The Green Bay Packers released running back Brandon Saine today after he failed his physical. Maybe they should consider trimming more of the fat.
The Green Bay Packers will be without linebacker D.J. Smith and running back Brandon Saine for the rest of the season. Here’s what happens now.
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.
We look at the biggest surprises on the Green Bay Packers 53-man roster after the final cuts took place on Friday.
Some members of the Green Bay Packers haven’t been on the field much during training camp. That’s likely to cost them on cutdown day. Here’s a look at which veterans could face the chopping block.
The Green Bay Packers have made no effort to re-sign running back Ryan Grant and it looks likely he’ll be joining an NFC North rival, the Detroit Lions.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy wants to work rookie running back Brandon Saine into the offense more. At whose expense? Well, looking at the trends, it’s looks like Ryan Grant is on the way out.
Here’s a look at the Green Bay Packers practice squad, including how they landed there and each player’s potential.
We’re back with another look at Green Bay Packers training camp. With several veterans given the night off, the youngsters were given a chance to shine. Quarterbacks Matt Flynn and Graham Harrell stepped up, as did receiver Tori Gurley. Jarius Wynn outplayed Mike Neal, scuffles galore and more!
The Green Bay Packers have signed 15 undrafted free agents, the most intriguing of which, Shaky Smithson, led the nation in punt return average last season.