Results tagged with 'defense'
Published Dec. 3, 2014
Celebrations last a day in the National Football League, and it's on to the next opponent. The Atlanta Falcons were mentioned several times in the immediate aftermath of the Green Bay Packers' 26-21 victory over the New England Patriots Sunday afternoon. What will be remembered is how a maligned Packers defense held firm, and the team can build off that.
Published Sept. 26, 2014
A year ago, Sean Richardson wasn't sure if he'd ever play football again. He was still recovering from a serious neck injury, and he wouldn't be cleared to resume play until the end of the year. Now, he's a key player on special teams and in the mix for reps at the safety position. We caught up with him for five questions.
Published Sept. 9, 2013
The Green Bay Packers lost their season opener, 34-28, to the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday afternoon in California. The defense couldn't contain 49ers wide receiver Anquan Boldin (13 catches) but will need to break down the film to identify why they broke down on the field.
Published Aug. 23, 2013
Most of the starters on the defensive side of the ball played the entire first half for the Green Bay Packers in their preseason contest against the Seattle Seahawks Friday night at Lambeau Field, and the much maligned unit held quarterback Russell Wilson to just three points and intercepted him twice.
Published Aug. 23, 2013
Reliving the "Fail Mary" may be what some are doing at Lambeau Field tonight as the Green Bay Packers host the Seattle Seahawks, but all eyes should be on the Packers secondary in the most important preseason game of the exhibition season.
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The supreme leader of fundamentalist Islamic Iran, the Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has confirmed the legitimacy of the election of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. He did so publicly at a prayer ceremony on Friday at Tehran University, symbolically...
Gen. Stanley McChrystal has been unanimously confirmed by the U.S. Senate as the new commander in Afghanistan, and has followed up immediately by granting media interviews. Both developments are very significant for reasons that reach b...
The USS Truxtun steamed into the port of Charleston near the end of April, and when the ship opened its gangplank for public tours, I couldn't resist stepping aboard. The Truxtun is the US Navy's newest ship. Built in a Pascagoula, Mississippi shipyard building naval ships since 1938, the USS Tru...
As the number of flu cases increase and the locations for the infection expand, the uniformed services must defend against the virus weakening its ranks. How exactly does the military prepare for a flu outbreak? What risk is the potential deadly new strain of flu to the men and women ...
The government of Iraq has just announced that the private security firm Blackwater will be banned from that country. The U.S. State Department has also declined to continue to employ the firm in that country.
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