The first day of free agency of 2017 is like none I can remember for the Green Bay Packers. Usually, it's quiet. Not so this year, but not in a good way.
Center J.C. Tretter is leaving the Green Bay Packers for a big payday and a junior varsity football team. That's free agency, folks!
The Green Bay Packers are going to have serious competition for free agent center J.C. Tretter. That likely signals the end of the line for him in Green Bay.
The Green Bay Packers enter the offseason with two big free agent priorities. Here are the 2017 Green Bay Packers' free agents, who will be back and who won't.
The Green Bay Packers finally made a move with injured center J.C. Tretter and they shored up their wide receiver depth in the process. They must be worried.
The Green Bay Packers have been without starting center J.C. Tretter since week 7. He appeared close to returning, until he didn't. Now the news is worse.
The Green Bay Packers have their cleanest injury report in a while for their matchup with the Minnesota Vikings. Four are questionable, including Randall Cobb.
Green Bay Packers right guard T.J. Lang confirmed the reason he's been sidelined is because of a broken foot, but he hopes to play on Sunday.
The Green Bay Packers took the expected step of activating center Corey Linsley from the physically unable to perform list on Saturday. Here's the situation.
It appears center J.C. Tretter, arguably the Green Bay Packers' best offensive lineman, will be replaced by former starter Corey Linsley this week.
After signing David Bakhtiari to an extension, the Green Bay Packers have 10 players headed toward free agency in 2017. Here's how we see the priority list.
That would explain why center Corey Linsley has been sidelined for the entirety of training camp. The injury may cost Linsley more than just a starting job.
The Green Bay Packers made it official on Monday. J.C. Tretter is again the team's starting center, replacing Corey Linsley. It was the right move.
The Green Bay Packers need to address their offensive line early in this year's draft. They have two very good reasons to do. Here they are.
Before we look ahead, we're going to take one last look back at the Green Bay Packers' 2015 season. These are the failures that cost the Packers another shot.