Packers 2024-25 Season Thread

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It will be the NFC's turn to host the "17th game," so Green Bay will have nine home games in the regular season in 2024 and eight on the road. They break down as follows:

Home: Chicago, Detroit, Minnesota, Arizona, San Francisco, Houston, Indianapolis, New Orleans, Miami
Away: Chicago, Detroit, Minnesota, L.A. Rams, Seattle, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Philadelphia
Dates, kickoff times and broadcast networks for all games on the 2024 schedule will be announced in the spring.

All teams in the NFC North will face all the teams in both the NFC West and AFC South next season, two at home and two on the road from each division.
The home matchups with the Saints and Dolphins, as well as the road matchup with the Eagles, are determined based on those teams finishing in the same place in their respective divisions (second) as the Packers in the NFC North in 2023.

 
It will be the NFC's turn to host the "17th game," so Green Bay will have nine home games in the regular season in 2024 and eight on the road. They break down as follows:

Home: Chicago, Detroit, Minnesota, Arizona, San Francisco, Houston, Indianapolis, New Orleans, Miami
Away: Chicago, Detroit, Minnesota, L.A. Rams, Seattle, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Philadelphia
Dates, kickoff times and broadcast networks for all games on the 2024 schedule will be announced in the spring.

All teams in the NFC North will face all the teams in both the NFC West and AFC South next season, two at home and two on the road from each division.
The home matchups with the Saints and Dolphins, as well as the road matchup with the Eagles, are determined based on those teams finishing in the same place in their respective divisions (second) as the Packers in the NFC North in 2023.

You can bet ML already has that rematch with SF circled on the calendar in blood red ink, with DIE DIE DIE written all over it :p
 
Savage not keeping even if cheap he blows to many plays. Nixon and Dillon maybe but once again won't pay more then 2 million a year for either one.

Pretty much agree. Nixon and Dillon aren't worth much more than minimum. The only thing I'd say is that the safety room will be so empty with Johnson being the only one under contract that you might need to bring a couple back just so you have bodies. Savage and Owens might be the best candidates, but also at near minimum deals with minimal signing bonus. Along with those 3 I'd add a high draft pick, a late draft pick, and hopefully a quality free agent. Let them battle it out along with an UDFA or two. Keep the best five and cut bait on the rest with little to no CAP hit.
 
Going to be intersting with so many rookies and 2nd year players starting this year what kind of performance bonus some of these guys get. A guy like Wicks making near the rookie min might get a pretty big bonus.
 
So will by this week GB announce if there will be any staff changes or even say there will be no staff changes and everyone is expected to return?
 
So will by this week GB announce if there will be any staff changes or even say there will be no staff changes and everyone is expected to return?
I wouldn’t count on it any time this week. They usually take awhile..
 
I wouldn’t count on it any time this week. They usually take awhile..
Well if you ar moving on you can't drag feet you need to say good bye and move on to get the best guys. You wait you end up in another Barry situation were you are left holding the bag with only turd coaches left to hire.
 
Well if you ar moving on you can't drag feet you need to say good bye and move on to get the best guys. You wait you end up in another Barry situation were you are left holding the bag with only turd coaches left to hire.
The end of the year takes 3-4 days/they may make a move but they don't need to tell us right away. My guess is no news until Thursday at the earliest because Monday and Tuesday is exit interviews for players.
 
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