Should, will the Green Bay Packers extend Aaron Rodgers? There is a drumming beat that they will, but the he'll just be the most underpaid quarterback in the league again.
The Green Bay Packers search for a new general manager isn't going so hot. They haven't been able to get interviews with at least two external candidates.
Will Aaron Rodgers play this week or won't he? It sounds like the Green Bay Packers medical staff is fighting that, but Rodgers is fighting them.
Green Bay Packers defensive end Dean Lowry got the first touchdown of his NFL career on Sunday. And then the Lambeau Leap, which he's still trying to do.
The third most important figure in Green Bay Packers history, former GM Ron Wolf, may get a street named after him in Green Bay. And I say, about time!
The Green Bay Packers like running back Christine Michael. He doesn't really make the team better, but at least he makes them the same.
Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Milwaukee Bucks. Russell Westbrook vs. Giannis Antetokounmpo. Westbrook brought out the Aaron Rodgers' Belt. Then lost.
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.
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman tried to defend himself for his cheap shot on Green Bay Packers receiver Davante Adams and then thought twice.
The Green Bay Packers aren't winning and players are starting to speak out publicly. They're also yelling at each other in the locker room. Not a good sign.
When he decided he wanted to be No. 50, rookie Blake Martinez made us roll our eyes. He no longer reminds us of A.J. Hawk though. Here's the new comparison.
The Green Bay Packers have claimed running back Jhurell Pressley off waivers. Pressley gives the Packers something they've been lacking.
We assumed Laquon Treadwell was a turd because he was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings, but maybe he doesn't like them anymore than we do. Take a look.
Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant shut it down with an epic performance in his final game. The Green Bay Packers took the opportunity to notice.
Green Bay Packers outside linebacker Datone Jones visited the White House this week for an American Diabetes Association event. He also worried about farting.
Do not wear your Green Bay Packers hats in any Minnesota sporting venues lest you be ready to incur the wrath of the Minnesota broad known as Skagerberg.