Cory’s Corner: Keep 3 QBs but Flynn is the Packers’ backup

It’s surprising how much attention the No. 2 quarterback job for the Packers has gotten. But then again, judging from last year’s injury-plagued season, it’s imperative that whoever backs up Aaron Rodgers has to be able to lead a world-class offense. However, deciding on a backup isn’t the most important quarterback decision on this team. […]

Cory’s Corner: The Packers’ solution at center is Linsley

The Packers’ offense has been humming this preseason. Aaron Rodgers looks sharp and confident. Eddie Lacy appears rested and ready. Jordy Nelson hasn’t lost a step. But what about the offensive line? Many became stunned to silence when news spread that JC Tretter would miss several weeks with a knee injury. Tretter was set to […]

Cory’s Corner: Julius Peppers’ time is the regular season

Lots of Packers fans have been disappointed with the play of Julius Peppers in the preseason. Well, get over it. He’s entering his 13th NFL season and as a 34-year-old, he knows exactly how to prepare himself for what matters most: Week 1 at Seattle. I chuckle every time I sift through sports talk radio […]

Cory’s Corner: Packers offense is counting on its tight ends

One of the biggest question marks when the Packers unpacked their duffel bags at the end of July was tight end. And that hasn’t changed much. Only now, it may be a bit of a battle in terms of which guys the Packers keep. Everyone, myself included, had Andrew Quarless slotted to trot out Week […]

Cory’s Corner: Jeff Janis could be Packers’ WR answer

The moment Jared Abbrederis tore his ACL, many Packers fans were left wondering what the status of the receiving corps would be. After starters Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb, there are a few question marks. With neither second-year pros Myles White and Kevin Dorsey unable to grab the full attention of the coaching staff, let […]