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Is Andrew Luck the NFL's Second-Best Quarterback?

NFL.com recently polled a number of analysts to ask them who the second best quarterback in the NFL is behind Aaron Rodgers, and the debate basically came down to Andrew Luck vs. Tom Brady. The best quarterback in the NFL today is the Packers' Aaron Rodgers.  The reigning MVP, there's not much doubt about Rodgers being at the top of the order when it comes to quarterbacking in the league today. But who's number two after Aaron Rodgers?  That was the question poised to a panel of NFL.com writers and analysts a few days ago, and it basically turned into a debate of which one was better...
Express-Times Feb 24, 2015

Which Eagles are worth 1st round draft picks in a trade? Assigning a draft day value to each player

Unless you name is Andrew Luck or Aaron Rodgers, every player can be had for the right price.

Packers raise ticket prices for sixth straight year

 Photo/ Tickets at Lambeau Field are up between $3 and $5 in the lower bowl for 2015, the club announced Friday. GREEN BAY – For the sixth straight year, your Green Bay Packers’ tickets are going to cost you a little more.The team announced Friday that it was raising ticket prices between $3 and $5 per seat per game, the sixth straight year the team has done so.The last time the Packers didn’t raise their ticket prices was entering the 2009 season, when they were coming off a 6-10 playoff-less finish with first-year starter Aaron Rodgers and following the acrimonious departure of...

McCarthy 'going to miss' play-calling but says it will 'make us better'

 Photo/ Packers coach Mike McCarthy has called plays since 2000, when he was the offensive coordinator in New Orleans. GREEN BAY – Admitting that he knows he’s “going to miss it,” Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy made it official Thursday: He is relinquishing his job as the offensive play-caller.The decision is part of a significant shakeup on that side of the ball, where the Packers led the NFL in scoring in 2014 and quarterback Aaron Rodgers won his second most valuable player award.McCarthy is handing off the play-calling duties to Tom Clements, whom he promoted from...
Tampa Bay Times Feb 6, 2015

Tampa Sports Authority finds holes in Aaron Rodgers' claim

TAMPA — Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers may have no problem with the footing on the frozen tundra of Lambeau Field, but his claim that the tropic turf at Raymond James Stadium caused his calf injury isn't on solid ground.

NFL field tests refute Rodgers' claim that RJS caused injury

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers may have no problem with the footing on the frozen tundra of Lambeau Field, but his claim that the tropic turf at Raymond James Stadium caused his calf injury isn't on solid ground.

Packers Podcast: McGinn & Dunne on Letroy Guion, Ron Wolf, Aaron Rodgers, Super Bowl

Tyler Dunne and Bob McGinn discuss Letroy Guion's arrest, Rob Wolf's induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame and how he turned around a dormant franchise, Aaron Rodgers' MVP and the Patriots-Seahawks Super Bowl.
Tampa Bay Times Feb 6, 2015

Tom Jones ranks NFL quarterbacks

Welcome to our annual tradition of ranking the quarterbacks of the 32 NFL teams. Each year after the Super Bowl, we rank the quarterbacks based partly on success and partly on statistics, but mostly on the good, old-fashioned eye test. 1. Aaron Rodgers, Packers
Acme Packing Company Feb 6, 2015

Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News and Links for February 6, 2015

The reigning MVP was on the radio yesterday discussing a variety of issues to close the book on the 2014 season. In his final radio appearance of the year on Thursday, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers touched on a number of topics. He addressed everything from his calf injury to Letroy Guion's arrest and more, and we bring you a few of his more interesting comments in today's curds. Besides Rodgers' interview, one of the most interesting pieces to come out yesterday is an interview with Vikings wide receiver Charles Johnson. you might remember that Johnson was a Packers draft...

Rodgers: Teammates must 'come around' Guion

 Photo/ Letroy Guion (98) was well-liked by his Packers teammates, including quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who said he hopes the players stand by Guion following Tuesday’s arrest. GREEN BAY – Aaron Rodgers was disappointed to hear of defensive tackle Letroy Guion’s arrest in Florida on Tuesday night, but the NFL MVP wasn’t ready to write off one of his favorite Green Bay Packers teammates of all time on Thursday.Rodgers, who called Guion one of his all-time favorite teammates a month ago, said Guion’s arrest on felony drug and gun possession in his hometown of Starke, Fla., reflects...

Rodgers expected Lynch to get the ball at end of Super Bowl

 Photo/ Russell Wilson’s interception at the goal line came as a surprise to Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. GREEN BAY – Aaron Rodgers left Arizona before Super Bowl XLIX, and the Green Bay Packers quarterback didn’t even bother to watch the game live. He opted to go golfing instead.“I was trying out the calf to see if it could get through a round of golf,” Rodgers said of the torn left calf that hampered him for the final month of the season. “And it did.”Once Rodgers made it to the clubhouse, though, he saw the first of many replays of Seattle Seahawks quarterback...

Rodgers faults Tampa Bay turf for calf injury

 Photo/ Aaron Rodgers suffered a calf injury early in the team’s Dec. 21 victory at Tampa Bay. GREEN BAY – With a rigorous offseason training regimen, plenty of yoga for flexibility and his team’s dedication to muscle-fatigue injury prevention, Aaron Rodgers doesn’t think he needs to change anything about his approach after a pair of muscle pulls hampered him during his 2014 MVP season.The way the Green Bay Packers quarterback figures it, he just has to avoid playing at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Raymond James Stadium and avoid close calls with players’ weekly weigh-ins.Rodgers...
Tampa Bay Times Feb 5, 2015

Aaron Rodgers blames Raymond James Stadium turf for injury

TAMPA — Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers says the calf injury that limited him throughout the NFL postseason occurred because of poor field conditions at Raymond James Stadium.
Bucs Nation Feb 5, 2015

Aaron Rodgers blames Raymond James Stadium grass for injury

Aaron Rodgers is blaming Raymond James Stadium's grass for his persistent calf injury, that contributed to his team losing the NFC Championship Game against the Seattle Seahawks. "The calf was, in my opinion, due to the poor surface in Tampa," Rodgers said on ESPN Milwaukee. "Tampa is where I hurt my shoulder as well back in 2008, and I think that there needs to be looked at some more uniformity as far as the field conditions. I think there's a couple of surfaces that are more likely to create injury than prevent injury. There's some incredible surfaces in the NFL. There's some ones that I...

Packers Rodgers blames calf injury on poor turf at RJS

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said the calf injury which hampered him throughout the post-season was the result of bad field conditions at Raymond James Stadium.

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    Letroy Guion likely to avoid jail time, attorney says

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    As free agency approaches, Packers cornerback Davon House seeks to be starter

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    Tolzien wants his iPad, which probably means he's coming back

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    Packers ILB Barrington has both fines reduced