The Green Bay Packers actually participated in free agency this season, much to our surprise. We break down the moves they made, tried to make and didn’t make. Here’s the verdict.
The Green Bay Packers wild and crazy, free-spending ways are probably over. The team lost out on defensive end Dave Tollefson, who signed with the Oakland Raiders.
The Green Bay Packers reported interest in Cincinnati free agent outside linebacker Manny Lawson has materialized as nothing. Lawson is telling teammates he’ll return to the Bengals. The Packers are moving on to other free agents.
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 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 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 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 have actually scheduled a free agent visit. The team will bring in veteran center Jeff Saturday to possibly replace the departed Scott Wells.
The Green Bay Packers finally got the memo that free agency started and it came only two days late. That’s right, on day three they actually called someone’s agent. Of course, then they followed up by doing nothing.
Finally, things are beginning to slow down. The big prize, defensive end Mario Williams, finally signed a contract. Here’s a look at the few other notable signings and where the Green Bay Packers stand.
The madness continues! Day two of free agency is just as stupid as day one, if not more so. We’ve got some news on the Green Bay Packers free agents, along with the important moves from around the league. Hey, the Minnesota Vikings killed it today.
The first day of free agency was typical — a bunch of idiots threw money at players who will never live up to their contracts. Surprisingly, there were also some smart moves made. Here’s a look at the NFL’s annual clusterfuck, day one.
The Green Bay Packers are expected to sit on the sidelines when free agency begins today, which should come as no surprise. Here’s a look at which of their own free agents are likely to be back and who’s likely to sign elsewhere.
The Green Bay Packers are currently under the salary cap, but don’t have a lot of wiggle room. Here’s how they might create more space and what they might do with it.
The Green Bay Packers have a big question mark at left tackle. The Arizona Cardinals may well have to release theirs — Levi Brown — in a salary cap move. We’re here to connect the dots.
The Green Bay Packers need a pass rusher, but the free agent market for pass rushers is pretty bare after Mario Williams. If a couple high-priced veterans get released, which looks like a real possibility, it may improve, though. Here’s a look.
Teams have started to deploy the franchise tag ahead of the Monday deadline. Here’s who’s getting it and what we think about it. We’ll update as new developments occur.
The Green Bay Packers and center Scott Wells aren’t close on a new contract and it’s starting to look like he’ll sign elsewhere in free agency. Here’s a look at how the Packers might replace him.
The Green Bay Packers will have to reduce their salary cap number in order to sign their draft picks and free agents. Here’s a look at the situation and how they’re likely to go about approaching their offseason.
Teams can apply the franchise tag beginning on Monday. Here’s a look at which players will likely be off the free agent market before free agency even begins.