This is the September 28, 2012 news archive. View today's Packers rumors and news.
The Scab Who Blew The Seattle Touchdown Call Now Wants To Get Paid For Interviews
deadspin.com Updated Sep 28, 2012
You remember Lance Easley, yes? Side judge who signaled "touchdown, Seattle," overruling his colleague and singlehandedly becoming the biggest reason the lockout ended when it did. It's not often someone gets famous for being bad at his job, b…Share Tweet
When the Packers decided to part ways with safety Nick Collins this offseason, Collins wasn’t sure whether or not he would try to continue his career. It seems that his decision-making process has come to an end and that his choice is to no longer pursuShare Tweet
Jerry Richardson, Woody Johnson initially dug in after Monday night debacleprofootballtalk.com Sep 28, 2012After Monday night’s Seahawks-Packers game, the last play of which a surprising number of people (of course, “one” would be a surprising number of people) believe was called correctly, multiple NFL owners were inclined to keep fighting the locked-ouShare Tweet
Jimmy Graham thinks regular refs will help Saints offenseprofootballtalk.com Sep 28, 2012It’s not that they’ve been victimized by bad calls the way the Packers have, but Saints tight end Jimmy Graham said the return of regular officials should been a boon for his team. The 0-3 Saints need whatever help they can get at Lambeau Field SundayShare Tweet
How The Referee Deal Got Donedeadspin.com Sep 28, 2012Judy Battista of The New York Times has the most complete rundown of the negotiations that got the referees back on the field last night, and it becomes clear that the Packers-Seahawks debacle didn't get the deal done, but it did get it done faster.Share Tweet
NFL32OT: Vikings Heading In Right DirectionSep 28Episode 196: Suzy Kolber and Chris Mortensen discuss the Vikings' success this season. Herm Edwards breaks down how the Packers will improve after their loss to the Seahawks. The NFL32 crew discuss Josh Freeman and RGIII.
Matthews: 'We ended the lockout'Sep 28Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews joins "NFL Total Access" to talk about the play that ended the referee lockout and the team's upcoming matchup with the New Orleans Saints.
'Playbook': Saints vs. PackersSep 28Will Aaron Rodgers be able to lead his team to a victory after a tough loss on Monday? Our analysts discuss Rodgers impressive record after a road loss, as well as the breakdown in the Saints' defensive communication.
Green Bay Packers picking up intensity going into Week 4Sep 28NFL Network's Albert Breer joins "Around the League" as the Green Bay Packers prepare to overcome Monday night's crushing loss with the hopes of a big win Sunday over the winless New Orleans Saints.