A.J. Hawk

Atlanta Falcons #54 - Linebacker

  • Born: 01/06/84
  • Age: 38
  • Height: 6'1"
  • Weight: 240
  • Seasons: 2006

Former Buccaneers corner talks about Brady’s greatness


Former Buccaneers corner and Brady teammate Aqib Talib sounded off on the uniqueness of what TB12 has done

Thursday Cheese Curds: Can Christian Kirksey finally solve inside linebacker woes?


Already familiar with Mike Pettine's defense, the veteran linebacker could prove to be a steal if he can remain healthy

Packers All-2010s Team: Punt return spot provides some debate among specialists

Randall Cobb stands head and shoulders above the rest of the Packers’ kickoff returners in the 2010s, but the punt return spot is more debatable.

APC’s Packers All-Decade defense boasts six unanimous picks and several what-ifs

The Packers’ top defense was tougher to pick than the offense for the past decade, with some difficult decisions coming in the secondary.

Packers should target former Browns LB Christian Kirksey in free agency

The playmaking Kirksey missed most of the last two years with injuries, but he would be a potential high-reward signing who could fit nicely in Green Bay.

2020 NFL Free Agency: 6 players the Jaguars could target


The legal tampering period for NFL free agency is only a week away, will the Jaguars be active, and who should they target?

Isaiah Simmons may be the best available player for any team

At the NFL Scouting Combine last week, LA Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn emphasized that the team would be taking a “best player available” approach at the draft this year, including with the...

Packers 2019 roster grades: Blake Martinez couldn’t carry the inside linebackers

While the pending free agent was his usual solid if unspectacular self despite a broken hand, the other inside linebackers left a lot to be desired

Packers GM Brian Gutekunst appears focused on linebacker & offensive weapons in 2020

It was easy to see that the Packers needed to improve the talent pool at these positions, and the GM acknowledged as much in his Friday press conference.

How can Chase Young win the Heisman Trophy?


Defensive players hardly ever build a legitimate case for the Heisman, but the Predator could have quite a compelling argument.

Thursday Cheese Curds: LaFleur has created cultural change in GB amid Rodgers’ return to form

The Packers’ new head coach and quarterback were always going to be the biggest keys to turning the franchise around, and for now they are delivering tremendous results.

Cheese Curds, 9/26: Robert Tonyan’s Opportunity Has Arrived


Feel the rhythm, feel the rhyme, out of necessity it should be Tonyan Time