Posts Tagged ‘Desmond Bishop’

Playbook mailbag: Who’s our favorite MLB

While every question has its merit – and believe it, we enjoy answering every one of them, so keep sending them in to playbook@nfl.com or via Twitter at #askplaybook – only a special kind of question can launch us into a raging debate. That question starts or ends with “why?”

For Packers, it’s all about a comfy pair of pants

When the Green Bay Packers decided to sport a throwback look that tossed it all the way back to 1929 — back when teams wore leather helmets and league uniform standards were much different than in today’s game — obviously, there were skeptics.

A few minutes with … three Super Bowl champs

Decimated by injuries, the Packers found willing and able replacements all season in winning the Super Bowl. Three players who stepped up on defense — LB Desmond Bishop, SS Charlie Peprah and CB/special-teams ace Jarrett Bush — took time Tuesday to chat with NFL.com about their offseason, the lingering NFL lockout and overcoming adversity individually and as a team.

WR Ward comes up big for Steelers

Big series all in shotgun, empty with no backs. Green Bay decided not to pressure, went with mostly three- or four-man rush and the Steelers were able to move the ball.

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