The Green Bay Packers will have cornerback Demetri Goodson back in 2018 (unless they finally release him). Goodson's contract was pushed back a year because of time spent on the PUP.
Reggie Gilbert -- a guy we loved in training camp -- is now on the Green Bay Packers' active roster. He takes the place of Demetri Goodson. So long!
The Green Bay Packers have decided that cornerback Kevin King's season is over. They have activated cornerback Demetri Goodson from the PUP.
The long-awaited return of Demetri Goodson to the Green Bay Packers' roster is nearly here. The cornerback will be activated this week.
Here's the guy back on the practice field we never thought should be on the team. But the Green Bay Packers have a decision to make about Demetri Goodson.
The Green Bay Packers have opened training camp and they've done so with two players on the physically unable to perform list. Not unexpected news.
Cornerback Demetri Goodson is still on the Green Bay Packers' roster. Did you know that? This year might finally be the end of the line, though.
The Green Bay Packers' secondary is the weakest link on a team that's full of them. How bad are they? This illustrates how and why they're failing.
Green Bay Packers cornerback Demetri Goodson suffered one of the most gruesome knee injuries you'll ever see. Wanna see it? Of course you do!
The Green Bay Packers could be down to two healthy corners this week. Here are the options for how that scenario might play out. Time for more Josh Hawkins?
The Green Bay Packers have activated two suspended players, Mike Pennel and Demetri Goodson. The latter move is probably more about necessity than anything.
The Green Bay Packers released quarterback Joe Callahan on Thursday. He was the feel good story of the summer, but the Packers have to activate someone.
It's the Green Bay Packers backups vs. the Kansas City Chiefs backups. There's still plenty on the line for these guys right here, though.
If you were expecting details from Mike Pennel and Demetri Goodson about their suspensions, you'll be disappointed. Here's what they did say, though.
The Green Bay Packers need to accomplish some pretty clear objectives in this year's draft. The release of Nate Palmer played into that. We investigate.