Ryan Grant, Ahman Green, Dorsey Levens, Edgar Bennett… these are some names we all know well. Not only did these backs give the Packers the potential of a 20 yard explosion at any given time, they also had long tenures
Many of the teams in the league are entering the 2013 draft in crisis mode. They have positions that absolutely need to be filled and they’ll be praying the draft will produce some picks that they can throw on the
For a roster regularly mentioned as one of the most talented in football, the Packers appear to have more than just a couple needs heading into the NFL draft. The wobbly defensive front and ailing safety position are two of
With the NFL Draft just weeks away, it’s worth looking back on the Packers’ recent draft classes. While one can’t expect a player to pay big dividends in his first season with the team, three years of minimal production
Jermichael Finley has always been this ball of pent up potential energy that we’ve all been expecting to explode at any moment. That hasn’t happened yet, but if it is going to happen, this is definitely the season for it.
Mason had a serious slup last season. Still, the Packer brass remained confident that he would eventually snap out of it. That confidence has apparently been shaken.
The selection of Aaron Rodgers in the 2005 draft just gets better and better every year. Aaron took over the reigns of the team in 2008 at the beginning of the nightmare that had Brett Favre decide to “unretire.” Throughout
Ted Thompson is not afraid to scan the Division II and III ranks in search of hidden talent he can add to the Packers. And, he’s found some decent gems that made their names in a Division II or III
Sales from the Packer Pro Shop’s clearance section just might achieve record volume this spring. In just over one week the organization saw departures of two fan favorites, with a third likely to follow in March. Such represents a change
When the Packers cut a deal with Charles Woodson in 2006, they were taking a big chance on a player that had struggled through most of his career with the Raiders. The risk turned out to be well worth it