Not everyone the Green Bay Packers cut yesterday remains out of work. Five guys were claimed on waivers, including running back Alex Green.
The Green Bay Packers annual parade of guys to injured reserve will begin with running back DuJuan Harris. Harris’ injured knee will cost him the season.
It seems pretty clear. The Green Bay Packers will open the season with Eddie Lacy as their No. 1 back and DuJuan Harris as No. 2. But what of the rest?
Got an NFL football team and need a running back? You can probably get Alex Green from the Green Bay Packers for cheap. If you even want him, anyway.
We”ll call it what it was. The Green Bay Packers sucked balls in dropping their preseason opener to the Arizona Cardinals and we’re here to point fingers.
DuJuan Harris hasn’t practiced at all yet in training camp, but Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy says he’s the team’s starting running back.
Alex Green sits atop the Green Bay Packers depth chart at running back entering training camp and says he’s healthy for the first time in over a year.
Mike McCarthy is in the business of making guarantees now. He says the Green Bay Packers running game will be better in 2013. Can we fire him if he’s wrong?
Aaron Rodgers really likes the Green Bay Packers offense, despite the loss of a couple receivers. He isn’t so high on all of the team’s running backs though.
The Green Bay Packers are back to it. Here’s what we’ve learned from this week’s version of OTAs, including who’s impressing and who’s standing around.
Alex Green ain’t mad, bro. In fact, he’s happy the Green Bay Packers went out and drafted two running backs to take his job. He’s healthy and ready to go for the first time in a while.
We know which areas the Green Bay Packers think they’re lacking in by looking at their draft. That means these guys are on notice. The losers and the winners after the weekend of madness.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy is committed to running back DuJuan Harris in 2013, but not anyone else. The rest of the Packers runners are on notice, which means the backfield could look a lot different this season.
The Green Bay Packers beat the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday and found their running game. Unfortunately, their injury problems continued to mount.
The Green Bay Packers and Jacksonville Jaguars — here’s what to watch for, including a Jarrett Boykin sighting, a big game by Alex Green and a blowout.
The version of the Green Bay Packers we like showed up on Sunday and subsequently ran over the St. Louis Rams, 30-20. Here’s how it went down.
We take a look back at the Green Bay Packers big win over the Houston Texans. The Packers still have something to prove and Randall Cobb is the offense.
The signs were all there, but offensive coordinator Tom Clements’ comments seem to make it official — the Green Bay Packers running-back-by-committee approach is gone.
The Green Bay Packers running game, much like their game plan, was atrocious on Sunday. Here’s the issue and how the Packers stack up with other pass-happy teams.
A look at the Green Bay Packers 24-3 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs in the final preseason game of 2012. Here’s who stood out and who didn’t, who earned a roster spot and who’s getting cut.