The Brett Favre documentary Last Day At Lambeau will premier at the Wisconsin Film Festival in April. Here’s your primer of what we’re sure will be the must-see film of the year.
The Green Bay Packers will reportedly bring in free agent left tackle Demetrius Bell. It’s a clear sign they’re not ready to hand the job over to last year’s starter, Marshall Newhouse.
The Green Bay Packers were awarded four compensatory picks in the 2012 NFL draft. Here’s a look at the additional picks and how it might affect the rest of their plan.
Green Bay Packers safety Nick Collins is progressing in his effort to return from spinal fusion surgery. He’s not cleared to play yet and if coach Mike McCarthy had his way, Collins never would be. Not exactly a good sign.
The Green Bay Packers new center, Jeff Saturday, says he signed with the team instead of joining former teammate Peyton Manning in Denver because the Packers wanted him more.
Remember Will Blackmon? He hasn’t had much success sticking with a team since tearing up his knee with the Green Bay Packers in 2009. It now looks like he’s ready to give up the NFL to become a model. We’re not kidding.
The Green Bay Packers brought in defensive end Anthony Hargrove for a visit on Friday. It continues a flurry of activity that’s caused us to ask: where has Ted Thompson gone? Here’s the book on Hargrove.
The Chicago Bears and general manager Phil Emery are conjuring up images of the disaster that was the Jerry Angelo era. Both the Matt Forte situation and Brandon Marshall trade prove the Bears are back to their idiotic ways, which we fully endorse.
03/23/2012 - 5:05 pm
Tags: Daniel Muir, Dave Tollefson, Erik Walden, Green Bay Packers, Howard Green, New York Giants, Oakland Raiders, Pat Lee, Seattle Seahawks, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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The Green Bay Packers have expressed interest in New York Giants defensive end Dave Tollefson, who’s expected for a visit next week. The team also signed defensive tackle Daniel Muir and lost cornerback Pat Lee.
The Green Bay Packers have signed a free agent and his name is Jeff Saturday. Saturday will replace departed center Scott Wells on the offensive line.
Sometimes you don’t show off your broad. Unless you’re Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, who shows off his broad all the time! Here’s Kristin Cavallari, fat!
A hard lesson was learned Thursday. Don’t ever put a bounty on anyone. The NFL brought down the hammer on the New Orleans Saints for having a bounty program and the consequences are harsh.
Even though the Green Bay Packers made a bid for Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow, he was traded to the New York Jets. Or, so we thought. There’s a snag in the trade. Here’s the rundown.
The Green Bay Packers interest in Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow is legitimate, but a trade is unlikely. Here’s the breakdown of why Tebow won’t end up in Green Bay.
The Green Bay Packers are really tearing up the free agent market, at least compared to most years. The team appears to have real interest in a second player this offseason. He’s linebacker Manny Lawson. Here’s his story.
The Green Bay Packers are one of several teams who have discussed trading for Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow. Here’s a look at how he’d fit in with the Packers and who else is interested.
Just when we thought cornerback Jarrett Bush was going to end up playing elsewhere next season, the Green Bay Packers stepped up and re-signed him. Here are the details.
Green Bay Packers cornerback Jarrett Bush is drawing considerable interest on the free agent market, making his return to the Packers seem unlikely. Here’s the breakdown, along with who might replace him.
The Green Bay Packers have actually scheduled a free agent visit. The team will bring in veteran center Jeff Saturday to possibly replace the departed Scott Wells.
Matt Flynn with get his chance to start with the Seattle Seahawks. Flynn signed a three-year deal with Seattle, who beat out Miami for the quarterback’s services.