The first day of free agency of 2017 is like none I can remember for the Green Bay Packers. Usually, it's quiet. Not so this year, but not in a good way.
The Green Bay Packers agreed to terms with backup guard Don Barclay on the first day of free agency, which probably is a good indication of something else.
The prospect of the Green Bay Packers losing guard T.J. Lang in free agency is becoming more real by the hour. Lang is now visiting other teams.
If you believe the best insider that the Journal Sentinel has to offer, then guard T.J. Lang is not coming back to the Green Bay Packers. We're not sure.
The Green Bay Packers are reportedly not considered the frontrunners to sign guard T.J. Lang. You will probably be appalled by who is.
The Green Bay Packers had been giving guard T.J. Lang the silent treatment on a new contract. That's changed and it now appears they will explore re-signing him.
We assume the Green Bay Packers will let T.J. Lang depart as a free agent because they can't afford him. That now appears to be a certainty.
The Green Bay Packers don't appear to have any interest in re-signing veteran guard T.J. Lang. This is something we saw coming prior to last season.
The Green Bay Packers enter the offseason with two big free agent priorities. Here are the 2017 Green Bay Packers' free agents, who will be back and who won't.
Green Bay Packers left tackle David Bakhtiari is going to the Pro Bowl after all. Bakhtiari was the Packers' biggest snub in our opinion.
The Green Bay Packers have three Pro Bowlers. Are they the right three Pro Bowlers? No, but then they never are. Here's the rundown.
Green Bay Packers guard T.J. Lang says Seattle Seahawks defensive end Cliff Avril punched him in the junk. Avril has the shithead response you'd expect.
Green Bay Packers right guard T.J. Lang confirmed the reason he's been sidelined is because of a broken foot, but he hopes to play on Sunday.
After signing David Bakhtiari to an extension, the Green Bay Packers have 10 players headed toward free agency in 2017. Here's how we see the priority list.
Guard T.J. Lang got the same memo from the Green Bay Packers that Josh Sitton did. A new contract for you is not a priority. At least Lang kept his job.
The Green Bay Packers offensive line looks stronger top to bottom than it's been in years. There are still some questions on roster spots though. Here's who we have.