The Green Bay Packers have liked quarterback DeShone Kizer since the 2017 draft. They initiated the trade talks with the Cleveland Browns. Did they want Kizer or just to dump someone else?
When the Green Bay Packers made an offer to Chicago Bears cornerback Kyle Fuller, the Bears quickly matched. Packers' GM Brian Gutekunst says the Packers didn't really think they'd land Fuller.
The Green Bay Packers have made more moves in free agency this year than they have in any recent years. It's all relative and it all will ultimately all play out when the NFL Draft ...
The debate rages on. Should the Green Bay Packers draft and develop or should they draft and play. The new regime appears to favor the latter approach, which is a shift in philosophy.
One thing has changed when it comes to free agency for the Green Bay Packers. They're connected to a lot of guys. On the other hand, another thing has not changed. The Packers still low-ball ...
Here's a possibility you may not have considered. The Green Bay Packers are using the 2018 season to rebuild for a legitimate playoff run in 2019. Their reliance on young and rookie players seems to ...
Release receiver Jordy Nelson? Some of us would say it was a move that needed to be made. Others of us would say it's a disgrace to what the Green Bay Packers have made themselves ...
Brian Gutekunst will now take your questions. Well, not your questions, but the idiots who populate the Green Bay Packers beat writers. Either way, holy shit! And Gutes says the Packers ain't done!
Let's talk about trading up in the NFL Draft. Does it work? What are the ramifications? Can the Green Bay Packers do it this year? Probably not really likely and why would that want to?
There's a new sheriff in town, apparently. While former Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson may have put up with some BS, new GM Brian Gutekunst will not. The culture is being changed.
The Green Bay Packers have some bad contracts and big cap hits with veteran players Clay Matthews, Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb. It sounds like they plan to keep them somehow anyway.
Will the Green Bay Packers be aggressive in free agency? It appears they will be more aggressive than before, but don't expect a big ticket signing.
The Green Bay Packers were awarded four compensatory draft picks for not signing anybody worth a crap in free agency. Unfortunately, they didn't go as high as we thought they would.
Free agency isn't open in the NFL just yet. However, that won't stop the endless speculation. What we know, in terms of the Green Bay Packers, is they don't have much flexibility to sign players.
After reviewing some of the Green Bay Packers' recent press conferences, it's clear that there are some fault lines among management. Here are the comments that should make you worry.
We figured there was a decent chance the Green Bay Packers and new general manager Brian Gutekunst would hire old pal Scot McCloughan. He tried, but McCloughan joined the Cleveland Browns instead.
We now know what senior advisor to football operations means. It means former Green Bay Packers' general manager Ted Thompson is nothing but a scout.
Green Bay Packers' general manager Brian Gutekunst says he won't be replacing Eliot Wolf and Alonzo Highsmith... yet. Gutekunst is rolling through the draft with what he currently has on staff.
Everyone seems to agree about one thing when it comes to the Green Bay Packers. Mark Murphy giving equal power to three guys isn't a sustainable power structure.
From a clear-cut vertical power structure to a lateral one. The Green Bay Packers' current leadership structure appears to have failure written all over it. Here's what could go wrong.