A roundup of the latest Green Bay Packers articles for Wednesday, Feb. 12.
Welcome to the Titletown Report.
Davon House announced his retirement yesterday and retired as a member of the Green Bay Packers.
Congratulations to House on an eight-year career in the NFL, including six seasons in Green Bay.
News and notes from around FanSided
Physicality and offensive weaponry should be offseason focus (Lombardi Ave)
Lombardi Ave’s Nile McNair writes about why Green Bay needs to add more physicality on defense while surrounding Aaron Rodgers with more receiving talent this offseason.
Five breakout candidates for 2020 season (Lombardi Ave)
The 2020 season is a big one for Green Bay, and they will need to take another big step forward to have a realistic chance of winning the Super Bowl. With that in mind, I wrote about five players who could have breakout seasons.
It’s time for more Rashan Gary in 2020 (Dairyland Express – Paul Bretl)
Paul Bretl of Dairyland Express writes about why Rashan Gary will need to be given more playing time in his second season.
2020 NFL Mock Draft: Dolphins, Panthers trade up in three-round projection (NFL Spin Zone – Cody Williams)
In Cody Williams’ latest NFL three-round mock draft for NFL Spin Zone, Green Bay improves the offense on Days 1 and 2, while also addressing the biggest defensive need at inside linebacker.
Can Aaron Rodgers really play until he’s 46? (FanSided – John Buhler)
Za’Darius Smith believes Aaron Rodgers can play until he’s 46, but FanSided’s John Buhler looks at how realistic that really is.
More news and notes from around the internet
Davon House wouldn’t trade his time with Packers for anything (Packers.com – Wes Hodkiewicz)
What Packers could gain (hint: salary-cap space) before free agency (ESPN – Rob Demovsky)
No question where Packers’ defense needs biggest improvement (PackersNews.com – Ryan Wood)
Cory’s Corner: It’s time to move on from Martinez (Cheesehead TV – Cory Jennerjohn)
Packers have easy decisions to make on exclusive rights free agents (Packers Wire – Zach Kruse)
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