Green Bay Packers safety Morgan Burnett missed his second day of practice in a row on Thursday and coach Mike McCarthy says he concerned.
Green Bay Packers safety Morgan Burnett has been bitten by the injury bug. Burnett has an injured calf, but it doesn't sound too serious.
Well, that was a barn burner! The Green Bay Packers escaped the Miami Dolphins with a 27-24 win. Here are five more thoughts to put the game in perspective.
The Green Bay Packers demolished the Minnesota Vikings on Thursday night. Here are five more thoughts on the game, with kudos for some clowns that don't usually get them.
Green Bay Packers safeties coach Darren Perry has confirmed that Morgan Burnett will be starting at safety for the team this year. We're real pleased.
Morgan Burnett is injured. Again. That means the Green Bay Packers will start the tandem we all want to see, Micah Hyde and Ha Ha Clinton-Dix at safety.
The Green Bay Packers actually put Micah Hyde and Ha Ha Clinton-Dix on the field together today. Unfortunately, they're still handing Morgan Burnett a starting job.
Remember the Green Bay Packers' safety play in 2013? A total garbage dump. They'll try to remedy that in 2014 by letting three guys duke it out to start.
After turning in a disastrous 2013 campaign AND getting some competition at safety, you'd think Morgan Burnett would feel some pressure. Nah. Why would he?
Green Bay Packers safety Morgan Burnett literally had no impact plays in 2013 after signing a contract extension during the summer. Mike McCarthy thinks he knows why.
The Green Bay Packers have made some good deals in the Ted Thompson era. They've also made some bone-headed ones. Here are the contracts currently hindering the team.
Well, the Tony Gonzalez mystery has been solved. It wasn't Morgan Burnett who told Gonzalez he wasn't shit. It was Jarrett Bush, who did it. He also shut him down.
We're pretty sure he's got his Green Bay Packers mixed up, but former Atlanta Falcons tight end Tony Gonzalez insists Morgan Burnett was hurling insults at him during a game.
Here's another look at the Green Bay Packers 33-28 win over the Chicago Bears, including thoughts on Chris Conte, Tramon Williams, Sam Shields and Nick Perry.
Have the Green Bay Packers safeties, Morgan Burnett and M.D. Jennings, played well this season. No they haven't. Oh, wait, coach Darren Perry says they have.
Green Bay Packers safety Morgan Burnett is going for the clean-cut big boy look. He's shaved his dreadlocks off, which will surely make him a better player.