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Jason Wilde of ESPN Milwaukee takes a look at the entire Green Bay Packer’s franchise and where things stand as they head into the offseason.
According to Wilde, unrestricted free agent WR Greg Jennings is “as good as gone.“
All indications have suggested as much for a few months now, so barring a change in their approach, Jennings figures to hit the open market this March.
Former first-round pick OT Derek Sherrod is expected to compete for a starting job next year, according to OL coach James Campen.
“I expect him to be back and competing for a spot,” said Campen. “He was just on the cusp of doing some very good things when he got hurt. We expect him to be back and ready to go.”
Given that Sherrod has already missed a good portion of his first two seasons in the NFL, there are plenty of questions marks surrounding his future with the team. He suffered a broken leg late into the 2011 season and there are some concerns regarding how the leg has healed. If ...
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According to Dan Pompei of the National Football Post, Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings may not get the kind of money he’s looking for once he becomes a free agent this offseason.
Greg Jennings is a really fine wide receiver, but he may be in for a little bit of a rude awakening on the free agent market. According to a couple of front office men I spoke with, teams...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Aaron Rodgers knows he won't be appearing on Super Bowl lead-in coverage this season as he did a year ago. After all, this year's Super Bowl is on CBS, the network responsible for the "60 Minutes" piece that Rodgers took offense to earlier this season.
"I can say I won't be working for CBS," Rodgers said on his ESPN Wisconsin radio...
GREEN BAY, Wis. Five months after undergoing surgery to repair his torn right hamstring, Packers inside linebacker Desmond Bishop is nearly back to full health.
"I'm feeling really good right now," Bishop said last week. "The main thing I'm lacking is my strength and my strength is coming back real fine. I'm excited about it."
There are no physical...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Aaron Rodgers will be watching the Super Bowl from home for the second consecutive year, but the Packers' MVP quarterback once again proved that star NFL players can be known for more than just their on-field success.
Rodgers is very involved with the MACC (Midwest Athletes Against Childhood Cancer) Fund, frequently participating in many aspects of the foundation...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila and Chris Jacke are the headliners of the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame 2013 class.
Gbaja-Biamila played all nine of his NFL seasons with the Packers, accumulating a franchise-record 74.5 sacks along the way. After playing only seven games as a rookie, the team's 2000 fifth-round pick then began a streak of having at least 10 sacks for...
Green Bay Packers guard Josh Sitton has been added to the NFC Pro Bowl roster. Sitton was an alternate at guard, and he was named to the team on Sunday, replacing San Francisco starting guard Mike Iupati after the 49ers advanced to the Super Bowl.
Sitton has been an alternate in the past, but this is his first Pro Bowl selection. The Packers coaching staff is coaching the NFC squad...
Jason Wilde of ESPN Milwaukee writes that Packers C Jeff Saturday is “likely to retire.”
Saturday, 37, was signed as a stop gap for the Packers after they lost Scott Wells during free agency, but he was ultimately benched in favor of Evan Dietrich-Smith. Green Bay reportedly sees Dietrich-Smith as a long-term option at center, but GM Ted Thompson was seen speaking with Oregon...
At 6’4 and 325 pounds, Johnny Jolly looked and played like a 3-4 defensive end
Johnny Jolly hasn’t played a game for the Packers since January 2010, but his absence on the D-line is still being felt. That’s because GM Ted Thompson hasn’t drafted or signed a legitimate 3-4 end in the past three offseasons. To be fair, he did draft Lawrence Guy in 2011 and he did sign Phillip...
James Starks couldn't stay on the field and Alex Green failed to impress when given the chance.
DuJuan Harris was a godsend, but he lacks the size to be a lead back while Ryan Grant's better days were in 2007.
So when the Green Bay Packers begin their 2013 campaign, don't be surprised to see the running back position come full circle - with the needle once again...
GREEN BAY, Wis. As a former NFL kicker watching a current one, new Packers Hall of Fame inductee Chris Jacke could tell what was wrong with Mason Crosby this season.
When Crosby's struggles wore on, especially during a midseason stretch in which he missed five of his nine field goals, Jacke could tell something had changed.
"I firmly believe with him it was mental,"...
We look back at the season with our featured performer, depth chart, unit grade and look ahead to 2013. Clay Matthews had a dominant season, even while missing four games. Even though the other outside linebackers combined for nine sacks, the Packers need someone to emerge as a consistent sidekick.