The Green Bay Packers received two compensatory picks on Monday for last season’s net free agent losses. Clearly, this was Ted Thompson’s plan all along.
03/24/2014 - 11:00 am
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The Green Bay Packers said they’d change their playoff ticket policy after fans let them have it last season. Well, the NFL beat them to the punch today.
03/24/2014 - 8:10 am
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The NCAA tournament is down to the Sweet 16. We pick the best Green Bay Packers from each of the remaining 16 schools. How’s that for some March Madness?
The newest member of the Green Bay Packers, Julius Peppers, once played college basketball. It’s March Madness, so why not take a stroll down memory lane?
Mark Sanchez was released by the New York Jets on Friday. How about the Green Bay Packers as his next stop? Probably not what Sanchez had in mind, but makes some sense.
Go ahead and breathe a sigh of relief. Tackle Marshall Newhouse is no longer the Green Bay Packers’ problem. He’s signed with the Cincinnati Bengals.
Free agent tight end Jermichael Finley’s neck injury hasn’t quite healed like he expected. According to a report, Finley is at least two months away from being able to sign with an NFL team.
The Green Bay Packers have anointed James Starks as the clear-cut No. 2 guy behind Eddie Lacy. For good reason, but what does it mean for the other guys?
They’re real angry that Julius Peppers left the Chicago Bears and signed with the Green Bay Packers. At least this idiot is. Watch him burn his jersey.
Because of a moronic column with a slightly misleading headline, some people think Julius Peppers is no longer on the Green Bay Packers. Don’t worry. He is.
Charles Woodson just signed a new contract with the Oakland Raiders. He’ll play a 17th NFL season, making it pretty clear that he’s not washed up like the Green Bay Packers thought.
Some people still seem to not know who the Green Bay Packers starting left tackle is going to be in 2014. It’s going to be David Bakhtiari. Just ask David Bakhtiari.
The Green Bay Packers really gave receiver James Jones the old blow off, especially considering they could have easily re-signed him. Thanks, but no thanks.
There’s a rumor that the Green Bay Packers are interested in Devin Hester if his asking price drops. Does that make sense? Well, all kinds of it. Here’s why.
Defensive lineman Johnny Jolly has been medically cleared after having spinal fusion surgery. So the Green Bay Packers can go and re-sign him already, huh?
The Green Bay Packers sent defensive tackle B.J. Raji a pretty clear message with his contract. He’ll have to earn the right to be on the team this year.
The Green Bay Packers will have the services of running back James Starks for the next two seasons. Good news for the Packers. Bad news for a couple players.
Someone finally, mercifully gave receiver James Jones a new contract. That someone is the Oakland Raiders. Too bad they don’t have a quarterback to throw Jones the ball.
The Green Bay Packers have signed free agent defensive tackle Letroy Guion. That likely puts the final nail in the coffin that was Ryan Pickett’s career.
James Jones is getting zero respect on the free agent market. He’s even had to beg Carolina to sign him. We’re not sure why, but something’s amiss.