Cory’s Corner: Anyone want to play nose tackle for the Packers?

As soon as B.J. Raji was lost for the season this past August, my mind started to race. I wondered if general manager Ted Thompson would pick up the phone and call Ryan Pickett. After all, the 6-foot-2, 310-pound defensive tackle played eight seasons for the Packers. He started all 16 games in 2012 and […]

Cory’s Corner: Eddie Lacy is no Ahman Green, but is still special

Last year Eddie Lacy was crowned the Rookie of the Year and immediately after that, expectations ballooned. People began comparing him to the Packers’ all-time leading rusher Ahman Green — which is completely off the mark. First of all, Green had the ability to make staccato cuts as well as truck over defenders. In order […]

Cory’s Corner: Aaron Rodgers must trust teammates not named Jordy

Packers fans have been spoiled at the quarterback position for a few years. First it was Brett Favre throwing fastballs while playing through all amounts of pain and now it’s Aaron Rodgers cerebrally reading the field as he surgically cuts up a secondary. But on Sunday, Packers fans saw something they have not seen in […]

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 […]