Cory’s Corner: The NFL must address its broke retired players

The average NFL team is worth $1.43 billion and the league is knocking on the $10 billion revenue door. The NFL is easily this country’s most revered sport. Every Sunday, Monday and now Thursday (begrudgingly) has become must-see TV. The playoffs are a smorgasbord for the senses and the Super Bowl continues to set ratings […]

Cory’s Corner: Let’s appreciate the talent grabber — Ted Thompson

It’s hard to believe that this will be Ted Thompson’s 11th NFL Draft in a couple weeks. The Packers general manager understands that the draft and develop philosophy is the best recipe for sustained success in the NFL. And if you don’t believe me, just take a peek at the money the Redskins and Cowboys […]

Cory’s Corner: Clay Matthews should move to ILB full-time

Clay Matthews took one for the team last year. When coach Mike McCarthy came to the standout outside linebacker, Matthews accepted the role and the team got better. Matthews’ debut at inside linebacker was Nov. 9 in a blowout win vs. Chicago. He led the team in tackles with 11 and also tallied a sack. […]

Cory’s Corner: Kuhn, Bush and Flynn — who will stay?

Ted Thompson has set the standard for keeping his own players in the fold. Of the nine signed free agents, five have agreed to come back to Green Bay. But three Packers remain as free agents. With the NFL Draft looming on April 30, will Thompson bring back John Kuhn, Jarrett Bush and Matt Flynn? […]

Cory’s Corner: Through jabs, we see Aaron Rodgers’ true colors

It’s pretty apparent that Aaron Rodgers not only likes hoops, but more specifically — the Wisconsin Badgers. I have no problem with that one bit. Yes, he may have thrown touchdown passes for Cal, but he has been ingrained in the sausage and cheese tradition since getting drafted 24th overall in 2005. And then the […]