After seeing three quarterbacks throw passes in the previous two weeks, the Green Bay Packers came to terms with free agent quarterback Matt Flynn after Flynn worked out for the team on Monday, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
The NFL can provide fame and fortune for many of the people lucky enough to ever wear a pro football uniform. However, there’s an inherent risk that comes with each and every snap of the football.
Green Bay Packers tight end Jermichael Finley came face-to-face with that realization during. Sunday’s game against the Cleveland Browns.
There’s a saying in football that if a team has two quarterbacks, it means they don’t have one.
But a team with three?
Welcome to the 2013 Minnesota Vikings.
The Green Bay Packers rang in 2012 with one of the best statistical performances by anyone that has ever worn green and gold, yet it came from a player that made just two career starts for the franchise.
That player, who was on his third team in three years, was just cut by the Oakland Raiders, according to Jim Trotter of SI.com, after being demoted to third string behind Terrelle Pryor and Matt McGloin.
It’s the first week of the season that four teams will be on a bye – Minnesota, Pittsburgh, St. Louis and Tampa Bay – but there are few players that are universally started across those four squads. Regardless, here’s a look at who you might want to tinker with within your lineup.
The biggest surprise in the NFL this week was the trade that sent Trent Richardson packing from the Cleveland Browns to the Indianapolis Colts.
It’s not 2011 anymore, but it sure felt like it watching the Green Bay Packers on Sunday.
Aaron Rodgers tied a franchise record with 480 yards passing, James Starks became the first Packers running back to surpass 100 yards since Brandon Jackson did so against Washington on Oct. 10, 2010, and the Green Bay defense held Robert Griffin III in check.
It’s not imperative that he do so, but New York Giants running back David Wilson didn’t make too many fans in the fantasy football community this week.
There’s a good chance you already hate your fantasy team and are looking to make some changes for Week 2. I’m right there with you. Here are some candidates with some intriguing matchups, for better or worse, that may cause you to consider tinkering with your lineup for the second week of the season.