The Green Bay Packers awful defense in 2013 started with their awful defensive line. That unit will have a different look this year. Here’s who’s fighting to start.
Brett Favre says he isn’t worried about getting booed when he comes back to Lambeau Field. He’s also got a convenient definition of real Packers fans.
The Green Bay Packers offensive line is set for 2014. Well, except for the center position, where two guys will battle it out to snap the ball to Aaron Rodgers.
The tight end competition appears to be the most wide open competition for the Green Bay Packers entering training camp. We take a look at the suspects for the starting job.
The Green Bay Packers know who their top two receivers are in 2014. After that, it gets quite interesting. We look at the guys battling for No. 3 and their NFL lives.
Some fan asked A.J. Hawk to tackle him while Hawk was playing a round of golf. Naturally, Hawk obliged and surprisingly made the tackle. Here’s the video.
The Green Bay Packers will have a number of jobs up for grabs during their 2014 training camp. We’ll start by looking at the backup quarterback job.
Someone taught DuJuan Harris the term “feeding the monster” and now he’s using it over and over and over again to talk about himself. Seems like he’s pressing a bit.
Casey Hayward knows he’s probably not going to be one of the Green Bay Packers starting cornerback this year and he isn’t terribly happy about it.
The Detroit Lions Ndamukong Suh made an appearance on American Muscle, where he gets into it with the resident Green Bay Packers fan. Quality entertainment.
The Green Bay Packers Super Bowl odds are anywhere from 10-1 to 15-1. That doesn’t sound quite right to us, at least at this point in the year.
The reason Jermichael Finley doesn’t have a team right now isn’t his neck injury. It’s money. Not enough of it for his liking. So he will continue to wait.
Jessica Szohr is the face of the Green Bay Packers in the NFL’s new women’s clothing campaign. We’re all cool with that.
The Green Bay Packers are looking to run a fast break offense this season that means less substitutions and more no huddle. Could be bad news for the defense.
Brett Favre will not have his number retired by the Green Bay Packers this year. As Bob Slydell said, maybe it will all just work itself out naturally in the end.
Free agent safety and Wisconsin boy Jim Leonard wants to play for the Green Bay Packers and has had discussions to that affect. The Packers ain’t biting though.
Ted Thompson’s current contract runs through the 2016 draft, but it looks like he’ll have a new one sooner than that. Mark Murphy says a Thompson extension is a priority.
Brett Favre will not have his day in the sun in Green Bay this year. The team will put off retiring his number until 2015 because he’s afraid of getting booed.
The Green Bay Packers released their financials for the 2013-14 fiscal year and they’re showing record revenue, but a major decrease in net income.
Jermichael Finley really wants to return to the Green Bay Packers. He’s starting to sound like Nick Collins. And like Collins, we doubt he’ll be playing again.