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Randall Cobb set to return to the Packers, per reports

Randall Cobb sprints for a big gain for the Packers.Evan Siegle/Green Bay Packers; Jeff Gross/Getty Images. Few Packers wide receivers in the 20th century have been involved in more spectacular plays than Randall Cobb. The diminutive second-round pick burst onto the scene in 2011 with a spectacular 108-yard kickoff return in his first game and really never let up after that. He was on the receiving end of Aaron Rodgers’ fourth down bomb in 2013 to beat the Bears, he caught a key pass late in the Packers’ 2014 playoff win over the Cowboys, and he crushed the Bears again in 2018 with a gargantuan catch-and-run to complete the Packers’ comeback.
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Packers Attempted to Trade Aaron Rodgers Justin Herbert

Have you heard that there has been a bit of tension between MVP Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers front office? Surprising, I know. This topic has been discussed ad nauseam this summer, with stories being recycled as news and fake stories becoming the most influential among the Packer fan base. Due to this, it’s safe to say the majority of Packer Nation has turned on the reigning MVP, with many calling for an Aaron Rodgers trade so the drama can simply end.
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Packers safety Christian Uphoff could be a roster sleeper

Christian Uphoff stands on the field at the 2021 Senior BowlRusty Costanza/Associated Press. The Green Bay Packers have a long history of success with undrafted free agents. From Tramon Williams and Sam Shields to Lane Taylor to Allen Lazard, players who have been passed over in the draft have frequently gone on to have productive careers with the Packers.
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Packers Rumored to Be Trading for Randall Cobb

Aaron Rodgers and Randall CobbCredit: Wesley Hitt/Getty Images. On the same day that Aaron Rodgers has been reported to be returning to the Green Bay Packers this season, Green Bay has found themselves to be in another rumor. According to Trey Wingo, the Packers are rumored to be involved in a Randall Cobb trade. If you think the Rodgers and Cobb news is connected, you may be correct.
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Is Rodgers Back? I’ll Believe It When I See It

Lately reports are emerging that Aaron Rodgers does intend to play with the Packers in 2021 after all. This leads one to question how much of this whole “Aaron Rodgers is dissatisfied” story. However, there are a few facts that we can point to which should lend some clarity to the issue.
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Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams Both Post a Cryptic Message on Instagram

It has been an exhausting offseason to be a Green Bay Packers fan. The offseason may be twice as exhuasting for those paid to cover the dysfunctional organization. Friday was no different, with ProFootballTalk again spreading rumors about Aaron Rodgers. At this point, Rodgers is to PFT what LeBron James is to ESPN. It’s surprising neither owns stock in those respective companies with how often they are spoken about.
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Thousands turn out for rainy, hot Packers 5K

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) - Although it was a rainy and a hot day for a 5K, more than 2,000 people participated in a race around and through Lambeau Field Saturday morning. The race is one of the many festivities leading up to the start of training camp next week.

All about ETS Performance in Howard, part owned by former Packers John Kuhn

FULL INTERVIEW - ETS Performance part owner John Kuhn. ETS has gained national and global attention for our unique training systems that are applicable and customizable for athletes ages eight through the professional level. We have trained over 25,000 athletes since opening in 2010. We have helped develop over 1,000 D1, D2, and D3 athletes across the United states. We train/have trained over 125 professional athletes. ETS Green Bay is one of our 16 locations across the midwest (10 in Minnesota, 2 in Michigan and now 4 in Wisconsin).
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From De'Vondre Campbell to Ray Wilborn, the Green Bay Packers have interesting options at linebacker

Green Bay Packers linebacker Krys Barnes lines up for a snap against the Houston TexansMatt Patterson/Associated Press. For a team that all but refuses to invest at inside linebacker, the Green Bay Packers seem to have a lot of options at the position heading into 2021. Three different players currently on the roster started at least six games last year: De’Vondre Campbell (with Arizona), Krys Barnes and Kamal Martin. Even if none of those prospects are terribly exciting, they should at least have some solid options available this season.
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Ambidextrous Blount excels in multiple sports

DE PERE – It’s a story that sticks out in Joe Rukamp’s mind. To this day, he still finds it hard to believe. The West De Pere varsity baseball coach remembers hearing about a quarterback at West De Pere Middle School who could do phenomenal things. Josh Blount would roll...
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Packers rookie Eric Stokes to throw out first pitch at Brewers game

GREEN BAY, Wis — Eric Stokes Jr. is swapping out his helmet for a baseball glove, but just for one day. The Packers first round draft pick announced on Twitter that he’s heading to American Family Field on July 25th and will throw out the first pitch. The Brewers host the White Sox that night at 6:08 P.M.
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ESPN Disrespects Packers TE Robert Tonyan

Over the past year, we have seen ESPN continue to slip further and further into incompetence. From letting respected analysts go, to overpaying for pompous needle-movers, to quoting sources word for word without citing them (hi, I'm Zach Brunner, also known as "anonymous source"), the company continues to lose respect and their reputable label. Recently, there were ESPN tight end rankings release. While some players may have been ranked where they should be, they absolutely disrespected Robert Tonyan.
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Pandemic Causes Packers' Revenues To Plummet By Nearly 27 Percent

Playing home games without spectators because of the pandemic caused the Green Bay Packers’ operating revenues to drop nearly 27 percent during the most recent fiscal year. The Packers reported $409.8 million in expenses and $371.1 million in revenues. That’s the first time since 2000 the team spent more money than it brought in.