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Cheese curds, 2/20: Jordy Nelson credits Packers trainers for comeback

Cheese curds, 2/20: Jordy Nelson credits Packers trainers for comeback

Jordy Nelson deserves plenty of credit for his fantastic 2016 season, but he didn't do it alone. At this time last year, much of the Green Bay Packers' attention not focused on the draft centered on the recovery of Jordy Nelson. The former second-team All-Pro remained locked in rehab mode related to the ACL tear he suffered during the previous preseason. Fast forward to 2017, and the injury seems lost in the distant past. Nelson didn't look quite as dominant last season as he had before the injury, but he re-established himself as a highly productive pass catcher. For his efforts, Nelson...
ESPN Feb 17, 2017

Guys behind the guy: Jordy Nelson credits Packers trainers for his impressive comeback

Guys behind the guy: Jordy Nelson credits Packers trainers for his impressive comeback

Green Bay Packers must find Jordy Nelson replacement sooner than later

Jordy Nelson fought off Father Time’s best efforts of slowing him down last year, but the Green Bay Packers must have one eye on the future. Consider it one-nothing to Jordy, but the 31-year-old receiver knows he’s in the final act of a great career. “I’m going to take it year-by-year, because it’s 100 percent […] Green Bay Packers must find Jordy Nelson replacement sooner than later - Lombardi Ave - Lombardi Ave - A Green Bay Packers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
NFL Nation | ESPN Feb 15, 2017

Heartbreaker? Blowout? For Jordy Nelson, Packers' playoff disappointments all hurt

Heartbreaker? Blowout? For Jordy Nelson, Packers' playoff disappointments all hurt
ESPN Feb 15, 2017

Heartbreaker? Blowout? For Jordy Nelson, all playoff disappointments hurt

Heartbreaker? Blowout? For Jordy Nelson, all playoff disappointments hurt
ESPN Feb 15, 2017

After comeback season, Jordy Nelson contemplates retirement ... sort of

After comeback season, Jordy Nelson contemplates retirement ... sort of
Nelson: Season not full success without title

Nelson: Season not full success without title

The Packers wide receiver looks back at the 2016 season.        

Green Bay Packers: Can Davante Adams take the next step?

Davante Adams was besieged by doubters after a brutal sophomore campaign in 2015 in which he played through an ankle injury for much of the season. That season, he failed to consistently create separation and produce as the Green Bay Packers’ No. 1 perimeter threat after Jordy Nelson’s ACL tear. This past season marked a […] Green Bay Packers: Can Davante Adams take the next step? - Lombardi Ave - Lombardi Ave - A Green Bay Packers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Acme Packing Company Feb 13, 2017
Cheese Curds, 2/13: On Lacy's free agency value and Packers WRs' best routes

Cheese Curds, 2/13: On Lacy's free agency value and Packers WRs' best routes

Green Bay had a couple of the best receivers in the league when running specific routes, which should come as no surprise to APC readers. Davante Adams is deadly on in-breaking routes. That is a refrain that we have said here at Acme Packing Company for the entire second half of the 2016 season, as Adams really started to find his success on slants and digs this year. This weekend, the Green Bay Packers' receiver earned some well-deserved recognition for his work on those routes, and his teammate Jordy Nelson was mentioned as well. Meanwhile, we have our first estimate of Eddie Lacy's...
numberFire Feb 10, 2017

'Make or break' 2017 season for Randall Cobb? - Randall Cobb | GB

Green Bay Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb may be looking at a "make or break" season in 2017, believes ESPN Packers reporter Rob Demovsky. What It Means: Cobb has seen his numbers fall in consecutive years after he caught 91 passes for 1,287 yards and 12 touchdowns in 2014 during a breakout campaign. Davante Adams surpassed Cobb as the Packers' number-two receiver behind Jordy Nelson, and some think he will be asked to take a paycut from the $8.6 million he's currently due in 2017. Cobb will be 27 by the start of next season. Cobb ranked 43rd in Reception Net Expected Points...

Green Bay Packers News: Despite Jordy Nelson’s return, Pack shouldn’t stand pat at receiver

Despite excellent production at the wide receiver position in 2016, adding another pass catcher would make sense for the Green Bay Packers. It’s a belief I held last season, as nobody knew for sure how Jordy Nelson would perform just a year removed from ACL surgery. He was outstanding and it didn’t matter, but Jordy […] Green Bay Packers News: Despite Jordy Nelson’s return, Pack shouldn’t stand pat at receiver - Lombardi Ave - Lombardi Ave - A Green Bay Packers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Who Dat Mafia Feb 5, 2017

Saints Superfan Jarrius Robertson Became A Rockstar At The NFL Honors Ceremony

New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton thought Jarrius Robertson was a “rock star” before this week, but the 14-year-old Saints Super Fan became even more famous Saturday night. Along with Payton and Harry Connick Jr., Robertson presented the NFL Comeback Player of the Year to Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson at the NFL […]
Steelers Wire Feb 5, 2017
Suspensions likely a factor in Le'Veon Bell missing on Comeback Player of the Year

Suspensions likely a factor in Le'Veon Bell missing on Comeback Player of the Year

Saturday night the best of the NFL all got together for the NFL Honors awards. The Pittsburgh Steelers were nominated for several awards including Comeback Player of the Year. Unfortunately running back Le’Veon Bell was beaten out by Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson. But the reason Bell did so poorly in the voting likely had nothing to do with his comeback. JORDY! Congratulations @JordyRNelson!Comeback Player of the Year, presented by @McDonalds. #NFLHonors pic.twitter.com/5gwtgTYjYR — NFL (@NFL) February 5, 2017 Not only did Bell not win, he only got one vote. One Vote?...
numberFire Feb 5, 2017

Jordy Nelson caps Packers' season with Comeback Player of the Year

The Associated Press named Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson its 2016 Comeback Player of the Year. What It Means: After missing the entire 2015 season to ACL surgery, Nelson rebounded with 97 catches, 1,257 yards and a league-high 14 touchdowns. There were rumblings Nelson might never be the same player given his age at the time of his injury but he picked up where he left off before going down, averaging 79 yards per game. It wasn’t a huge feat for Nelson to regain his elite status given his quarterback situation. Nelson's play fell off late in the year and in the...
Baltimore Beatdown Feb 5, 2017
Packers WR Jordy Nelson wins NFL comeback player of the year. Pitta gets two votes.

Packers WR Jordy Nelson wins NFL comeback player of the year. Pitta gets two votes.

No respect for Dennis Pitta’s 2016 season after two hip surgeries. At the NFL Honor awards on Saturday night, Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson was named ‘NFL Comeback Player of the Year’ after missing all of 2015 with a torn ACL. This comes as no surprise because of Nelson's performance this season and the star power that he possesses as one of the best wide receivers in football playing for the Green Bay Packers. The Packers offense struggled throughout the first half of the season, but turned it on in the second half and were able to help the Packers run the table and...

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