Green Bay Packers fans, you can rest easy.
Tramon Williams isn’t going anywhere.
Williams inked a four-year extension Tuesday that will keep him in green and gold through the 2014 season. The total value of the deal is believed to be worth $33.074 million.
Thanks to some nifty reporting from both Rob Demovsky of the Green Bay Press [...]
It has become a weekly tradition here to handout some of our “namesakes” to players who provided us highlights and lowlights from that week’s game. Since the Packers were on a bye week, there were no donuts to be handed out. But fear not OBOD faithful, we have decided to handout some donuts for the [...]
We all know the Green Bay Packers are a beat-up bunch. It’s something we at OBOD have tried to steer away from as much as possible because, well, we don’t like making excuses about our team. We’re just so un-Vikings fan-ish that way.
So, instead of simply griping about it, I’ve decided to go a different [...]
Think back, for a second, to late August. What were your worries regarding the 2010 Green Bay Packers?
Were you worried about the offense? No, not at all. The group was deep, talented and just hitting its stride. Scoring 30 a week? Why not?
What you worried about was the defense. You worried about the pass rush, [...]
The first part of our look at the defensive battles – part three of our series in all, if you’re keeping score – focused solely on the secondary. Makes sense as it’s the one glaring area of concern on this team as it prepares to begin camp in just one day – holy @$*#!
Truth be [...]
(Before we begin: Our “Friendly Fire” training camp battles series begins Tuesday.)
Before this week’s over, it will begin.
The two-a-days. The position battles. The fights. The heat – my God, the heat.
No more guessing will be necessary. Okay, there will still be some guessing – but not as much. Before this week’s over, training camp for [...]
Most Green Bay Packers fans are extremely high on the 2010 squad. You can include me in that group.
Still, they are not a team without flaws – no team is in the salary cap era.
Much has been written about the Pack’s seemingly biggest flaw – the pass defense – this offseason. But what are some [...]
Monday, I wrote about the idea of Ted Thompson trading a player from an area of relative strength in order to bolster the Green Bay Packers’ defensive line.
That was written in the context of discussing the Johnny Jolly 2010 Suspension Tour, but really, d-line isn’t the only area Thompson could look to sure up via [...]
So it’s been a minute since I’ve last written for the site.
It feels like I’ve been saying that a lot lately. That’s because, well, I have.
My reasons are, of course, legit. First it was vacay-time; then I got sick; and, finally, I’ve been out of town attending my parents’ 50th wedding anniversary. I don’t forsee [...]
The Green Bay Packers put a significant emphasis on the defensive line in this year’s draft.
By selecting Mike Neal (Purdue, second round) and C.J. Wilson (East Carolina, seventh round), the team made it clear it felt more size and depth needed to be added up front. And by officially moving B.J. Raji (RAJI!) and Ryan [...]