Everyone was ticked off at the time, but the Green Bay Packers apparently got rid of guards Josh Sitton and T.J. Lang before they became complete injury wrecks.
The Chicago Bears are moving on without guard Josh Sitton. Could this prompt a reunion with the Green Bay Packers? It's hard to see that happening, but it does make some sense.
The Green Bay Packers have made some questionable decisions in structuring contracts lately. The test of whether they've learned anything might be Davante Adams.
The Green Bay Packers running game goes beyond just the running backs on the roster. There are other reasons to think the running game is in big trouble.
Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson has made some great draft picks. We'll tell you the best. Unfortunately, there's been only one since 2008.
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman must love the Green Bay Packers. He's always hamming it up with them during the Pro Bowl. See here.
Chicago Bears guard Josh Sitton will be facing his former Green Bay Packers teammates for the first time. Just another game? Sure, Josh.
The happiest and saddest players currently in the NFL, in our estimation, have ties to the Green Bay Packers. One is on the team and one is in Chicago.
Guard Josh Sitton is no more with the Green Bay Packers and unfortunately, neither is his cheeseburger. It seems like this all could have been avoided.
As we watched the Green Bay Packers play in week 1 the topic of conversation, other than the game itself, was often Josh Sitton. There was plenty of speculation as to what ultimately got him ...
Mike McCarthy won't talk about releasing Josh Sitton. Neither will Ted Thompson. Thompson's comments seem to suggest it was McCarthy's choice though.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy has again demonstrated that he will not be questioned or accountable. His ego is the biggest obstacle for the Packers.
The Green Bay Packers enter the 2016 season as a different team than we thought. We'll breakdown the aftermath of cutdown day and look forward to week 1.
Unlike Brett Favre before him, guard Josh Sitton insists he's not trying to stick it to the Green Bay Packers by signing with a division rival. We're not so sure.