Surviving Sunday: Packers News, Notes and Links for the Football Deprived

The NFL draft kicks off on Thursday and we’ll finally have some new Green Bay Packers players to root for. I’m not a Draftnik, but based on what I’ve read, listened to, seen, heard or thought, here are the top 5 players I’m most excited about possibly landing with the Packers in this year’s draft: […]

Cory’s Corner: This QB draft class is surprisingly average

This is the golden age of the quarterback. Defensive backs aren’t allowed to be as physical with receivers and pass rushers aren’t allowed to attack the game’s most important position with reckless abandon. Quarterbacks are allowed a cocoon of security as milestone passing numbers become as mundane as a morning slice of toast. Three-hundred yard […]

Cory’s Corner: The Packers remain the class of the NFC North

As we finally get closer to the NFL Draft, there should be plenty of happiness among Packers fans. Why, you may ask? Well, the Packers are still easily the class of the NFC North. They’ve got the best quarterback, best wide receiving tandem and the best running back. The safety position also has plenty of […]

Surviving Sunday: Packers News, Notes and Links for the Football Deprived – 04-19-15

The Green Bay Packers’ family lost a legend this week. He never played a down, or coached a game, but he was associated with the team for an amazing 62 years, a few more years than I’ve been on this earth. Leland (Lee) J. Remmel passed away this week at the age of 92. He […]

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 […]