The Green Bay Packers can’t do much right lately, but they’re not getting down. Defensive end Ryan Pickett says this team can still win the Super Bowl. Riiiiiiiight.
Ryan Pickett says he can play 3-4 more years and wants to retire with the Green Bay Packers. Do the Packers share that sentiment? We have our doubts.
The Green Bay Packers will not be giving B.J. Raji a contract extension after all. They’ll let him play out his deal and roll the dice. Here’s who will be affected.
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.
Want to know exactly where the Green Bay Packers stand with their 2013 salary cap and how they might create more room? You won’t find more comprehensive analysis than this.
We look back at the Green Bay Packers 2012 season, hand out some awards and choose the best and worst players, games and plays.
The Green Bay Packers are doling out some money in contract extensions, but they have some important ones looming. The question is, do they have enough money to pay all these guys?
The additions the Green Bay Packers made along the defensive line in the offseason could mean the team will end up playing some 4-3 defense instead of their traditional 3-4.
Who’s going to start for the Green Bay Packers on the defensive line? Who’s going to make the team? You know damn well we’ve got the answers.
Much to the surprise of no one, rookie Nick Perry is running with the Green Bay Packers No. 1 defense. To the surprise of some, his presence has Clay Matthews switching positions.
Former Green Bay Packers defensive end Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila threw his weight — whatever that’s worth — behind Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum. Here’s his endorsement and what we think about it.
The Green Bay Packers will have to reduce their salary cap number in order to sign their draft picks and free agents. Here’s a look at the situation and how they’re likely to go about approaching their offseason.
The Green Bay Packers plan on playing to beat the Detroit Lions in a meaningless week 17 game, but that doesn’t necessarily mean all the starters will play as much as they’re used to.
The Green Bay Packers have the week off, so players are free to do whatever they please. Here’s what defensive end Ryan Pickett decided to do, which find more than a little funny.
The Green Bay Packers are still accusing the Atlanta Falcons of dirty play. Several defenders had pointed words for Atlanta after the Packers win on Sunday.
Green Bay Packers defensive end Mike Neal will miss significant time after undergoing knee surgery. Unfortunately, the similarities between Neal and former Packers first-round bust Justin Harrell just keep getting stronger.
Defensive coordinator Dom Capers is tinkering with the Green Bay Packers defensive line. Capers is considering moving B.J. Raji to defensive end so he’s matched up against a guard and returning Ryan Pickett to nose tackle. This should work out just fine.
An offseason with no one to watch over them is about to conclude. You can bet your ass some members of the Green Bay Packers will show up to training camp out of shape. Here are the odds-on favorites.
I always find it odd when I see someone who isn’t old, rich and white latch onto conservative political causes. Of course, there’s a certain theory that sums things up nicely — you’re only a Democrat until you start making a lot of money, unless you live in California. Unfortunately, that’s not the case here […]
There’s speculation Johnny Jolly’s second arrest for codeine possession, which put his NFL career in serious jeopardy, will force the Green Bay Packers to reevaluate re-signing defensive end Cullen Jenkins. Jenkins, who had seven sacks in 11 games in 2010, will be one of the most sought-after defensive free agents whenever free agency begins.