With Raji and Guion re-signed, what’s next for Packers at NT?

The Green Bay Packers defense in 2014 took a significant step forward. The unit didn’t suddenly morph into the second coming of the 1985 Chicago Bears or today’s Seattle Seahawks, but it was no longer an obvious weak spot on an otherwise sensational team. Signing free agent Julius Peppers worked out great. So did bringing […]

NFL Draft Prospect Profile: Duke Johnson RB, University of Miami

The Green Bay Packers have a dynamic duo at the running back position in former ROY Eddie Lacy and hard running complimentary back James Starks. Behind them however is an empty bench. The running position this year is one of the deepest positions in the draft with 15 solid prospects who will likely contribute this […]

Busy Monday for Ted Thompson, Letroy Guion and BJ Raji Returning to Packers

While many of us were busy watching March Madness or doing something more productive with our weekends, Green Bay Packers GM was reportedly doing work. First came the news about Guion this morning, courtesy of Rob Demovsky:   #Packers and Letroy Guion have reached an agreement on a 1-year deal, per a source. Expected to […]

Surviving Sunday: Packers News, Notes and Links for the Football Deprived – 03-29-15

It’s been eerily quiet at 1265 Lombardi Ave the last two weeks.  Not that there’s ever a hoard of news coming from the Green Bay Packers during the first few weeks of free agency, but with some seemingly big holes on the defense at CB and ILB, one might have expected a minor signing at least. perhaps a […]

Cory’s Corner: Less is more, don’t change the PAT rule

I give credit to anyone that is willing to look in the mirror and find ways to get better. It looks like the NFL is moving toward changing the point after touchdown for the 2015 season. But will cosmetic changes like spotting the ball on 1½-yard line for a two-point conversion, moving the line of […]