Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers takes you to his hometown of Chico, California in this video from Fox Sports.
Perhaps he saw the writing on the wall. After reports surfaced that running back [intlink id=”64″ type=”category”]Ryan Grant[/intlink] could be released by the Green Bay Packers it’s also been reported he restructured his deal. Grant took a $1 million pay cut. His base salary was lowered from $3.5 million to $2.5 million and his salary […]
The Green Bay Packers will likely have to choose between keeping Ryan Grant and Dmitri Nance. You might consider Grant a lock, but the Packers may not.
Green Bay Packers rookie Randall Cobb, who has been the team’s primary return man, could miss the regular season opener with knee injuries. That raises some question as to who might take over the return duties.
We’re back at Green Bay Packers training camp, where Jermichael Finley and Jordy Nelson are killing it, several injured players have returned to action and Vic So’oto has made a move up the depth chart.
T.J. Lang was named the Green Bay Packers starting left guard Monday. Lang beat out rookie first-round pick Derek Sherrod and takes over for the departed Daryn Colledge. The move is typical Mike McCarthy.
Green Bay Packers linebacker Frank Zombo will miss significant time after breaking his scapula Friday night. The injury also means Erik Walden will likely be the starter at right outside linebacker.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers admits he wanted to play for the San Francisco 49ers, who drafted Alex Smith instead in 2005. In the end, it looks like things worked out for everyone… except the 49ers.
The Green Bay Packers beat the Arizona Cardinals 28-20 Friday night in a preseason contest. Here’s a look at who performed and what we know about the team after two preseason games.
Shawn Neuser breaks down the tape from the Green Bay Packers preseason loss to the Cleveland Browns. Here’s what it said about the left guard competition, Morgan Burnett and the defensive line, among other things.
There are conflicting reports on who has the edge to start for the Green Bay Packers at right outside linebacker. The latest is that Erik Walden has the edge over Frank Zombo. We break down both players and ask you to chime in.
T.J. Lang has pulled ahead of rookie Derek Sherrod in the competition to be the Green Bay Packers starting left guard. Here’s why and when you can expect it to end.
Green Bay Packers defensive end Mike Neal, who sprained his knee in practice Tuesday, hasn’t earned the injury-prone label just yet. That’s good news for the Packers.
The Green Bay Packers have more salary cap space than all but 11 other teams. Why didn’t they use it to sign any big-ticket free agents? They have three core players who are in line for contract extensions.
The Green Bay Packers may have a quandary at tight end, where six guys are legitimate players. That, and the team experiments with Randall Cobb, Desmond Bishop’s father makes an appearance and injuries are affecting several players.
Is defensive end Mike Neal the Green Bay Packers new Justin Harrell? We’ll find out soon enough, after Neal suffered a sprained knee at practice Tuesday. The severity of the injury should be known tomorrow.
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.
Frank Zombo has the advantage to start for the Green Bay Packers at right outside linebacker. Erik Walden is still in the picture, but it looks like both players, along with Brad Jones, will get defensive reps this season. Can you say rotation?
The Green Bay Packers didn’t invite players from last year’s team who’ve signed elsewhere to the White House celebration. Daryn Colledge doesn’t think much of the decision and neither do we.
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.