The start of training camp for Green Bay Packers was overshadowed by the announcement that six players would start it on the PUP list. That raises more questions.
The Green Bay Packers appear to have plenty of speed at the receiver position. Now they just need to utilize it. How? Break out some trickery.
The Green Bay Packers appear to have their strongest pass rush in years. They'll be led by Clay Matthews, but the group could hit higher sack totals than ever.
Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews is 30 and entering his eighth NFL season. Is the end near? Not if the rest of his family is any indication.
Throwaways, dropped passes and more. These things were unusually high for the Green Bay Packers in 2015. They'll look to correct that this season.
Is Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy the next great power back in the NFL? He can be. Just look at this list of jokers he can pass if he's motivated.
The Green Bay Packers are wasting Aaron Rodgers' best years. Right? Maybe. Maybe not. Rodgers' career trajectory is actually better than Tom Brady's.
The Green Bay Packers and New England Patriots are the active leaders with seven consecutive postseason berths. That puts them two from the all-time record.
The shitbag Minnesota Vikings are cutting the ribbon on the goddam Hormel Chili Dome today. In two months, they'll get thrashed by the Green Bay Packers there.
Many people think that just because Davante Adams was a second-round pick, that gets him a roster spot. We believe otherwise. Put up or shut up, dick!
What does an unheralded receiver expected to make a huge push for playing time do on his summer vacation? If you're Jeff Janis, you find new ways to workout.
The Green Bay Packers have long lacked a great tackler at inside linebacker. That might change this year with the arrival of Blake Martinez.
We're comparing similar running backs to Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy, current and historical, to get an idea of what Lacy should weigh and what he should produce.
New kickoff rules, new decision to make on kickoffs. Should the Green Bay Packers or any NFL team try kicking high and short? The stats give the answer.
Looking at the notable players the Green Bay Packers have decided to move on from in recent seasons, it's hard to find much fault. Most haven't fared well.
All eyes will again be on running back Eddie Lacy when the Green Bay Packers open training camp. The thing is, his weight should never have been an issue.