The Green Bay Packers do nothing approach to free agency now makes total sense. The team is trying to pile up compensatory picks to draft gems like these.
The Green Bay Packers are exploring a relationship with recently reinstated defensive end Johnny Jolly, but they’re taking things slowly, like a jilted woman.
It turns out Greg Jennings is not only delusional, but he only cares about his personal stats (after money, of course). Here’s where we give him a proper sendoff.
What really happened with Greg Jennings? Ted Thompson and the Packers were never really interested, but drove up the price to hurt the Minnesota Vikings.
The Green Bay Packers have a new target in free agency — Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw. How long before they lose him to another team? We’ll see.
The Green Bay Packers let tight end Tom Crabtree walk rather than paying him an extra $100,000. That means they’ll overpay Jermichael Finley in 2013. Sound strategy as always.
The Green Bay Packers have cut A.J. Hawk’s salary cap number. Now Hawk will be able to return to the Packers as a backup instead of an overpaid backup.
Greg Jennings signed with the Minnesota Vikings, where he really feels wanted. We’re real happy for him. In the end, it was about money and nothing else.
Since the Green Bay Packers won’t be signing anyone of note during this free agency period, we decided to look at their all-time best free agent signings to cheer you up.
Well, the Green Bay Packers managed to bone one again, letting Steven Jackson sign with the Atlanta Falcons after working out the basic parameters of a deal. Way to go, Ted!
Tom Crabtree became an unrestricted free agent when the Green Bay Packers failed to tender him. Now it looks like he’ll be moving on to another team, which is unfortunate.
Greg Jennings has clearly overvalued his worth in free agency and that means he’ll now resort to visiting the Minnesota Vikings. Gotta get that money!
We’ve got the recap of day two of free agency as it pertains to the Green Bay Packers and their players, including the Detroit Lions big haul and receiver musical chairs.
The Green Bay Packers are working on a three-year deal with running back Steven Jackson. That would put Jackson on the team until he’s 33. The devil is in the details.
The Green Bay Packers may be closer to re-signing Greg Jennings. The Minnesota Vikings didn’t like Jennings’ asking price. A Jennings’ signing could also impact Jermichael Finley. For now, it’s the waiting game.
Is Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers going to be on The Office? Probably not, but he did drop by the set and take some photos with Dwight Schrute.
A bunch of guys got overpaid on the first day of free agency, but we could give two shits about most of them. Here’s the free agency wrap up as it pertains to the Green Bay Packers.
Greg Jennings returning to the Green Bay Packers? It’s possible, but apparently only if the Packers thwart off the unholy Minnesota Vikings. This will be interesting.
The Green Bay Packers are showing interest in running back Peyton Hillis, which either means they’re moving on from Steven Jackson or posturing. Oh yeah, and the Packers are in the running for Steven Jackson.
The Green Bay Packers will not be landing defensive end Chris Canty. He signed with the Baltimore Ravens for cheap after the Packers failed to offer him a deal of any amount. You’ll love this.