Jerry Kramer is on his way to the Hall of Fame.
Good morning and welcome to the Packers News Report. Happy Super Bowl Sunday.
Jerry Kramer is finally heading to the Hall of Fame.
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It’s about time. Pete Dougherty and Aaron Nagler wrote a great article for PackersNews.com about the news.
"“It has been a long road for Kramer to get to the Hall. He was a modern-era finalist (i.e., among the final 15 candidates) nine times in the 14-year period from 1974 through ’87 but never was voted in. Modern-era players and coaches have been retired anywhere from five to 25 years.”"
The feeling Patriots and Eagles fans have this morning is something familiar to those in Green Bay. It’s also something Lions fans know nothing about. OK, that was an unfair shot at the Lions.
But if Aaron Rodgers is allowed to make public comments about his head coach, I can laugh at the Lions on occasion.
The Lombardi Ave staff have made their predictions for tonight’s showdown between New England and Philadelphia.
Hey, at least there will be one person representing the Packers on the field tonight.
Go Pack Go! Let’s dive into the Packers News Report.
Packers news and notes from around FanSided
Lombardi Ave make their Super Bowl picks [Lombardi Ave]
Who will win the big game: New England or Philadelphia? The Lombardi Ave writers have made their picks ahead of Super Bowl 52. Who do you think will win?
Defense ready to change under Mike Pettine [Lombardi Ave]
Check out S.M. Belekurov’s first article for Lombardi Ave. He takes an in-depth look at Green Bay’s defense, and changes we could see under new defensive coordinator Mike Pettine. While general manager Brian Gutekunst will look to add more talent on defense this offseason, Pettine could move some of the current players around.
Top 10 quarterbacks in Green Bay Packers history [Lombardi Ave]
Who are the top 10 quarterbacks in franchise history? Where should Aaron Rodgers rank on this list?
More Packers news and notes from around the internet
Cory’s Corner: Rodgers and McCarthy are missing fun [Cheesehead TV – Cory Jennerjohn]
Aaron Jones and Jamaal Williams appreciate Ty Montgomery’s help in the passing game [Acme Packing Company – Evan “Tex” Western]
Sam Shields is ready for a return to football [Packers Wire – Zach Kruse]
A look back at 5 top plays of the Packers season [PackersNews.com – Martin Hendricks]
We hope you enjoyed this edition of the Packers News Report.