The Green Bay Packers start OTAs this week and you can expect most of the guys to be in attendance. That’s because they’re getting paid a lot to show up.
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.
The 2014 salary cap is now projected to be $132 million. That puts the Green Bay Packers in a great place. They have the sixth-most cap room in the league.
The Green Bay Packers have made some good deals in the Ted Thompson era. They’ve also made some bone-headed ones. Here are the contracts currently hindering the team.
Paying a quarterback top dollar can prevent a team from fielding a top-tier defense. So which is better? A top QB or a top defense? We break down the stats.
The Green Bay Packers are worth over $1 billion, which puts them at No. 12 on Forbes list of most valuable NFL franchises. So when can we cash out?
The Green Bay Packers have reported record profits and revenue, which seems to be the case every year. Here’s how the numbers break down and a look to next year.
The Green Bay Packers are the 18th most valuable sports team, according to Forbes. Mark Murphy should be commended for sucking every last cent out of you.
The Green Bay Packers don’t have too many bad contracts on the books, but they do have some. Here are the guys who aren’t worthy what they’re being paid. A Ted Thompson Hall of Shame, if you will.
Want to know exactly where the Green Bay Packers stand with their 2013 salary cap and how they might create more room? You won’t find more comprehensive analysis than this.
The NFL sent out a memo today telling their teams they’re starting the season with replacement referees. Of course we’re breaking this down line by line.
Boy, was than an awesome experience. We’ve just returned from the Green Bay Packers Shareholders Meeting. Here’s how it went down and what you need to know.
The Green Bay Packers were ranked 17th on Forbes list of most valuable sports teams. Here’s a look at the list and the numbers.
The Green Bay Packers released select numbers from their annual report Tuesday, which show record profits. Here are the numbers and what they represent.
Thanks to the new collective bargaining agreement, the NFL’s middle class is disappearing. We take a look at the Green Bay Packers roster and present the evidence.
The Green Bay Packers have more salary cap space than all but 11 other teams. Why didn’t they use it to sign any big-ticket free agents? They have three core players who are in line for contract extensions.
The Green Bay Packers have released their annual report, which shows a large increase in net income and a small increase in operating profit. The organization also tries to remind us why the lockout was a good idea.
The Green Bay Packers came in ranked about where you’d expect them to be on Forbes list of most valuable sports franchises. Take a look at who’s ahead of them and where they rank in the NFL.
Throughout the current NFL labor dispute, the supposedly defunct NFLPA has responded to calls from the owners to accept a smaller share of the revenue pie with the rallying cry, “show us your books!” This resonates easily with the public, which sees the logic of demanding the owners prove their claim the current CBA is untenable and that […]
The Green Bay Packers have been buying land surrounding Lambeau Field in hopes of developing a sports and entertainment complex and thus, an additional revenue stream, similar to those at Cowboys Stadium in Dallas and Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Mass. The team has acquired 28 acres near Lambeau Field in the past five years at […]