The signs couldn’t be much clearer that the Green Bay Packers won’t be bringing Ryan Grant back. They gave his locker to Diondre Borel this week.
The Green Bay Packers have made no effort to re-sign running back Ryan Grant and it looks likely he’ll be joining an NFC North rival, the Detroit Lions.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy wants to work rookie running back Brandon Saine into the offense more. At whose expense? Well, looking at the trends, it’s looks like Ryan Grant is on the way out.
The Green Bay Packers are the class of the NFL right now. We know this because the “experts” told us so. That doesn’t mean they’re not beatable, though. The only question right now is when that will happen.
Just when you thought Aaron Rodgers couldn’t get any better, he puts on a performance like he did Sunday that just blows your mind. Two rushing touchdowns. Four TD passes. More than 400 yards passing and, yes, one interception but that was more bad luck on his part than a bad decision. In short, […]
The Green Bay Packers may not openly admit it, but James Starks has overtaken Ryan Grant as the team’s No. 1 running back. Starks is playing around three times as much as Grant.
A final look at the Green Bay Packers 42-36 win over the New Orleans Saints — what worked, what didn’t, who impressed and who’s to blame.
The Green Bay Packers plan to split carries between Ryan Grant and James Starks. Here’s what it means for each back and how it’s likely to play out.
Here’s a look at the Green Bay Packers final practice of training camp and our projected final roster. Here’s a look at who will make it and who won’t.
The Green Bay Packers have been looking at James Starks as their third-down back. It’s a good sign the team will open the season with Ryan Grant as their starter, even though his performance has been lackluster.
Shawn Neuser breaks down the tape from the Green Bay Packers preseason win over the Arizona Cardinals. Here’s what it said about the Derek Sherrod’s failings, Jermichael Finley’s return and who might be earning a roster spot.
The Green Bay Packers will likely have to choose between keeping Ryan Grant and Dmitri Nance. You might consider Grant a lock, but the Packers may not.
We’re back at Green Bay Packers training camp, where Jermichael Finley and Jordy Nelson are killing it, several injured players have returned to action and Vic So’oto has made a move up the depth chart.
Shawn Neuser breaks down the tape from the Green Bay Packers preseason loss to the Cleveland Browns. Here’s what it said about the left guard competition, Morgan Burnett and the defensive line, among other things.
The Green Bay Packers may have a quandary at tight end, where six guys are legitimate players. That, and the team experiments with Randall Cobb, Desmond Bishop’s father makes an appearance and injuries are affecting several players.
It’s the last night practice of training camp. The Green Bay Packers decided to throw all the tourists off and change the schedule for the rest of the practices. They’ll now start at 11:15 a.m. Under pressure I know some of this could be attributed to [intlink id=”305″ type=”category”]Dom Capers[/intlink]’ defense, but the offense was […]
Green Bay Packers players riding local kids bikes to and from practice is one of the coolest things about training camp. Getting up close with these Packers has taught us things about Nick Collins appetite, Jermichael Finley’s chances of injuring himself and Josh Sitton’s hair, among other things. Check out the gallery and see what you think.
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.
The NFL Draft changes the face of every team’s roster and the Green Bay Packers are no exception, even though they’re the reigning Super Bowl champs. Several veterans will go into training camp to fight for a roster spot, while others will simply be let go during free agency. Here’s a look at which players […]
It’s taken me a while to get to this, but now it’s time to lay into the joke in the NFC North not named the Minnesota Vikings — the Chicago Bears. Actually, it’s not the Bears whole organization that’s a joke, it’s general manager Jerry Angelo, which should come as a surprise to no one. If you watched the first round of the 2011 NFL Draft, you saw Angelo’s ineptitude in action, although you probably couldn’t tell what was really going on.