As I write early on Wednesday afternoon, some names familiar to Packers fans are nervously waiting for the phone to ring. At quarterback, the scuttlebutt is that the Cardinals are offering Brett Hundley a 1-year ...
Go ahead and breathe a sigh of relief. Tackle Marshall Newhouse is no longer the Green Bay Packers' problem. He's signed with the Cincinnati Bengals.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy confirmed that David Bakhtiari will remain at left tackle when Bryan Bulaga returns. Also, Marshall Newhouse is gone!
Leave it to someone from Bleacher Report to make the idiotic statement that Marshall Newhouse is one of the better tackles in the NFL. We show the truth!
The Green Bay Packers have a boatload of free agents entering the 2014 offseason. Here's who they are and their prospects for the future in Green Bay.
It looks like the Green Bay Packers will be forced to use Marshall Newhouse as their starting right tackle again. Newhouse says he's going to redeem himself for last week's awful performance.
They won't say the competition is over, but the Green Bay Packers look like they've settled on Don Barclay as their starting right tackle. Sorry, Marshall.
We''ll call it what it was. The Green Bay Packers sucked balls in dropping their preseason opener to the Arizona Cardinals and we're here to point fingers.
Bryan Bulaga suffered a knee injury during the Green Bay Packers Family Night scrimmage and the team thinks it could end his season. Turds!
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.
Mike McCarthy is mixing things up at OTAs and the Green Bay Packers are responding by getting physical and competing. That seems like a good thing.
David Bakhtiari looks like he might have a legitimate shot to start for the Green Bay Packers as a rookie. The team will throw him into the mix at right tackle.
The Green Bay Packers are addressing their left tackle position -- with right tackle Bryan Bulaga. They're also moving left guard Josh Sitton. Maybe this will solve all those problems.
We know which areas the Green Bay Packers think they're lacking in by looking at their draft. That means these guys are on notice. The losers and the winners after the weekend of madness.
Aaron Rodgers isn't talking about his contract, but he is talking about his offensive linemen. It's clear who he thinks sucks. Rhymes with Aturday and Ewhouse.
The Green Bay Packers want to improve their offensive line in 2013. Essentially, that will mean finding a way to replace Marshall Newhouse as a starter, according to Mike McCarthy.