Packers: Coffee Headline News
Legendary senior writer, Packers lead blogger & NFC North columnist jclombardi presents Packers headlines.
Packers, Evan Dietrich-Smith agree to deal: Packers center Evan Dietrich Smith signed a $1.323 million one year contract.
Favre on Green Bay return--'We'll do it one day': Speaking with Bob Sturm on “The Bob and Dan Show” on Sports radio 1310 The Ticket in Dallas, retired legendary Packers quarterback Brett Favre said he will eventually reconcile with the Packers.
Hawk on Rodgers: 'He's going to get a billion dollars, probably': LB A. J. Hawk says QB Rodgers is worth being paid the highest paid player in NFL history. We shall see.
Packers will hold draft party inside Lambeau Field Atrium: Packers announced their official NFL Draft Party is scheduled for Thursday, April 25, at Curly's Pub in the Lambeau Field Atrium.
Hawk: Rodgers is going to get 'a billion dollars': While on NFL AM on the NFL Network, Hawk, who took a pay cut of $7.25 million over the final three years of his deal, talks about his pal Rodgers and future big deal. Who cares? Win games, especially in the playoffs.
Packers hosting impressive group of athletes for pre-draft visits: The Packers focus on lower round and free agent-type players for their pre-draft visits. Some of them are pretty impressive meaning they will be drafted on the third day.
Finley hopes to emulate Gonzalez: TE Finley wants to be like Tony Gonzalez. The Packers and Packers fans just want him to have a record 2013 year performance.
Packers officially sign blocking tight end Mulligan: Matthew Mulligan, free-agent veteran tight end, will replace departed Crabtree’s role in the Packers’ offense with his blocking ability.