Andy Brewer

#17WR,
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 215
Born:
College: Northwestern
Birth Place: Tulsa, Oklahoma
Draft: Undrafted
  • Martellus Bennett texts Aaron Rodgers emojis and GIFs in effort to be friends
    For The Win57 minutes ago

    Martellus Bennett texts Aaron Rodgers emojis and GIFs in effort to be friends

    Walking into a new locker room has often been compared to walking into a new high school, so it’s not surprising that players are eager to make friends — especially with the guy that can give them the ball. So from the Wisconsin State Journal comes this delightful anecdote about how Martellus Bennett is working to get to know Aaron Rodgers a bit better — with the help of emojis. From the Wisconsin State Journal (with a h/t to Pro Football Talk): “I send a lot of emojis and GIFs and stuff like that to him. Other than that, it’s just conversations,” Bennett explained following an organized team activity practice last week. “That’s pretty much it. I tell him things like, ‘I like chocolate chip cookies.

  • NFC North Roster Comparison
    Daily Norseman

    NFC North Roster Comparison

    As we move into the OTA and mini-camp season, let’s take an early look at the starting rosters among NFC North teams, which could still see a few changes as position battles in training camp play out, and yet are pretty well established overall. Overall Pro Football Focus (PFF) Grades Below is a comparison of PFF grades by position for every team in the NFC North. This is for nickel/3WR situations, which these days account for more snaps than base units. For each team there could be a few differences from what some are projecting, but for the most part these are not big differences. For example, perhaps a rookie will start instead of a below average or worse veteran after training camp battles

  • Packers WR Jordy Nelson ranked No. 48 on NFL Top 100
    Packers Wire

    Packers WR Jordy Nelson ranked No. 48 on NFL Top 100

    Receiver Jordy Nelson became the fourth member of the Green Bay Packers to land on the NFL’s Top 100 list for the 2016 season. Nelson was announced as No. 48 on Monday: Nelson joins defensive lineman Mike Daniels (No. 84), linebacker Clay Matthews (No. 82) and safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix (No. 77) on the annual list. The remaining 40 players on the list will be announced over the next several weeks. The NFL’s Comeback Player of the Year for 2016, Nelson rebounded from tearing his ACL and missing the entire 2015 season to catch 97 passes for 1,257 yards over 16 games in 2016. His 14 touchdown receptions led the NFL. Nelson was especially productive over the final eight games of last season, when he