The 2016 Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame class has been announced and it is headlined by two familiar faces — Nick Collins and Chad Clifton.
Aaron Rodgers has a solution to the Green Bay Packers lack of offensive line depth — bring back Chad Clifton. We’re not so sure that’s the best idea.
We thought former Green Bay Packers tackle Chad Clifton’s NFL career was over. The New England Patriots might have other ideas.
Former Green Bay Packers tackle Chad Clifton wants to keep playing if he can get healthy. He also had some great comments about what playing for the Packers meant to him.
The Green Bay Packers took longer than expected, but they released veteran left tackle Chad Clifton today. Here’s a look at the situation, along with what the team had to say.
The book on Chad Clifton’s career with the Green Bay Packers isn’t closed yet. Clifton had back surgery and is pain free. We take a look at the options for the Packers and how the situation might play out.
The dominos are beginning to fall. Chad Clifton’s career with the Green Bay Packers will reportedly come to an end, with the team releasing him, while Donald Driver’s will continue for another year. We breakdown the situation.
The Green Bay Packers have a big decision to make entering the 2012 season — who will protect Aaron Rodgers’ blind side? We take a look at the candidates — Chad Clifton, Marshall Newhouse, Bryan Bulaga, and Derek Sherrod — and break down the race.
The Green Bay Packers will likely bid farewell to several veterans this offseason. Here’s a look at who could be on the move and why.
The Green Bay Packers have a decision to make at left tackle. Keep Marshall Newhouse in the starting lineup or insert veteran Chad Clifton into his old spot. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers appear to prefer the former.