For someone who is a Ted Thompson basher, I wonder how this morning went for them. On one hand, they signed two tight ends to give Aaron Rodgers more offense than maybe since the 2010 season, and the other hand, he lost two interior linemen
Green Bay Packers are the walking wounded heading into Thursday. Same goes for Chicago. Thursday Night Football is a disaster, and it continues to be for everyone involved. This should be a noon game on Sunday afternoon with a mid-level FOX team on the call.
Podcast this week features Mitch and I talking about the NFL season that’s upcoming, but we begin with thoughts on the Josh Sitton release along with some other takes regarding the roster. We look into week one versus Jacksonville, and why we both think the
There have been many ex-Packers who head to the NFC North rival. They want to stick it to Ted Thompson and show they still have something left in the tank. Usually, Minnesota is the team that plays the new team, but this time, it’s Chicago.
News broke this afternoon by ESPN’s Rob Demovsky that Josh Sitton, Green Bay’s Pro Bowl guard, will no longer be a part of the team. Packers are currently looking to trade Sitton, but it’s likely he will be released at 3:00 pm. This is an