Anthony Levine Ahead of Jerron McMillian

Anthony Levine

Jerron McMillian was supposed to challenge for a starting safety spot with the Green Bay Packers. It looks like he has a long way to go — Anthony Levine is ahead of him right now.

Packers Training Camp Observations: 8-12

A.J. Hawk, Brad Jones and Clay Matthews

A look at Green Bay Packers training camp from August 12, 2012. Here’s how the Packers looked in no huddle and which young players are stepping up.

Casey Hayward is the Man… For Now

Casey Hayward

Casey Hayward is the Green Bay Packers starting cornerback now that Davon House is temporarily out of the picture. It looks like he’ll probably enter the regular season in that spot as well.

Bishop Needs Surgery, House Out 2-3 Weeks

Desmond Bishop

The injury news for the Green Bay Packers is in and it doesn’t look good for linebacker Desmond Bishop.

Packers Will Reportedly Sign Cedric Benson

Cedric Benson

The Green Bay Packers are ready to panic. The team will reportedly sign running back Cedric Benson to bolster what has been a pretty anemic ground game thus far.

Desmond Bishop Could Miss Season

Desmond Bishop

Bad news folks. Green Bay Packers linebacker Desmond Bishop could miss the season with a hamstring injury. Nothing is definitive yet, but initial reports don’t look good.

Civil War [Photo]

Packers and Vikings fences

All is quite on the Green Bay Packers front today, but we doubt it’s ever quite here. Check out the dueling Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings fences.

Packers vs. Chargers: What We Learned

Tramon Williams

A look at the Green Bay Packers 21-13 preseason loss to the San Diego Chargers. Here’s what we learned from the game.

Tori Gurley Looks Like Odd Man Out

Tori Gurley

Tori Gurley appeared to have a future with the Green Bay Packers coming into training camp, but it now looks like his chances of making the roster are diminishing.

Packers Get Some Offensive Line Depth

Reggie Wells

The Green Bay Packers addressed their lack of offensive line depth by signing veteran guard Reggie Wells. Here’s a look at Wells.

Clay Matthews and Justin Tuck in War of Words

Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews and New York Giants defensive end Justin Tuck are having a disagreement about who actually won and lost last season’s playoff games between the two teams.

Packers Add Receiver Because They Need Another Receiver

Andrew Brewer

The Green Bay Packers have picked up receiver Andrew Brewer and lopped off guard Jaymes Brooks. Why? Why the hell not?

Tom Crabtree’s Secret Weapon is Celine Dion

Tom Crabtree

Tight end Tom Crabtree is fighting to make the Green Bay Packers roster. His secret weapon? Celine Dion. That is, at least according to D.J. Williams.

Jermichael Finley: I Want an Elite Breakout Year

Jermichael Finley

Green Bay Packers tight end Jermichael Finley wants what we all want — an elite breakout year. What does that mean? Take a look.

Jamari Lattimore is Making the Jump

Jamari Lattimore

Green Bay Packers inside linebacker Jamari Lattimore is said to making the second-year jump. Despite his solid play, that still doesn’t mean he’s guaranteed a roster spot.

Here’s Where We Apologize

We fucked up and we are here to beg for your forgiveness.

Herb Taylor is Now Packers Left Tackle

Herb Taylor

With Marshall Newhouse out of the lineup, the Green Bay Packers are turning to Herb Taylor at left tackle. Who the hell is Herb Taylor? We investigate.

Bears Are Going to the Super Bowl!

Brandon Marshall: douche

The Chicago Bears are going to the Super Bowl, according to receiver Brandon Marshall. Here’s one more reason for you to hate those idiots.

Packers Family Night Recap

Packers Family Night

We learned a tremendous amount about the Green Bay Packers from their annual Family Night scrimmage. Actually, no we didn’t, but we did pick up a few things. Here’s who stood out.

Tramon Williams Is Back!

Green Bay Packers cornerback Tramon Williams was hindered by a shoulder injury for much of 2011 and it showed. Fortunately, he now seems fully recovered and is rounding back into top form.