The Green Bay Packers have moved on from former first round pick in 2011, Derek Sherrod and activated J. C. Tretter from injured reserve/ designated to return list. Sherrod was drafted with much excitement was expected to protect Aaron Rodgers’ blind side for the next decade, but it didn’t pan out that way. Ever since […]
Ten Packers Training Camp Topics: #9 — Battle at Right Tackle
The Green Bay Packers offensive line has underwent a significant shift this offseason. Bryan Bulaga and Josh Sitton moved from the right side of the line to Aaron Rodgers’ blindside, while T.J. Lang kicked over to Sitton’s old spot at right guard. Evan Dietrich-Smith will begin the season as the starting center, leaving right tackle […]
Did the Packers Want to Draft Kyle Long?
“A couple of days before the draft, I heard the Cowboys were a threat to take (Kyle) Long in the first round, perhaps if they moved down from the 18th pick. I later heard from league sources outside of Halas Hall that the Colts (24th pick) and Rams (22nd pick) were very interested in drafting him. […]
Packers 2013 NFL Draft – Fourth Round Pick: David Bakhtiari, OT, Colorado
With their first fourth round pick (109th overall) in the 2013 NFL draft, the Green Bay Packers select Davit Bakhtiari, an OT from Colorado. PLAYER DETAILS: David Bakhtiari OT Colorado 6’4″/299lbs CAREER NOTES: After redshirting in 2009 at the University of Colorado, Bakhtiari was thrown into the fire at right tackle in 2010, starting eleven games while […]
Packers’ Chad Clifton Must Once Again Channel Major League’s Jake Taylor in 2011
With Chad Clifton hobbling through the first couple of games, it looked like the Green Bay Packers were going to endure another season of uncertainity at left tackle in 2010. Then — like Jake Taylor helping the Indians win the pennant in Major League — Clifton showed that he wasn’t a past-his-prime washout and played a significant role in the Packers run to the Super Bowl.