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Posts Tagged ‘Super Bowl XLV.’

Packers longtime WR Donald Driver announces retirement at age 38

Donald Driver (photo by Mike Morbeck via wikipedia commons)

The Lambeau Field faithful won’t see their favorite wide receiver around anymore.

#80 Donald Driver, the Green Bay Packers all-time receiving leader in catches and yardage, has announced his retirement after 14 seasons. He played for the Packers from 1999-2012.

Making the team as a seventh-round draft choice out of Alcorn State in 1999, Driver caught 743 passes for 10,137 yards.

Driver was a 4-time Pro Bowler and was a Super Bowl Champion (XLV).

 

Info compiled from NFL & Green Bay Packers

Free-agent Flynn leaves Packers to QB Seahawks

 

Matt flynn with Packers in 2011 (photo by Gabriel Cervantes via wikipedia commons)

Just like Aaron Rodgers and Matt Hasselbeck who were stuck behind Brett Favre in Green Bay, Matt Flynn has decided he didn’t want to be an NFL backup quarterbcak any longer.

The Seattle Seahawks have signed the former LSU star and hopes he becomes a long-tern franchise quarterback.

The Seahawks reached a contract agreement with Flynn on a three-year deal and rescued him from being a backup to Rodgers.

The 26-year-old has career stats of 9 touchdowns and 5 interceptions with 1,015 passing yards and a QB rating of 92.8.

Flynn earned a Super Bowl ring in Super Bowl XLV.

Contract details were not revealed, but information on facebook, twitter and the internet, reveal that the total is up to $24 million.

 

Info compiled from Seattle Seahawks & NFL news

Rodgers leads Green Bay to Super Bowl championship

Aaron Rodgers (file photo)

The Green Bay Packers just finished an improbable run on Sunday.

The team won every game in the playoffs away from the friendly confines of Lambeau Field. They took down Philadelphia, Atlanta, Chicago and the Pittsburgh Steelers,

Aaron Rodgers, the former understudy of Brett Favre, led the Packers to a 31-25 win in Super Bowl XLV in Arlington, Texas.

The Pack is Back, began to come alive again after the Super Bowl ended as Green Bay recaptured the Vince Lombardi Trophy, named for their legendary caoch who won the first two Super Bowls, for the first time since winning the NFL title game 14 years ago.

Rodgers was voted the game’s MVP.

The Packers ended the season at 14-6, the Steelers 14-5.

The Packers, the #6 seed in the NFC became the second team seeded with that number, to win a championship joining the 2005 Steelers as the other team to do so.

Rodgers threw for 304 yards and three touchdowns in building up a 21-3 lead on Pittsburgh and hanging on.

Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger wasn’t sharp in the game, throwing two interceptions, one being returned for a touchdown. He was 25 of 40 for 263 yards and two touchdowns.

compiled from NFL, Green Bay Packers & Pittsburgh Steelers news