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

It was 26 years ago on Friday that Bob Harlan was elected as president of the Green Bay Packers. Under Harlan, the Packers went from a laughingstock to one of the most successful franchises in all of sports. Thanks to people like Mike Holmgren, Reggie White and Brett Favre, the Packers became “cool” again. Harlan […]

When Will it Ever End? Packers Free Agency the Ted Thompson Way

There is a saying regarding NFL Free Agency. I love the quote, although I don’t know its origin. “Teams that ‘win’ in March are rarely ‘winners’ in January”. The system rewards players based on past performance, but mostly perceived future production, by teams who throw serious money their way in an effort to improve and […]

Cory’s Corner: Julius Peppers is No. 56…remain excited

I’ve never seen a number unveiling get this much excitement. And for those of you that may not know, Julius Peppers will be wearing No. 56 next season for the Packers. That’s quite a change for someone that was consistently coming off the edge as a defensive end in a three-point stance wearing No. 90. […]

Cory’s Corner: Ted Thompson will stick to his script

Now I don’t want to totally dismiss anything that NFL writer and analyst Ian Rapoport said…but I don’t believe any of it. For those that missed it, Rapoport said that the Packers could sign as many as five free agents to take advantage of the Packers nearly $28 million in cap space. Anyone who has […]

Surviving Sunday: Packers News, Notes and Links for the Football Deprived asked fans to vote on their Packers Mt. Rushmore this week and it created some interesting debate on Twitter and talk radio. In case you’re unfamiliar with the concept, the Packers Mt. Rushmore needs to consist of four people. It can be players, coaches, executives or whomever that you feel is one of the […]