The 2015 NFL Draft is now 11 days away. We shift our attention to Round 2 of the draft by first taking a look at Ted Thompson’s past success in this round.
The 10th annual Packer Tailgate Tour rolled to a stop this morning. Let’s take a moment to mention some of the good things these guys did along the way.
With the NFL Draft just 12 days away, we’ll finish our focus on the Round 1 by looking at the players that everyone else is saying the Packers will take.
Chris Banjo has signed his tender offer with the Packers, which basically means he’s ready to roll. His return adds depth at safety and on special teams.
LeRoy Butler is overdue for getting his due. A member of the 1990s All Decade Team, Butler is arguably the greatest pass rushing safety in NFL history.
The Green Bay Packers 10th annual Tailgate Tour started on Tuesday and rolls through the weekend. Here is who’s involved and where they are going to be.
Green Bay Packers historian Lee Remmel has passed away at the age of 90. In case you don’t know or remember who Remmel was, we’re happy to remind you.
You’ve probably seen Clay Matthews’ beard, but we’re sure you haven’t seen it like this. The Clay Matthews beard has gotten way past out of hand. He obviously thinks he has nothing to live for.
Former Green Bay Packers defensive tackle Gilbert Brown looks like he’s slimmed down quite a bit from his playing days. Hell, he might just live to 50 now.
The Green Bay Packers have signed former Whitewater QB Matt Blanchard to be their No. 3 quarterback… at least for the time being. Blanchard maybe has a shot at the practice squad.
Green Bay Packers kicker Mason Crosby is a fan of the USMNT. He showed up at a training session in advance of their friendly with Mexico to hang with Michael Bradley.
Green Bay Packers defensive end Mike Daniels still isn’t over that loss to the Seattle Seahawks. In fact, he’s still pretty angry about it and he’s not afraid to say so.
The Green Bay Packers continue to line up impressive names for pre-draft visits. The latest list of players consists of R.J. Harris, Rodney Gunter and Joey Mbu. Who? Find out here.
Despite all evidence to the contrary, Green Bay Packers tight end Andrew Quarless thinks he’s an elite tight end. Where would he rate himself? With Rob Gronkowski.
The refrain remains the same for Green Bay Packers cornerback Casey Hayward. Despite playing as a slot corner, he insists he can start outside. We will see.
Although he’s only started seven games, inside linebacker Sam Barrington says the Green Bay Packers defense is his defense. True, unless he gets replaced.
Fullback John Kuhn is going to get what will probably be his last go-round with the Green Bay Packers. Kuhn signed a one-year deal to return to Green Bay.
The Green Bay Packers have decided to match the Oakland Raiders offer sheet for safety Sean Richardson. The deal allows the Packers retain a core special teamer.
The Green Bay Packers will look to rebuild their special teams from the ground up this offseason with many of the past pieces of the puzzle now gone.
The recent departure of Tramon Williams and Davon House has thrown the door wide open for Demetri Goodson to shine or bust. Goodson says- Bring it On.