Really! Could this or would this happen? Ndamukong Suh would sign with the Green Bay Packers?
Would or can Green Bay afford him? Would he play with Green Bay? Would Green Bay Player welcome him in?
LaVar Arrington: Green Bay is best team for Lions' Ndamukong Suh
NFL Network analyst LaVar Arrington said on Thursday that the Green Bay Packers are the team best suited for Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, according to Steve Schrader of the Detroit Free Press.
Suh's rookie contract expired earlier this month, and the fifth-year player will become an unrestricted free agent on March 10.
Suh, a Pro Bowler, wants a contract that will exceed the six-year, $100 million deal J.J. Watt of the Houston Texans signed in September last year, according to Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press.
Arrington said Thursday morning that Suh, ranked the No. 1 free agent by NFL.com, could be the missing piece for Green Bay's defensive line.
It seems there is a marketing nightmare building for the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame induction for Brett Favre on July 18th. It seems most or all the tickets for the event were given to sponsors, and other Packer VIP’s and not available to the public. Seems the fans were left out in the cold.
Brett Favre Packer Hall of Fame and # 4 retirement moving forward in 2015.
Brett Favre will return to Lambeau Field in 2015 to be inducted into the Green Bay Packers' Hall of Fame and to have his No. 4 jersey retired by the team.
"It was a tremendous honor to play 16 years for the Green Bay Packers," Favre said on his website. "Now to have my name placed among others such as Starr, Hornung, Kramer, Taylor, Lambeau, Nitschke, Lombardi, Davis, White and Hutson is a special honor that I share with all of my teammates and coaches, and that would not have been possible but for the foresight of Ron Wolf, the greatest GM In the history of the NFL."
For those who remember when Ron Wolf came to the Green Bay Packers, fans know full well how long they had to wait through the 70’s and 80’s for a winning football team. That wait was over twenty years but for the wait Mr. Wolf had to wait to be named to the NFL Hall Of Fame it was a second in time.
If you ate pizza on Super Bowl Sunday, you probably had Pizza Hut pizza.
Touchdown, Pizza Hut. The Yum Brands (YUM)-owned pizza chain eclipsed its sales record for its biggest digital sales day ever Sunday.
"By halftime, the world's largest pizza company surpassed last year's sales figure, ultimately surpassing well over $10 (million) in digital sales," Doug Terfehr, a spokesman for the chain, said in an email.
This year's Super Bowl marks Pizza Hut's first with its newly redesigned app and website. The chain has also heavily promoted its revamped menu that launched in November with trendy flavors like honey sriracha and more premium ingredients, like cherry peppers harvested from the Peruvian highlands.
Super Bowl’s Most Valuable Player Tom Brady helped win New England’s fourth Super Bowl Championship. No let us correct that. The Seattle Seahawk’s gave the game away When they tried a pass when they should of stuck with the running game.
Congrats to the New England Patriots.
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Ten years removed from his last Super Bowl win, Tom Brady wasn't letting this one slip away.
Sure, the brilliant Brady needed a huge play by an undrafted rookie to preserve New England's 28-24 Super Bowl victory over Seattle on Sunday night. But Brady's imprint was all over the Patriots' sensational fourth-quarter rally for their fourth NFL championship of the Brady-Bill Belichick era.
"You know, whatever it takes," the record-setting Brady said after throwing for four touchdowns, including a 3-yarder to Julian Edelman with 2:02 remaining as New England rallied from a 10-point deficit. "Every team has a journey and a lot of people lost faith in us ... but we held strong, we held together, and it's a great feeling."
The Patriots (15-4) had to survive a last-ditch drive by the Seahawks (14-5), who got to the 1, helped by a spectacular juggling catch by Jermaine Kearse. Then Malcolm Butler stepped in front of Ricardo Lockette to pick off Russell Wilson's pass and complete one of the wildest Super Bowl finishes.
If you are a Green Bay Packer fan, you know who Ron Wolf is. He was the man who ended the twenty plus year drought of winning seasons in the smallest but historic Green Bay Wisconsin.
The man who hired Mike Holmgren, Brought in Bret Favre and Reggie White, and as some say, the rest is history. But it’s not. The winning in Green Bay continues. Packer fans today have now lived through twenty plus years of winning seasons and many more to come. All from the start of the Ron Wolf era. Someone who now is well deserved to be named into the NFL Hall of Fame.
If anyone could win the NFL’s MVP award, we wouldn’t be discussing this. An MVP in the NFL is for someone who is valuable to a team success. An MVP helps their team find ways to win when odd may be against them. An MVP will play hurt and not give up when the team needs them most. Case in point, would the Green Bay Packers have made their playoff run without Aaron Rodgers? Could the team have been one loss away from the Super Bowl if someone else was calling the signals at Lambeau Field?
We say congratulations to Aaron Rodgers for being this years NFL MVP. His second MVP and many more to come.