In order for the Green Bay Packers to beat the Atlanta Falcons some things need to change. Here are two players that need to step up and one that needs to go.
We're halfway through what has been a disappointing season for the Green Bay Packers so far. Here's a look at the best and worst at the halfway point.
The Green Bay Packers have signed 18 undrafted free agents. Here's who they are and what you need to know about each of them. Who's the next diamond in the rough?
The Green Bay Packers added a second tackle in the 2016 draft, taking Stanford's Kyle Murphy in the sixth round. There's some stuff to like here.
The Green Bay Packers went receiver in the fifth round with Cal's Trevor Davis. The guy can fly, but this pick makes little to no sense for a number of reasons.
The Green Bay Packers grabbed Northwestern defensive end Dean Lowry at the end of the fourth round. He fits the mold, but it looks like the Packers reached.
The Green Bay Packers got their outside linebacker in the fourth round with Stanford's Blake Martinez. Just one problem. He's exactly like their other ILBs.
The Green Bay Packers drafted outside linebacker Kyler Fackrell in the third round. He has pass rush potential, but also does two other interesting things well.
The Green Bay Packers traded up in the second round of the draft to choose Indiana left tackle Jason Spriggs. Surprised? You shouldn't be. This was logical.
Well, the Green Bay Packers have outsmarted all of us again. They chose UCLA nose tackle Kenny Clark despite having their pick of a who's who.
It's just a rumor, but it goes like this. The Green Bay Packers want to upgrade at left tackle and move David Bakhtiari inside to guard. We can see why.
Everyone seems to love the idea of the Green Bay Packers drafting Reggie Ragland. It has come to light that he has an enlarged aorta. What does that mean?
[tps_header][/tps_header] The Green Bay Packers will choose at No. 27 in the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft Thursday evening, barring a trade. We’re going to whip back in time real quick to see ...
There have been inquiries about the Green Bay Packers' first-round pick. What is that pick worth and who does a trade make sense with? Here's the answer.
The Green Bay Packers have strayed slightly from their usual formula with pre-draft visits in 2016. Not all of them are guys who are going to go undrafted.
The Green Bay Packers may have a couple intriguing options to give up their first-round pick and acquire some additional picks. Here's how it would go down.