J.C. Tretter started at center for the Green Bay Packers even though Corey Linsley was active on game day. Controversy? Big Mike says nothing is brewing here.
The Green Bay Packers have parted ways with former first-round pick Derek Sherrod, ending one of the most lackluster terms of a Ted Thompson draft pick in recent memory.
The Green Bay Packers made it official, placing center J.C. Tretter on injured reserve with the designation to return. He’ll miss at least the next eight games.
The Green Bay Packers are reportedly considering putting injured center J.C. Tretter on injured reserve with the designation to return. Expect him to be out for a while.
Green Bay Packers center J.C. Tretter has a knee injury and it doesn’t sound good. Corey Linsley will get the nod in the middle for now. Uh oh.
They didn’t start off so hot, but it looks like both center J.C. Tretter and receiver Davante Adams are going to be just fine for the Green Bay Packers this year.
Is J.C. Tretter the Green Bay Packers latest mistake at the center position? So far in camp, it looks that way. Good thing it’s still early.
The Green Bay Packers starting center in 2014 is going to be J.C. Tretter. That is, unless the kid falls flat on his face. The Packers are handing him the job.
The Green Bay Packers have plenty of holes to fill for the 2014 season and they’re going to need some young guys to step into starting roles. Here are seven who could.
The Green Bay Packers have activated rookie offensive lineman J.C. Tretter from the PUP list. To do so, they placed receiver Myles White on injured reserve.
Tackle J.C. Tretter broke his ankle during OTAs on Monday and will miss six months. You know the Green Bay Packers are playing when guys are getting injured. The injury will probably cost Tretter the season.