The Green Bay Packers starting center in 2014 is going to be J.C. Tretter. That is, unless the kid falls flat on his face. The Packers are handing him the job.
The Green Bay Packers will be starting their fourth different center in the last four years in 2014. Evan Dietrich-Smith is off to Tampa Bay.
The Green Bay Packers appear to be poised to lose starting center Evan Dietrich-Smith to the New York Giants. Word is EDS will sign with New York today.
The Green Bay Packers have plenty of holes to fill for the 2014 season and they're going to need some young guys to step into starting roles. Here are seven who could.
The Green Bay Packers have activated rookie offensive lineman J.C. Tretter from the PUP list. To do so, they placed receiver Myles White on injured reserve.
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.
It wouldn't be football season if the Green Bay Packers didn't have a bunch of guys injured. The team already has seven players on the PUP list, including Mike Neal.
Tackle J.C. Tretter broke his ankle during OTAs on Monday and will miss six months. You know the Green Bay Packers are playing when guys are getting injured. The injury will probably cost Tretter the ...
The Green Bay Packers selection of Datone Jones in the first round was about getting faster. That, and other draft notes from a wild weekend.
The Green Bay Packers grabbed another offensive lineman -- Cornell guard J.C. Tretter -- with their second fourth-round pick. Here's what we know.