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    Getty The Green Bay Packers could make a trade for a former top draft pick. The Green Bay Packers have plenty of talent on their defense, but a potential trade proposal with a familiar team could give the team such much-needed depth at a key position going forward. Alex Ballentine with Bleacher Report gave their list of three trade targets the Packers could could make a run at after Week 2. The list included safety Chuck Clark, and unsurprisingly a wide receiver in Kendrick Bourne, but the biggest name on the list was a former top draft pick. Ballentine had the top trade target for the Packers being current Las Vegas Raiders edge rusher Clelin Ferrell. “The edge-rushers play a premium position and the Packers happen to have limited depth,” Ballentine said. “So, it would make sense for the Packers to explore their options on the trade market. Clelin Ferrell has struggled to live up to expectations in Las Vegas…It would be a worthwhile project to take on if he can develop into a player who can give...
    Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields is not a robot, but the Green Bay Packers broke him. The Packers defeated the Bears on Sunday Night Football in what’s become a usual occurrence in one of the best rivalries in all of football. Chicago’s football franchise isn’t what it once was. However, a resurgence could be underway thanks to a young face of the franchise in Fields. For the most part, Fields has always said the right things, dating back to high school, Georgia and then Ohio State. However, after Sunday night’s game, Fields made a misstep, appearing to call out Bears fans. “Yeah. It hurts more in the locker room than the Bears fans. At the end of the day, they aren’t putting in any work. I see the guys in the locker room every day. I see how much work they put in. Coming out of a disappointing loss like this, it hurts,” Fields said. Bears: Justin Fields shows personality, makes subtle changes in routineEarly in the week, Fields backtracked off those comments, and admitted he was “angry” after a...
    Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields clarified comments post-game in Week 2, stressing that he did not call out the fanbase. The Chicago Bears suffered their first loss of the season in Week 2, as they fell to the rival Green Bay Packers 27-10. Following the game, quarterback Justin Fields comments caught the attention of fans and media when he was asked if losing to the Packers stings more because of the rivalry and how much Bears fans want to win the game. The question was cut out of a clip that circulated on social media, which saw Fields say “It hurts more in the locker room than the Bears fans. At the end of the day, they aren’t putting in any work.” Without the question added to the clip, it led to some backlash from fans. While meeting with the media on Wednesday, Fields clarified the comments he made a few days prior, saying he did not mean to disrespect the fanbase. You can listen to Fields’ full comments in the Bears’ tweet below. [email protected]: "I respect every fan that...
    Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields took a swipe at his own team's fanbase after suffering a 27-10 loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday Night Football, insisting that players are more affected by a game's outcome than supporters.  The 23-year-old was initially asked the following question: 'Does losing to this team, does it sting more because of this rivalry, and how much Bears fans want to win this game?'  'I mean it hurts more in the locker room than for Bears fans, at the end of the day, they're not putting in any work. I see the guys in the locker room everyday and how much they put in so...,' Fields replied in a postgame press conference.  Chicago Bears QB Justin Fields insisted players care more about a game's outcome than fans “It hurts more in the locker room than for Bears fans… They aren’t putting in any work.”Bears fans may not like this one from Justin Fields…. pic.twitter.com/TTnjDNSuZ3— Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) September 19, 2022 A Bears fan who goes by the name MikeyBets shared a snippet from Fields'...
    Contrary to what the social media world believes, Justin Fields did not call out Bears fans after the loss to the Packers on Sunday Night.  Leave it to social media and sensitive Twitter fingers to take what Justin Fields said about the Chicago Bears‘ loss to the Packers and misconstrue it. After the 27-10 debacle in Lambeau on Sunday Night Football, Fields was asked the following question. “Does losing to this team, does it sting more because of this rivalry, and how much Bears fans want to win this game?” Fields gave a response. "Does losing to this team, does it sting more because of this rivalry and how much Bears fans want to win this game?" Thats the question Fields was asked. Hes not booing the fans or anything, just saying how much it hurts for those guys who went on the field. Context matters. https://t.co/pGiSmdpKeY — Brendan Sugrue (@BrendanSugrue) September 19, 2022 “It hurts more in the locker room than for Bears fans. I mean, at the end of the day, they’re not putting in any work.”...
    Green Bay Packers safety Jaire Alexander took a hilarious shot at Chicago Bears fans before the latest edition of their rivalry game. Green Bay plays the Bears on Sunday at Lambeau Field, and will attempt to avoid an 0-2 start for the first time in recent history with Aaron Rodgers behind center. The Packers are favored by nearly 10 points per most sports books, though Chicago’s already pulled off one upset this season. Why not another? As for Alexander, he had some fun at the expense of Bears fans. One of the more historic franchises in the NFL, Chicago has seen its ups and downs of late. Jaire is just thankful he’s not one of the thousands of fans slated to root against him on Sunday. “It’s fun. It’s exciting,” Alexander said, per USA Today’s Ryan Wood. “I always say, ‘Things could be a lot worse. I could be a Bears fan.’” Woof.Packers: Jaire Alexander takes shot at Bears fansAlexander has been outspoken to begin the year. The newly-extended Pro Bowl safety is confident in his ability, and felt he...
    Getty Jaire Alexander is preparing for seventh matchup with the Bears after missing both of last year's games for the Packers. Green Bay Packers star cornerback Jaire Alexander seems to have a firm grasp of how the rivalry works with the Chicago Bears. Alexander spoke to reporters after the final practice of Week 2 on September 16 and made it clear he wants “a shutout” against the Chicago Bears on Sunday Night Football after the disappointing performance the Packers’ defense had against the Minnesota Vikings in their season opener last week. Justin Jefferson walked away with nine catches for 184 yards and two touchdowns against a secondary that was projected to be one of the best in the NFL, generating some doubts about the quality of their defense. “I want a shutout,” Alexander said. “I would be excited with a shutout. I would be super happy because there’s been a lot of talk about the defense, so I just want us to be on top.” When the 2020 All-Pro was asked about his perspective on the rivalry with...
    GREEN BAY PACKERS fans are hardly subtle in any stadium they visit. If their color scheme isn't loud enough, Packers fans double down with their choice of headwear. 1Green Bay Packers fans wear blocks of cheese on their headCredit: Getty Packers fans are often seen in the stands at NFL games wearing blocks of cheese on their heads. And there's a very logical reason why. Green Bay is in the state of Wisconsin in America's midwest region. The state is known as the cheese capital of the country, for the amount of cheese it produces for the nation. Read More Sport StoriesFIELD STATEMENT Moment pitch invader wielding flare is tackled by security in season openerHAND OVER THE MIC NFL legend Larry Fitzgerald announces 'surreal' major career change Recent reports say the state produces about a quarter of all cheese eating in America. The cheesy revelation earned the Packers the nickname of the cheese heads. Green Bay even play in bright yellow helmets along with their green shirts. And fans have taken it to another level with their choice of hats...
    Getty Matt LaFleur mocked the Vikings' Gjallahorn tradition at every home game ahead of a season opener at U.S. Bank Stadium. Green Bay Packers coach Matt LaFleur may have just asked for a migraine when Green Bay visits the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday at U.S. Bank Stadium. Since 2007, the Vikings have sounded the Gjallarhorn, a massive “yelling horn” in Norse tradition, to start every home game. It’s a relic of the Nordic heritage of the state that’s been adopted by Minnesota’s professional football team. However, the horn may have gotten under the Packers coach’s skin over the years. He recently mocked the tradition in a press conference ahead of the September 11 season opener, which left Vikings fans raucous on social media.Packers’ Matt LaFleur Calls Vikings Horn AnnoyingOn September 7, Green Bay Press-Gazette beat writer Ryan Wood tweeted that LaFleur “referred to the Skol horn at US Bank Stadium as that ‘annoying horn.’ ” Matt LaFleur referred to the Skol horn at US Bank Stadium as that "annoying horn." Week 1 is so on. — Ryan Wood...
    Green Bay Packers offensive tackle David Bakhtiari revealed that he believes he will be able to return for Week 1. The Green Bay Packers are set to begin their season on the road against the rival Minnesota Vikings. Green Bay’s offense will be must watch, considering how much the wide receiver depth chart has changed. Ahead of the big game, there may be some good news for quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Ahead of the season-opening game, offensive tackle David Bakhtiari told ESPN’s Rob Demovsky he “believes it’s realistic to expect him to start against the Vikings.” “Yeah, I mean, I’m on the active [roster] just like anyone else,” Bakhtiari said, h/t ESPN.David Bakhtiari believes he will start for Packers in Week 1At the end of the preseason, Packers head coach Matt LFleur said he had “no idea” if either Bakhtiari or Elgton Jenkins would be ready for the season-opener, citing that he needed to see them go through practice. Demovsky notes that Bakhtiari had returned to 11-on-11 practices since the end of training camp. Bakhtiari had been dealing with knee issues...
    Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Davante Adams says that Aaron Rodgers has the “Michael Jordan effect.” There were plenty of groundbreaking moves made this NFL offseason. One of the largest was the Green Bay Packers trading wide receiver Davante Adams to the Las Vegas Raiders, where he signed a $140 million contract extension. With that, the Raiders showed that they are fully devoted to contend in the AFC by giving quarterback Derek Carr his former Fresno State teammate, Adams. Speaking of Adams, he recently appeared on “The Pivot Podcast,” where he spoke about his former quarterback, Aaron Rodgers. In fact, Adams said that Rodgers is one of the best in the game and said he had the “Michael Jordan effect.” You can listen to the full interview on “The Pivot Podcast,” at the link above. Star WR @taeadams is playing with close friend @derekcarrqb, but he does not discount what @aaronrodgers12 did for him.. Says the “best quarterback” to play the game has the Jordan effect. @thepivot https://t.co/[email protected] @FredTaylorMade @alicialauren pic.twitter.com/EZ142hjzxs — Ryan Clark (@Realrclark25) August 23, 2022 Davante...
    Romeo Doubs has been a training camp darling for the Green Bay Packers, so his touchdown in the preseason opener had fans going berserk. Throughout training camp, one name that keeps getting brought up from the Green Bay Packers is rookie wide receiver Romeo Doubs. He’s been making plays that beat writers haven’t been able to ignore, he’s drawn praise from Aaron Rodgers, and he looks like he could be an impact player right away for a wide receiver corps that needs it. But in the world of training camp hype, the big key is that the coaching staff needs to see a player like Doubs make the same type of plays when the lights are a bit brighter in an actual game. And the rookie did just that. In Green Bay’s preseason opener against the 49ers — a thorn in the side for the Packers in recent years — Doubs got loose down the sidelines in the first quarter and hauled in a 33-yard touchdown pass from Jordan Love on a gorgeous play…and it came on a fourth-and-3 play...
    Aaron Rodgers has been a polarizing figure within the Green Bay Packers, but his latest comments may have his loyal fans seething.  If you were to ask Green Bay Packers fans about their feelings towards Aaron Rodgers, most would praise him for the success he delivered. Now, after his latest comments, there might be a change of heart. NFL Reporter Dov Kleiman reported Monday that Rodgers, on Pardon My Take, revealed some interesting information about the Green Bay organization, saying, “Packers Stock has zero actual value.” “Packers Stock has zero actual value.” – Aaron Rodgers on @PardonMyTake #Packers sell them for $300 to fans.https://t.co/BDyYlpjwxh pic.twitter.com/s3D16eSZGd — Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) August 8, 2022 NBC Sports and Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio coincided with Rodgers, citing, “The stock has no value. At all. It’s just a piece of paper.” Keep in mind that Green Bay is the only NFL team that does not have a singular owner but a community. Needless to say, Rodgers’ comments did not go well with some Packers fans, and social media had plenty to say about Rodgers’...
    May 31, 2022; Green Bay, WI, USA; Green Bay Packers players Devonte Wyatt (95) and T.J. Slaton (93) during organized team activities (OTA) Tuesday, May 31, 2022 in Green Bay, Wis. Mandatory Credit: Mark Hoffman-USA TODAY Sports It may be early in Green Bay Packers training camp, but these three players have been standing out. The entire NFL is in the midst of training camp, as all 32 teams prepare for the upcoming season. For the Green Bay Packers, they look to solidify their status as being one of the top teams in the NFC, all the while dealing with an exodus of talent. Last year did not end the way Green Bay had envisioned. They had the top record in the league and clinched a first-round bye in the playoffs. Seemingly, they looked like the favorites to make it to Super Bowl 56. Instead, they were limited to 10 points by the San Francisco 49ers in the Divisional Round and were eliminated. While it is early in training camp fans are going to hear buzz about players who are...
    Getty The Vikings are under fire after featuring a highlight of Anthony Barr's hit on Aaron Rodgers that fractured the quarterback's collarbone in a tribute video. What was a tribute to Minnesota Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr quickly took a turn for the worst. Following the announcement of Barr’s signing with the Dallas Cowboys, the Vikings’ Twitter account posted a thank you video dedicated to the four-time Pro Bowl linebacker who spent a decade in Minnesota. However, a certain highlight struck Green Bay Packers fans, whose frustrations ignited in the comments. The latest Vikings news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Vikings newsletter here! Join Heavy on Vikings! Things classless and championshipless organizations tweet pic.twitter.com/LK5kOW3HW5 — Dirty A-A-Ron (@Dirty_A_A_Ron) August 5, 2022 ‘Making Us Look Bad’Ten seconds into the tribute video, the infamous clip of Barr tackling Aaron Rodgers to the ground, ultimately ending Rodgers’ season after the Packers quarterback fractured his collarbone from the impact. It’s been a sour point in Green Bay for years, as the Vikings went on to win the NFC...
    AARON RODGERS channeled his inner Nicolas Cage as the Green Bay Packers began their pre-season training camp. The reigning NFL MVP, 38, is hoping to lead the Packers to another Super Bowl title after an eleven-year drought. 3Aaron Rodgers is the reigning NFL MVPCredit: AP 3And he certainly made an entrance on his first day of training 3Fans were in stitches at the quarterback's likeness to Nicolas Cage in Con Air The reigning MVP showed up as Nick Cage in Con Air ???? @AaronRodgers12 (???? @packers) pic.twitter.com/dpL709lgXp— NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) July 26, 2022 Rodgers signed a new bumper contract extension in the off-season - and certainly looked the business when arriving for drills at Lambeau Field. The Packers official Twitter account uploaded a video for the ages, which saw Rodgers dressed exactly like Cage in the 1997 cult classic film Con Air. Decked out in a white tank-top and belted jeans, the veteran play-caller slicked back his long hair as he strode into the facility. The Packers captioned the video: "Let's do this". Read More on The US...
    Aaron Rodgers sent social media into meltdown on Tuesday when he turned up for the first day of Packers' training camp channeling his inner Nicolas Cage. Green Bay's star quarterback has a history of dressing up as film characters - he once grew his hair out to become John Wick at Halloween - and it appears his latest stunt surrounds Con Air. The 38-year-old arrived back at Lambeau Field for the first time ahead of the 2022 season, and immediately turned heads wearing a white vest and blue jeans. Aaron Rodgers (left) arrived at the Green Bay Packers training camp dressed like Nicolas Cage Rodgers, the star quarterback of his franchise, is heading into his 18th season in the NFL Let's do this. @AaronRodgers12 #PackersCamp | #GoPackGo pic.twitter.com/gEgqBhyzJP— Green Bay Packers (@packers) July 26, 2022 Hundreds of Twitter users made jokes about Rodgers' spectacular Green Bay Packers arrival RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next PICTURED: The $2.2b futuristic DOME Chicago mayor Lori... REVEALED: Cardinals' Kyler Murray, 24, has a 'HOMEWORK'... Veteran wide receiver Danny Amendola...
    Green Bay police say their internal affairs department is conducting a review after a video on social media showed an officer grabbing Packers running back A.J. Dillon during a Saturday night soccer match at Lambeau Field. Video posted on social media showed Dillon in the end zone greeting fans in the stands during the exhibition match between Bayern Munich and Manchester City.  Dillon appeared to be on the verge of doing a Lambeau leap into the crowd when the video showed an officer grabbing him by the back of his collar and giving him a shove. After fans booed and Dillon appeared to offer an explanation, the officer backed off and allowed Dillon to jump into the stands.  When the video started to gain attention on social media, Dillon tweeted out his account of what happened. Green Bay police is conducting a review after a video on social media showed an officer grabbing Packers running back A.J. Dillon The incident occurred at Lambeau Field where Bayern Munich played Manchester City in a soccer friendly on Saturday night Two security told me...
    Packers fans express frustration over unenthusiastic training camp preview, believing that  new wide receivers in Green Bay won’t hold team back. Mike Tanier, a senior analyst at Football Outsiders, released an NFC North training camp preview today, and his ho-hum analysis of the Green Bay Packers wide receiver situation left fans feeling frustrated. If you need the most curmudgeonly, glass-half-empty overview of the Packers receiving corps anywhere on the Internet, @MikeTanier has you covered. https://t.co/y6KMMs3YRf — Aaron Nagler (@AaronNagler) July 13, 2022 Tanier immediately begins his Packers analysis by taking shots at quarterback Aaron Rodgers’ “patience/social skills/human decency” for having not yet publicly offered any praise in regards to the team’s new receiving corps. “Unless someone emerges immediately as the next Davante Adams, Packers fans can look forward to a long summer of vacant stares and passive-aggressive negging,” Tanier wrote in his assessment. “Business as usual, in other words, except that Rodgers will be disgruntled at his young teammates instead of in addition to the organization.”Analysis of Green Bay wide receiver room leaves Packers fans frustratedWhether Rodgers speaks on the matter...
    Green Bay Packers head coach Matt LaFleur provided a rather vague update on left tackle David Bakthiari. The Green Bay Packers were without left tackle David Bakhtiari for the majority of the 2021 season due to a knee injury suffered the campaign prior. He played just one game, and was ruled inactive for the team’s Divisional Round game against the San Francisco 49ers. This offseason, Bakhtiari sat out of organized team activities, but head coach Matt LaFleur was not stressing out over it. That message was two weeks ago. On June 14, LaFleur provided a rather vague update on the Pro Bowl offensive tackle regarding his status for training camp. Matt LaFleur on David Bakhtiari: "Time will tell. We fully anticipate him being ready to go, but, you know, we did last year as well. Time will tell. But we feel good about the work hes put in and wheres he at." Every answer is a mix of ominous and hopeful and uncertain — Zach Kruse (@zachkruse2) June 14, 2022 Matt LaFleur provides vague update on David Bakhtiari’s status...
    Davante Adams admitted the Packers offered him more money, and made some curious comments about Aaron Rodgers in his latest press conference. Adams will make for a valuable addition to the Las Vegas receiving corps, and for good reason — he’s one of the best wideouts in the NFL. This season will be his first experience outside of Green Bay since college, where he’ll play with good friend and fellow Fresno State product Derek Carr. On Thursday, he discussed his departure from Green Bay, as well as discussions he had with Rodgers about his decision to leave. Rodgers’ future did play a role in his choice not to sign long-term in Green Bay, as Jordan Love doesn’t inspire the same sort of confidence. That’s nothing against Love — not everyone can be a future Hall of Famer. Packers: Davante Adams left money on the table“I’ll say it, it was true, O.K.,” Adams said in the Raiders’ press conference. “But, like I said, there’s more that goes into it. Family is a big part of it for me, so geographically being here...
    Aaron Rodgers’ future with the Packers has felt like a rollercoaster but the reigning back-to-back NFL MVP shut all trade rumors down with just one word.  Over the past couple of years, Green Bay Packers fans have likely had a difficult time feeling confident about the future of Aaron Rodgers. There was the holdout prior to the 2021 season, the potential he could retire this offseason and then the prospect of him wanting out moving forward after this year with Davante Adams now gone. Luckily, it seems as if there might not be any reason for fans to worry moving forward if the back-to-back NFL MVP has his say in being traded away and the constant speculation around that topic. When asked if he was going to finish his football career with the Packers, Rodgers only needed one word to soothe the minds of fans as he replied, “Definitely.” Aaron Rodgers wants to retire as a Green Bay Packer ???? pic.twitter.com/XDMW3RfgiT — PFF (@PFF) June 7, 2022 Packers: Aaron Rodgers erases trade speculation with 1 word It should indeed be...
    Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers revealed that he thinks about retirement “all the time.” Ahead of the 2022 season, fresh off a newly signed contract with the Green Bay Packers, quarterback Aaron Rodgers participated in The Match VI. Rodgers nailed the winning putt to give himself and teammate Tom Brady the win over fellow quarterbacks Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen. While what he did on the golf course was noteworthy, it was what he said after the event that caught everyone’s attention. When speaking with TNT Sports’ Ernie Johnson, Rodgers revealed that retirement is on his mind constantly. “I think about it all the time,” said Rodgers, h/t Nick Kosko of 247Sports. “And I resonate with what Tom [Brady] said about the mindset of 55-45. You know, when you commit, you’re 100%. But the older you get, the interests change and the grind, I think wears on you a little bit more and the football part, that’s the easy part. That’s the joy. It’s the other stuff that wears on you and makes you think about life after football....
    Green Bay Packers fans are not going to like what Rashod Bateman told Baltimore Ravens teammate Marlon Humphrey about what could have been in the 2021 NFL Draft. Though he is happy to be Baltimore Ravens teammates with Marlon Humphrey, Rashod Bateman was nearly drafted by the Green Bay Packers. The talented second-year wide receiver out of Minnesota sat down with Humphrey on the set of Studio 44 to discuss some very important topics, including all that went down on draft day. Bateman recalled that he thought he was going to the Packers at No. 29 overall in the 2021 NFL Draft. Baltimore spoiled Green Bay’s draft plans two picks prior. They picked Eric Stokes instead. Here is the entire conversation Bateman had with Humphrey, including his crazy draft-day story. Rashod Bateman thought he was going to be drafted by the Green Bay PackersBateman mentioned Green Bay was a team he was in communication with throughout the draft process. He admitted that he was not in the best of spirits during draft day. While friends and family gathered at his home, Bateman...
    Getty Akiem Hicks accidentally set fans off with his latest social media activity. Akiem Hicks accidentally set fans of the Chicago Bears off after sharing an image on his Instagram page on May 18. Hicks, who is currently still a free agent, became a fan favorite during his six seasons with the team. Thus, when he shared a photo of himself in a Bears uniform sacking Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, many fans wondered if it meant he could be re-signing with Chicago. He promptly deleted the image, but not before creating a mini-uproar on social media. Analyst Daniel Greenberg captured a screenshot of the photo on Twitter: Akiem Hicks just posted this on Instagram ???? pic.twitter.com/Bh2Uzmm7YV — Daniel Greenberg (@ChiSportUpdates) May 18, 2022 Many Bears fans hoped it might signal a return to the Windy City, while some wondered if it might mean he could be joining the rival Packers. Hicks weighed in himself a few hours after, providing an explanation for the image and why he shared it. ALL the latest Bears news straight to...
    The Green Bay Packers have two first round picks for the 2022 NFL Draft. How will the Packers use them and which players will they pick? Thanks to a headline-grabbing, monumental trade with the Las Vegas Raiders earlier this offseason, the Green Bay Packers have a couple of first round picks to use in the 2022 NFL Draft. That should give the folks up in Green Bay plenty of flexibility to address a few different needs that their roster has. While neither pick is all that high up in the draft order, the Packers can still find a way to impress their fans and take care of a few things, like maybe grabbing a versatile, explosive offensive weapon to catch touchdown passes tossed by Aaron Rodgers. A quality, young wide receiver being added to this roster might be a good thing for the Packers to make happen.2022 NFL Draft: NFL insider’s mock draft has Green Bay Packers making two notable first-round picksAccording to one NFL insider’s mock draft, the Packers are able to do just that with the first-round pick...
    Aaron Rodgers was on hand for the Bucks vs. Bulls playoff game and NBC Chicago delivered a powerful jab on him via Twitter.  The rivalry between the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers isn’t only limited to the gridiron. These two teams hate one another and people all over the Windy City despise Aaron Rodgers for all the emotional pain he’s provided them over the years. Therefore, the city as a whole will always take any chance possible to take a shot at the future Hall-of-Famer. This was exactly the case on Wednesday night, as Rodgers was on hand to watch the Milwaukee Bucks suffer a tough loss to the Bulls. Aaron Rodgers enjoying another postseason L pic.twitter.com/B9PGuasYv7 — Bulls Talk (@NBCSBulls) April 21, 2022 NBC Chicago trolling Aaron Rodgers will infuriate Packers fans NBC Chicago just had to remind Rodgers and the Green Bay faithful about the heartbreaking loss to the San Francisco 49ers in January, didn’t they? The Packers had the No. 1 seed in the NFC and they looked primed to go on a Super Bowl run....
    After signing a new deal with the Minnesota Vikings, cornerback Chandon Sullivan has been getting blasted by Packers fans.  Cornerback Chandon Sullivan surprised a lot of people this week, as he and the Minnesota Vikings reached a new deal. Sullivan had spent the past three years with the Green Bay Packers, starting 10 games for the team last campaign. Now, Sullivan will be suiting up for one of Green Bay’s biggest rivals. Packers fans aren’t too happy with the defensive back, as they’ve been letting him have it on Twitter. Sullivan defended himself over the weekend, telling everyone that’s so upset with him that he’s not a traitor. #Vikings Chandon Sullivan “Some (GB) fans say I’m a traitor but they’ve got to understand we don’t pick ourselves the GM (does) (Its) kind of funny but it comes with the territory Kind of weird being actually a Vikings player now when for the last 3 seasons they’ve been my rival — Chris Tomasson (@christomasson) March 26, 2022 Chandon Sullivan wants Packers fans to get off his back From that quote above,...
    Getty Aaron Jones #33 of the Green Bay Packers celebrates a first down against the Carolina Panthers during the third quarter in the game at Lambeau Field on November 10, 2019 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The Minnesota Vikings have capitalized on an ongoing exodus across the border following Aaron Rodgers‘ return to the Green Bay Packers. Rodgers, who agreed to a three-year, $150 million deal, has seen his supporting cast disperse from Green Bay. The most notable departures, three wide receivers in DaVante Adams, Marquez Valdez-Scantling and Equanimeous St. Brown all left for new teams this offseason. Not to mention two-time Pro Bowl pass rusher Za’Darius Smith who signed with the Vikings on March 22, crossing the border after being released due to salary-cap restrictions. Read More From Heavy Bet $5, Win $150 Whether Your Team Wins or Loses During March Madness Minnesota also signed slot cornerback Chandon Sullivan, who the Packers attempted to re-sign after three years in green and gold. Sullivan opted to follow Smith, saying “it was time to move on” from Green Bay, Chris...
    Aaron Rodgers, Davante Adams, Green Bay Packers. (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images) The Packers need to get Aaron Rodgers some help in Round 1 of April’s draft. Here are five guys who can help Green Bay right away.  Aaron Rodgers only re-signed with the Packers because he believed they are ready to challenge for another Super Bowl title. Trading Davante Adams to the Raiders isn’t going to change Green Bay’s goals for next season. That’s why the franchise will be looking for immediate help in Round 1 of the 2022 NFL Draft. The only real upside to moving Adams in the short-term is that now the Packers have two first-round picks to work with next month. The No. 28 overall selection always belonged to Green Bay but they now own the No. 22 pick as a result of the trade with the Raiders. The team’s front office might like to exercise patience via the draft, but they need both of their first-rounders to be immediate contributors this season. Selecting a wide receiver to replace Adams is in the starting lineup...
    Following his trade to the Las Vegas Raiders, wide receiver Davante Adams wrote a farewell message to the Green Bay Packers and their fans on Instagram. Green Bay Packers fans were feeling good when they saw quarterback Aaron Rodgers officially sign his three-year contract to remain with the team. But days later, the fanbase was left in total shock after hearing that the Packers traded star wide receiver Davante Adams to the Las Vegas Raiders in exchange for 2022 first- and second-round draft picks. Additionally, Adams received a five-year, $141.25 million contract from the Raiders. On Saturday, Adams took to Instagram to write a lengthy farewell message to the Packers and the fans. You can read it at this link. Davante Adams bids farewell to the Packers via his Instagram. pic.twitter.com/E7CWncMTpC — Michael Fabiano (@Michael_Fabiano) March 19, 2022 Davante Adams writes farewell message to Packers fans Adams was a second-round draft pick by the Packers in 2014 out of Fresno State, and eventaully turned into not only one of the franchise’s best wide receivers in history, but also one of...
    The Green Bay Packers made a monumental trade sending Davante Adams to the Las Vegas Raiders and it’s definitely not something Packers fans are happy about. Las Vegas Raiders fans should be thrilled right now. The Raiders just made a fantastic trade to get one of the best receivers in the NFL paired up with Derek Carr. That’s huge for the Raiders! Green Bay Packers fans, on the other hand, aren’t exactly happy that Davante Adams is headed to LAs Vegas. In an incredibly noteworthy trade, the Packers decided to move Adams to the Raiders in exchange for some 2022 draft picks. It’s great the Packers were able to get some good draft picks. In a vacuum, without any extra context, Green Bay fans would love the fact that their team is looking to build in the draft. What they are definitely not loving is the fact that Adams, a longtime Packers receiver, will no longer be on the roster. The full blockbuster trade:#Packers get 2022 first-round pick2022 second-round pick#Raiders getWR Davante Adams — Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) March 18, 2022...
    Not all Green Bay Packers fans are thrilled about the Aaron Rodgers contract, especially if it will cost $200 million for a quarterback nearing 40.  The news that Aaron Rodgers is confirmed to stay in Green Bay, allegedly on a four-year contract worth $200 million, caused a bit of peace and turmoil in Wisconsin. As they have been throughout his career, Packers fans are divided over whether or not they would like Rodgers to continue leading their franchise, considering the cost. While Rodgers is easily a Hall of Fame talent in a place where Jordan Love doesn’t seem to be a viable replacement, the news that Rodgers would remain brought about a sense of relief for millions of Packers fans. Others, however, are concerned about the price the team will pay to keep Rodgers for the next four years. “Being honest, waiting on confirmation on that four years, $200 million deal. If that is true, the deal appears to be horrendous for our franchise,” Packers fan David Cruz told the Green Bay Press Gazette. “I wanted him back, but not at...
    Aaron Rodgers found clarity Tuesday — and reportedly a large mound of new money. The four-time MVP quarterback has decided to continue playing with the Green Bay Packers. Terms of Rodgers’ agreement to stay in Green Bay remain unclear. An NFL Network report Tuesday morning indicated he signed an eye-popping four-year contract extension worth up to $200 million with $153 million guaranteed. But Rodgers later tweeted that while he had decided to remain a Packer, the numbers attached to reports about his contract were erroneous. In time, exact figures and contract terms will surface. In the meantime, the most important part of the story is set: Rodgers will be back with the Packers for the 2022 season. React accordingly. Rodgers will turn 39 in December, but he has won the last two MVP awards and found a fulfilling groove working with Packers coach Matt LaFleur. He is also set up to continue his dominance in the NFC North with the other three teams in the midst of significant transitions. So what does all this mean? How will Rodgers’ contract affect...
    If the Green Bay Packers were to trade quarterback Jordan Love this offseason, the return would be better than what fans might have guessed.  Let the trade rumors begin. With the news breaking that Aaron Rodgers has agreed to a multi-year extension with the Green Bay Packers, this means that Jordan Love won’t be taking over the offense for the NFC North side anytime soon. With that, could general manager Brian Gutekunst trade him to a new team? According to Senior Bowl Director Jim Nagy, multiple scouts told him that Green Bay could end up getting a second-rounder for Love. Just hit up a few NFL scouts about potential asking price for Jordan Love. Most think Packers could get a 2nd round pick for him. Feeling is talent & upside worth that roll of dice. — Jim Nagy (@JimNagy_SB) March 8, 2022 Could the Green Bay Packers end up trading Jordan Love? That’s likely not what Packers fans thought the team could potentially get for Love, but the fact of the matter is that the former first-round pick is only...
    Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers took to Twitter to confirm the news he’s returning to the team, but he cleared up some things on the reported figures.  He’s not going anywhere. Aaron Rodgers made that more than clear on Tuesday, as he took to Twitter to let Green Bay Packers fans know he’s all set to return next season to try and help the team win another Super Bowl. Earlier in the day, Ian Rapoport broke the news that Rodgers had agreed to a four-year deal worth $200 million. While Rodgers is fired up to be back with the team, he also refuted Rapoport’s report in his message to the fanbase. Hey everyone, just wanted to clear some things up; YES I will be playing with the @packers next year, however, reports about me signing a contract are inaccurate, as are the supposed terms of the contract I “signed”. I’m very excited to be back ???????? #year18❤️ — Aaron Rodgers (@AaronRodgers12) March 8, 2022 Aaron Rodgers is excited to be back with the Packers On one side, the actual...
    Pat McAfee shared Aaron Rodgers’ message that he will be returning to the Green Bay Packers. On his popular YouTube show, Pat McAfee relayed a message from Aaron Rodgers that the Green Bay Packers superstar quarterback will remain with the franchise. Rodgers had contemplated retirement for a second offseason in a row. Though he was also at least briefly considering a trade out of town, McAfee’s relayed message felt like Rodgers was either going to keep on playing for the Packers, or simply retire. With Rodgers reportedly in the process of agreeing to a massive extension to stay in Green Bay, Packers fans should be amped. No matter how it ends, it seems as though Rodgers will only play with Green Bay before retiring. [email protected] reached aht to me this morning & let me know that he will OFFICIALLY be returning to the Green Bay Packers#PMSLive pic.twitter.com/AZ54GJCSbj — ????️at McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) March 8, 2022 Pat McAfee shares Aaron Rodgers’ message to Green Bay Packers fans As long as Rodgers remains the Packers’ franchise quarterback, Green Bay will remain a viable threat to...
    There is a new update regarding where quarterback Aaron Rodgers will play in 2022. Well, it’s more of a non-update, if we are being completely honest. The NFL world is waiting patiently for Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers to make his decision on where to play in 2022. The real question is if he will return to Green Bay for another season or decide a trade to another team would be in his best interest. On Friday night, there was an update. And by update, we mean more of a non-update. NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport, Rodgers is “truly torn” on where he wants to play in 2022. Rapoport notes that while many believe that he will return to the Packers, Rodgers is going back and forth with his decision. With all eyes on #Packers QB Aaron Rodgers and his future, here is the latest: Sources say Rodgers is truly torn on where he wants to play in 2022. While many in the NFL expect him to return — theres lots of positivity in Green Bay — he is...
    NBA legend Charles Barkley is the latest person to absolutely torch Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.  The longer Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers waits to make a decision, the more people are going to keep going after him. Rodgers has been getting ripped left and right, and now Charles Barkley has decided to join in on things. Earlier this week, Barkley took a wild shot at Rodgers but did so in a way that shouldn’t really make anyone feel good about if they’re cheering it on.Charles Barkley is not a fan of Aaron Rodgers being dramatic this offseasonEver the wordsmith, Barkley tried to make a point about how needy Rodgers is but did so in a way that comes across as a bit sexist. “Aaron Rodgers is the pretty girl that you gotta tell is pretty every single day.” – Charles Barkley on @WaddleandSilvy ???????????? — Anthony (@AnthonyC1988) March 3, 2022 He could have easily had said ‘person’ or ‘partner’ rather than making the swipe a gendered one. Barkley’s assault on Rodgers didn’t end with his controversial...
    The Green Bay Packers have not received any trade offers for quarterback Aaron Rodgers, per general manager Brian Gutekunst. The Denver Broncos were a rumored interested party in Rodgers earlier this offseason, but so far the Packers haven’t had any takers. Rodgers himself hasn’t given us much information about his future, other than he’s taking everything into account. At the NFL Combine, Gutekunst was asked about Rodgers, and claimed he hadn’t received a single trade offer for the quarterback. Whether that’s true or not, it might give us some insight into Rodgers’ thought process. Green Bay Packers’ GM Brian Gutekunst says hes not getting trade offers from other GMs on Aaron Rodgers:https://t.co/8k28wwgSws — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 2, 2022 Does it make sense for Rodgers to head to the AFC, where the competition is arguably greater to reach the Super Bowl? His best chance at a second Lombardi is in Green Bay, with a front office which has proven willing to do anything to please him.Packers not receiving trade offers for Aaron RodgersGutekunst says he believes Rodgers will tell...
    LONDON (AP) — The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will play in the NFL’s first regular-season game in Germany this year and the Green Bay Packers are traveling abroad for the first time. The league said Monday that the Bucs will host the inaugural game in Munich next season, although their opponents and the date for the game have yet to be announced. “This historic game will play a crucial role in the NFL’s efforts to grow its international footprint while allowing us to directly engage NFL fans in Germany,” Buccaneers owner and co-chairman Joel Glazer said in a statement. The Packers and the New Orleans Saints are the designated home teams for two games at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, while the Jacksonville Jaguars will host a game at Wembley Stadium. The Jaguars are London regulars, having come every years since 2013 — except in 2020, when the international games were canceled because of the pandemic. The Arizona Cardinals will play a game at Estadio Azteca in Mexico City. The Packers are the only franchise among the NFL’s 32 teams...
    With Aaron Rodgers getting ready to make his decision soon, he very well could end up doing so on the Pat McAfee Show next week.  The Aaron Rodgers watch continues for NFL fans, as countless people are waiting to see what the Green Bay Packers quarterback will decide for his future. Is retirement on the way, will he be back with the Packers or will he join a new team in 2022? No one knows what’s going to happen, but it looks like there’s a chance we may find out things by next Tuesday. In a new tweet, NFL insider Benjamin Albright sure seemed to hint that Rodgers could announce things on the next Pat McAfee Show. Suspect McAfee show ratings will reach new high this Tues. — Benjamin Allbright (@AllbrightNFL) February 27, 2022 Will Aaron Rodgers reveal his future plans next week? That tweet from Albright really does have people talking. Last week, Rodgers made joined McAfee for his show, but the signal-caller made it quite clear from the start that no major announcement was on the way. As...
    Green Bay Packers linebacker Za’Darius Smith posted a cryptic tweet which is getting fans nervous. The Green Bay Packers are heading into an all-important offseason to try and get quarterback Aaron Rodgers to return for next season and possibly beyond. But, they are significantly over the cap with star wide receiver Davante Adams hitting free agency. That means there could be some tough decisions made by Green Bay’s front office. On Monday night, linebacker Za’Darius Smith posted a cryptic message on Twitter of the eyeballs emoji. He posted the exact same message this past Friday. ???? — ZaDarius Smith (@zadariussmith) February 21, 2022 ???? — ZaDarius Smith (@zadariussmith) February 18, 2022 Packers: Za’Darius Smith posts cryptic message on Twitter For the past year, Smith has been listed as a potential cap casualty by the team. He is set to enter the final season of his four-year, $66 million contract, where he carries a $27.7 million cap hit. If the Packers are to release him, they will free up $15.3 million in cap space but eat $12.4 million in dead...
    The Green Bay Packers quarterback — for now, at least — sat with a couple elderly fans of his at the 2022 Annexus Pro-Am. This came just days after the Packers quarterback was seen interacting with a couple Denver Broncos fans, who cheered him on to play for their team next season. All in all, it seems Rodgers just wants the attention which, given this is a Pro-Am golf tournament, makes a lot of sense. The 2022 Annexus Pro-Am in Scottsdale takes place near a retirement home. Two friends in that home for the elderly, Marlowe Sorensen, 84, and Sandy Bing, 79, came to watch Rodgers play. Both were Packers fans and decked out in gear, so Rodgers went to have a chat with them after his round. Just talked to these two delightful @Packers fans who “had our lives made” today when @AaronRodgers12 came over and sat by them on the fourth green. Marlowe Sorensen, right, and Sandy Bing live in a retirement community adjacent to the back nine at TPC Scottsdale. pic.twitter.com/rTLPz2N2Mv — Rob Hernandez (@RobHernandezGLF) February 9, 2022 Packers: Aaron...
    As Aaron Rodgers works to figure out his NFL future, some Denver Broncos fans are apparently clamoring for him to leave the Green Bay Packers ASAP. Aaron Rodgers is one of the greatest quarterbacks the NFL has ever seen and unfortunately for some folks in the Midwest, there’s a very real chance the Green Bay Packers won’t have him for all that much longer. But will Rodgers actually commit to getting out of Green Bay? Would he be interested in leaving for another destination? What about the Denver Broncos? In the words of one of the greatest NFL quarterbacks ever, “we’ll see.” According to a tweet from Zac Stevens, some Broncos fans out in Phoenix very loudly made their hopes for Rodgers known. While at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, some Broncos fans yelled for Rodgers to move to Denver. And his response? Well, it was pretty smooth. “We’ll see.” At the Waste Management Phoenix open, fans yelled at Aaron Rodgers “COME TO DENVER!” Rodgers responded, “we’ll see.” — Zac Stevens (@ZacStevensDNVR) February 9, 2022 Green Bay Packers: Will Aaron...
    It turns out Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields isn’t as hated in Wisconsin as people might have thought.  When Justin Fields was selected in the first round of the NFL Draft by the Chicago Bears last year, Green Bay Packers fans were trolling him left and right. They welcomed him to the rivalry by showing him plenty of hate. As it turns out, though, it looks like people in Wisconsin aren’t as big of Fields haters as people imagined. The results are in, with Fields being the No. 1 jersey seller in Wisconsin from Lids this season. More than Aaron Rodgers?Justin Fields high jersey sales in Wisconsin really is surprisingYou would have thought that either Rodgers or wide receiver Davante Adams would have been the No. 1 jersey seller. Rodgers recorded another MVP-caliber season, while Adams solidified himself as one of the best wide receivers in the game. Both players are loved by the Green Bay faithful, with their fans hoping they don’t leave Green Bay this offseason. Despite that, Fields was surprisingly the No. 1 jersey seller in the...
    Aaron Rodgers isn’t acting like a player determined to leave Green Bay. Packers fans can be encouraged by the quarterback’s recent actions.  The Packers’ No. 1 priority this offseason is finding a way to keep Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay for at least one more season. The future Hall of Famer quarterback’s recent actions indicate that might not be a massive challenge for team officials at Lambeau Field. According to NFL.com, Rodgers spent “several days” with Matt LaFleur and the team’s coaching staff after the team’s early playoff exit in an effort to chart the team’s future. Rodgers made no guarantees to team officials about his free agency future, but the idea that the Packers are “cautiously optimistic” about Rodgers’ future is a positive development for fans who want to see the quarterback extend his tenure with the franchise. The big news here is that Rodgers appears to have mended any potential issues he might have with the team’s coaching staff. LaFleur may not be implementing Rodgers’ ideal offensive system, but it’s been a productive marriage on the field. At...
    The Green Bay Packers have officially named their new offensive coordinator, and it is ironically great news for the Chicago Bears. The start of the NFL coaching carousel had huge effects on the Green Bay Packers. Offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett was named the next head coach of the Denver Broncos. Now they had to name Hackett’s replacement. In the division, the Chicago Bears needed to name their own offensive coordinator under new head coach Matt Eberflus. Now, the path is now clear for both to fill their positions. According to NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport, the Packers are promoting run game coordinator and offensive line coach Adam Stenavich as their new offensive coordinator. That now paves the way for the Bears to hire Packer passing game coordinator Luke Getsy as their new coordinator. The #Packers are promoting Adam Stenavich to offensive coordinator, sources tell me and @TomPelissero. Stenavich replaces Nathaniel Hackett, who hoped to bring him along to Denver. The path is now clear for Luke Getsy to be the #Bears OC. That is expected to be official soon....
    Aaron Rodgers's season may be over, but his bitterness at fans over his vaccination controversy is still very much alive. Following his Green Bay Packers' season-ending loss to the San Francisco 49ers in the Divisional Round of the playoffs on Saturday, the reigning NFL MVP told SiriusXM's Pat McAfee that many fans were rooting against him because of his refusal to get vaccinated. 'There were a ton of people tuning in, rooting against us for one reason and one reason only,' Rodgers told McAfee on Tuesday. 'It's because of my vaccination status and them wanting to see us lose so they could pile on.' "There were a ton of people rooting against us because of my vaccination status & them wanting to see us lose so they could pile on.. we knew this was coming down the pipe at some point" [email protected]#PatMcAfeeShowLIVE pic.twitter.com/Qgrz2bZYqO— ????️at McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) January 25, 2022 Aaron Rodgers told Pat McAfee (left) and former teammate AJ Hawk (right) on Tuesday that fans rooted against the Packers on Saturday because of his vaccination status  Aaron Rodgers walks off...