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De’Vondre Campbell making major impact on Packers’ defense

When the Packers signed linebacker De'Vondre Campbell to a one-year, $2 million contract in June, it appeared to be a relatively minor move for a player who would have to compete just to make the 53-man roster. Instead, Campbell has become one of the Packers’ most impactful players. Campbell is an every-down linebacker who has [more]

Kevin King, Preston Smith listed as limited practice participants

The biggest news on the health front for the Packers on Monday was wide receiver Davante Adams going on the COVID-19 reserve list, but the team also issued its first injury report ahead of Thursday’s game against the Cardinals. Cornerback Kevin King (shoulder, back) and linebacker Preston Smith (oblique) were both listed as limited participants, [more]

DeAndre Hopkins, J.J. Watt wouldn’t have practiced Monday; Kyler Murray listed as full participant

The Cardinals issued an estimated injury report on Monday that included players like wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins, defensive end J.J. Watt, and quarterback Kyler Murray. Hopkins and Watt would not have practiced a day after helping the team to a 31-5 win over the Texans. Hopkins is listed with a hamstring injury while a shoulder [more]

Cardinals activate Chandler Jones, Zach Allen from COVID reserve list

The Packers put wide receiver Davante Adams on the COVID-19 reserve list on Monday and their opponents on Thursday night have gotten a couple of players back from that list. The Cardinals announced that they have activated edge rusher Chandler Jones and defensive tackle Zach Allen from the list. Jones cleared COVID protocols over the [more]

Packers put Davante Adams on COVID-19 reserve list

Packers wide receiver Davante Adams has been placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list. Adams has indicated that he is fully vaccinated. That would suggest he had a breakthrough infection and tested positive today. Under NFL rules, fully vaccinated players can return as soon as they submit two negative tests at least 24 hours apart, which would [more]

Aaron Rodgers woke up Sunday morning with his back “all locked up”

At the end of his post-game press conference. Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers made an impromptu, post-hoc amendment to the team’s official injury report. He had a back issue on Sunday morning, which required immediate treatment on Sunday morning to allow him to play. “I do have to give a big shout out to [Packers Coordinator [more]

Packers defensive coordinator Joe Barry tests positive for COVID-19

The Packers will be without their defensive coordinator in Thursday night’s big showdown with the Cardinals. Green Bay defensive coordinator Joe Barry has tested positive for COVID-19, according to NFL Network. That means Barry will be in isolation at least through Thursday night’s game, although he will still take part in virtual game planning. The [more]

Zach Ertz: We have a lot of talent, I’ve never seen so much green grass in the middle of the field

Tight end Zach Ertz had a memorable debut with the Cardinals on Sunday. Ertz caught a 47-yard touchdown from Kyler Murray in the 31-5 win and that made him the first player in NFL history to catch touchdowns for two different teams in back-to-back weeks. Ertz scored for the Eagles on Thursday night in Week [more]

Kliff Kingsbury felt a “little disconnected” in return to Cardinals sideline

Kliff Kingsbury learned early on Sunday morning that he had the second negative COVID-19 test he needed to be allowed to coach the Cardinals in Sunday’s game against the Texans and he was on the sideline for the 31-5 win that moved his team to 7-0 on the season. It was hardly business as usual [more]

Kyler Murray insists he is OK after taking some big hits Sunday

Kyler Murray knows how to protect himself, rarely taking many big hits. The Texans, though, got some shots in on the quarterback, giving the Cardinals a scare early in the game. Murray was sacked four times and hit five other times in the pocket. In addition, he took a vicious blow from Maliek Collins, who [more]

Taylor Heinicke: I don’t want to get fined, but I feel like I was in the end zone

The Washington Football Team lost 24-10 to the Packers on Sunday, but the outcome might have been different had quarterback Taylor Heinicke been able to get into the end zone on two runs in the third quarter. Heinicke was ruled in the end zone at the end of a three-yard run, but a replay review [more]

Packers improve to 6-1 with win over Washington

The Packers are continuing to show that they’re one of the league’s elite teams. And Washington is continuing to show that last year’s playoff appearance was a fluke. Green Bay dominated today, with Aaron Rodgers spreading the ball around effectively and throwing touchdown passes to Davante Adams, Robert Tonyan and Allen Lazard. It was a [more]

Taylor Heinicke loses touchdown by diving head-first into the end zone

Before the 2018 season, we noted that a significant rule change wasn’t getting enough attention. That rule change will get plenty of attention today among Washington fans. The rule change is that a head-first dive is now treated the same way as a feet-first slide, and so a quarterback who dives into the end zone [more]

NFL Week Seven early inactives: Preston Smith out, Whitney Mercilus active for Packers

Every week we bring you all the inactives from the 1 p.m. ET games in one post, constantly updated with the latest information. Whitney Mercilus is set to make his Packers debut on Sunday. Mercilus signed with the Packers after being released by the Texans this week and he is in the team’s lineup for [more]

Aaron Rodgers had some comments this week about the reaction to his “I still own you!” moment

Last Sunday, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers scored a touchdown against the Bears. He spotted a fan in the stands giving him a pair of middle fingers, so he launched into his “I still own you!” rant. Everyone loved it, with the exception of former Bears center Olin Kreutz, a two-time face-puncher who said he wanted [more]

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