The Green Bay Packers are down a tight end as long as Jared Cook is sidelined. Are they going to sign another one? It doesn't appear that will happen.
Ready for the Green Bay Packers to break out some of their other receivers and maybe some new personnel groups? Too bad. That's never going to happen.
Dropped passes seem to be the big topic of conversation at Green Bay Packers training camp. Unfortunately, drops don't say anything about future success.
Receiver was the position everyone was interested in when camp started for the Green Bay Packers. After one week, It seems pretty clear how this will play out.
The Green Bay Packers appear to have plenty of speed at the receiver position. Now they just need to utilize it. How? Break out some trickery.
It looks like the Green Bay Packers and Ted Thompson finally got the message. They need some speed at receiver. Now they're doing something about it.
The Green Bay Packers have a lot of good receivers on their roster. Could they possibly keep seven? They could and this is how and why they might do it.
Despite their no show in 2015, the Green Bay Packers' wide receiver corps is unlikely to look much different in 2016. So stop dreaming already.
Green Bay Packers receiver Randall Cobb is frustrated by the constant double teams. That has slowed the Packers offense, which needs Davante Adams back.
The Green Bay Packers have a bunch of receivers on their roster that have a legit chance to make the team. Nine to be exact. That might even be too many.
They're not positions of strength and they're not positions of weakness. The Green Bay Packers need to consider adding some new blood to these groups though.
The Green Bay Packers may need to bring in another receiver with Randall Cobb out for an extending period of time. Here are their options to fill the spot.
The Green Bay Packers have three guys on pace to reach 1,000 yards receiving and the media loves it! Here's some historical perspective for you, media.
The Green Bay Packers receiving corps will look somewhat different in 2013, but that doesn't bother quarterback Aaron Rodgers and it doesn't bother us.
Greg Jennings isn't the first No. 1 receiver to leave the Green Bay Packers. Here's a look at the others, why they left and how they fared elsewhere.
Coach Mike McCarthy said the Green Bay Packers may end up keeping six receivers this season, which would go against the norm. We breakdown the situation.