Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy is doing nothing to stop the talk of former Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson possibly joining the team.
The walking corpse that is Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson is dropping knowledge. What knowledge? The Packers need some more running backs.
The Green Bay Packers running game goes beyond just the running backs on the roster. There are other reasons to think the running game is in big trouble.
The Green Bay Packers may make a run at former Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson yet. They just won't do it right now. Here's the plan.
The Green Bay Packers are going to get this running back situation figured out one way or another. Here are three guys they're talking to.
We are now fully convinced that Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy doesn't understand what a running game is or how one works. Here's the latest excuse.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy claims his team is going to run the football. We laugh at that notion, but if happens, it needs to happen without James Starks.
It appears the Green Bay Packers will have rookie running back Don Jackson available this week, but does he get the majority of the carries? Seems likely.
The Green Bay Packers could certainly use another running back, but a move does not appear to be imminent. There are really only two obvious candidates.
Even if they don't have any running backs, the Green Bay Packers still have an option for the running game. You just have to go back years to find it.
Eddie Lacy and James Starks are injured, which potentially creates the nightmare scenario we warned of when we implored the Packers to address their running back depth.
The Green Bay Packers' lack of depth at running back could imperil the season if Eddie Lacy were to go down. The front office needs to address it now.
That latest brilliance to come from the local media is that the Green Bay Packers have a running back controversy. Let us show you just how idiotic that is.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy officially named James Starks the team's No. 1 running back. They've also identified the problem with the running game.
Everyone has a different idea of what's wrong with Eddie Lacy (except those who have no idea). Well, we've gotten to the bottom of it. Here's the answer.
Barring injury, the Green Bay Packers will again have a loaded backfield entering training camp. That will leave them with a tough decision. Who's the odd man out?
The Green Bay Packers have plenty of weaknesses to address this offseason -- and we'll get to those. But first, here are their three positions of strength.
The Green Bay Packers have the best running backs in the NFL... according to DuJuan Harris. Unfortunately, he's on injured reserve, but he might have a point.
Mike McCarthy is in the business of making guarantees now. He says the Green Bay Packers running game will be better in 2013. Can we fire him if he's wrong?
There has been a lot of speculation about the Green Bay Packers running game already this offseason. How about adding some about former New York Giants back Ahmad Bradshaw to the mix?