Packers roundup: Important to add a tight end this offseason

A roundup of the latest Green Bay Packers articles for Tuesday, Jan. 28.

Welcome to the Titletown Report.

It’s Super Bowl week. While we all wish the Green Bay Packers had made it one step further and would be playing in this game, it’s still set to be an entertaining game between two deserving teams to have made it this far. Will you be rooting for the Kansas City Chiefs or the San Francisco 49ers?

Does the NFC Championship Game have any impact on who you want to win? For me, I’m going with the Chiefs. Patrick Mahomes is the reason. He’s a superstar and will be one of the best QBs in the NFL for a very long time. But after what he’s already been able to achieve in his first two seasons as a starter, he deserves a Super Bowl ring.

Let’s begin the Titletown Report for Tuesday.

News and notes from around FanSided

Green Bay Packers offseason to-do List: Add a veteran TE (Dairyland Express – Paul Bretl)

Paul Bretl of Dairyland Express writes about the importance of signing a veteran tight end to pair with soon-to-be second-year Jace Sternberger this offseason.

2019 NFL Draft: Grading every first-round pick after rookie year (NFL Spin Zone – Gil Alcaraz IV)

Gil Alcaraz IV of NFL Spin Zone looks back at the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft and grades each selection. Green Bay made two picks with edge rusher Rashan Gary at No. 12, and safety Darnell Savage at No. 21.

More news and notes from around the internet

Packers GM Brian Gutekunst should let history be his guide with Bryan Bulaga (PackersNews.com – Pete Dougherty)

Mike McCarthy’s first coaching staff with Cowboys filled with former Packers (Packers Wire – Zach Kruse)

Wondering who to root for in the Super Bowl? Here are some pointers (Cheesehead TV – Tim Backes)

Packers should find plenty of good WR values late in first round of 2020 NFL Draft (Acme Packing Company – Shawn Wagner)

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We hope you enjoyed this edition of the Titletown Report.

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