This is a “What have you done
2014 showed that the Packers offense is, frankly, a juggernaut. Two rookies that made a difference at positions where that is difficult to do (wide receiver and tight end) in this league will now be coming back after a season
The competition for starting tight end has gotten interesting. Andrew Quarless, Brandon Bostick, and Richard Rodgers all seem to be in the mix as the third preseason game approaches this coming Friday. Will there be a shakeup…a change?
Well training camps have already begun for the Bears and the Vikes and Packers players report today. Football is almost here! One of the most exciting battles in this year’s training camp is the battle for tight end. That position