1. NBA Analyst Jalen Rose Brings Integrity Back to ESPN Set

    First Take is designed for Skip Bayless to publicly muck up the reputations of other players. He drags them through the mud and is encouraged to do so because it brings in the ratings, and ratings is money for ESPN...

    JD Kruger Written by JD Kruger about over 2 years ago 3,357 reads 12 comments

  2. NFL Collects Bounty on Saints —and Why Punishment Is Far Too Lenient

    In what appears to only be the first round of punishment in regards to the New Orleans Saints bounty scandal, the league offices sent a clear message that they would not tolerate this sort of behavior...

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  3. Post-Combine: What the Packers 7-Round Draft Should Look Like Now

    It's that time of the year again. The NFL Scouting Combine has concluded and the NFL draft is a little under two months away. General managers around the league are taking care of their draft boards -- dotting their i's and crossing their t's...

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  4. NFL Combine 2012: Players the Green Bay Packers Are Watching Closely

    The Green Bay Packers will be looking at dozens of players over the course of the weekend, trying to profile each and see who will best fit on their roster in 2012 and beyond...

    JD Kruger Written by JD Kruger about over 2 years ago 2,559 reads 3 comments

  5. Allowing Pro Bowl Center Scott Wells to Walk May Set off Domino Effect

    By now, it's all but certain that Pro Bowl center, Scott Wells, will not be suiting up for the Green Bay Packers in 2012. It isn't that the Packers don't want him back or that they failed to try...

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  6. Potential Risks and Rewards Come with Costly Choice to Tag QB Matt Flynn

    With the Green Bay Packers reaching terms on a new two-year contract with superstar tight end Jermichael Finley, the options they have with the franchise tag are now bound by no means...

    JD Kruger Written by JD Kruger about over 2 years ago 257 reads 3 comments

  7. Green Bay Packers and Superstar TE Jermichael Finley Reach Terms on Extension

    The Green Bay Packers have reached terms with TE Jermichael Finley on a two-year contract extension worth slightly less than $15 million, according to Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk ...

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  8. Green Bay Packers: Long-Time Center Scott Wells Set to Walk

    The Green Bay Packers and general manager Ted Thompson are ready and willing to part ways with long-time center Scott Wells this off season according the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel ...

    JD Kruger Written by JD Kruger about over 2 years ago 816 reads 1 comments

  9. Green Bay Packers: Could Jermichael Finley Win Fight for Wideout Franchise Tag?

    Packer fans around the nation—and even the world—wait feverishly for news regarding the contract talks between the team and their qualifying free agents. Unfortunately, the waiting isn't close to being over...

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  10. Green Bay Packers Offensive Players Who Need to Step It Up in 2012

    The Green Bay Packers have had one of the most dangerous and potent offenses of the last decade. Hall of Fame quarterbacks practically grow on trees in Titletown. The talent at the wide receiver pool is always vast and deep...

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  11. Ben McAdoo Has Little to Offer Green Bay Packers as New Quarterbacks Coach

    The Green Bay Packers recently blocked both the Miami Dolphins and Tampa Bay Buccaneers from interviewing tight ends coach Ben McAdoo for the position of offensive coordinator—a rather large jump and a very promising promotion...

    JD Kruger Written by JD Kruger about over 2 years ago 2,089 reads 8 comments

  12. Green Bay Packers: The Likely Mistakes Ted Thompson Will Make This Offseason

    Ted Thompson has long established himself as a top flight executive in the National Football League. He has a great eye for talent, takes care of his own players first and—for the most part—avoids making bone-headed decisions on draft day...

    JD Kruger Written by JD Kruger about over 2 years ago 92 reads 54 comments

  13. Green Bay Packers: 5 Players at Need Positions That Should Be Targeted

    It's a well known fact. The Packers are turned off by free agency, and do 98 percent of their team building through the NFL draft...

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  14. Green Bay Packers: Ted Thompson, AJ Hawk and the Multi-Million Dollar Mistake

    The hawk can describe brisk autumn winds—gusts that you can often find billowing over the frozen tundra of Lambeau Field...

    JD Kruger Written by JD Kruger about over 2 years ago 1,142 reads 5 comments

  15. Aaron Rodgers' Story, and How You Recognize When Someone Has Made It Big

    Four years ago, the Green Bay Packers decided to move on from the iconic Brett Favre and move forward with Aaron Rodgers as the future of their franchise...

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  16. Winston Moss and Green Bay Packers: A Rolling Stone Gathers No Moss

    A new report has surfaced that the Oakland Raiders apparently broke anti-tampering rules when they interviewed Green Bay Packers inside linebacker and assistant head coach Winston Moss for their vacant head coaching position...

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  17. Green Bay Packers: Who to Watch in Legendary Family Night Scrimmage

    It's that time of year again, Packer Nation. The 11th annual Packers Family Night, which started as a glorified scrimmage is now more of a spectacle and a treat for all of the loyal and faithful fans of the Packers around the country...

    JD Kruger Written by JD Kruger about almost 3 years ago 1,055 reads 3 comments

  18. Green Bay Packers: Superstar in the Making and Why Nick Barnett Won't Be Missed

    He's flowing from sideline to sideline. He's one of the league's best tacklers, he doesn't over pursue in the run game, he can rush the passer and he can make impactful and game-changing plays...

    JD Kruger Written by JD Kruger about 3 years ago 1,713 reads 11 comments

  19. Why Jermichael Finley, Green Bay Packers Are Headed for Nasty Divorce

    We all have heard of Jermichael Finley by now. The media has crowned him as one of the best young tight ends in football...

    JD Kruger Written by JD Kruger about 3 years ago 295 reads 7 comments

  20. Seahawks Had Something Special with Hasselbeck—Won't Realize It 'Til He's Gone

    Sometimes you never know what you have until it's gone. As is the case with the Seattle Seahawks and now-former quarterback Matt Hasselbeck. Hasselbeck has never been flashy, big-mouthed or overrated at the quarterback position...

    JD Kruger Written by JD Kruger about 3 years ago 775 reads 15 comments

  21. Veterans Around the League Are Handed Their Walking Papers

    With the lockout finally lifted, and a new salary cap in place, many teams around the league are notifying long-time veterans that their services are no longer needed...

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  22. 3 Free Agents Who Got Overpaid for Their Services

    We have all been yearning for a rookie cap for many years now, and we finally got it. With so many millions being cut from the contracts of young drafted players, veterans are looking to cash in...

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  23. The Gridiron Palace's NFL Top 100, Pt. 1 (100-91)

    Has the NFL 's players Top 100 list made you do a double take? If you are a fan of the sport, the chances you said yes are high. Thus, thegridironpalace.com presents you with a list of their own to combat the ill-offerings of the NFL Network version...

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  24. Drew Brees Shows Bad Taste, Proves Ignorance with Upshaw Comments

    Drew Brees has always carried with hima spotless record of humanitarianism and generosity. He donates to a countless number of charities, and he has helped Louisiana recover from one of the greatest natural disasters in state history...

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  25. Greg A. Bedard: Karma Catches Up with Ex-Packers Beat Writer

    Packers beat writer—er, former Packers beat writer Greg A. Bedard was a fan favorite while he wrote about the greatest franchise in sports...

    JD Kruger Written by JD Kruger about 3 years ago 1,280 reads 4 comments