Tim Masthay

#8P,
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 200
Born:
College: Kentucky
Birth Place: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Draft: Undrafted
  • Packers' young RB group isn't demanding respect, yet
    Packers Wire

    Packers' young RB group isn't demanding respect, yet

    Don’t blame Doug Farrar. In his analysis of the 32 running back groups of the NFL, Farrar – the head of NFL 1000 for Bleacher Report – ranked the Green Bay Packers’ young, inexperienced group at No. 32, or dead last. He rightfully labeled Green Bay’s work at the position this offseason as a rebuild, while calling starter Ty Montgomery and five rookies “speculative talent.” Given the circumstances, the Packers will go into training camp in late July with the least respected – but also the most inexperienced and unknown – running back group in the NFL. And that’s just fine. Respect must be earned on Sundays, and the Packers’ young stable of backs can’t be treated like anything other than “speculative

  • Fox Sports ranks Packers' Lambeau Field as best NFL stadium
    Acme Packing Company

    Fox Sports ranks Packers' Lambeau Field as best NFL stadium

    Sports fans love to debate and rank players, championships, and anything else associated with their favorite teams. Stadiums certainly qualify, despite the subjectivity of every game-day experience. Fox Sports' Chris Chase entered these murky waters Monday, ranking the Green Bay Packers' home -- Lambeau Field -- as the best stadium in the entire NFL. The undisputed king of NFL stadiums. Lambeau has been hosting Packers games for 60 years, the longest for any NFL stadium (Soldier Field may be older, but the Bears inexplicably played at Wrigley Field for decades.) There have been enough renovations to make the stadium more than a historic relic (a la Fenway Park) and instead a living, breathing

  • Raiders WR Amari Cooper has been historic in first two seasons
    Raiders Wire

    Raiders WR Amari Cooper has been historic in first two seasons

    The Oakland Raiders selected wide receiver Amari Cooper with the fourth pick in the 2015 NFL draft, and it didn’t take long for Cooper to demonstrate it was the right move as amassed 72 receptions, 1,070 yards, and six receiving touchdowns in his rookie campaign. In a Week 15 matchup against the Green Bay Packers, Cooper eclipsed the 1,000-yard mark, making him the first Raiders receiver to accomplish the feat since Randy Moss donned the Silver and Black in 2005. Cooper would ultimately be rewarded for his stellar season with a trip to Hawaii via a roster spot in the 2015 NFL Pro Bowl. Building off of his prolific rookie campaign, Cooper would continue to frustrate NFL secondaries in his second