Cory’s Corner: Anyone want to play nose tackle for the Packers?

As soon as B.J. Raji was lost for the season this past August, my mind started to race. I wondered if general manager Ted Thompson would pick up the phone and call Ryan Pickett. After all, the 6-foot-2, 310-pound defensive tackle played eight seasons for the Packers. He started all 16 games in 2012 and […]

The Burke Blotter: Why a Losing Season is OK for the Packers

It’s only Week 4 of the NFL season but with the one quarter mark of the 2014 season coming after this weekend, now is the time fans will get either giddy or jittery about their team’s chances. Fans of the Green Bay Packers as of right now definitely fall into the latter category. The Packers […]

The Burke Blotter: The NFL Needs the Green Bay Packers

If someone were to say the National Football league has had a bad past couple of weeks, they would be making the understatement of the century. Multiple domestic abuse indictments and/or accusations along with Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson being charged with child abuse has stained the NFL. The league has gone into a […]

Cory’s Corner: Ted Thompson must reinvest in Aaron Rodgers

Coming into the preseason, the Packers were pegged to have the best offensive line of the Aaron Rodgers era. However, since then guard/tackle Don Barclay blew out his right ACL and is done for the season. Center JC Tretter suffered a “significant knee injury” during the third preseason game on Aug. 22 and will be […]

Time for the Turk: A Running List of Green Bay Packers Roster Cuts – 2014

The Green Bay Packers released 18 players and placed four on season-ending injured reserve to cut down their roster to the 53 man mark to open the 2014 regular season. It’s that awful day when a knock on the door or a call to your cell could mean the Turk is looking for you. The following […]