The Tennessee Titans beat the Green Bay Packers 20-16 after a late score in a game that featured very little of any of the Packers offensive starters.
In the offseason, Mike McCarthy finally took a look at the Green Bay Packers annual injury epidemic and restructured his program. So far, it seems to be working.
The Brett Favre Goodwill Tour is underway. In speaking with WTMJ, Favre explained how he has no regrets and then explained how he did have regrets.
Matt Flynn has some of his mojo back according to his position coach with the Green Bay Packers. Good news if he plans on beating Scooter Tolzien for No. 2.
Morgan Burnett is injured. Again. That means the Green Bay Packers will start the tandem we all want to see, Micah Hyde and Ha Ha Clinton-Dix at safety.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers isn’t usually one to pat himself on the back, but there he was doing just that — for something some people didn’t even want.
They didn’t start off so hot, but it looks like both center J.C. Tretter and receiver Davante Adams are going to be just fine for the Green Bay Packers this year.
If you’re wondering why you haven’t heard the name Julius Peppers very often lately it’s because he’s been dogging it as usual. And we expect nothing less.
The Green Bay Packers released their first depth chart this week. There were virtually no surprises at the top, but there are some at the bottom. Here’s a look.
Offensive lineman Don Barclay went down with a knee injury during practice on Tuesday. It didn’t look good, but not all is lost if it’s a long-term injury.
Rookie tight end Colt Lyerla’s chances of making the Green Bay Packers roster just evaporated. Lyerla will miss several weeks with a knee injury.
The Green Bay Packers made a sort of public reconciliation with Brett Favre at a press conference on Monday. And boy, what a joke that was. It’s as if part of history has been erased.
Brett Favre has again taken it upon himself to define what a real Green Bay Packers fan is. It’s one that loves Brett Favre. This is where we’ve had enough.
The Green Bay Packers will retire Brett Favre’s No. 4 in 2015, Favre announced. Favre will become one of only six guys in Packers history to receive the honor.
Word has leaked that Brett Favre will be inducted into the Packers Hall of Fame in 2015. His number retirement may be moved up as well. Thanks, Packers!
The Green Bay Packers did not make it through Family Night without an injury of note this year. Rookie tight end Colt Lyerla suffered a leg injury that could be serious.
The Green Bay Packers have unveiled a Lambeau Leap statue outside of Lambeau Field. An iconic event in team history. The statue is only missing the most important thing.
We were doing our best to forget all about Sean Richardson. However, his play during the first week of camp has put him back in the conversation for a roster spot.
We knew it was coming. We’re just surprised it took so long. Rookie receiver Jared Abbrederis has suffered the first major injury of training camp for the Packers.
Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy is on the cover of Sports Illustrated because it’s fantasy football season. Eaaaaaaaaasy, Ed.