Oh, good. The Green Bay Packers are keeping the door open for the potential return of inside linebacker A.J. Hawk. We are just overjoyed by this news.
It’s unclear where the Green Bay Packers stand with cornerback Tramon Williams. The Seattle Seahawks may just play a role in whether he returns or not.
Green Bay Packers cornerback Jarrett Bush was arrested last weekend and that requires a public apology in this day and age. So, here is said apology.
The Minnesota Vikings and Adrian Peterson have officially become a soap opera. The Vikings’ coach and GM flew to meet Peterson on Wednesday and give him big hugs.
Defensive tackle Letroy Guion has agreed to a plea deal in his drug possession case, in which he’ll avoid jail time. The deal should also clear the path for his return to the Green Bay Packers.
The Green Bay Packers are reportedly offering Randall Cobb a contract around $9 million annually. However, he isn’t biting because he knows he’ll get more on the open market.
Meeting Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler — one of the real thrills in life. Go ahead and try to contain your excitement, junior.
We have found the worst bobblehead in at least the history of Green Bay Packers bobbleheads. It’s the Clay Matthews bobblehead and it his an embarrassment.
Brett Favre was the gunslinger on the field. He’s a killer off it. Just put a rifle in his hand and let him run loose in the woods. He’ll kill something!
Green Bay Packers' castoff Brad Jones has a new team. The Philadelphia Eagles, for some reason, gave Jones a two-year deal on Monday. And you thought they couldn't get worse.
Green Bay Packers cornerback Jarrett Bush did get arrested over the weekend, but it turns out it was all much ado about nothing. Bush will not be charged.
The NFL’s salary cap is increasing by $10 million in 2015, which means the Green Bay Packers have more than $30 to spend, if they so choose. Here’s how that money gets used.
Green Bay Packers cornerback Jarrett Bush got arrested over the weekend for public intoxication. Does this hurt his chances with the Packers? We doubt it.
The Green Bay Packers organization has come up with a totally shitty compromise to let fans be part of Brett Favre’s induction into the Packers Hall. Fans, predictably, aren’t happy.
It’s the question of the greatest Green Bay Packers quarterback of all time. The answer is simple or it should be, but not to the clowns who voted on this.
The Green Bay Packers plan on re-signing defensive tackle B.J. Raji, according to a report. And why not? They pretty much have nothing to lose in doing so.
The Green Bay Packers have come up with a solution to let fans attend Brett Favre’s induction into the Packers Hall of Fame. It’s a shitty solution, but a solution nonetheless.
Earlier this week, there was a report the Green Bay Packers would let Randall Cobb test the free agent market. Cobb was quick to throw some doubt on that.
Former Green Bay Packers tight end Brandon Bostick has a theory on why the team cut him. It has nothing to do with his own failures as a player, of course.
The Green Bay Packers don’t appear as interested in re-signing receiver Randall Cobb as they used to be. Cobb will reportedly be allowed to test the market, which means a likely departure from Green Bay.