The Green Bay Packers are down to two inside linebackers after Joe Thomas signed with the Dallas Cowboys. Should we be worried about that position? Well, it depends on how you look at it.
The Green Bay Packers have non-tendered four of their controllable free agents. While it seems likely they'll be playing elsewhere, if they play at all, in 2018, this has become normal procedure for the Packers. ...
We're trying to determine if the Green Bay Packers are going all-in to try to win the Super Bowl this year. That starts with looking at free agency.
The inside linebacker position for the Green Bay Packers is dead. The writing is on the wall and may have been on the wall already, last year.
You'll be amazed at how the Green Bay Packers' inside linebackers stack up next to the rest of the league and even against their own history.
The Green Bay Packers now have inside linebacker Joe Thomas back under contract. It's a position the Packers will look for improvement from in 2017.
Per usual, the Green Bay Packers have some questions at inside linebacker. Jake Ryan continues to improve, but is that enough? Unfortunately, no.
There was a time when the Green Bay Packers should have brought Cleveland Browns left tackle Joe Thomas home. Unfortunately for Thomas, that time has passed.
The Green Bay Packers have undervalued the inside linebacker position for two long. Will they remedy that misstep? We'll soon see.
The Green Bay Packers' win over the Dallas Cowboys featured an inaccurate Aaron Rodgers, a ballin' Jared Cook and some really terrible cornerback play.
Green Bay Packers linebacker Joe Thomas pulled up with a back injury in practice this week. He's questionable for Detroit, which raises all kinds of issues.
Here are five more items worth discussing from the Green Bay Packers' 38-25 win over the Minnesota Vikings. What a glorious Christmas gift!
The Green Bay Packers killed the Seattle Seahawks and we've got five more points of interest from this one. The MVP is back and the D is rounding into form.
This has happened before, hasn't it? Yes it has and the buffoonery is similar. The Green Bay Packers drop one to the Minnesota Vikings. Five more thoughts.
It's the Green Bay Packers dress rehearsal. Or so we've been told. Here's who we'll be watching when the team faces the San Francisco 49ers Friday night.
Who's starting for the Green Bay Packers? Who's making a move? Which undrafted free agents are going to stick? Which draft pick is out? We'll answer that and more.