On Sunday, four Green Bay Packers took the field in Aloha Stadium. Although their squad, Team Rice, fell 49-27, most of them appeared to have a good time throughout most of the game.
However, there was one instance of a Packer being a little less than excited on Sunday evening. At one point, Seattle's Richard Sherman tried to drop Clay Matthews with a wrestling-inspired finishing move, and the Packers linebacker was having none of it.
Here at Acme Packing Company, we will be starting our position-by-position review of the Packers' 2015 roster today, which will start, as always, at the quarterback position. Keep an eye out over the next two weeks as we break down the roster and the upcoming free agent class player-by-player.
Aaron Rodgers' knee another possible factor in Packers' offensive struggles - ESPN
We will probably never know how much Rodgers' knee issues were affecting him over the second half of the season, but after saying he was "proud" to play all season long, it's not hard to extrapolate that it was a fairly significant issue.
Blandino believes catch rule 'in a good place right now' - NFL.com
The NFL's head of officiating does not expect the catch rule to change, despite assembling a committee to evaluate it and propose alterations.
Pro Bowl - Russell Wilson's star shines bright in win | JSOnline.com
Clay Matthews had the best statistical performance of the four Packers in attendance, as he racked up six tackles.
Clay Matthews treats Packers inside linebackers to Pro Bowl vacation - ESPN
Those four players weren't the only guys that took the field in Green Bay who were in Hawaii, as Matthews' entire position group joined him for a little vacation.
Carson Wentz among Senior Bowl risers | Pro Football Focus
Though edge rusher Noah Spence was one of the biggest standouts, keep an eye on South Carolina tight end Jerell Adams, who blocked surprisingly well for a man who weighed in under 250 pounds.
Chargers announce they will stay in San Diego for 2016 - NFL.com
However, they are still leaving open the possibility of moving to Los Angeles, and they must make their final decision by next January.