This is the February 24, 2013 news archive. View today's NFC North rumors and news.
NFC North News and Rumors
Cutting defensive back Charles Woodson fits perfectly with the Packers’ approach to the business of football. Using the franchise tag on receiver Greg Jennings doesn’t. But that’s what the Packers are considering doing, according to Ian Rapoport oUpvote Share Tweet
Programming note: Back to NFCN blog HQINDIANAPOLIS -- For media purposes, the NFL scouting combine is a wrap. Players will continue working out for the next few days, but interviews are complete and most team officials are returning to home base. I'm going to do the same, and barring late-b…Upvote Share Tweet
Gosder Cherilus reportedly went to Germany for knee therapyLions tackle Gosder Cherilus has reportedly taken a page from Kobe Bryant’s playbook as he gets ready for free agency. Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports that Cherilus went to Germany to receive treatment on his knee that has not been approvUpvote Share Tweet
Mulling Shea McClellin as a linebackerINDIANAPOLIS -- Here at the NFL scouting combine, we learned that new Chicago Bears coach Marc Trestman isn't a fan of providing offseason specifics about his plans for the roster. So when Trestman declined to say what position former first-round draft …Upvote Share TweetINDIANAPOLIS -- It's fair to assume the Minnesota Vikings will draft a wide receiver this year. Sunday, we learned at least one important fact about the pool they'll have to choose from: It has some elite speedsters. Two receivers -- West Virginia's Tav…Upvote Share TweetDuring his Saturday press conference, Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o said that every team he’s spoken to has asked him to explain his part in the girlfriend hoax that has become synonymous with his name. That includes the Texans, who, along with theUpvote Share TweetINDIANAPOLIS -- Arguably the top pass rusher in the 2013 draft spent more than eight hours Saturday getting poked, prodded, tugged, pulled and otherwise examined by a host of team doctors and medical officials. Meeting later with reporters, Georgia line…Upvote Share Tweet