Packers Should Turn Attention to B.J. Raji, John Kuhn

The Green Bay Packers are taking their usual slow and steady pace when it comes to free agency. But so far, it’s hard to argue with anything they have done. Keeping Mason Crosby, Nick Perry and Lane Taylor, were all good moves. Not overpaying for a Coby Fleener or Dwayne Allen was also smart. Sometimes in NFL free agency, the best […]

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Packers Make Wise, But Modest Investment in Nick Perry

Ted Thompson and the Green Bay Packers are not afraid to spend big money on players — they just don’t like spending significant money on players that are unproven. Well, Thursday, the Packers made their most significant signing since the start of the NFL free-agent frenzy and once again, their splash was re-signing one of their own as the team […]

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Packers RB James Starks Taking Free-Agent Visit to New England

With quality running backs disappearing from the NFL free-agent market at a rapid pace, the Green Bay Packers may soon be without one of their top runners from a season ago. According to a tweet from Doug Kyed, who covers the Patriots, the six-year veteran out of the University of Buffalo, is taking a free-agent visit to New England this […]

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Packers Were Smart to Keep Lane Taylor

The Green Bay Packers haven’t been very busy since the start of unrestricted free agency, but they did make an intelligent, under-the-radar move, earlier this week by signing offensive lineman Lane Taylor. Taylor, who was set to be a restricted free agent after playing in the league for three seasons as an undrafted free agent out of the Oklahoma State […]

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Jared Cook Could Solve Packers Tight End Problem

During Ted Thompson’s time as Green Bay Packers general manager, the organization has resisted free agency. Yet, it has not be completely ignored it and when needed, Ted has not been afraid to pull the trigger. Thompson signed Ryan Pickett, Julius Peppers and Charles Woodson once upon a time. Now, it’s time for Thompson to try and solve another issue in […]

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Packers: Why Green Bay Should Consider Keeping Andrew Quarless

The tight end position is one of the Green Bay Packers’ biggest weaknesses entering the 2016 off-season and the one player they have at the spot that set to be a free agent is Andrew Quarless. The six-year veteran was drafted in the fifth round out of Penn State in 2010. And over the course of his career, he has never […]

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Packers: 5 Free Agent Tight Ends Green Bay Should Explore

Year after year, the Green Bay Packers have a lot of cap room. They are smart, they re-sign their own players, often times to cheaper deals and they rarely mistakenly give out a bad contract. Entering the 2016 off-season, the Packers are going to have $23.8 million at their disposal and that’s after re-signing Mike Daniels and Letroy Guion. B.J. […]

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Packers Have Tough Decision to Make with Scott Tolzien

The Green Bay Packers have a number of players that are about to become free agents when the NFL’s free-agency period begins next month. The free agent getting some of the least publicity is backup quarterback Scott Tolzien, who also happens to represent one of the more difficult decisions Green Bay will make this off-season. It’s not as if the […]

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Matt Forte is a Perfect Fit for Green Bay Packers

Two years ago, the Green Bay Packers signed an aging free agent that just left the Chicago Bears. That player was Julius Peppers and that deal has worked out remarkably well for Green Bay. Now, with another older, but still productive Bear getting ready to hit the market — Matt Forte — Packers general manager Ted Thompson should get bold […]

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Packers: Why Green Bay Shouldn’t Re-Sign James Jones

The Green Bay Packers have some tough choices this offseason and one of the more difficult ones will be what to do with James Jones. The veteran receiver was a life saver for the Packers this past season. After Jordy Nelson went down to injury and the Packers signed Jones and all he did was catch 50 passes for 890 […]

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