Posts Tagged ‘ryan-grant’

First Thoughts on the Final 53

* The Pack chose to carry only two QBs, letting Graham Harrell go, while hoping he clears waivers to put him back on the practice squad. 16 of the 32 teams are going this route, carrying only two QBs so exactly half the teams are taking the same risk. The gamble paid off, Harrell is […]

Packers 2011 Preseason Game 3: Studs/Duds

By Packers Gab Columnist Billy Needham The third preseason game is now done, with the Packers beating the Colts in stylish fashion, 24-21.  The offense got a 10-0 lead pretty quickly, then one of our young defenders made a pathetic mistake (more on this later), and the comeback had begun.  The game got increasingly frustrating, […]

Packers RB Ryan Grant Agrees to Take a Pay Cut

Earlier this month, Packers running back Ryan Grant agreed to a restructured contract that reduced his base salary by $1 million, Bob McGinn of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports. Grant’s salary dropped from $3.5 million to $2.5 million, but that amount is fully guaranteed, which assures Grant of a spot on the team’s 53-man roster. Grant […]

Why Green Bay Resigning RB John Kuhn Was a Good Idea

By Packers Gab Columnist Ryan Richmond Aside from being a hugely popular player with the fans, John Kuhn is the type of player that Coach McCarthy and Offensive Coordinator Philbin love to have at their disposal. A player that can play multiple positions and give the offense a number of different looks, but maintaining a […]

Packers RB Grant Says He’d Be Able to Play Today

Ryan Grant is feeling as good as can be, telling the Green Bay Press Gazette he would be able to play today if there was a game. The back, who was lost for the season in Week 1 with a torn ligament in his ankle that required surgery, said that he feels great and could […]

Ranking NFL Divisions And Why NFC Is Better Than AFC

NFL’s Best Division Includes “The Champ” The NFC holds the top two divisions in the NFL; one of the many reasons why the NFC is ultimately better than the AFC. 1. NFC North: “The Champ”, NFC runner-up, and other two teams are serious Wild Card possibilities.  What makes this division so strong is the fact […]

Packers: Jclombardi’s Christmas Wishes

Senior writer jclombardi gives 2010 Christmas wishes. PLAYERS: Quarterback Aaron Rodgers: A better dating class of women and a healthy clear head for 2011, not necessarily in that order. Lol. The Injured Reserve players, especially LB Barnett, RB Grant & TE Finley: A productive 2011 NFL season with Pro Bowl performances, before talking about a […]

Week Three: Jean-Paul Bergeaux’s List of Things

Things I Know: Big yardage by a QB in a game is a bad sign. It is conventional wisdom that a big yardage game by a QB was a sign of a winning game.  The last few years, it’s been the other way around.  Look at the top QB yardages performances of the first three […]