Day one of training camp for the Green Bay Packers featured injuries. What else would you expect? It also featured big play from Casey Hayward and Jordy Nelson.
Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy says the organization is in conversations to bring Brett Favre back this year. Will it happen? We shall see.
The Green Bay Packers have signed receiver Jordy Nelson to a new four-year contract, essentially meeting his asking price of $10 million per year.
The Green Bay Packers are already piling up injuries. Both Nick Perry and Mike Neal showed up to camp injured. They’re now on the physically unable to perform list.
The Green Bay Packers are going to be playing a game in London at some point, according to Mark Murphy. That point will probably be 2016.
Jordy Nelson is seeking $10 million a year from the Green Bay Packers, which is why he doesn’t have a new deal yet. That number may mean he ends up leaving.
Remember the Green Bay Packers’ safety play in 2013? A total garbage dump. They’ll try to remedy that in 2014 by letting three guys duke it out to start.
Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy is delusional. He is confident all of the fan base will embrace Brett Favre when he returns to Lambeau this year.
One of the toughest decisions the Green Bay Packers are going to have to make during the preseason is which of their talent cornerbacks to keep around.
Mike McCarthy Way is now a reality, at least in that giving the Green Bay Packers coach his own street has been approved by the Village of Ashwaubenon.
The Green Bay Packers linebackers weren’t anything to write home about in 2013. That may not be any different this year. Here are the suspects for mediocrity.
The Green Bay Packers check in at No. 24 in Forbes’ annual rankings of the top 50 most valuable sports franchises. They’re down six spots from last year.
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.