Aaron Rodgers and Brett Favre made a much talked about (and awkward) public appearance together over the weekend. Now they’re talking about it. Here’s what they had to say.
ESPN analyst Merril Hoge is partially brain dead. How did we know? He just tried to tell us the Ravens’ Joe Flacco is the best quarterback in the NFL. Even better than Aaron Rodgers.
A Pixar animator has produced a series of drawings of various NFL match ups, including two that basically summarize the Green Bay Packers 2012 season. Here they are.
The Detroit Lions have released the biggest screw-up in all of football, receiver Titus Young. Young’s list of stupidity can only rival Matt Millen’s in Lions’ history.
Will Ferrell did another commercial for Old Milwaukee. It aired during the Super Bowl, but only in three small markets. For your enjoyment, here’s the video.
We’ve already got odds on the 2014 Super Bowl and Vegas has the Green Bay Packers with the fourth-best chance of hoisting the Lombardi Trophy next season.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers got together with Brett Favre over the weekend. Here’s a gallery of Aaron Rodgers, man about town.
Greg Jennings will be leaving the Green Bay Packers when free agency begins. The Miami Dolphins seem to have emerged as Jennings’ top choice.
The NFL had a surprise for us at the NFL Honors. They sent out the Green Bay Packers past and present — Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers — together to present the comeback player of the year award.
It’s our final What to Watch For of the 2012 season and it’s for a game we couldn’t be less excited about — Super Bowl XLVII. Nonetheless, we soldiered on and you’re sure to love this one.
Green Bay Packers cornerback Casey Hayward was a shoo-in for defensive rookie of the year, right? Not really. He finished third in a stronger field than we anticipated.
02/02/2013 - 4:17 pm
Tags: Bill Parcells, Cris Carter, Curly Culp, Dave Robinson, Green Bay Packers, Jonathan Ogden, Larry Allen, Ray Nitschke, Vince Lombardi, Warren Sapp
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Former Green Bay Packers linebacker Dave Robinson will finally and rightfully take his place among the all-time greats as part of the Hall of Fame class of 2013.
Some people, including Donald Driver himself, were freaking out because people were reportedly selling the free tickets to his retirement event. Not so.
The Green Bay Packers are not the most-liked team in the NFL. Not surprisingly, the Dallas Cowboys are. Here’s the data and our crack analysis.
About to be former Green Bay Packers receiver Greg Jennings is in New Orleans at the Super Bowl looking for a new team. Or something like that. Here are the pics.
Green Bay Packers fans lined up around Lambeau Field and froze their asses off for tickets to Donald Driver’s retirement event. And some of them probably left unhappy.
Donald Driver said he knew the Green Bay Packers were moving on without him and retired to make it easy on the organization. That’s how you endear yourself to the faithful.
There’s lots of love for Donald Driver since he announced his retirement. Here’s a sampling of what his Green Bay Packers teammates had to say about him.
We’ve got video highlights of Donald Driver’s career with the Green Bay Packers. Here are some of Driver’s greatest hits.
Green Bay Packers receiver Donald Driver appeared on Mike and Mike this morning and talked about retiring. Here’s the video.