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Packers need better plan in case disaster hits Aaron Rodgers again – Green Bay Packers Blog

With free agency approaching on March 14, we’re analyzing the quarterback position on the Green Bay Packers: 2018 cap hits of top returnees: Aaron Rodgers: $20,562,500 Brett Hundley: $760,908 Pending free agents: Joe Callahan (exclusive rights) Kirk Cousins. Jimmy Graham. Le’Veon Bell. This class could get wild. Here’s everything to …

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Aaron Rodgers Contract Extension Reportedly Unlikely Until Kirk Cousins Signs

Elsa/Getty Images A contract extension for Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers reportedly won’t be completed until Washington Redskins QB Kirk Cousins, who’s slated to become an unrestricted free agent when the new NFL league year begins March 14, signs his deal. On Saturday, Charles Robinson of Yahoo Sports noted …

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Green Bay Packers see Ty Montgomery as ‘multi-positional’ if healthy – Green Bay Packers Blog

INDIANAPOLIS — The biggest issue with Ty Montgomery isn’t whether he’s a running back or a receiver. It’s if he can stay healthy. The Green Bay Packers still think the receiver-turned-running back can be a great player. “But the great players, if [they’re] not available …” coach Mike McCarthy said. …

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Packers to Appeal Martellus Bennett Grievance Arbitrator’s Decision

Roger Steinman/Associated Press The Green Bay Packers plan to appeal an arbitrator’s decision in their grievance against tight end Martellus Bennett. Responding to a fan question in his monthly column on the team’s official website, Packers president Mark Murphy said he can’t go into specifics of the ruling, but “we …

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‘We miss him down here’: Ted Thompson’s absence felt at combine – Green Bay Packers Blog

INDIANAPOLIS — If ever Ted Thompson decided to give one final interview, this should be the place. For it was at the NFL scouting combine where the former Green Bay Packers general manager did his best work. His draft-centric roster-building philosophy defined his 13-year tenure, which ended in January when …

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