Who the Packers put on the field against the Vikings should give us fans a fair idea of who’s up and who’s down in the minds of the coaching staff as we head toward the ...
At age 36, Tramon Williams – who took all 73 defensive snaps – is in a generation all his own on the Green Bay defense. From there we had (age, with snaps in parentheses): 27 ...
NFL Network reporter Mike Garafolo recently dropped this bombshell on Twitter: #Packers are releasing DL Mike Daniels, source says. Wowza. — Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) July 24, 2019 The #Packers explored a trade of Mike Daniels, ...
Even if the Packers’ passing prowess continues on its slow but steady descent, my prior post (Packers Are Undergoing a Seismic Adjustment Period, 4/29) theorized that a new focus on the run game could still ...
One final look at the usual buffoonery that was the Green Bay Packers' 24-17 loss to those scumbag Minnesota Vikings. Hey, Kenny Clark is boss!
Green Bay Packers defensive end Dean Lowry has arrived. After scoring his first touchdown the big man was named the NFC defensive player of the week.
Green Bay Packers defensive end Dean Lowry got the first touchdown of his NFL career on Sunday. And then the Lambeau Leap, which he's still trying to do.
The Green Bay Packers killed the Seattle Seahawks and we've got five more points of interest from this one. The MVP is back and the D is rounding into form.
The Green Bay Packers look like they'll be going into week 1 with rookie Dean Lowry starting at defensive end. That's not how it was supposed to go.
It's the Green Bay Packers dress rehearsal. Or so we've been told. Here's who we'll be watching when the team faces the San Francisco 49ers Friday night.
On this week's Total Packers podcast, the boys discuss the Green Bay Packers preseason opener and several positions of concern. Here's where to get it.
Defensive line is the weak spot for the Green Bay Packers. That has become clear. It's the one position that could derail the entire season for the Packers.
The Green Bay Packers have come to terms with the second member of their 2016 draft class, fourth-round pick Dean Lowry. Here are the details.
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.