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 ...
Former Green Bay Packers defensive lineman Mike Pennel has been a member of the New York Jets since the Packers cut him, right? Apparently not.
Former Green Bay Packers defensive lineman and regular substance abuser Mike Pennel is back in the league with the New York Jets. That was quick.
This week's Total Packers' podcast breaks down the big win over the New York Giants, the Packers' Jordyless future and looks ahead to the Dallas Cowboys. Plus, so long Mike Pennel.
The Green Bay Packers have made a decision on defensive tackle Mike Pennel. It's a decision Pennel probably didn't even see coming.
The Green Bay Packers will stand by Mike Pennel despite his second suspension of the season. What happens when the season is over is anyone's guess.
Green Bay Packers defensive lineman Mike Pennel settled for a four-game NFL suspension, which makes the lawsuit he filed look like a brilliant move.
That winning feeling is back for the Green Bay Packers, thanks to Aaron Rodgers and Co. That, the playoff picture and the Mike Pennel situation in this week's Total Packers podcast.
Green Bay Packers defensive lineman Mike Pennel appears headed toward another suspension, but he's taken the step to sue the NFL first.
The Green Bay Packers have activated two suspended players, Mike Pennel and Demetri Goodson. The latter move is probably more about necessity than anything.
The Green Bay Packers released quarterback Joe Callahan on Thursday. He was the feel good story of the summer, but the Packers have to activate someone.
The two most interesting position battles for the Green Bay Packers are also the biggest surprises on the team's first depth chart. Here's the breakdown.
If you were expecting details from Mike Pennel and Demetri Goodson about their suspensions, you'll be disappointed. Here's what they did say, though.
A lot of people would have you believe the Green Bay Packers' biggest need heading into the draft is defensive line. A lot of people are idiots.
Dallas Cowboys linebacker Randy Gregory was also suspended four games by the NFL. His behavior likely sheds some light on what got Mike Pennel banned.
The Green Bay Packers will be without defensive end Mike Pennel for the first four games of 2016 because of a substance abuse issue. This is becoming the norm.