Pro Bowl fullback John Kuhn might be unsigned, but he remains front and center in this positional battleground. As it stands, this is Aaron Ripkowski’s job to lose. The only other fullback on the roster is Alstevis Squirewell, who was getting ready for his senior season on the defensive line at Newberry at this time last year.
The fullback position appears to be Aaron Ripkowski's to lose as the Green Bay Packers begin their OTAs.
John Kuhn joined 98 veterans on visits to several national memorials and Arlington National Cemetery.
Is the door open for John Kuhn's return to Green Bay? One report said no. We were told yes. Here are four reasons to believe the popular Pro Bowl fullback might be back with the team.
Valuable veteran fullback John Kuhn, who will turn 34 as the 2016 season kicks off, was selected to his third Pro Bowl last season. He scored two touchdowns and, at one point, started a career-best five consecutive games.
The Broncos may be cash-strapped,but here are some offensive free agents that could be on their radar once free agency begins next week.
Vikings safety Harrison Smith got to see the behind-the-scenes value of the Pro Bowl in Hawaii and thought it was “awesome” to see a fan wearing his jersey.
January 31, 2016
Eddie Lacy was called out by coach Mike McCarthy at the end of the season, but how does his season stack up in our context?
January 22, 2016