Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy is on the cover of Sports Illustrated because it’s fantasy football season. Eaaaaaaaaasy, Ed.
Linebacker Nick Perry returned to practice on Thursday — the first time he’s done anything involving football in 2014. He says he has a bright future. We have our doubts.
Cornerback Davon House has been impressive for the Green Bay Packers in training camp. Unfortunately, there isn’t much opportunity for House to move up.
The pads went on at Green Bay Packers training camp this week, with two padded practices. Here’s who’s stood out, both good and bad, and a closer look at injuries.
Is J.C. Tretter the Green Bay Packers latest mistake at the center position? So far in camp, it looks that way. Good thing it’s still early.
That joyous day that we have all pined for for so long is finally here. The Green Bay Packers have locked up general manager Ted Thompson with a shiny, new multi-year contract extension. Big Ted! Woooooooooooooo! The length or worth of the contract hasn’t been released and we don’t expect it to be. The Packers […]
Add Aaron Rodgers to the list of people who say they want tight end Jermichael Finley back with the Green Bay Packers. It still seems unlikely.
They won’t be giving him a job playing football, but the Green Bay Packers want to give Johnathan Franklin a job doing something else in the organization.
Running back DuJuan Harris met a local girl whose bike was a little too small for him to ride to practice. He didn’t let her down though.
The Green Bay Packers actually put Micah Hyde and Ha Ha Clinton-Dix on the field together today. Unfortunately, they’re still handing Morgan Burnett a starting job.
The Green Bay Packers will most likely try to extend receiver Randall Cobb’s contract next. Cobb says he’s doesn’t feel he’s done enough and he’s right.
Day one of training camp for the Green Bay Packers featured injuries. What else would you expect? It also featured big play from Casey Hayward and Jordy Nelson.
Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy says the organization is in conversations to bring Brett Favre back this year. Will it happen? We shall see.
The Green Bay Packers have signed receiver Jordy Nelson to a new four-year contract, essentially meeting his asking price of $10 million per year.
The Green Bay Packers are already piling up injuries. Both Nick Perry and Mike Neal showed up to camp injured. They’re now on the physically unable to perform list.
The Green Bay Packers are going to be playing a game in London at some point, according to Mark Murphy. That point will probably be 2016.
Jordy Nelson is seeking $10 million a year from the Green Bay Packers, which is why he doesn’t have a new deal yet. That number may mean he ends up leaving.
Remember the Green Bay Packers’ safety play in 2013? A total garbage dump. They’ll try to remedy that in 2014 by letting three guys duke it out to start.
Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy is delusional. He is confident all of the fan base will embrace Brett Favre when he returns to Lambeau this year.
One of the toughest decisions the Green Bay Packers are going to have to make during the preseason is which of their talent cornerbacks to keep around.