BY MIKE VANDERMAUSE — Green Bay Press-Gazette Green Bay Packers tackle Bryan Bulaga normally is unflappable. But when the former Iowa Hawkeye suffered a season-ending knee injury barely a week into training camp at the Packers’ Family Night scrimmage on Aug. 3, it threw him for a loop. “It took probably a good month to […]
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BY PETE DOUGHERTY — Green Bay Press Gazette Former Iowa Hawkeye Bryan Bulaga sustained a season-ending knee injury at the Green Bay Packers’ Family Night scrimmage Saturday night, according to a report by ProFootballTalk.com. That leaves the Packers with two primary alternatives to replace him at the crucial left tackle position for the 2013 season. […]
By Pete Dougherty, Green Bay Press-Gazette This offseason the Green Bay Packers didn’t sign an unrestricted free agent on the offensive line or select a player at that position group until the fourth round of the NFL draft. Yet, coach Mike McCarthy is looking for measurably better play from his line via position changes. Namely, […]
Former Iowa cornerback Micah Hyde was out on the golf course Saturday afternoon when his phone started buzzing. The display showed a call from Green Bay, Wis. “My friends saw my phone ringing,” Hyde said. “They all started running up to the golf cart, yelling. They all just went crazy. “It was hard to hear […]
No matter what has been the result on the field for the Iowa football team recently, the Hawkeyes could always count on the NFL Draft. But Thursday night in the first round of the 2013 draft, the Hawkeyes ares almost certain to not hear any familiar names called. If so, it’ll be the first time […]
Iowa City, Ia. — If this isn’t rock bottom for the Iowa football team under coach Kirk Ferentz, name another moment. Iowa played a turnover-free game, committed just two penalties, recovered three fumbles — one for a touchdown — benefited repeatedly from opponent penalties and STILL lost to Purdue on Saturday. At home … … […]
Former Hawkeye Bryan Bulaga is seeing a lot of changes in the NFL, but Iowa City to Green Bay isn’t too big of a leap.
The Green Bay Packers rookie offensive lineman from Crystal Lake, Ill., earned a trip to the Super Bowl as his team stopped the Chicago Bears 21-14 Sunday at Soldier Field.
Are they the bullies that turned Kirk Cousins upside down and shook him for his lunch money? Or the stiffs who couldn’t tackle a bunch of woebegone Gophers? Which Iowa team shows up for the Insight Bowl in Tempe this evening? The gang that traded punches with Ohio State? Or the group that never seemed […]