Cory’s Corner: JC Tretter makes the most sense at left tackle

Ted Thompson admitted two things on Monday. One, he admitted that he made a mistake with first round pick Derek Sherrod. When Roger Goodell stepped to the podium in 2011, just about everyone was surprised when he told the world that the Packers had just selected Sherrod with the 32nd and final pick of the […]

Packers vs. Chiefs – 2014 Preseason Game Four – First Impressions

Green Bay Packers vs. Kansas City Chiefs – 2014 Preseason Game Three – GB 34 KC 14 GAME NOTES: Corey Linsley makes his Packers debut as the starting center snapping the ball to Aaron Rodgers. Letroy Guion also debuts – his first time on the field for the Packers. Last opportunity for Matt Flynn or Scott Tolzien to […]

Packers Injuries: Here we go again?

When the Packers travel to Seattle to open the season on Sept. 4 in the NFL’s noisiest stadium against the defending Super Bowl champions, they’ll take the field without three, possibly four, preferred starters. Nose tackle B.J. Raji (arm) is lost for the season. New center J.C. Tretter (knee) is out for up to six […]

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 […]

Offensive Linemen Musical Chairs, 2014 Edition Round 2

A couple months ago I wrote an article listing talking about the game of musical chairs that the Packers play every year with the offensive line.  Just a recap, there probably isn’t another group of players less understood and paradoxically more diverse and similar than offensive linemen.  However with the ACL injury to Don Barclay […]