The Green Bay Packers lost inside linebacker Sam Barrington for the season. Would they consider bringing back Desmond Bishop? We explore that possibility.
Desmond Bishop is not having a good go of it lately. He gets cut by the Packers, has to sign with the Vikings and now his Super Bowl jersey is gone.
Apparently, the Green Bay Packers released Desmond Bishop because they are so "deep" and have so many "athletic" guys. And just listen to how everyone bought in.
Desmond Bishop says one of the reasons he signed with the loser Minnesota Vikings is so he could play against former teammate Aaron Rodgers. Good move?
Desmond Bishop will join the list of former Green Bay Packers who became Minnesota Vikings. Bishop has reportedly signed a one-year deal with the Queens.
Desmond Bishop has reportedly narrowed his choice of teams to two -- the Minnesota Vikings and Kansas City Chiefs. Bishop will visit the Chiefs today.
Desmond Bishop is more motivated than he's ever been after being released by the Green Bay Packers. Of course, he's visiting the Minnesota Vikings first.
Our nightmare is about to become a reality. The Green Bay Packers have told inside linebacker Desmond Bishop they will release him. Totally brilliant move.
The Green Bay Packers are still trying to trade inside linebacker Desmond Bishop. If they can't, they may release him. Our A.J. Hawk nightmare will live on.
Are the Green Bay Packers phasing Desmond Bishop out? They might be. One thing we know is he won't be handed his starting spot back.
Who's doing what, who's back from injury and who's a no-show for the Green Bay Packers at OTAs? We've got those answers and more right here.
Green Bay Packers inside linebacker Desmond Bishop is returning from an injury that cost him all of 2012, but he has his sights set high -- defensive MVP.
Here's the surprise of the day. The Green Bay Packers are reportedly shopping inside linebacker Desmond Bishop. And yes, you read that right.
Desmond Bishop is back to full strength after missing all of last season with a torn hamstring and he has a message for the Green Bay Packers defense -- time to pick it up.
The young Desmond Bishop was all ears. Let us compare and contrast the wee version of the Green Bay Packers linebacker with the present-day version.
The Green Bay Packers have more questions than they have answers at inside linebacker. Hopefully, one of the mediocre bunch will step forward in 2013.
The Green Bay Packers managed to re-sign inside linebacker Brad Jones despite competition. That probably means they'll let him compete for a starting spot.
Want to know exactly where the Green Bay Packers stand with their 2013 salary cap and how they might create more room? You won't find more comprehensive analysis than this.
The NFL and NFLPA agreed on two rule changes, one of which allows a player to go on injured reserve and come off during the season. Unfortunately, it won't help Green Bay Packers linebacker Desmond ...
The Green Bay Packers got down to 75 players on Monday. They did so by putting Desmond Bishop on injured reserve and releasing Jarius Wynn.