The Green Bay Packers would love to host the NFL Draft. Too bad that isn't going to happen anytime soon. Mark Murphy knows it and we know it.
Just as it does every year, the cost for attending a Green Bay Packers game will increase. Here's the latest excuse and what fans think about it.
There seems to be convincing evidence that Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson is losing it. It's time for Mark Murphy to rectify his mistake.
Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy, like coach Mike McCarthy, has a strange definition of success. That does not surprise us at all.
Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy says he has not chosen anyone to replace Ted Thompson as general manager. Nor will he.
Billy Joel is coming to Green Bay and the Packers have decided he should own part of the team. Great job, Mark Murphy, you tool.
What constitutes success? We have a pretty simple definition. Unfortunately, the Green Bay Packers don't and not everyone agrees with its definition.
The Green Bay Packers are run by Mark Murphy, Ted Thompson, Mike McCarthy and Dom Capers. Have the Big Four become hidebound? That and other questions.
It's been suggested that the Green Bay Packers will be active in free agency this year. We find that laughable, but perhaps Mark Murphy is pushing this directive.
Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy has lowered the bar for on-field success. If you'd like to see change with the Packers, it has to start with Murphy.
The Green Bay Packers are bad, but don't worry. No one will be held accountable for this season's failure. At least not at this juncture, which is BS.
The Green Bay Packers offense has been failing for around a year now, but don't ever question Mike McCarthy about that. He's beyond reproach.
The Green Bay Packers organization has been silent about the threat of suspension for Clay Matthews and Julius Peppers. Where's the outrage, we wonder?
The NFLPA doesn't think much of Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy's plan to ditch one preseason game for a 17-game regular season. Great posturing, guys.
Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy is not a fan of the NFL's preseason, saying four games are too many. He floated an interesting idea to change that.
Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy has been ringing the bell for player safety whenever he can. Why? Because it's about popularity, i.e. money, dummy!
The NFL is hell bent on playing games in China. They'd like to be there by 2018. The Green Bay Packers want nothing to do with that, for obvious reasons.
Our favorite Green Bay Packer boss ever, Mark Murphy, just might find himself on a game ticket next year, thanks to his beating out my ass as our submission.
Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy says the team will not overspend on free agents. He's partially right. They'll just overspend for their own.
Ah, yes. We love it when our old pal Ginger Gap Tooth talks about things like character and insults our intelligence. Here's Mark Murphy doing just that.