Looking at Tony?

Looking at Tony?

According the Pro Football Talk the Green Bay Packers are one of four teams looking to trade for tight end Tony Gonzalez. The Chiefs are asking for a third round pick for eleven year vet.

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Lumpkin Out Wynn In

Lumpkin Out Wynn In

Word is surfacing that running back Kregg Lumpkin is done for the year and former Packer DeShawn Wynn has been activated. Lumpkin had been nursing a hamstring so it's unclear as to the reason.

Linked Up

Linked Up

I thought I would take this opportunity to bring back one of the most popular features of the page. We have scoured the Packersphere and bring you this weeks - linked up.

Coaching Staff Frustrated With Sanders?

Coaching Staff Frustrated With Sanders?

I'm not sayin', I'm just sayin'.

Tawkin' Hawks

Tawkin' Hawks

Since it's almost Friday that means it's time to start talking Seahawks. It is eerily peculiar how both these teams find themselves in similar positions. Here are five things to watch for.

Dumbass

Dumbass

In our second installment of what I plan to be a weekly feature, we dive further into the world of the dumbass. Much like last time, this Packer fan has no clue whatsoever.

Colledge Makes Clifton Decision Difficult

Colledge Makes Clifton Decision Difficult

Mike McCarthty, when asked about possible changes on the offensive line:

Let's Pause

Let's Pause

There comes a point, amidst a several week span such as this one, that sometimes I need to take a break as a fan. Not a break from the Pack per-say, but rather a moment of perspective.

Lucky F*****

Lucky F*****

Travis Hannack is now the luckiest person I don't know. After Greg Jennings made a call out to fans in search of a President for his fan club, Travis answered in a big way.

Packers Sign DE

Packers Sign DE

The Green Bay Packers have signed another defensive end. Former Howard University DE Rudolph Hardie was signed to the practice squad this morning. The former Detroit Lion was released on the final cutdown day.

Ranking #21

Ranking #21

Fans aside, even the pundits are starting to jump off the band wagon. According to the latest ESPN power ranking our beloved Green Bay Packers are slotted way down at number twenty-one.

Parcells Wanted Lansanah

Parcells Wanted Lansanah

Clearly, Bill Parcells is keeping tabs on the Packer's practice squad.

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