Some members of the Green Bay Packers haven’t been on the field much during training camp. That’s likely to cost them on cutdown day. Here’s a look at which veterans could face the chopping block.
The Green Bay Packers have solved their issues in the secondary pretty quickly. After releasing Charlie Peprah, they started Charles Woodson at safety and Jarrett Bush at cornerback this morning.
The Green Bay Packers made a surprise move on the eve of training camp, releasing last season’s starting safety Charlie Peprah. Now what do they do? Here’s a look.
The Green Bay Packers are still dealing with injuries suffered by players during the 2011 season. Here’s who’s ailing, what’s wrong with them and when they’ll be back.
Much like the highly-decorated Brandon Underwood before him, M.D. Jennings is this year’s OTA star for the Green Bay Packers. Jennings just might have a shot to start though.
Green Bay Packers safety Charlie Peprah, who’s likely going to face a battle for his starting job, isn’t concerned about that. He’s sure he’ll be going to the Pro Bowl in 2012.
The Green Bay Packers haven’t said it publicly, but it seems obvious it’s time to move cornerback Charles Woodson to safety. We tell you why and take a look at another Woodson that moved to safety.
The NFL draft is rapidly approaching and it looks like the Green Bay Packers won’t know whether safety Nick Collins will return until after it’s over. That means they could be looking for a safety early.
Green Bay Packers safety Nick Collins is progressing in his effort to return from spinal fusion surgery. He’s not cleared to play yet and if coach Mike McCarthy had his way, Collins never would be. Not exactly a good sign.
Despite rampant speculation, the Green Bay Packers will not be moving Charles Woodson to safety. The team wants to keep him close to the line and coaches are once again talking up their younger players.
The Green Bay Packers never sign anyone on free agency, but we’re going to pretend they do. Here are four players who would help the team and how we see things playing out.
A look at the Green Bay Packers’ Monday practice. T.J. Lang has a real shot at left guard, Aaron Rodgers is finally on the same page as his receivers, and the day’s big catches are chronicled.
The idea that Morgan Burnett and Charlie Peprah were in a competition for the starting strong safety job has been floated. The Green Bay Packers apparently didn’t get the memo.
Green Bay Packers players riding local kids bikes to and from practice is one of the coolest things about training camp. Getting up close with these Packers has taught us things about Nick Collins appetite, Jermichael Finley’s chances of injuring himself and Josh Sitton’s hair, among other things. Check out the gallery and see what you think.
Our main man in Green Bay, Brady, was on the scene at Green Bay Packers training camp, where two rookies impressed and Morgan Burnett looked to reclaim his starting safety spot from Charlie Peprah.
The ESPYs are a joke, but the award show gives athletes an excuse to dress up. The Green Bay Packers were well represented and Aaron Rodgers took home best NFL player. Check the gallery.
The Green Bay Packers remained busy before the potential work stoppage, signing safety Charlie Peprah to a two-year deal, according to Fox Sports Adam Caplan.
The deal is reportedly worth $2.3 million.
The Green Bay Packers are made some strange moves on Wednesday, when they tendered free-agents-to-be guard Daryn Colledge, kicker Mason Crosby and fullback John Kuhn.
Colledge and Crosby received second-round tenders and Kuhn received the lowest tender.
Here’s why all none of this makes any sense.
Buried at the bottom of an article in which Bob McGinn tries his best to create a not-enough-balls controversy amongst the Green Bay Packers receivers was this nugget: safety Atari Bigby won’t be back.
No, no one’s said those exact words. No, it isn’t a surprise the Packers would choose younger players to replace an oft-injured veteran who’s about to hit free agency.
With Desmond Bishop receiving a contact extension, defensive end Cullen Jenkins should be the top priority for the Green Bay Packers. The Packers have several key players who are scheduled to be free agents under the current system, which is expected to be extended at some point. In addition to Jenkins, they include fullbacks John [...]