Ah, free agency, what an exhausting wench you are. Today, we’ve got three major trades completed, including the one that makes the Eagles the second-best team in the NFC and the Redskins making their usual stupid moves by overpaying some guy who won’t amount to shit.
The Green Bay Packers have decided to release linebacker Brady Poppinga and defensive tackle Justin Harrell, both of whom have been disappointments since signing big-money deals. We look back on the greatness that was(n’t).
The Green Bay Packers lost left guard Daryn Colledge today and defensive end Cullen Jenkins and receiver James Jones will likely be off the market before the day is over.
The Arizona Cardinals look like they’re going to lure left guard Daryn Colledge away from the Green Bay Packers. That leaves the Packers with an interesting quandry — move Bryan Bulaga to left tackle or leave him at right guard?
Although teams can’t begin signing free agents until Friday, this is the second day they could negotiate with them. Several clubs took advantage and reached agreements with players. The Green Bay Packers jumped into the fray by reaching an agreement with Mason Crosby. Here are today’s developments that could impact the Packers’ quest to repeat […]
Just in case you need a slight distraction from all of the lunacy of free agency, here’s model Jaime Edmondson’s latest tribute to the Green Bay Packers. We think you’ll enjoy it.
The Green Bay Packers have re-signed kicker Mason Crosby to a five-year deal that makes him one of the league’s top-paid kickers. All that for a guy who’s never hit 80 percent of his field goals in a season.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers says receiver James Jones should be the team’s No. 1 priority in free agency. It’s doubtful general manager Ted Thompson agrees.
Teams can’t officially sign free agents until Friday, but that didn’t stop several players from agreeing to contracts. That, plus the Minnesota Vikings pursuit of Donovan McNabb and Nnamdi Asomugha’s first suitor.
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 still want to make the customary post-Super Bowl victory White House visit. The question is whether their schedule and President Obama’s will permit it.
The Green Bay Packers will cut linebacker Nick Barnett, even though they may have been able to trade him. The move will help the Packers get under the salary cap.
The Green Bay Packers have signed 15 undrafted free agents, the most intriguing of which, Shaky Smithson, led the nation in punt return average last season.
The Philadelphia Eagles are reportedly interested in Brett Favre as a backup to Michael Vick. Although it’s probably a long shot, we all know how these things go.
The NFL will reportedly put an end to the lockout tomorrow after players agreed to the terms of the collective bargaining agreement the owners approved last week. The next week going to be wild.
The Green Bay Packers had varied reactions to the events of the past two days that say the owners approve a new labor deal and the players choose not to vote. They ranged from rational to stupid. Here they are.
Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy has let it be known the NFL is done negotiating, which could either lead to the lockout ending next week or a stalemate that makes it drag on for some time.
Houston Texans defensive end and former Wisconsin Badger J.J. Watt ran into Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews at a shoot in Los Angeles today. What happened? A little hero worship.
An offseason with no one to watch over them is about to conclude. You can bet your ass some members of the Green Bay Packers will show up to training camp out of shape. Here are the odds-on favorites.
Green Bay Packers receiver Donald Driver isn’t about to hand over his starting spot to Jordy Nelson or anyone else, saying he’s earned it. The question is whether he can keep it in what are probably the final two years of his career.