Dear Jordy, 

We will miss you!


Packers Fans

Check out wide receiver Jordy Nelson's best plays with the Green Bay Packers.

Jordy is moving to the Raiders for next season!

Awwww, Aaron is going to miss his bestie, Jordy.

Watch the discussion: the contract situation in the Green Bay Packers organization with wide receivers Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb.

Who is more likely to be cut? Randall Cobb or Jordy Nelson?
The Green Bay Packers take on the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 12 of NFL action.
Chris Boswell kicked a career-long 53-yard field goal as time expired to give the Steelers the victory.

Steelers 31

Packers 28
ramsfan4ever just scored 60 points in Scoreboard Freakout!
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers leaves the game early and Minnesota Vikings running back Jerick McKinnon totals nearly 100 yards and two touchdowns in a Vikings victory.

Vikings 23

Packers 10
The Green Bay Packers faced off against the Dallas Cowboys in Week 5 of the 2017 NFL season.
Aaron Rodgers threw a 12-yard touchdown pass to Davante Adams with 11 seconds remaining for the WIN!

Cowboys 31

Packers 35
Can't-Miss Play: Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson shakes off defenders after deep ball from quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

Watch the best plays from the Week 4 TNF matchup between the Chicago Bears and the Green Bay Packers.

Aaron Rodgers threw four touchdown passes, and the Packers converted three turnovers into scores. 

Bears 14

Packers 35
Check out the highlights from the Green Bay Packers matchup against the Washington Redskins in Preseason Week 2.
Aaron Rodgers made a surprise start and proved to be in great form.

Packers 21

Redskins 17
Jarvis, Fitz or Jordy

Who is your pick?  Tell us in the comments!
In Week 8 the Falcons took down the Packers at the Georgia Dome. Now the Packers return looking for Vengeance with a trip to Super Bowl 51 on the line. For Green Bay and Atlanta, it is Judgment Day!

Check out the top plays by Jarvis Landry, Tyreek Hill, Jordy Nelson, Ty Montgomery, Marvin Jones, Odell Beckham, and Marqise Lee- all from Week 15!
Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers throws a 60-yard bomb to wide receiver Jordy Nelson!
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson celebrates his touchdown catch during the first of the game against the Seattle Seahawks!
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson had 8 receptions for 118 yards and one touchdown in their Week 13 win over the Houston Texans!

Is Jordy Nelson on your Fantasy team this season?
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers finds wide receiver Jordy Nelson for a 13-yard gain!

Is Aaron Rodgers on your Fantasy team?
The one hand snag by Brandon Marshall, the 3-yard TD by Julio Jones, and the 32-yard TD catch by Michael Thomas against the 49ers!
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson out muscles Darius Butler for a touchdown.
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson pulls in a tough juggling catch on a pass from QB Aaron Rodgers for 21 yards.
Check out the 78-yard drive by C.J. Anderson, the amazing catch by Breshad Perriman, and the impressive throw from Aaron Rodgers to Jordy Nelson!
Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers finds Jordy Nelson for an awesome 6-yard touchdown!
Poll: Two Truths Revealed!
The two truths about Jordy Nelson were:

A. I've made one Super Bowl and one Pro Bowl appearance.

C. I played college football at Kansas State.

And the trick was:

B. I have a special refrigerator in my house for different kinds of Wisconsin cheeses.

Fact: Jordy Nelson appeared in one Pro Bowl (2014) but was an alternate other years.

Did we trick you? Let us know below and don't forget to check out next week's edition of Two Truths and a Trick Play.

Poll: Two Truths and a Trick Play!
Below are 3 statements about Jordy Nelson. Two are the truth and one is a trick.

Can you determine which are real and which one is fake? Good luck!

A. I've made one Super Bowl and one Pro Bowl appearance.

B. I have a special refrigerator in my house for different kinds of Wisconsin cheeses.

C. I played college football at Kansas State.

Check back Thursday at 2pm EST to see if your guess is correct!

Hey NFLRush Readers! I’m Kid Reporter John and this season I’ll be writing a series of columns breaking down the NFL action called Read Option.

I’ll tackle three main topics (the options) from around the league and occasionally add a check down option. With the Hall of Fame happening this past weekend, let’s get started!

X Option: Packers, Colts aiming to take back divisions in 2016

Favored to win their divisions, the Packers and Colts were off their game in 2015, losing the division title to Minnesota and Houston, respectively. Both teams have a chance to bounce back this year, thanks to the returns of several offensive playmakers. For Green Bay, the return of receiver Jordy Nelson should provide a huge boost to an offense that took a step back. Indianapolis get back Luck, their superstar quarterback, and with a rebuilt offensive line and loaded receiving corps, the Colts will be one of the best offenses in the NFL. Both Green Bay and Indianapolis will figure prominently into the playoff picture and maybe even the Super Bowl conversation.

Y Option: Hall of Fame inductees Brett Favre and Tony Dungy receive their moment in spotlight

The highlight of the Hall of Fame game is always the presentation of the Hall of Fame inductees, and this year was no different. On Sunday, Canton welcomed owner Eddie DeBartolo, coach Tony Dungy, quarterback Brett Favre, defensive lineman Kevin Greene, receiver Marvin Harrison, offensive lineman Orlando Pace, quarterback Kenny Stabler, and offensive lineman Dick Stanfel. The Colts and Packers are represented in that list, by Tony Dungy for Indianapolis and Brett Favre for Green Bay. Dungy and Favre represent the gold standard of a Hall of Fame inductee- difference makers on and off the field.

Based on statistics, it is easy to see why Brett Favre was a first-ballot selection. The longtime Packers legend hung up the cleats after racking up the most passing yards, passing touchdowns, and most consecutive games played of any player in NFL history. Favre was revered for his incredible talent, winning three MVP awards and leading the Packers to a Super Bowl victory, and his durability, playing for 20 seasons with 11 Pro Bowl selections and nine 30+ touchdown seasons.The football IQ of Brett Favre also one of his greatest strengths.

Tony Dungy is the only coach in this year’s Hall of Fame class after impressive tenures with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Indianapolis Colts. In 13 years of coaching, Dungy’s team reached the playoffs 11 times and his 2006 Colts team won Super Bowl XLI. But his impact extended far beyond on-field results. He was the first African-American head coach to win a Super Bowl and his assistants, including Mike Tomlin, Jim Caldwell, and Lovie Smith, have all coached their own teams to the Big Game. Dungy was also influential in the lives of his players, teaching them the values of family and character.

Z Option
One deserving player who didn’t make the Hall of Fame cut While eight players, coaches, and executives were honored on Sunday, one worthy player is missing from the festivities. That player is Kurt Warner, the former quarterback of the Rams, Giants, and Cardinals. Warner had the most miraculous journey to superstardom of any player, leaving a grocery store job to sign with the Rams as a third-string backup in 1999. Players out in the preseason gave Warner an opportunity to be the starting quarterback, and 16 wins and a couple months later, St. Louis won its first Super Bowl and Warner became a legend. The Northern Iowa product put up monster numbers, took home MVP awards, and was the main man in the Greatest Show on Turf, one of the best offenses ever. After a couple mediocre seasons with the Giants and Cardinals, Warner resurfaced in Arizona and reverted back to MVP form, helping the Cardinals reach their first Super Bowl and coming within inches of a Super Bowl victory. With three Super Bowl appearances, two MVP awards, and one incredible story, Warner’s career merits Hall of Fame honors.
-Kid Reporter John