The Green Bay Packers say they didn’t tell players to show up Saturday, but the word got out somehow. Either way, the NFL doesn’t seem to care and things should be a go for the weekend.
Brandie Underwood is Green Bay Packers defensive back Brandon Underwood’s wife. We were introduced to her when Brandon got all disorderly with her, but we can’t quite decide if she’s hot. Please help.
The Green Bay Packers have been instructed to show up Saturday to begin preparations for training camp and the preseason, a sure sign the lockout is nearly over.
Green Bay Packers cornerback Sam Shields has a new tattoo. It’s not only huge, it’s right where everyone can see it — on his neck.
The Green Bay Packers came in ranked about where you’d expect them to be on Forbes list of most valuable sports franchises. Take a look at who’s ahead of them and where they rank in the NFL.
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler and fiance Kristin Cavallari have posted their wedding registry almost a full year in advance of their nuptials. Total Packers has already made their day extra special by buying them a large gravy boat.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers might want to think a little harder about who whores himself out to. His commercial for Gruber Law Offices is cheesy as hell and diminishes his personal brand.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will autograph just about anything for anyone, unless you’re a dumbass Dallas Cowboys fan who gives him a Cowboys hat to sign.
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 Tampa Bay Buccaneers may have a hole at middle linebacker once the lockout ends. Might they want to fill it with Green Bay Packers linebacker Nick Barnett?
The Detroit Lions seem like an obvious suitor for free agent cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha, but are probably too cheap to pay him, which means the Lions secondary should resemble a sieve once again.
The Green Bay Packers use the term “Packer people” to describe the type of high-character guys they look for. Both Johnny Jolly and Brandon Underwood have proven to be otherwise and it will cost them.
The Green Bay Packers will go into training camp with Ryan Grant as their No. 1 running back. What that means exactly, remains to be seen.
Once the new collective bargaining agreement is finished, the salary cap will return to the NFL and 2011’s cap will be lower than 2009’s. The cap is projected to be as high as $121 million, but could be as low as $117 million. The 2009 cap was $122 million. If the 2011 cap is $120 […]
We’ve talked about the possibility of Nick Barnett being the odd man out at linebacker for the Green Bay Packers and one place he could potentially end up is in San Diego, where the Chargers are in a state of flux at the position. The Packers are set on the inside with Desmond Bishop and A.J. Hawk, both of whom signed new contracts with the team in the past year.
I’ve finally located the clip of Green Bay Packers receiver Greg Jennings on the USA Network’s Royal Pains. Jennings shot the episode in May and it aired Wednesday night. In what I’m sure was a stretch, Jennings played himself.
It looks like Green Bay Packers linebacker Nick Barnett has picked up a new hobby while he’s been sitting around this summer — coloring. He posted the following photo to his Twitter account yesterday. I suppose if the lockout never ends, he can become an artist. (Via Goal Line Stand)
Green Bay Packers defensive back Brandon Underwood didn’t have anything to say after today’s court appearance, but his wife Brandie sure did. Underwood is facing a misdemeanor disorderly conduct charge stemming from an incident in June where he allegedly ripped a necklace off his wife’s neck and then dragged her from his vehicle.
Maybe it’s the humidity, but Green Bay Packers cornerback Brandon Underwood just can’t stop doing stupid shit. Underwood, who was accused of sexual assault last summer after an incident involving two prostitutes — he would plead no contest to a prostitution charge in March — is now being charged with disorderly conduct.
Not that anyone needs to help out in this department because it always has a life of its own, but NFL.com’s Gil Brandt has opened the door on the possible return of one Brett Favre… again. Brandt says Favre might be getting the itch again, but this year things are a little different.