The Green Bay Packers have some personnel issues, mostly because they haven’t drafted well. So, was Ted Thompson’s success the product of his personnel execs?
Desmond Bishop has reportedly narrowed his choice of teams to two — the Minnesota Vikings and Kansas City Chiefs. Bishop will visit the Chiefs today.
The Green Bay Packers expressed interest in hiring former Nevada coach and inventor of the pistol offense, Chris Ault. Kansas City gave him a better deal.
Half man/half zombie will no longer we be appearing on the Green Bay Packers injury report. Frank Zombo signed with Kansas City, leaving the Packers thin at outside linebacker.
After a brief layoff spent circling blocks around elementary schools in Aurora, Brad Childress is employed in the NFL again. Kansas City brings us this joy.
Greg Jennings won’t be back with the Green Bay Packers. We’ve looked at the salary cap space and the rosters — here are Jennings’ most likely destinations.
Former Green Bay Packers cornerback Al Harris is back in the NFL as a coach with the Kansas City Chiefs. Here’s where we relive Harris’ remarkable career, including the moment Matt Hasselbeck would love to forget.
The Pro Bowl is this weekend. Sweet! Before we sit down to enjoy this great game, let us count the ways it’s a complete joke one more time. They are many.
Matt Flynn left the Green Bay Packers for big money and a starting job. He only got one of the two with the Seattle Seahawks and it looks like he’ll be on the move again. But to where?
The Green Bay Packers lost director of college scouting John Dorsey over the weekend and could lose vice president of football operations Russ Ball. The front office shouldn’t miss a beat though.
Green Bay Packers director of football operations could be the next general manager of the Kansas City Chiefs or New York Jets. The Ted Thompson tree continues to grow.
A look at the Green Bay Packers 24-3 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs in the final preseason game of 2012. Here’s who stood out and who didn’t, who earned a roster spot and who’s getting cut.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will avoid the Madden curse. Rodgers lost to Detroit Lions receiver Calvin Johnson in the final four of fan voting for the Madden 13 cover. Here’s a recap of the curse.
Finally, things are beginning to slow down. The big prize, defensive end Mario Williams, finally signed a contract. Here’s a look at the few other notable signings and where the Green Bay Packers stand.
Teams can apply the franchise tag beginning on Monday. Here’s a look at which players will likely be off the free agent market before free agency even begins.
The Green Bay Packers on-field success could mean some off-field losses. Two offensive assistants have interviewed for head coaching jobs and two members of the front office will get a shot at general manager jobs. We break down the situation here.
Comments from Green Bay Packers players and coaches after their first loss of the season to the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Green Bay Packers suffered their first loss of the season, 19-14 at the hands of the Kansas City Chiefs. They also lost some key contributors. Here’s the story of the game, the numbers that matter and what it means.
Shawn: This Sunday the Green Bay Packers play their last road game and their last AFC game. Both occasions make this the most meaningless game of the season for the Packers. In fact, considering this, I would have been completely fine with guys like Aaron Rodgers, Clay Matthews and Charles Woodson getting a bye. Let […]
A look around the league at the midway point of the season. Here’s the weekly WTF, top 10 teams, and those players who are #winning and #losing. Guess who’s on top.