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Packers Unscripted

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On "Packers Unscripted," Mike Spofford and Wes Hodkiewicz analyze all the latest news on the Green Bay Packers. Produced by the Green Bay Packers.
534 Episodes
Mike and Wes share their biggest takeaways from minicamp (:30), including rookie LB Edgerrin Cooper’s impressive start (5:25), WR Romeo Doubs’ consistent level of performance (8:45), the upcoming battle at starting cornerback (13:08), and what might be the biggest stories when training camp begins (19:23).See for privacy information.
Mike and Wes review the 2024 offseason, including the most surprising news (8:55) and examining which player will make the largest second-year jump this upcoming season (12:37). They also discuss what the biggest question mark for the Packers will be (23:47).See for privacy information.
Mike and Wes take a closer look at the kicking competition (:32) and discuss WR Bo Melton’s contributions (11:46) as well as the state of the offense’s receiving corps as a whole (15:57).See for privacy information.
Mike and Wes discuss the latest from OTAs, including extensive updates on CB Eric Stokes (:35) and CB Jaire Alexander (8:48) as they look to put last year behind them. They also look at RB Josh Jacobs’ motivations (17:27) and the announcement that the first training camp practice and shareholders meeting will take place on the same day (25:56).See for privacy information.
Mike and Wes review what they saw at the first open OTA, beginning with the vibe on the team (2:33), where the rookies are lining up (6:39), and a health update on LB Kingsley Enagbare (10:38), RB Josh Jacobs (13:32), plus TE Tucker Kraft and OL Zach Tom, and the shuffling on the O-line as a result of Tom’s injury (17:37). They also discuss the news of upcoming joint practices in training camp with the Broncos and Ravens (23:34).See for privacy information.
Mike and Wes discuss what to look for ahead of OTA practices (:20), the competition expected at linebacker and safety (2:52) and how Josh Jacobs can be used as a pass catcher (8:20). They also discuss the three kickers on the roster (15:19) and MarShawn Lloyd’s path to becoming a Green Bay Packer (20:56).See for privacy information.
Mike and Wes break down the Packers’ 2024 schedule, which includes back-to-back Thursday night games (5:30) as the start of four consecutive primetime contests (7:35). They also choose an under-the-radar key game (11:57) and consider the timing of certain matchups (18:36).See for privacy information.
Mike and Wes discuss some longtime connections among the Packers’ defensive coaches, including Ryan Downard to Jeff Hafley (5:17), and Derrick Ansley to some of the players he’s now coaching (13:42). They also discuss the defensive play style being implemented (9:05) and look ahead to this week’s NFL schedule release (23:00).See for privacy information.
Mike and Wes discuss what they’ve heard from various assistant coaches, beginning with QB coach Tom Clements’ comments on the offense (:19), how offensive coordinator Adam Stenavich sees the playbook-building process (7:40), and the status of the WR room from passing game coordinator Jason Vrable (13:53). They also take a brief look at the rest of the offseason schedule (22:09).See for privacy information.
Mike and Wes share their observations from rookie minicamp, including their initial impressions of LB Edgerrin Cooper (2:29), safeties Evan Williams (7:53) and Javon Bullard (10:44), first-round pick Jordan Morgan and the outlook on the offensive line (12:59), CB Kalen King (20:30), and RB MarShawn Lloyd (23:45).See for privacy information.
Mike and Wes take another look at some items of interest with the Packers’ latest draft class (2:13) before diving into an NFC North review (5:37), particularly the Vikings QB situation (12:14). They also review what the Falcons did at QB (17:29) and look ahead to the rookie minicamp this weekend (26:13).See for privacy information.
Mike and Wes review the 2024 draft class, beginning with their first impressions and the first-round selection of Jordan Morgan (1:00), the Day 2 haul (4:07), how the Packers value versatility and leadership (10:40) as well as the emphasis on the Senior Bowl (13:28), the Day 3 highlights (16:18), and their choices for the most intriguing pick (20:45).See for privacy information.
Mike and Wes preview the 2024 NFL Draft, discussing takeaways from GM Brian Gutekunst’s pre-draft news conference (3:16) and pondering questions such as how many picks the Packers will make (8:43), whether they’ll trade or pick at No. 25 in the first round (12:48), what positions might be addressed with multiple picks (19:54), and whether they draft another QB (24:32). Finally, they send longtime equipment manager Red Batty off into his well-deserved retirement (32:04).See for privacy information.
Mike and Wes look ahead to the 2024 NFL Draft and discuss the Packers’ stash of picks in the early rounds (1:04), the current status at the safety position (4:02), how GM Brian Gutekunst tries to avoid getting boxed in (7:02), targeting depth on the offensive line (14:52), and the intrigue surrounding other NFC North teams (20:15).See for privacy information.
The show returns for a ninth season as Mike and Wes review the offseason happenings in Green Bay, from the signings of Josh Jacobs and Xavier McKinney (4:54); to the hiring of new defensive coordinator Jeff Hafley (10:23), to other moves in free agency, including the re-signing of Keisean Nixon (15:57) ; to the pending kicking competition (19:30) and new contract for QB Jordan Love (21:34); to opening the 2024 season in Brazil vs. the Eagles (25:30).See for privacy information.
Mike and Wes review the playoff loss to the 49ers, discussing the missed opportunities (2:53, 9:49) in the game, the play of QB Jordan Love (4:49) and the takeaways from Matt LaFleur’s final press conference (13:10). They also look at the bigger picture regarding the team’s progress (16:32), its culture and leadership (20:01), the pleasant surprises from the season (23:00), and the biggest hopes for improvement in ’24 (29:55). Finally, they examine what remains of the NFL playoff picture (36:44).See for privacy information.
Mike and Wes preview the NFC Divisional playoff matchup at San Francisco, looking at the 49ers’ regular season (3:37) and balanced offense (6:50), as well as their sack- and turnover-generating defense (9:28) led by LB Fred Warner (13:06). They also discuss the Packers’ keys to victory on offense (17:37) and defense (22:15), the possible impact of the weather on the game (23:37) and the other playoff matchups this weekend (26:47).See for privacy information.
Mike and Wes review the playoff win over the Cowboys, including QB Jordan Love’s impressive postseason debut (1:37), RB Aaron Jones’ continued hot streak (3:52), and WR Romeo Doubs’ big day (7:03). They also discuss the defense’s key plays (12:39), look ahead briefly to San Francisco (22:18) and examine all the results on Wild Card weekend (25:48).See for privacy information.
Mike and Wes preview the playoff matchup with the Cowboys, looking at QB Dak Prescott and WR CeeDee Lamb leading an explosive offense (1:55), and LB Micah Parsons and CB DaRon Bland headlining a turnover-generating defense (7:58). They also share the Packers’ keys to victory (15:34) and preview the other wild-card matchups in both conferences (24:42).See for privacy information.
Mike and Wes review the playoff-clinching victory over the Bears, including QB Jordan Love’s performance in a big game (2:02), RB Aaron Jones’ third straight 100-yard outing (5:30), and the defense rising to the occasion, particularly against the run (12:13). They also examine the playoff picture heading into wild-card weekend (17:50).See for privacy information.
Comments (4)

Darryle Yeater

you guys are awesome! Go Pack Go

Jul 30th
Reply (1)

Ryan Helgerson

uhhhhhhhhh what?

Apr 14th

Ryan Helgerson

missed you guys!

Feb 11th