When we were checking out the lone interesting part of last weekend’s NFL Honors — Jordy Nelson’s acceptance speech — we noticed another Green Bay Packers receiver was in the audience with a nice-looking lady ...
The Green Bay Packers got two playmakers back this past week who had been dealing with a variety of injuries and just in time. Welcome back the Randalls!
Will the Green Bay Packers miss Jordy Nelson? Sure, but they can survive without him. Here's why the Packers will be fine without Nelson.
The Green Bay Packers got the New York Giants' playoff monkey off their back with a dominating 38-13 win. Whoa, does this feel nice! Here's how we saw it.
The Green Bay Packers will likely be without one of their main offensive weapons for their showdown with the Detroit Lions. Randall Cobb is likely out.
Green Bay Packers receiver Randall Cobb's injury directives have gone the opposite way they should have. Just the latest buffoonery on the injury front.
The Green Bay Packers have their cleanest injury report in a while for their matchup with the Minnesota Vikings. Four are questionable, including Randall Cobb.
Green Bay Packers receivers Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb ARE Christmas. Just check out these ridiculous holiday-themed getups they're wearing.
Green Bay Packers receivers Randall Cobb and Jordy Nelson broke out the Christmas sweaters and did a tribute to Brennan Huff and Dale Doback.
Our takeaways from the Green Bay Packers' win over the Houston Texans aren't great, but they don't really matter. Seattle and Detroit are now the Packers' focus.
Here are five more nuggets from the Green Bay Packers' win over the Houston Texans, including the new running game and special teams' developments.
Thankfully, it appears Aaron Rodgers' this is our house commercial is dead. Rodgers has a new State Farm ad that should replace that one. Here it is.
This was supposed to be the year the Green Bay Packers had a wealth of wide receiver talent. Things are looking up lately, but not totally.
The Green Bay Packers have made a number of curious decisions with injured players this year. They're making one now with Ty Montgomery, their top weapon.
A lot of Green Bay Packers are sending messages through the media. Randall Cobb is the latest to do so, but his message is a little different than the rest.
Here are the important points we didn't cover on Sunday relating to the Green Bay Packers' loss to the Indianapolis Colts. Plenty of buffoonery to go around.