The Green Bay Packers have two restricted free agents — linebacker Jamari Lattimore and safety M.D. Jennings. They may not tender either of them and that’s probably the right decision.
This has nothing to do with the Green Bay Packers or football, for that matter, but we thought you’d want to see it. It’s the 2014 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover.
James Jones is going to hit free agency. If he departs, there are plenty of other free agent options for the Green Bay Packers to replace him. Here’s a look at the leading candidate.
The Green Bay Packers have signed tight end Raymond Webber, who isn’t a tight end at all. But hey, the Packers will attempt to turn him into one. You can never have enough tight ends.
02/13/2014 - 1:33 pm
Tags: Green Bay Packers, Olympics, Sochi
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There are plenty of problems with Sochi Olympic games, but this guy is not one of them. Here’s the dude repping Wisconsin and the GBP with his cheesehead.
That must be a misprint, right? The Green Bay Packers? Players in free agency? According to an NFL Network report, the Packers will indeed participate with the rest of the NFL in free agency this year.
The New Orleans Saints released safety Roman Harper on Wednesday. The Green Bay Packers badly need a safety. So let’s make a love connection!
Matt Flynn is about to be a free agent, but he has at least one ally with the Green Bay Packers. Quarterbacks coach Alex Van Pelt wants to see Flynn return.
Former Chicago Bears general manager Jerry Angelo, the guy who traded for Jay Cutler, says Jay Cutler isn’t much of a quarterback. And then we laugh. Cutty!
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is living it up. Yesterday he went surfing with some pals. Here are a couple photos from the beach.
It’s the time of year when the Green Bay Packers begin to unceremoniously ax players. The first guy to go this year is backup offensive lineman Greg Van Roten.
Wisconsin Badgers great Jim Leonard would like to play for his home-state Green Bay Packers. That is, if they’re interested. We’ve heard worse ideas.
It’s time to start speculating about where free agents will land. How about San Francisco 49ers safety Donte Whitner with the Green Bay Packers?
The question was inevitable and the answer was what we expected. The Green Bay Packers would have no issue with Michael Sam or any other gay player, according to coach Mike McCarthy.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy is putting in some time on trying to fix the team’s defense. That supposedly will lead to a new “vision” in 2014.
Well, the Tony Gonzalez mystery has been solved. It wasn’t Morgan Burnett who told Gonzalez he wasn’t shit. It was Jarrett Bush, who did it. He also shut him down.
Michael Sam, who will be in the 2014 NFL Draft, will likely also be the first openly-gay NFL player. People are suggesting he’ll need to play in a place like Green Bay to succeed.
John Schneider is the Seattle Seahawks general manager, but he has a lot of ties to Green Bay. Speculation has begun that he’ll one day take over for Ted Thompson.
Everyone is reimagining NFL logos these days. So, here’s the heavy metal version of the Green Bay Packers logo, along with some of our other favorites.
Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy is making the media rounds mostly because no one else with the organization is. We’re going to tell you if he said anything interesting.