If Phil Emery could go back in time and do the 2014 NFL Draft over again, he might not have taken Virginia Tech cornerback Kyle Fuller with the 14th-overall pick. Fuller emerged as a quality starte…
by: Zach Kruse — USA Today: Packers Wire 3 Jul
It’s fair to wonder if Aaron Rodgers would have four NFL MVP awards if not for a pair of broken collarbones. The Green Bay Packers quarterback has two MVPs, but he’s been robbed of two …
by: Carlos Nazario — Fansided: NFL Spin Zone 29 Jun
The Chicago Bears' wide receiver play was woeful last season. They made moves in the offseason to change that and Allen Robinson is key for offensive succe...
by: Packers News — Milwaukee Journal Sentinal 27 Jun
Rounding up news and views on the Green Bay Packers from around the web.
by: Tarringo Basile-vaughan — Fansided: Chowder and Champions 6 Jun
With mandatory minicamp officially underway, New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman took some time to open up about the departure of good friend...
by: Tarringo Basile-vaughan — Fansided: Chowder and Champions 5 Jun
With the running theme that the New England Patriots don’t have any “fun,” former linebacker Shea McClellin relished his time in Foxborough. First of...
by: Tim Lynch — SB Nation: Mile High Report 4 Jun
Not having Von Miller and the other edge rushers in the same room with Bill Kollar just didn’t make sense.
by: Grey Papke — Larry Brown Sports 3 Jun
While it's clear that not everyone who played for the New England Patriots loved their time there, many who played for the team really enjoyed it. Count former linebacker Shea McClellin in the latter group. He spent two years with the Patriots from 2016..
Former player defends Patriot Way, says critics 'don't know what they're talking about' - CBSSports.com
by: Ryan Wilson — CBS Sports 3 Jun
Shea McClellin calls his time in New England 'the best two years of my football career'