Cory’s Corner: Jones and Hawk were necessary subtractions

Inside linebacker was the bleakest Packers’ position group. Now it’s the thinnest. After the Packers cut Brad Jones and A.J. Hawk, the team now only has Sam Barrington at the position. In two seasons as a pro, Barrington has started only seven games. But even with the cloud of uncertainty hanging over 1265 Lombardi Ave., […]

Cory’s Corner: Packers must hang on to Randall Cobb

If Aaron Rodgers is the heartbeat of the Packers, Randall Cobb is the breath of life. The asking price for Cobb may seem steep, but it’s really not when you compare him to Victor Cruz. Cruz signed a five-year $43 million extension in the summer of 2013. He was coming off his first Pro Bowl […]

Cory’s Corner: The Packers’ special teams needs a reboot

The Packers’ special teams was anything but special this year. Green Bay had seven kicks blocked and were ranked dead last in the annual special teams rankings compiled by The Dallas Morning News. Not to mention, a fake field goal and a botched onside kick sealed the Packers’ NFC Championship Game fate. And to prove that […]

Cory’s Corner: Deflategate is the NFL’s failure

The NFL is America’s Game, and yet it’s losing again. I am exhausted from Deflategate. I am sick of talking about pounds per square inch, game balls and air needles. The NFL has had six days to figure out what to do with the mobster Bill Belichick and his New England Patriot minions. Commissioner Roger […]

Cory’s Corner: Mike McCarthy’s play-calling days are over

After getting some time to digest the Great Cheese Melt, I am left scratching my head at the strangest game I ever saw. The Seahawks outscored the Packers 28-6 in the second half as Green Bay’s Super Bowl dreams went up in smoke by an overtime score of 28-22 in the NFC Championship Game. And […]