The Green Bay Packers finally got the memo that free agency started and it came only two days late. That’s right, on day three they actually called someone’s agent. Of course, then they followed up by doing nothing.
Finally, things are beginning to slow down. The big prize, defensive end Mario Williams, finally signed a contract. Here’s a look at the few other notable signings and where the Green Bay Packers stand.
The madness continues! Day two of free agency is just as stupid as day one, if not more so. We’ve got some news on the Green Bay Packers free agents, along with the important moves from around the league. Hey, the Minnesota Vikings killed it today.
The Chicago Bears made the bold move of trading for receiver Brandon Marshall. Oh, by the way, he may have punched some broad in the face last Sunday. Smooth move Chicago. Here’s the rundown.
The first day of free agency was typical — a bunch of idiots threw money at players who will never live up to their contracts. Surprisingly, there were also some smart moves made. Here’s a look at the NFL’s annual clusterfuck, day one.
Green Bay Packers defensive end Mike Neal has been suspended for the first four games of the 2012 season. Is it too early to consider this guy a bust? We ponder the question.
The Chicago Bears are relevant again. Chicago traded two third-round picks to Miami for receiver Brandon Marshall, addressing one of their weakest positions and reuniting one of the best quarterback/receiver combos in the NFL.
The Green Bay Packers are expected to sit on the sidelines when free agency begins today, which should come as no surprise. Here’s a look at which of their own free agents are likely to be back and who’s likely to sign elsewhere.
The Green Bay Packers are currently under the salary cap, but don’t have a lot of wiggle room. Here’s how they might create more space and what they might do with it.
We take a look at Green Bay Packers defensive tackle B.J. Raji’s regression from 2010 to 2011 and what it meant for the team. We also look at how the Packers might reverse the course.
Green Bay Packers receiver Greg Jennings is at it again. He was in Austin this weekend for SXSW Interactive, where he talked fantasy football and ate with Kobayashi. Here’s a look.
The Minnesota Vikings would like to be able to play up to four regular season “home” games away from home. We’re pretty sure we know why. Here’s the answer.
We all rejoiced when Brett Favre joined Twitter. We loved all of his homespun wisdom. Alas, it was all for naught. Favre’s people revealed the account was hacked earlier this week and they’re powerless to do anything about it. Idiots.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers thinks highly of his backup and soon-to-be free agent Matt Flynn. At least that’s what he tried to convey this week. His comments make Flynn sound pretty average though.
Former Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre is a fountain of knowledge. Just check out his Twitter account. We bring you the best of Brett Favre on Twitter.
Green Bay Packers linebacker A.J. Hawk talked about why he had such a shitty year in 2011, Thursday. You’ll never guess what his explanation is. We’re sure it will make you pretty happy, though.
Running back Ryan Grant will be a free agent and the Green Bay Packers are content to let him test the market. We look at the possibility of his return and whether it even matters.
The Green Bay Packers have a big question mark at left tackle. The Arizona Cardinals may well have to release theirs — Levi Brown — in a salary cap move. We’re here to connect the dots.
You didn’t know it, but Peyton Manning’s release by the Indianapolis Colts is relevant to the Green Bay Packers. Here’s how, along with the top five potential destinations for the quarterback.
Aaron Rodgers and Desmond Bishop took in the Milwaukee Bucks game Monday night. Miss America Laura Kaeppeler was also on hand. No word if Rodgers asked her out, but here are some photos of the action.