Jeff Janis

Cleveland Browns #13 - Wide Receiver

  • Born: 06/24/91
  • Age: 30
  • Height: 6'3"
  • Weight: 219
  • Seasons: 2014

Aaron Rodgers deserved better, then and now

Aaron Rodgers has made a career of being let down by his teammates in the playoffs.

Tuesday Cheese Curds: Davante Adams is and has been hilariously good

The latest in a long line of great Packers receivers, Adams is on a historic pace right now.

After the big three, which wide receivers should make the Cowboys roster?


The first three are set, but then what?

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.

Packers, Assemble! Putting together the perfect Packers Avengers team


APC writers teamed up to determine which Packers players lined up with characters from the Avengers

Packers’ past NFL Draft picks in 2020 slots include Robert Brooks & Marco Rivera

Ron Wolf found some great value in the sixth round of the 1996 draft. Can Brian Gutekunst do so at pick #208 again?

How recent Packers NFL Draft approaches project to the 2020 wide receiver class

Whether it was Ted Thompson or Brian Gutekunst, Green Bay’s front office tackles problem areas aggressively in the draft. In such a deep class at receiver, Gutey has many viable approaches to...

A Packers Festivus: The Airing of Grievances


There are a lot of problems with this team and now you’re going to hear about it!

Tuesday Curds: Janis is in the tire business; what is Alexander’s ceiling in 2019?

One former Packer reconnected with an old teammate this week while a budding star could go full supernova this fall.

Carson No Average Johnny


The Arizona Cardinals made a surprise announcement yesterday in selecting QB Carson Palmer as its 18th inductee into the Ring of Honor. This announcement came just a little over a year since Carson...

A Packers trade for Antonio Brown is unlikely, but could make sense depending on price


There’s no question adding Antonio Brown to the Green Bay offense would make it better and the finances make it appealing. But how much would they have to give up to get him?