Green Bay Packers made one move on the first day of free agency. That move was re-signing Nick Perry to a five-year deal worth 60 million dollars. Green Bay is taking a risk that Perry plays like he did for the last year and the
NFL signings are barreling around Twitter for the last couple days along with franchise tags. The big takeaway, minus Antonio Brown’s huge contract, is edge rushers are getting either paid or tagged. Melvin Ingram of the Los Angeles Chargers received a franchise tag on Monday.
Green Bay Packers learned today that Nick Perry will not play in Sunday’s game versus Seattle. He has multiple broken fingers, and Perry hopes he can play with a club in the coming weeks. To make matters worse, Clay Matthews is taking a few days
Star Ratings didn’t make an appearance on Friday morning. That’s on me. There wasn’t enough time on Thursday night. To replace it, we’re going to see how Green Bay is doing on all things offensive, defensive, special teams as well as look where they stand
Green Bay Packers coming off a bye week has been friendly under the Mike McCarthy era. He has a seven-game winning streak after a bye week, and we always see something new from either the offense or defense. Packers face a Giants team who has
Star ratings, your weekly look at the Green Bay Packers and how they did. We look at individual players and different moments of the game that made a difference in a good or a bad way. 5 Stars Aaron Rodgers – Hell of a game