The Green Bay Packers agreed to a contract with second-round draft pick Jerel Worthy on Thursday night, the Green Bay Press-Gazette reported.
Posted: Thursday, April 19th, 2012 | NFL.com staff Tags: Green Bay Packers, Amini Silatolu, Andre Branch, Charles Davis, Charley Casserly, Doug Martin, Dre Kirkpatrick, Harrison Smith, Kevin Zeitler, Mike Mayock, Nick Collins, Peter Konz, Shea McClellin, Whitney Mercilus
According to the experts on NFL Network’s “Path to the Draft,” pass rush is the key area of need for the Green Bay Packers. But, will a quality player to fill that need still be available when the Packers pick at No. 28?
On Sunday, two big zeros were erased from the NFL landscape – the Colts’ potential freefall toward 0-16 and the Packers’ bid for a 16-0 season.
Starting CB Tramon Williams was among the players listed as inacitve, according to a team tweet, for their game this afternoon at Carolina. Other Packers on the inactive list: RB Alex Green, CB Davon House, LB Frank Zombo, T Derek Sherrod, DE Mike Neal, and LB Vic So’oto.
CB Charles Woodson, FB John Kuhn, RB Ryan Grant and president/CEO Mark Murphy took in some team history on Broadway last night when they attended “Lombardi” based on Pulitzer Prize winning author David Maraniss’ biography on the original Super Bowl winning Packers coach.
The talk started before the lights at Cowboys Stadium had been turned off following Super Bowl XLV: These Packers are in position for a long run of success.
The Packers came into the Super Bowl, heck into the playoffs, with 15 players on injured reserve. They leave Cowboys Stadiums as World Champions. And they leave with 44 players under 30. The Packers could very well be on the verge of a dynasty.
If there is a difference between the 3-4 defenses of the Packers and Steelers — and I think there is — in my mind it’s the youth and talent of Packers cornerbacks Sam Shields, Tramon Williams and Charles Woodson.
Making the process of watching NFL players de-board a plane as compelling as humanly possible, NFL Network’s Scott Hanson, Steve Mariucci and Jamie Dukes take you through the arrival of the Packers at Super Bowl XLV on Monday.
A look at some of the most notable numbers from the Packers’ 21-14 win over the Bears in the NFC Championship game, including why B.J. Raji is now in select company.