Cory’s Corner: Stop relying on sponsors and do your job NFL

I realize money makes the world go ’round, but should it also be a moral compass? Adrian Peterson was set to play in Sunday’s game before Radisson Hotels and Anheuser-Busch stepped in. The question is, why does it have to go to those lengths? Commissioner Roger Goodell had the chance to take a stand against […]

Cory’s Corner: Packers’ passing game needs its tight ends

Jordy Nelson put the Packers’ receiving corps on his back in Sunday’s 31-24 comeback win over the Jets. But Green Bay cannot rely on Nelson to come through with 209 receiving yards — good for fourth best in franchise history — every week. The position that would really open things up for other receivers is […]

Cory’s Corner: Temper expectations for A.J. Hawk

I will admit that I haven’t always been the biggest fan of A.J. Hawk. Granted, the expectations of living up to a fifth overall selection are pretty enormous. With that high of a pick, a good player just isn’t good enough. A team needs a dynamic body that can disrupt the running and passing game […]

Cory’s Corner: The NFL must part ways with commish Roger Goodell

Ray Rice finally got the punishment he deserved, but it shouldn’t have taken nearly this long. After TMZ leaked the despicable and appalling elevator video of Rice and his then-fiancé and now-wife Janay Rice, the NFL was in full backpedal. The average value of an NFL team is $1.43 billion. The NFL currently hovers around […]

Cory’s Corner: Ted Thompson must reinvest in Aaron Rodgers

Coming into the preseason, the Packers were pegged to have the best offensive line of the Aaron Rodgers era. However, since then guard/tackle Don Barclay blew out his right ACL and is done for the season. Center JC Tretter suffered a “significant knee injury” during the third preseason game on Aug. 22 and will be […]