No Free Agents Left? Here are Three the Packers Should Sign Now

Nearly two weeks into NFL free agency it is time to take stock as to how the Packers are faring and how they might still be able to improve with the signing of a select few of the available players left on the open market. For comparison sake, let’s examine the web site NFL.com for […]

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 […]

Tentative Ted: Will Thompson’s dilly-dallying at CB cost the Packers?

As Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson sat patiently, presumably waiting for Tramon Williams to return home at a lower price after exploring potentially greener pastures, Williams signed with Cleveland for 3 years and $21 million. Now the Packers are a man short at outside cornerback. Even though Williams turned 32 on Monday, he […]

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

After a rough start, Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson has drafted some really good offensive linemen in recent years. Here are Thompson’s o-linemen selections his first five years as Packers GM: (Player, round, years) Junius Coston, 5, 2005 Will Whitaker, 7, 2005 Daryn Colledge, 2, 2006 Jason Spitz, 3, 2006 Tony Moll, 5, […]

Cory’s Corner: Greg Hardy is risky but will reward Packers

Everyone should agree that the Packers are in a win now mode. They have the best quarterback in the game and the best tandem of receivers. General manager Ted Thompson has done well so far in free agency by bringing back Randall Cobb and Bryan Bulaga. Those were the team’s two biggest needs. So what’s […]