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You order room-service on the in-room bedside tablet; there are ground-floor suites with terraces and grills and fire pits, less than yards from admission gates to Lambeau Field. I hope the Packers thank their lucky stars for Aaron Rodgers.
Much more about Rodgers and the Packers, and the pressure that lies on them, in a few moments. The quarterback America loves to loathe walked out of retirement and into an impossible dream. Jay Cutler has to find a way to beat New England. Cutler will fly to Miami this morning—he had a personal commitment Sunday night that he could not break—and take a physical he is certain to pass. His diet and lifestyle have changed significantly from his early days in Denver.
This is a pretty logical deal. The Dolphins told Cutler either late Thursday or early Friday that they wanted him to replace Ryan Tannehill, who suffered a likely season-ending knee injury at practice Thursday. This came out of the blue. So he needed time to process it. Said someone who knows Cutler on Sunday night: But when [Miami coach] Adam Gase called, that was his number one guy. In Chicago in , under offensive coordinator Gase, Cutler had his highest rating as an NFL passer Gase makes his quarterbacks play disciplined football, and makes them explain on Monday why they made a dumb read on a certain play on Sunday.
Chicago was a 44 percent run team in with Cutler, and with better receivers last year in Miami, Gase called runs on 48 percent of the snaps over the last 11 weeks. As long as Jay Ajayi is healthy, and with center Mike Pouncey back from injury, Cutler can count on Gase not putting the whole load on his shoulders.
So two questions persist: And why not Colin Kaepernick ahead of Cutler? On the first question, Cutler does not have a more passionate ally in the NFL right now than Gase. Three months ago, after Cutler signed a deal to do the FOX games, Gase was asked in a press conference if he thought Cutler would do well on TV.
I think a lot of things that have been said about him in the past have really been [BS]. This story, really, is more similar to the Vikings last year than the Jets nine years ago. Here, Miami traded nothing, and is obligated for one year only. Our Albert Breer wrote about the future of Tannehill and Miami , and how Tannehill cannot see his roster spot in Miami as a lock anymore. So Gase gets a quarterback who has had some great days in the NFL—just not enough of them.
He gets Cutler, presumably at his most disciplined self. And the Dolphins get a chance, the way Minnesota had one last year. The Vikings with Bradford, by the way, went last year, averaging a paltry If Cutler and the Dolphins go , Gase, and all of the Miami organization, will be bitterly disappointed.
More on my camp tour now—on stops in Seattle, San Francisco, Minnesota and Green Bay. Great quarterbacks give you a chance every year. Great quarterbacks may not win the Big One, but they allow your team, whatever its foibles, to play into January annually.
With hope and a good chance and 11 or 12 wins every year comes people flooding into your stadium and your city and your hotels, enjoying your new bells and whistles. Green Bay has five, seven, eight more years of Rodgers-related goodness, if I read it right. Maybe eight more years to build the franchise to record levels of prosperity.
So … you come to Green Bay, to all this tradition and all the newness, and you see the excitement for another season. And you feel the pressure to win it all, to be the Patriots of the NFC. New England, actually, currently is on the same streak as us, making the playoff for eight straight years.
That's tough to do, especially with the parity of this league and how they pair up division champions each year to play each other in the same conference. We've sustained success, we just haven't sustained it on the top level.
We haven't won more than one Super Bowl. So that's how we look at it. We've got to get one of those at home, because we are tough to beat at home. I feel like this window is going to be open for a while. And in order for some of that stuff to go away, the outside noise, we're going to have to win another Super Bowl. It would be disappointing if we were only able to win one in my time here. Hopefully we can get one of those done. Rodgers had a pretty peaceful offseason. He stayed off Page Six after his breakup with star Olivia Munn, and no one saw much of him … which is the way he likes it.
He went fly fishing in Montana for a week, and spent some time getting to know New York City—anonymously. I did a lot of stretching and yoga this offseason, which I have always felt has helped me to sustain my legs and my athleticism and just taking off in practice on some scrambles.
Yoga is just wonderful for me. I feel like I am moving as well as I did when I was 23 and I'm Stretching, for me, is amazing. Flexibility can add years to your life, and in our life, football, it adds years to your career. The way I want to play even when I am plus, I want to be moving around, and making plays outside the pocket like I still am, so I have to keep up with the yoga.
You're running around good! You weren't doing that when you were younger! Off the field, Rodgers seems more placid. In the Packer Pro Shop inside Lambeau Field on Friday afternoon, I saw a scrum of people around the replica team jerseys. The money was flowing. The crowd was eight-deep at the Rodgers rack. I just got so used to coming here for a decade and seeing the crowds flock to see the best back in team history.
Peterson, a cap casualty in the offseason, signed with the Saints. Peterson will walk into Minnesota on opening night with the Saints. Now I had a question for Griffen, in these days of milder training camps, that I was genuinely curious about. I thudded him up a few times, but never tackled him to the ground.
He was off limits. He was a golden child. Of more importance this season: After eight surgeries related to a detached retina in his right eye , Zimmer told me here: The doctor said there was less than 1 percent chance that it would detach again.
I have a contact lens now in my bad eye, my right eye. Without the contact, I can hardly see anything. With the contact, I can see kind of good. My other eye is really good. The doctor is only concerned if something happens to my left eye. Depth perception, close up work, is hard, but people in all walks of life do it all the time.
Two skirmishes at practice. One carried over, with coach Pete Carroll banning hothead defensive end Frank Clark for a day of practice when he slugged offensive lineman Germain Ifedi later in the week. Sherman, according to Wickersham, also boiled over one day in practice after the Super Bowl loss, cursing at Wilson. But with the decibel level so high at practice, the only thing you can hear other than the music is … well, nothing. You cannot hear a thing out here. But we have to be really smart too.
And skirmishes are going to happen at training camp. I get that Carroll likes a feisty practice. How can a Frank Clark or a Thomas Rawls, two young guys trying to earn their spurs, control themselves when the tenor of practice gets so hot? But there is no team in the NFL with a tougher road slate early than Seattle. In the first six games, Seattle plays at Green Bay, at Tennessee, at Oakland, and at the Giants. So this is a big year for this franchise.
His zero-TD, four-interception nightmare in the loss to Kansas City it was over after 22 minutes was just that. You felt sorry for Hoyer, he was so awful. Five straight first-half drives ended: The Texans, desperate to move on from Hoyer in , vastly overpaid for Brock Osweiler, and you know how that turned out. Hoyer landed in Chicago to back up Jay Cutler, and he was actually pretty good in the six games he played: Among quarterbacks who threw at least passes last year Hoyer threw exactly , he was seventh in the league with a Hoyer is the likely starter, with Matt Barkley the backup.
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