A roundup of the latest Green Bay Packers articles for Wednesday, January 23.
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Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported on Tuesday that the Green Bay Packers have hired Milt Hendrickson to be part of the senior personnel department. Silverstein noted that Hendrickson will be working with general manager Brian Gutekunst at the Senior Bowl.
In the Packers News Report today: an offseason review of the offensive line, why Green Bay should exercise Kenny Clark’s fifth-year option, a closer look at the salary cap situation, and more.
Here’s a roundup of the latest articles from around the internet.
News and notes from around FanSided
Offseason review: Offensive line (Lombardi Ave)
A closer look at Green Bay’s offensive line at the start of the offseason. General manager Brian Gutekunst should add depth at just about every position on the line this offseason.
Green Bay should exercise Kenny Clark’s fifth-year option (Lombardi Ave)
Kenny Clark is one of the most important players on defense, and the team should exercise his fifth-year option this offseason to keep him in Green Bay for at least another two seasons.
A closer look at Green Bay’s salary cap entering offseason (Lombardi Ave)
Brian Gutekunst will have plenty of cap room to work with this offseason. Free agency will be key for the team to become a contender again next season.
More news and notes from around the internet
Matt LaFleur must rebuild coach-quarterback relationship with Aaron Rodgers (PackersNews.com – Pete Dougherty)
Packers continue youth movement on Matt LaFleur’s offensive staff (PackersWire – Zach Kruse)
Luke Getsy’s return unconventional, but significant for Aaron Rodgers, Packers (Cheesehead TV – Zachary Jacobson)
What does Matt LaFleur’s arrival mean for Aaron Rodgers’ third-down approach? (Acme Packing Company – Paul Noonan)
Marquez Valdes-Scantling: New offense puts Packers WRs on equal ground (ESPN – Rob Demovsky)
Packers receiver J’Mon Moore makes no excuses for his rookie year (Packers.com – Mike Spofford)
We hope you enjoyed this edition of the Packers News Report.