The excitement was over the unveiling of the Packers’ Super Bowl XLV championship rings. Tonight was a different kind of night, given that the players and coaches have barely interacted since they got back from Dallas, but it’s a night none of the players or fans who were following along on Twitter will likely ever forget.
Rodgers is well on his way to a spot in Canton someday. He has put up strong numbers his first three seasons and the 2010 run to a Super Bowl victory only strengthened the case that Rodgers will be a force to be reckoned with in the NFL for years to come.
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Nothing could ever tarnish the Green Bay Packers’ 2010 Super Bowl win, but does anyone else get the feeling that the NFL lockout has taken a little of the shine off? In an offseason where most of the talk should be about the Packers chances of repeating as football champions, the news is littered with […]
He may not be a folk hero like fellow fullback John Kuuuuuuuuhn, but Quinn Johnson is no small guy. Drafted in the fifth round by the Green Bay Packers in 2009 out of LSU, Johnson is a beast of a man and has been a key part of bolstering the Packers’ rushing attack. While he may not be a touchdown machine near the goal line like Kuhn, Johnson took his blocking role seriously even though he was only active for 11 games this season