Tag Archive: wide receivers

Jared Abbrederis Preseason Hopeful

  2 years ago     134 Views     2 Comments  

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. (more…)

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3 Things We’re NOT Worried About

  2 years ago     188 Views     3 Comments  

The game against the Eagles revealed some things about the Pack that are seriously messed up. Some of which, we thought we had fixed. Some of which, we hoped we had fixed. Despite the mounting question marks where we hoped we had answers, there are three things that we're not worried about going into week one against the Bears. (more…)

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Will Rodgers Play in Preseason Game 3?

  2 years ago     120 Views     1 Comment  

Kickoff is just a couple hours away and I'm getting pumped for the first game of 2015 at Lambeau Field. Hang in there Packer fans, we're about to get a much needed football fix. Still, there are a lot of concerns going into this game. (more…)

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Does a Ty Go to Montgomery?

  2 years ago     115 Views     Leave your thoughts  

Ty Montgomery was a little late arriving at training camp, but he's not only made up for lost time, he's made quite a stir. Is it enough to unseat Adams for the number three receiver position, or is it just a lot of training camp hype? (more…)

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Click Here To Wish Jared Abbrederis Well!

  3 years ago     650 Views     24 Comments  

News of Jared Abbrederis' ACL injury dampened Family Night for Packers fans who also follow the Badgers.. We saw a lot of good things...a lot of exciting things, but did not get a chance to see Jared out there catching passes and running around. This is a setback...nothing more and as AJ Hawk hinted, Abbrederis will look back on this year with a smile after a long and illustrious career with the Packers. Of course, there is no guarantee of that but Jared has a real shot and could contribute to the longevity and success of Aaron Rodgers too. The…

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