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Jeopardy contestant takes shot at Packers’ field goal on Aaron Rodgers’ first show

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers made his debut as guest host on Jeopardy today, and one contestant took the opportunity to address the way the Packers’ season came to an end. On Final Jeopardy, when the contestants write down their answers to the last clue, one contestant didn’t try to answer and instead referenced the ending [more]

Aaron Rodgers: My play last year may have thrown a wrench into some timelines

Aaron Rodgers repeated Monday what he said Friday about his future being out of his control. But the Packers quarterback went into more detail. The Packers invited speculation about Rodgers’ future when they traded up to draft Rodgers’ heir apparent, Jordan Love, in the first round a year ago. They have their starting quarterback on [more]

Aaron Rodgers: I’d love to be the full-time host of Jeopardy

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers‘ stint as the guest host of Jeopardy will air over the next two weeks and it won’t be his last time filling Alex Trebek’s shoes if he has his way. Rodgers made an appearance on The Pat McAfee Show Monday to promote his hosting gig on the show and answer a few [more]

Would Aaron Rodgers retire from football to host Jeopardy?

Aaron Rodgers is extremely smart. Aaron Rodgers is extremely self-aware. And Aaron Rodgers is extremely strategic. He would not have done a pre-airing victory lap regarding his two-week stint as a Jeopardy (I know there’s an exclamation point; I choose not to use it) guest host, touting the extent to which he crushed the assignment, if [more]

Aaron Rodgers: I don’t know that my future is in my hands

Aaron Rodgers won his third MVP award last season. That bought him a 17th season in Green Bay. But the Packers drafted Rodgers’ heir apparent, Jordan Love, in the first round in 2020, and they have their starting quarterback on a year-to-year arrangement. So who knows what Rodgers’ future is in Green Bay. Even Rodgers [more]

Packers sign Will Redmond

The Packers are bringing safety Will Redmond back for another season. Friday’s transaction wire brought word of Redmond’s return to Green Bay. The terms of the deal are unknown. Redmond has spent the last three seasons with Green Bay. He has appeared in 31 regular season games and has 65 tackles, a tackle for loss, [more]

The most prepared Jeopardy guest host? Who is Aaron Rodgers

If this football thing doesn’t work out for Aaron Rodgers, the Packers quarterback could have a fallback. He served as a “Jeopardy!” guest host for a two-week run, and Rodgers considers his performance a victory of sorts. The episodes were taped over two days in February, with the first episode airing in syndication Monday. Host [more]

Mark Murphy not talking about Aaron Rodgers’ contract

On Jan. 25, Packers CEO Mark Murphy answered Aaron Rodgers‘ comments suggesting uncertainty about his future clearly and concisely: “There’s no way in heck Aaron is not going to be on the Packers. He’s going to be the MVP of the league, might have had his best year ever. He’s our unquestioned leader, and we’re [more]

Packers-Chiefs, Cardinals-Browns among additions to 2021’s 17-game schedule

NFL owners have approved a 17-game schedule for the 2021 season and that means each team now has a new opponent on their schedule. The 17th game will be an inter-conference game each season and teams the conferences will alternate hosting duties. The AFC will host the games in 2021 and they will feature matchups [more]

Packers will re-sign Tyler Lancaster

Defensive lineman Tyler Lancaster wasn’t tendered as a restricted free agent by the Packers, but he and the team have found common ground on a new contract. Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports that Lancaster is re-signing with the team. Lancaster originally signed with the Packers as an undrafted free agent out of Northwestern in 2018 [more]

Morgan Burnett retires after 10 NFL seasons

Safety Morgan Burnett, who played eight of his 10 NFL seasons in Green Bay, announced his retirement Monday. “After 10 years in the NFL, I have decided to retire,” Burnett wrote, in part, on Instagram. “Ups and downs, wins and loses, I’m grateful for every moment and thankful for every opportunity I got to step [more]

Jamaal Williams: The Lions have brought in great players with a lot to prove

With a new head coach and General Manager, Detroit is looking to establish some long-term success after three consecutive last-place finishes in the NFC North. Quarterback Jared Goff said during his introductory press conference that he doesn’t see the 2021 Lions as a rebuilding team. Recently signed running back Jamaal Williams, who spent his first [more]

Yes, the NFL will expand to 17 regular-season games this week

Maybe it’s just a slow news day. Whatever the case, a report from ESPN that the NFL’s owners are expected to add a 17th regular-season game this week is not news. Anyone who has been paying any attention to the NFL over the past few months knew that it wasn’t just “expected” to happen, but [more]

Bills hosting Tyler Ervin

The Bills are hosting return specialist Tyler Ervin on a free agent visit, Field Yates of ESPN reports. The team lost returner Andre Roberts to the Texans in free agency. Ervin, 27, joined the Packers on Dec. 2, 2019, off waivers from the Jaguars. He re-signed with Green Bay in the 2020 offseason. In 12 [more]

Aaron Jones feels he hasn’t “scratched the surface” of his prime years

Aaron Jones agreed to a four-year deal to remain with the Packers ahead of the start of free agency this month and he talked about having unfinished business during a Friday press conference. Jones fumbled on a hit by Buccaneers safety Jordan Whitehead in the third quarter of the NFC Championship Game and didn’t return [more]

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