Articles by: Ryan Cook (Co-Founder, Senior Writer)

Green Bay Packers Find a Sleeper in Defensive End Datone Jones

Green Bay Packers Find a Sleeper in Defensive End Datone Jones

2013/04/25 at 11:04 pm 0 comments

The Green Bay Packers were left with two major options with the 26th pick on Thursday night. After possible prospects Jarvis Jones and Desmond Trufant were selected earlier, that left either Eddie Lacy or Sylvester Williams for the Packers to mull over- but instead, general manager Ted Thompson chose a [...]

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Steven Jackson Voids Contract: Is He an Option for the Packers?

Steven Jackson Voids Contract: Is He an Option for the Packers?

2013/03/08 at 1:09 am 0 comments

Due a total of $7 million this season, St. Louis Rams running back Steven Jackson voided the final year of his contract on Thursday, sending him into the free agent market for the first time in his eight year career. The reason for Jackson’s departure wasn’t exactly hard to figure [...]

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No Franchise Tag for Packers’ Greg Jennings: What’s Left for Green Bay’s Remaining Free Agents?

No Franchise Tag for Packers’ Greg Jennings: What’s Left for Green Bay’s Remaining Free Agents?

2013/03/05 at 2:42 am 1 comment

Although it came as no surprise, Greg Jennings is set to test free agency next week after the Green Bay Packers chose not to place a tag on their once prized wide receiver. Among the list of potential free agent wide receivers heading into next season, Kansas City’s Dwayne Bowe [...]

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Randy Moss, 49ers Parting Ways: Potential Landing Spots For Ageing Receiver

Randy Moss, 49ers Parting Ways: Potential Landing Spots For Ageing Receiver

2013/03/02 at 11:01 pm 1 comment

It didn’t take long for the San Francisco 49ers to ship Alex Smith out on the first boat to Kansas City. Now, on Saturday, it appears Randy Moss will be the next player to make an exit from the Bay Area. Arguably one of the greatest wide receivers in the [...]

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Tyrann Mathieu Compares His Game to Charles Woodson, Ed Reed, Troy Polamalu

Tyrann Mathieu Compares His Game to Charles Woodson, Ed Reed, Troy Polamalu

2013/03/01 at 2:01 am 0 comments

Like a handful of others, Tyrann Mathieu has spent this week fielding questions about past off the field struggles, while trying to convince scouts and GM’s of his value and alleged newfound maturity since his “Honey Badger” days. Those questions, were perhaps the hard part of the Scouting Combine for [...]

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With Franchise Tag Unlikely, What Options Does Packers’ Greg Jennings Have?

With Franchise Tag Unlikely, What Options Does Packers’ Greg Jennings Have?

2013/02/19 at 1:37 am 0 comments

This past Monday marked the first calendar day NFL teams could franchise tag their free agents ahead of a long offseason. At the moment only five or six names look to be a guaranteed certainty in terms of their future, while the rest of the pool swims freely in doubt. [...]

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Plenty of Problems Evident in Green Bay Packers 45-31 Loss to 49ers

Plenty of Problems Evident in Green Bay Packers 45-31 Loss to 49ers

2013/01/12 at 11:15 pm 3 comments

It was hard to say what the Green Bay Packers took away from their dismantlement of the Minnesota Vikings last week in the lead up to their Divisional Round clash in San Francisco on Saturday. Looking back now, it’s fair to say that the Packers problems in the regular season [...]

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Green Bay Packers vs. Minnesota Vikings: Keys to NFC Wildcard Showdown

Green Bay Packers vs. Minnesota Vikings: Keys to NFC Wildcard Showdown

2013/01/04 at 1:20 am 0 comments

Packers vs. Vikings: Keys to a Green Bay Victory Rubber games come and go between two teams like the Packers and Vikings quite often, but none may play such a huge part in the history books as this Sunday’s Wildcard match up at Lambeau Field. If all of this sounds [...]

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NFL Week 2 MVP Awards: Philadelphia Eagles, Cam Newton Earn Honors

NFL Week 2 MVP Awards: Philadelphia Eagles, Cam Newton Earn Honors

2012/09/17 at 1:24 am 0 comments

Week 2 done, with as little as three upsets recorded this time around. On the side, there was one bitter handshake between two coaches who really had no beef. Another couple of Michael Vick turnovers, a botched field goal by one of the league’s best boots, and a bunch of [...]

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Around The AFC West: Chargers, Broncos, Chiefs Make for Busy Saturday

Around The AFC West: Chargers, Broncos, Chiefs Make for Busy Saturday

2012/08/19 at 1:11 am 0 comments

Three of the West’s teams were up on Saturday, making for a busy day. The Chargers turned out to be the only victorious side from the division this week – making them a perfect 2-0 – but aside from W’s and L’s, there’s still plenty to talk about from each [...]

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