It was a surprise when the Green Bay Packers released Don Barclay. Probably to Barclay, as well. He didn't say anything until three days later.
The Green Bay Packers did some tinkering, signing receiver Max McCaffrey to their practice squad and releasing veteran lineman Don Barclay.
The Green Bay Packers finally got around to doing what they planned on doing with Ahmad Brooks. Naturally, that necessitated a roster move. That move is Don Barclay.
A lot of people seem concerned about what the Green Bay Packers are going to do at right guard. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers isn't among them.
The Green Bay Packers agreed to terms with backup guard Don Barclay on the first day of free agency, which probably is a good indication of something else.
If there's any good news in the Green Bay Packers re-signing offensive lineman Don Barclay, it's that they can cut him at any time. Linebacker Lerentee McCray got a similar deal.
If you're like all of us, then you'll be overjoyed at the news that tackle Don Barclay is being re-signed by the Green Bay Packers. Great move, guys!
Do many free agent backup offensive linemen who aren't very good get national advertising deals? No? Well, Don Barclay has broken the mold once again.
If, like us, Green Bay Packers backup offensive lineman Don Barclay is the last guy you'd expect to see in a national ad campaign, prepare to have your mind blown.
Right tackle Don Barclay was awful against the San Francisco 49ers. Not his fault says Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy. He blames his staff.
No one is overreacting. Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy spoke to the surprising play of cornerback Quinten Rollins and tackle Don Barclay, Saturday.
The Green Bay Packers will have tackle Don Barclay back for the 2015 season. Barclay signed his restricted free agent tender on Thursday. Deep offensive line.
The Green Bay Packers have tendered three of their restricted or exclusive rights free agents. Those players are Don Barclay, Sean Richardson and Chris Banjo.
Offensive lineman Don Barclay went down with a knee injury during practice on Tuesday. It didn't look good, but not all is lost if it's a long-term injury.
Don Barclay started at right tackle for the Green Bay Packers last season. He'll be replaced there by Bryan Bulaga this season. Right? Well, maybe not. So says Mike McCarthy.
The Green Bay Packers have finally made it official. David Bakhtiari will stay at left tackle and Bryan Bulaga will move back to right. So what becomes of Don Barclay?
They won't say the competition is over, but the Green Bay Packers look like they've settled on Don Barclay as their starting right tackle. Sorry, Marshall.
Don Barclay is back in the mix at right tackle after Friday's game. Barclay performed well, while Marshall Newhouse was his usual underwhelming self.
If things keep going this way, Marshall Newhouse will probably be the Green Bay Packers starting right tackle. That's because Don Barclay is playing center.
The Green Bay Packers opened voluntary offseason workouts on Monday. What did we learn? Offensive lineman Don Barclay is still the fattest guy on the team.