Author: Wendell Ferreira

Wendell Ferreira covers the Green Bay Packers for Wisconsin Sports Heroics, Zone Coverage, and Cheesehead TV. He is a Brazilian journalist with over a decade of experience covering the NFL, soccer, NBA, and MMA.

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The Green Bay Packers are 3-4 in the 2022 NFL season. The underwhelming performance by the team so far has created a scenario where it’s possible for the team to be sellers, and not buyers, at the trade deadline next Tuesday. And if that’s the way general manager Brian Gutekunst decides to operate, he may opt to move away players who won’t probably be part of the future — or players that won’t play long enough to still be effective pieces of the roster when the rebuilding is complete. Those considerations make left tackle David Bakhtiari a tradable piece. But…

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The Green Bay Packers are coming from two consecutive losses to the New York Giants and New York Jets, in London and in Wisconsin. Now, as they move to face the Washington Commanders and then a series of difficult games against Buffalo Bills, Detroit Lions, Dallas Cowboys, Tennessee Titans, and Philadelphia Eagles, it’s fair to expect that reinforcements will be needed in order for them to perform better. At this point of the season, though, it’s hard to acquire impactful players. Nonetheless, practice squad rules adapted because of covid are now permanent, so teams can add veteran playeNFL frers to…

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D.J. Moore

The Green Bay Packers have reportedly been in multiple trade conversations centered around veteran wide receivers. Most trades in the NFL happen when teams in different situations have complementary needs, so it becomes realistic to make a deal. That might be the case regarding 25-year-old receiver DJ Moore. On Monday, the Panthers were the first team to fire its head coach this season — Matt Rhule was relieved of his duties, alongside defensive coordinator Phil Snow and special teams coordinator Ed Foley. And, because of several of questionable moves, the Panthers have only nine picks in the next two drafts.…

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Brian Gutekunst is the GM of the Packers since 2018

The main job of an NFL general manager is to build a perennial contender. And that’s exactly what Brian Gutekunst has done since taking over in 2018. After a fast retool in his first year, the GM has frequently put strong rosters together, and that allowed the Green Bay Packers to have a bye in the first round of the playoffs in each of the past three seasons, including two trips to the NFC Championship Game. However, another aspect of being a good GM is the ability to understand the moment of the team and how to maximize windows. That…

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