Posts Tagged ‘donald-driver’

Packers RB Grant cleared to practice; WR Driver should play Week 5 at Falcons

Mike Vandermause of the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports Packers running back Ryan Grant has been cleared and will likely practice on Wednesday, said Packers coach Mike McCarthy at his Monday press conference. Grant suffered a kidney bruise a week ago against the Bears and didn’t play against the Broncos on Sunday. Also, wide receiver Donald […]

Rodgers Exploits Cardinals’ Secondary, Packers Win Big 33-7

Two playoff teams. Both with their playoff fates determined. Interestingly enough, the Green Bay Packers, in their game Sunday agaisnt the Arizona Cardinals, opted to use most of their regulars while the Cards used their reserve players for the most part. The strategy on the Packers’ behalf worked very well as Aaron Rodgers played three […]

Rodgers’ 3 TD’s Help Packers Declaw Lions 34-12

Thanksgiving Day seems to treat the Detroit Lions like redheaded stepchildren. Perhaps the Lions playing on the last Thursday of every November is a punishment for being perennially one of the worst teams in the NFL; I honestly don’t know. Thursday pitted the Green Bay Packers as they visited Ford Field to take on the […]

Packers WR Driver Looking to Rework His Contract

The Packers number two pass catcher wants a new deal.  Receiver Donald Driver is not happy with his current contract and wants a reworked deal, according to the Wisconsin State Journal of Madison.  He was not at the teams voluntary practice on Thursday. The current contract for the three-time Pro Bowler will pay him $3.9 […]

Packers WR Driver Hurt in Loss to Jags

  The Green Bay Packers, already thin at wide receiver, are for the time being without their top wideout.  Donald Driver injured his foot just before halftime in the Packers loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars Thursday night at Lambeau Field.  According to team head coach Mike McCarthy, he initially said that Driver suffered a foot […]

Packers Doing the Job of Keeping Money Aside for Later

If there is one team that has not been overspending as of late in the National Football League, it’s the Green Bay Packers.  The Pack is thrifty, as they are $13.3 million under the league salary cap.  Are they setting up to make a marquee player an offer next season?  Or are they simply trying […]