Mike McCarthy is in the business of making guarantees now. He says the Green Bay Packers running game will be better in 2013. Can we fire him if he’s wrong?
Sir Aaron Rodgers. No, he’s not getting knighted, but some of the youngsters are apparently in awe of the Green Bay Packers quarterback. They call him sir.
The Green Bay Packers have signed second-round draft pick Eddie Lacy. The deal leaves one draftee to go before the team starts working on some other things.
Alex Green ain’t mad, bro. In fact, he’s happy the Green Bay Packers went out and drafted two running backs to take his job. He’s healthy and ready to go for the first time in a while.
Here’s another team that passed on running back Eddie Lacy in the draft because of concerns about his surgically-fused toe — the Denver Broncos. Time to be worried?
Is Eddie Lacy going to be ready to go and injury-free for the Green Bay Packers? Hell yeah, he is. In fact, Lacy says he’s already 100 percent.
The Green Bay Packers selection of Datone Jones in the first round was about getting faster. That, and other draft notes from a wild weekend.
If there weren’t red flags about Green Bay Packers second-round pick Eddie Lacy, there are now. The Steelers wouldn’t touch him because of toe surgery.
The Green Bay Packers got their running back in the second round of the NFL Draft, when Eddie Lacy tumbled to them at No. 61. Here’s the lowdown.
There are a lot of options being tossed around for the Green Bay Packers in the first round of the NFL Draft, including leaving the round altogether. Here’s a look.
Who will the Green Bay Packers choose in the first round of the 2013 draft? We look at what the experts have to say and preview the most-likely picks for the Packers.
Who you got for the Green Bay Packers in the first round of the NFL Draft? We tabbed Alabama running back Eddie Lacy in our first mock of the year.