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Matthew Mulligan was devastated when he was surprisingly released by St. Louis. That disappointment turned into elation when he was signed by the Packers. Rather than catch passes, Mulligan relishes doing "the dirty work that nobody else wants" to do.
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Despite a previously rocky relationship, Brett Favre lately has gone out of his way to praise his quarterbacking successor for the Packers, Aaron Rodgers.
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The Packers honored wide receiver Donald Driver with a street and statue. Driver turned 38 earlier this year and decided to retire.
According to Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, Alex Green was the Packers starting running back throughout OTA’s and minicamp.
So even with Green’s future in Green Bay instantly endangered by the addition of a second-round pick (Eddie Lacy) and a fourth-rounder (Johnathan Franklin), he can breathe easy. His body, finally, responds to his brain.
Green Bay isn’t kicking Green to...
GREEN BAY, Wis. Terrell Manning was told not to worry. Multiple visits to the Green Bay Packers' training room during the 2012 preseason revealed that the rookie inside linebacker simply had a stomach ache.
Weeks went by with Manning sleeping less than two hours per day, spending most of his nights confined to the restroom. When his pain reached an excruciating level, Manning...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- This is an all-new Jermichael Finley. The most outspoken member of the Green Bay Packers has completely shifted his locker room demeanor and off-the-field attitude in recent months.
Over the past five years, when Finley has had something to say, he was willing to tell anyone who would listen. The honest and straight-shooting tight end hadn't yet acquired the...
Green Bay Packers legend Brett Favre is putting the past behind him as he mends fences with the club that he made magic with.
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Brett Favre and the Green Bay Packers continue to inch closer to burying the hatchet. There has always been a noticeable amount of tension between Favre and Aaron Rodgers since the Packers decided to commit to the former Cal star as their quarterback of the future, but it appears the Ole Gunslinger is even ready [...]
Brett Favre hasn’t just buried the hatchet. He’s dug a hole so deep for said hatchet that it looks like it won’t ever come back.
Favre has made efforts recently to put himself back in the good graces of the Packers family, including taking blame for his split with the team. The Packers have also said they want to patch things up. Now Favre, who’s had his share of uncomfortable...
No defensive lineman on the Packers' roster stands taller than 6-foot-4 first-round draft pick Datone Jones. His height was a weapon in high school and college and could be in the NFL in two playmaking areas the Packers sorely need a boost.
I think Favre has done a good job of mending the relationship that he once had with the Green Bay Packers organization. After even going on record and admitting that he was at fault for the rift between the two sides, you had to know things would start looking up. So when Favre comes out [...]