Former Green Bay Packers defensive end and linebacker Mike Neal has reinvented himself. Where are they now? Well, Michael Neal -- no longer Mike -- is slinging homes down in Tampa, Florida.
Even though everyone else in the league's drug investigation has been cleared, former Packer Mike Neal is still be investigated. Predictable. Here's why.
It was much ado about nothing as we expected. The NFL cleared Green Bay Packers linebackers Clay Matthews and Julius Peppers of any drug activity today.
Former Packers linebacker Mike Neal's situation just keeps getting weirder. He will now speak to the NFL about PEDs. He might be getting another suspension.
The standoff between the NFL and NFLPA over these drug investigations is at a stand off and Clay Matthews and Julius Peppers are in the middle of it. Now, an ultimatum.
Packers linebackers Julius Peppers and Clay Matthews appear to be eager to clear their names. All players in the "drug ring" investigation are willing to talk.
The NFL is coming after Green Bay Packers linebackers Clay Matthews and Julius Peppers for drug allegations and they're coming on the first day of camp.
The NFL sure seems like it wants this to just go away, but when pressed, claim they are still investigating players tied to a drug ring by Al Jazeera, including Julius Peppers and Clay Matthews.
There seems to be more going on with this Mike Neal story than meets the eye. We know he never got an offer from the Green Bay Packers. That was the right move.
We've seen this scenario play out before. Free agent linebacker Mike Neal has suggested he hasn't heard anything from the Green Bay Packers. Not surprising.
If you were wondering why Mike Neal hasn't signed yet, it's because Mike Neal isn't any good. He has had some visits though. Would someone please sign him?
The Green Bay Packers moved Datone Jones to outside linebacker midseason and he was good at it, but they refused to play him. That needs to change in 2016.
The Green Bay Packers have an undistinguished list of free agents entering the 2016 offseason. Here's our best bet at who stays and who goes.
The Green Bay Packers are beat up, as evidenced by their Friday injury report, which has five guys questionable. The furthest appears to be David Bakhtiari.
We've compiled the top Green Bay Packers stories from 2015 by month based on traffic. What were people interested in reading? You'll be surprised.
The three Green Bay Packers linked to an performance-enhancing drug ring by Al Jazeera have denied any wrongdoing. Well, mostly anyway.