Rob Demovsky: Browns Putting Together One Of The Best Scouting Departments In The NFLESPN's Rob Demovsky talks about John Dorsey's front office additions in Eliot Wolf and Alonzo Highsmith, Dorsey's makeup, and more.
Aaron Nagler: The Only Reason Eliot Wolf Has Been Past Over For The Packers GM Job Is His AgeAaron Nagler of joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima to talk about the Browns additions of Eliot Wolf and Alonzo Highsmith.
Report: Packers To Name Former Browns Head Coach Mike Pettine Defensive CoordinatorPettine went 10-22 in 2 seasons as head coach of the Browns, including a 7-9 finish in 2014 that ranks as the third best finish to a season since the franchise returned in 1999. The Browns have won 1 game in 2 years since Pettine was fired under Hue Jackson.
Andrew Brandt: I Know A Lot Of Agents That Have Respect For John Dorsey And That Will Serve The Browns WellFormer Packers vice president Andrew Brandt of Sports Illustrated/TheMMQB joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima to talk about new Browns GM John Dorsey.
Jim Donovan: The Browns Beat Themselves Yesterday Against The PackersThe voice of the Cleveland Browns, Jim Donovan, joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima to recap Browns vs. Packers.
Packers LB Jake Ryan: "I'm Stoked, I've Been Pumped For Awhile" To Face Hometown BrownsJake Ryan talks about facing the hometown Browns on Sunday, the Packers' frame of mind coming into this game with playoff hopes still alive.
Keidel: Surging Steelers Still Lucky To Not Face RodgersThe Pittsburgh Steelers and their fans have to be ecstatic to face a Green Bay Packers team without Aaron Rodgers.
CBS Sports' Nate Burleson On Week 11 Ravens-Packers Matchup, MoreTHE NFL TODAY analyst Nate Burleson gives his input on the Week 11 matchup between the Baltimore Ravens and Green Bay Packers, and more.
RJ Bell Of Previews NFL Week 7 With Bull & FoxRJ Bell talks about the Browns against the spread this season, Aaron Rodgers' value to the Packers, Ravens-Vikings and USC-Notre Dame.
Keidel: Packers Can't Overcome Aaron Rodgers InjuryAaron Rodgers was injured on a hard, clean tackle, possibly ending his season the Green Bay Packers' playoff hopes.
Packers: Rodgers Could Miss Rest Of Season With CollarboneGreen Bay Packers star quarterback Aaron Rodgers could miss the remainder of the season with a broken collarbone. Rodgers left the game against Minnesota in the first quarter on Sunday, and the Packers announced at halftime that his season is in jeopardy after the injury was diagnosed. "There is a chance he could miss the remainder of the season," the Packers tweeted. It's a crushing blow to a team that entered the season with Super Bowl aspirations, optimism based primarily on the right arm of Rodgers. Despite several key injuries to the secondary, the Packers entered the game Sunday against their NFC North rivals at 4-1 after Rodgers engineered a game-winning touchdown drive to beat the Dallas Cowboys last week.