Author: Brad_Schafer

This week, Aaron Rodgers practiced for the first time on a Wednesday since he broke the pinky toe on his left foot at the end of October. The Packers’ star quarterback recently offered a welcome update about his injury. He announced that he expects to be 100% in time for Green Bay’s playoff game. #12 added that he has not needed a pain-reducing injection in the toe “for a number of weeks now.” https://twitter.com/ByRyanWood/status/1481340498849710089 Rodgers Hasn’t Let His Injury Stop Him Aaron Rodgers’ toe has been a hot topic this season, albeit mostly for entertainment value. His play certainly has…

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NFL teams have until Saturday, January 8th at 3pm CST to restructure or extend a contract using the 2021 salary cap. The Green Bay Packers have around $3.1 million in cap space to work with in order to get a deal done. There are two strong candidates for contract extensions on the Packers’ roster right now: De’Vondre Campbell and Rasul Douglas. Both players have been key additions to a defense that has exceeded expectations this season. With only $3.1 million worth of wiggle room though, it is unlikely that both can be extended if the Packers decide to make a…

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Sibling rivalries are always interesting matchups. Equanimeous St. Brown and Amon-Ra St. Brown do bring uniqueness to their rivalry, however. Both brothers play in the NFC North. Equanimeous, the oldest of three, plays for the Packers. Amon-Ra, the youngest of the three, plays for the Detroit Lions. With one more game left to play in the regular season, the rivalry between Equanimeous (EQ) and Amon-Ra St. Brown already appears to be a heavily one-sided affair. As the two receivers head into their week 18 showdown at Ford Field, the St. Brown brothers’ careers seem to be headed in opposite directions.…

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