We thought we had seen the last of Adrian Peterson in a Minnesota Vikings uniform. Well, not so fast. The Vikings, where character is optional, now expect Peterson to return.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was having a grand old time standing up in one of his boy’s weddings recently. Here’s QB1 looking sharp!
The Chicago Bears have a decision to make at the quarterback position. Thus far, the new regime is not committing to the great Jay Cutler, but what other options do they have?
It will be decided this week whether Green Bay Packers defensive tackle Letroy Guion gets to keep $190,000 in cash and his $60,000 truck or if it goes to Starke PD. We smell bullshit.
The Green Bay Packers have parted ways with receiver Kevin Dorsey. The former seventh-round pick joins tight end Brandon Bostick in getting released this week.
Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews is a daddy. Casey Noble gave birth to Matthews’ first child early this week. And this is what you might call a complex situation.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers likes blowjobs as much as the next guy, we assume. We never thought we’d see him getting one though. He allegedly is doing just that right here.
We knew receiver Randall Cobb was going to get a huge contract and now we have a number. Cobb is reportedly seeking $9 million annually and he’ll likely get it.
The Green Bay Packers have parted ways with tight end Brandon Bostick. We’ll look at why they released the once-promising player. Hint: It’s not the onside kick.
Brett Favre took some time out of his busy schedule of making demands to catch some sweet volleyball action over the weekend. He probably made some demands there too.
The Green Bay Packers will keep free agents Randall Cobb and Bryan Bulaga. We’re not basing this on any inside information. Just plain old common sense.
Davon House doesn’t sound like a guy who’s looking to return to the Green Bay Packers in 2015. House says his No. 1 priority is getting a starting job.
Leave it to the Minnesota Vikings to provide us with the hearty laugh we needed today. It’s too easy to make fun of these jokers, when they’re serving up stuff like this.
The date was Feb. 10, 1992 when the Green Bay Packers acquired quarterback Brett Favre from the Atlanta Falcons. The trade spawned this headline back in the day.
Part of the impetus for Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy giving up offensive play-calling duties was to be able to focus more on special teams. That was a theme in his comments.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is the target of the paparazzi in Los Angeles, while his lady, Olivia Munn gets ignored. Rodgers is not amused.
Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh in Green Bay? Suh is a free agent, but the idea seems preposterous to us. Well, not to this clearly insane guy.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy made it official today. He passed the play-calling baton to Tom Clements and announced his 2015 coaching staff, which is quite a bit different from his 2014 coaching staff.
In their search for some new blood in the defensive coaching ranks, the Green Bay Packers interviewed Wisconsin Badgers defensive coordinator Dave Aranda. Good for the Badgers he didn’t get the job.
Brett Favre is now more or less demanding that the Packers Hall of Fame move his induction ceremony inside Lambeau Field so that fans can attend. You go, Lord Favre.