Jake Kumerow signs tender with Packers

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Packers receiver Jake Kumerow has signed his exclusive rights tender, Rob Demovsky of ESPN reports.

The Packers start their offseason program Monday.

Kumerow, 27, made his NFL regular-season debut last season. He appeared in five games, with two starts, and made eight catches for 103 yards and a touchdown.

He should have a good shot at making the 53-player roster again this season.

53 responses to “Jake Kumerow signs tender with Packers

  1. He and every other Packer WR should be absolutely giddy about the coaching change. Imagine having some plays now with motion, bunch splits, and other schemes that mean the defense will have to adapt once in a while.

  2. Talk about letting Rodgers run the team, now Jake from the State Farm commercials is playing WR. I am assuming that’s who this nobody is.

  3. I like Jake Kumerow, he plays with a lot of grit and heart.
    It’s going to be interesting to see how good he can be when healthy and given an opportunity

    He’s nowhere as skilled as Adam Thielen, but at least he’s not a punk like him.
    Arguing with a future Hall of Fame coach, and don’t forget that embarrassing sideline skirmish he and his QB were involved in when the pressure got to be too much.
    Arrogant jerk.

  4. pintobean1953 says:
    April 6, 2019 at 5:23 pm
    Know what they call Minneapolis? No-title Town.
    ____________

    That’s cute and certainly apt, but the local sports editors have already beat you to it by dubbing it, Loserville, for all the obvious reasons.

  5. Hopefully he doesn’t offend King Aaron of Cheeseland! He may then be entitled to make the 53 man roster and get his 2 targets per game.

  6. Undrafted FA of the Bengals in 2015, His father played four years in the NFL. He’s the grandson of a Chicago mob boss.

  7. cheeseisfattening says:
    April 6, 2019 at 6:23 pm
    Another player for Rodgers to freeze out
    Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzxx

    Well then, he’d better catch on quick right? Others who never figured it out are gone. The message is: Figure it out.

  8. Another player for Rodgers to freeze out
    —–
    Never tire of the lack of awareness from the folks to the west. You’re a fan of a team that had the only qb/wr sideline blowup in the league (that I’m aware of) last year, yet your trolling another team for that very same thing. Crazy.

  9. filthymcnasty3 says:
    April 6, 2019 at 6:09 pm
    His recovery is a product of quality healthcare.

    Quality WI healthcare.

    //////////:

    True. In which state do you live? I know it’s not Wisconsin.

  10. cheeseisfattening says:
    April 6, 2019 at 6:23 pm
    Another player for Rodgers to freeze out
    ________

    Actually, Rodgers praised him several times in training camp for his preparation and work ethic.
    Unfortunately he was injured diving into the end zone in an exhibition game.
    Spending most of the year on the PUP list, it was too little, too late for him to create any real, long lasting impressions in the games that mattered.

    With the draft and UFAs, I expect the wide receiver room to be quite crowded and competitive come July.
    The fans love Jake because of his high energy and what looks like some YAC ability.

    Hopefully, he’ll remain healthy, and get his first real shot this year.
    If not in Green Bay, perhaps somewhere else.

  11. Viking fans ripping on chemistry, when Theilen had a started the season amazing, slowed way down was so frutrated got caught cussing at opposing benches on mic, and ended with Cousins trying to show him how to run routes on the sideline.

  12. pintobean1953 says:
    April 6, 2019 at 5:23 pm
    Know what they call Minneapolis? No-title Town.

    _——————-

    Actually I believe its called “MoreDivisionAndConferenceAndSuperbowlAppearancesThanGreenbay” town..

  13. I wonder if Rodgers will continue to “sinking the ship” with zero interest in developing Kumerow just like his zero interest in developing Valdes-Scantling, St. Brown and Moore.

  14. 2ruefan says:
    April 6, 2019 at 8:06 pm
    pintobean1953 says:
    April 6, 2019 at 5:23 pm
    Know what they call Minneapolis? No-title Town.

    _——————-

    Actually I believe its called “MoreDivisionAndConferenceAndSuperbowlAppearancesThanGreenbay” town..
    ________

    Umm…….That name, besides being long, wordy and odd, doesn’t make a whole lot of sense.

    Super Bowl Records

    Vikings 0 – 4
    Packers 4 – 1

    No, I think we’ll just stick with Loserville.
    It has a nice ring to it, and really captures the essence of Minneapolis football, don’t you think? 😉

  15. cheeseisfattening says:
    April 6, 2019 at 8:15 pm
    I wonder if Rodgers will continue to “sinking the ship” with zero interest in developing Kumerow just like his zero interest in developing Valdes-Scantling, St. Brown and Moore.
    _____________

    Wait……are you still referring to that garbage gossip story?
    The one that’s been refuted over and over again by current and former Packer players.

    No, don’t worry about these young receivers.
    If they do have any quality skills or talent, you can count on Rodgers to bring it out in them.
    Just ask Randall Cobb, Jordy Nelson, or Davante Adams, all of which have praised Aaron for his leadership skills for their personal development.

    By the way, will Kirk Cousins still be teaching Adam Thielen how to run routes on the sidelines of their most important game of the season again?

  16. pintobean1953 says:
    April 6, 2019 at 5:23 pm

    Know what they call Minneapolis? No-title Town./////

    Nobody outside of wisconsin calls green bay Title Town, You had a 2-0 lead in super titles on every team in the NFL and were passed up in the 70’s. gb is Entitled Town

  17. cheeseisfattening says:
    April 6, 2019 at 8:15 pm
    I wonder if Rodgers will continue to “sinking the ship” with zero interest in developing Kumerow just like his zero interest in developing Valdes-Scantling, St. Brown and Moore.
    Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

    As usual, you don’t have a clue. If you have the balls, check out an article from mid-season written by Jim Owczarski of Packer News. Search buzzwords: Packer Receivers Build Trust. It’ll explain it for you.

    Welcome to your first clue. You’re welcome.

  18. Did everyone catch yesterday’s follow-up Bleacher Report?

    “The issues in Green Bay were bad. They still are.”

    “If you think the firing of McCarthy will fix the Packers, as bad as his relationship was with Rodgers, you’re not paying attention. If you think the firing of general manager Ted Thompson will fix the Packer”

    “everyone acknowledged that LaFleur is in a brutal situation.”

    ” there’s also something pathological and kind of disturbing about how Rodgers treated some people around him. ”

    “there will come a game plan or play call from LaFleur that Rodgers won’t like. He will ignore some part of it, or all of it, and go rogue. Then, what does LaFleur do? Bench Aaron Rodgers?”

    “he’ll be the boss, and LaFleur will have to get used to being the lieutenant.”

  19. “He should have a good shot at making the 53-player roster again this season.”

    This says a lot about the roster in GB when a 27 year old guy with 8 career catches has “a good shot” a making the roster AGAIN…

  20. cheeseisfattening says:
    April 6, 2019 at 9:32 pm
    Did everyone catch yesterday’s follow-up Bleacher Report?
    Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

    Sure did. They double-downed on “anonymous players,” and “unnamed sources,” none of which jives with Mccarthy’s response and the responses of former players without a grudge.

    Two questions for you: So what?……..and……Why does it matter to anyone but haters?

    Maybe Rodgers should roll over and play dead, like Cousins?

    “In front of the press conference press, Cousins is repeating himself, saying things in the nuance of “playing better”, and “making better decisions”, but since his complete meltdown against the lowly Buffalo Bills at U.S. Bank Stadium where he fumbled the ball away twice, threw an interception and only managed to score a cosmetic touchdown in the game’s last three minutes, he now has eight fumbles and seven interceptions for 2018.”

    Before Sunday night’s game, Cousins told the press with some sincerity that he was going to make avoiding turnovers against Chicago his top priority.

    He then proceeded to throw two picks in the game and watch another easy one dropped by a Bear defender.

  21. cheeseisfattening says:
    April 6, 2019 at 9:32 pm
    Did everyone catch yesterday’s follow-up Bleacher Report?
    ____________

    No, why would I?
    I simply don’t have any trust whatsoever in Tyler Dunne or his anonymous sources with their unsubstantiated claims.

    Not when so many others connected with the Packers throughout that time have completely refuted almost everything in that article.
    And were more than happy to attach their names to their responses.

    Even Ryan Grant, who was quoted throughout it, has come forward to say that his comments were completely mischaracterized.
    It’s garbage.

    Still just waiting for the draft when we can all get back to reporting football facts again.

  22. If the kid could just stay healthy,……..
    In last years training camp the coaches said he ran the best route patterns of all the newcomers. I think he’s a good choice to be the back up slot receiver.

  23. He was showing off by unnecessarily diving untouched into the end zone while showing off to his parents sitting nearby. I’m betting he’d love to have that moment back.

  24. fmc651 says:
    April 6, 2019 at 9:20 pm
    Nobody outside of wisconsin calls green bay Title Town, You had a 2-0 lead in super titles on every team in the NFL and were passed up in the 70’s. gb is Entitled Town
    Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

    “Green Bay Packers: Why Titletown Is Home to the Greatest Franchise in Sports.”

    Sorry to burst your bubble, but in reality, perhaps it’s true nobody inside Minneapolis calls it TitleTown, but the New York Times does. New York is pretty big. Plus, you have 360,000 fans throughout the world with souvenir stock certificates framed and hanging on their walls, explaining to innumerable friends in faraway places the where’s and why’s of TitleTown USA.

    Everyone is welcome in TitleTown, where everyone is entitled, entitled to enjoy the success and history of the greatest franchise in professional sports. Welcome aboard.

  25. He and every other Packer WR should be absolutely giddy about the coaching change. Imagine having some plays now with motion, bunch splits, and other schemes that…………that Aaron Rodgers will also ignore and call his own play instead. “Everybody go deep and I’ll throw up a hero ball only if you are completely wide open” will still be the norm.

  26. He and every other Packer WR should be absolutely giddy about the coaching change. Imagine having some plays now with motion, bunch splits, and other schemes that…………that Aaron Rodgers will also ignore and call his own play instead. “Everybody go deep and I’ll throw up a hero ball only if you are completely wide open” will still be the norm.
    Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

    Sounds great! Let’s get started.

  27. The Packers brass are inside 1265 today preparing for the start of phase 1 of the 2019 season tomorrow morning.

    Meanwhile…Rick Spielman and Mike Zimmer were seen at LensCrafters today sharing a coupon to get 2 pairs of prescription Coke bottle lenses.

  28. freefromwhatyouare says:
    April 7, 2019 at 5:17 pm
    The Packers brass are inside 1265 today preparing for the start of phase 1 of the 2019 season tomorrow morning.

    Meanwhile…Rick Spielman and Mike Zimmer were seen at LensCrafters today sharing a coupon to get 2 pairs of prescription Coke bottle lenses.
    ———————————

    Wow, good one. It must have took you all day to come up with that spectacular material.

  29. stellarperformance says:
    April 7, 2019 at 9:45 am
    fmc651 says:
    April 6, 2019 at 9:20 pm
    Nobody outside of wisconsin calls green bay Title Town, You had a 2-0 lead in super titles on every team in the NFL and were passed up in the 70’s. gb is Entitled Town
    Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

    “Green Bay Packers: Why Titletown Is Home to the Greatest Franchise in Sports.”

    Sorry to burst your bubble, but in reality, perhaps it’s true nobody inside Minneapolis calls it TitleTown, but the New York Times does. New York is pretty big. Plus, you have 360,000 fans throughout the world with souvenir stock certificates framed and hanging on their walls, explaining to innumerable friends in faraway places the where’s and why’s of TitleTown USA.

    Everyone is welcome in TitleTown, where everyone is entitled, entitled to enjoy the success and history of the greatest franchise in professional sports. Welcome aboard

    @@@@@@@&&&&&

    “TitleTown” was a self made name by the Green Bay city council to try and bring attention to a crippling economy back in 1961. It’s no different than the cowboys “America’s team” don’t believe me, look it up.

  30. Well, however it came about, I can’t think of a more apt name for Green Bay, Wisconsin than Titletown!
    13 NFL Championships and the pride of the NFL.
    All you haters can save your jealous and childish responses.
    They mean absolutely nothing to me.

    Looking forward to the new regime rolling up their sleeves and getting after it tomorrow.
    New day, new era, new attitude.

  31. “It must have took you all day to come up with that”

    =============

    Nope, took about 14 seconds of my day to post that. I spent my weekend with my beautiful wife and incredible kids while you spent yours on here crying about the Packers per usual.

    Poor Barney

  32. pancake says:
    April 7, 2019 at 6:28 pm

    Looking forward to the new regime rolling up their sleeves and getting after it tomorrow.
    New day, new era, new attitude.
    ——
    Lol…said the same thing last year. How did that turn out?

  33. flviking says:
    April 7, 2019 at 6:05 pm
    “TitleTown” was a self made name by the Green Bay city council to try and bring attention to a crippling economy back in 1961. It’s no different than the cowboys “America’s team” don’t believe me, look it up.
    ///////////////////////

    Yeah? And? Your point?

    All you’ve done is confirm that Green Bay is indeed recognized by the moniker “TitleTown!” Thank you!

  34. freefromwhatyouare says:
    April 7, 2019 at 5:17 pm
    The Packers brass are inside 1265 today preparing for the start of phase 1 of the 2019 season tomorrow morning
    ______
    Is that the brass that told Aaron Rodgers to quit being the problem?

  35. pkrh8tr (ariana) says:
    April 7, 2019 at 6:38 pm
    pancake says:
    April 7, 2019 at 6:28 pm

    Looking forward to the new regime rolling up their sleeves and getting after it tomorrow.
    New day, new era, new attitude.
    ——
    Lol…said the same thing last year. How did that turn out?
    __________

    Doubtful, because Green Bay, you know, just fired a long tenured head coach, and then recently hired a brand new one who brought along a slew of new assistants.
    Hence, the new regime comment.

    ariana, I realize that most of what you post on here is nonsensical gibberish because like most people who have nothing to say, you just try and be completely annoying, but seriously, try and keep up.

  36. cheeseisfattening says:
    April 7, 2019 at 7:20 pm
    Is that the brass that told Aaron Rodgers to quit being the problem?
    Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

    That’s what you heard……..in Bizarro World.

    Here, on earth, they actually told him to start being the solution, which is the opposite.

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