Archive for the ‘Green Bay Packers’ Category

Jordy Nelson said criticism of Aaron Rodgers ‘doesn’t makes sense’

Friday, February 22nd, 2019

Aaron Rodgers and Jordy Nelson were nothing short of a dynamic duo when the pair both played in Green Bay. Nelson was one of Rodgers' favorite targets throughout his nine seasons with the Packers, and was instrumental in their 2011 Super Bowl win. Yet even though Nelson now plays for the Oakland Raiders, he's not going to sit by and let his former quarterback take criticism from former teammates — more of which surfaced again in recent weeks.

Jordy Nelson “wasn’t happy” to leave Packers, but just wants to move on

Wednesday, February 20th, 2019

Wide receiver Jordy Nelson is set to play at Lambeau Field in 2019, but not as often as he would have liked. Nelson was released by the Packers last year and signed a two-year deal with the Raiders, who will pay a visit to Green Bay during the regular season. During a recent appearance on ESPN Wisconsin, Nelson was asked to revisit his feelings about his departure from the Packers after nine seasons.

Nathaniel Hackett: New system won’t be a “start over” for Aaron Rodgers

Tuesday, February 19th, 2019

Aaron Rodgers may have a whole new coaching staff to work with next season with the Green Bay Packers, but don't expect the offense to change too much under the new regime. According to, offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett said on Monday that the new coaching staff isn't looking to completely tear down the type of playbook that Rodgers has thrived in throughout his run as a starter in Green Bay. “You don't want to necessarily treat it as a start over because he's done so many great things,” Hackett said.

QB coach brings familiar face for Rodgers on Packers’ staff

Monday, February 18th, 2019

When Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers gets ready for his 15th season, he'll be working with a new coach and offensive coordinator. At least there will be a constant for the 35-year-old quarterback: the return of Luke Getsy as quarterbacks coach. A quality control coach in 2014 and 2015 and receivers coach in 2016 and 2017, Getsy spent last season as offensive coordinator and receivers coach at Mississippi State.

Mike Pettine calls it “easy decision” to stay in Green Bay with Matt LaFleur

Monday, February 18th, 2019

Packers defensive coordinator Mike Pettine came to Green Bay to be part of Mike McCarthy's coaching staff, but neither McCarthy's departure during the 2018 season nor the hiring of Matt LaFleur to replace him gave Pettine cause to leave the organization. Pettine had LaFleur's brother on his coaching staff with the Browns and said he felt “common ground” with the new head coach despite not working together in the past. The defensive staff has seen some changes with linebackers coach Patrick Graham leaving to become the Dolphins defensive coordinator and defensive passing game coordinator Joe Whitt departing for a job in Cleveland.

Packers offensive coaches plan to hit Aaron Rodgers from “all angles”

Monday, February 18th, 2019

The hope in Green Bay is that quarterback Aaron Rodgers is able to turn in a better 2019 season than he managed in 2018 and there will be three members of the coaching staff working with him on making that happen. Head coach Matt LaFleur, offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett and quarterbacks coach Luke Getsy will all have a role. Getsy worked with the Packers as a quality control coach and wide receivers coach from 2014 to 2017 and LaFleur said he spoke to Rodgers about the hire, but that it wasn't a requirement that the team hired someone who had worked with the quarterback in the past.

Most pressing fantasy questions the NFC North has to answer

Friday, February 15th, 2019

As Aaron Rodgers heads into his twilight years, making his life easier must be a focus for the Green Bay Packers. With the offseason now in view for NFL teams, it's time to spin forward. Here, we'll explore the most pressing question each NFC North team must answer before the 2019 NFL season begins, and how it pertains to fantasy.

New Orleans Saints or Green Bay Packers: Which team would be a better fit for Antonio Brown?

Thursday, February 14th, 2019

The "Good Morning Football" crew debates which team would be a better fit for Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown: The New Orleans Saints or the Green Bay Packers.

Bears hire Chris Jackson as defensive assistant

Tuesday, February 12th, 2019

Bears coach Matt Nagy announced the hiring of Chris Jackson as a defensive assistant Tuesday. Jackson joins the Bears in his second stint with the club after previously assisting the Bears during training camp in 2018 in conjunction with the NFL's Bill Walsh Diversity Coaching Fellowship. He most recently served as the receivers coach at Liberty High School in Peoria, Ariz.

Primetime, Thanksgiving games reportedly on tap for Bears’ 2019 schedule

Monday, February 11th, 2019

Primetime, Thanksgiving games reportedly on tap for Bears' 2019 schedule originally appeared on While the NFL won't release its 2019 schedule for another two months, Sports Business Journal reported a few noteworthy details on Monday for Bears fans dreaming of next season. Momentum continues to build for the Bears to open the 2019 season on Thursday night against the Green Bay Packers, a spot usually reserved for the defending Super Bowl champion. The NFL, per SBJ, wants to give the season opener to Chicago as both the Bears and the league celebrate their 100th anniversaries concurrently.