What happens when a sports network doesn’t know what the term “satire” means? They report that Brian Urlacher retired as a member of the Green Bay Packers.
Who’s doing what, who’s back from injury and who’s a no-show for the Green Bay Packers at OTAs? We’ve got those answers and more right here.
Jerel Worthy says he’s playing this year despite suffering a torn ACL in the 2012 season finale. We have our doubts, but we’re guessing he feels the pressure.
Current Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is lobbying for former Packers quarterback Brett Favre in the hearts and minds of the fans.
Charles Woodson signed his contract with the Oakland Raiders on Wednesday and the fans gave him a hero’s welcome. And why the hell not? Here are the photos.
The Green Bay Packers are experimenting with defensive end Mike Neal at outside linebacker. Will the experiment last? Mike Neal better hope it doesn’t.
Brian Urlacher has decided to retire from the NFL and his awesome barbed wire arm tattoo will go with him. Urlacher apparently figured out the Chicago Bears were right.
Mike McCarthy is mixing things up at OTAs and the Green Bay Packers are responding by getting physical and competing. That seems like a good thing.
Charles Woodson finally has a place to call home. After drawing virtually no interest after being cut by the Packers, Woodson has signed with the Oakland Raiders for a second tour of duty.
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.
Minnesota Vikings exec Lester Bagley is real proud of his new stadium. So proud, in fact, that he’s trash talking Green Bay Packers fans. We’ll call it The Sandcrawler Controversy.
Aaron Rodgers and Ryan Braun are opening another 8-Twelve restaurant in Milwaukee. That made us wonder how the first one is doing. Not well, it looks like, at least if you trust the customer reviews.
Bart Starr is a Green Bay Packers legend… as a player. He didn’t duplicate that success as a coach and now says the decision to coach was the biggest mistake of his life.
You want something NFL-related to do in May? You’re going to get it. The league is moving the NFL Draft from April to May. So now you’ll have nothing to do in April.
Green Bay Packers guard Josh Sitton got to rub elbows with some NASCAR guys over the weekend, including Wisconsin’s own Matt Kenseth. Here are the photos.
Green Bay Packers inside linebacker Desmond Bishop is returning from an injury that cost him all of 2012, but he has his sights set high — defensive MVP.
Surprisingly, former Detroit Lions receiver Titus Young hasn’t been arrested again… yet. However, he does have a restraining order against him for making some fairly unveiled threats.
Green Bay Packers first-round pick Datone Jones is a killer, as this imagery would suggest. Of course, he’s always got time for a horse ride.
Randall Cobb was the Green Bay Packers leading receiver in 2012, as well as their second-most important player. Well, you ain’t seen nothing yet, according to Cobb.
Green Bay Packers legends Paul Hornung and Willie Davis have a horse running in The Preakness this weekend — Titletown Five. It’s a long shot, but what the hell?