Green Bay Packernation was rocked this afternoon when news leaked out that Packers General Manager Ted Thompson has been outsourcing his draft decisions to India-based virtual assistant website Brickwork. The story broke when an email message from Ted Thompson to
The Packers picked up some good players in rounds 1-4, can they finish with a late-round gem? Find out here on The Cheese Newswires true mock draft.
Josh Norman saw his franchise tag rescinded as he wouldn’t budge on his asking price of 16 million a year. With a whole single season of good football under his belt, it makes sense that he stood pat. But Norman
Residents of Detroit will soon be able to watch Matthew Stafford or Reggie Bush frolicking around in the backyard with their household pets. A new Detroit city ordinance allows fans to keep Detroit Lions as pets.
The new L.A. Rams have traded away the teams future for a chance to pick their quarterback of the future. In a shocking development this morning, it was announced that the Rams traded into the first overall slot in the 2016 draft,
Boston Word came out this week that a group of Patriots fans are suing the NFL over the punishment for under-inflated balls, but a new twist has been added to the ongoing saga. According to sources, a group of fans of
5.El Nino Spanish for “The Nino”, El Nino definitely has the mass to improve the weak front that is the Bears’ offensive line. Though subdued by Ric Flair on national TV, that was by a sleeper hold and everybody knows…those
Green Bay Eliot Wolf has taken advantage of a little known clause in his new contract as director of player personnel to trade Ted Thompson to the New York Jets for a conditional draft pick. The move is the most
Johnny Manziel will be looking for a new football home, but perhaps he doesn’t know it yet. Just today, news came out that the Browns had waived the former first round pick, and Manziel’s response was to simply…wave back. Manziel’s
Green Bay The Green Bay Packers today announced that they have hired song-writer and percussionist Neil Peart as a consultant to help the offense find its rhythm. Peart, long-time drummer for the band Rush, was brought in to take the offense