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Mason Crosby has made 16 consecutive field goals in the regular season, one off Chris Jacke's team record. His last miss — excluding his 50-yard clank off the upright in last year's playoff win at Atlanta — was a 29-yarder off the upright against San Francisco on Dec. 5.
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GREEN BAY, Wis. -- It wasnt the way that James Jones wanted his season to begin after signing a new, three-year contract with the Green Bay Packers.
One target. One catch. One yard.
Jones voiced his frustration after the game, a 42-34 Packers win, but not about those numbers. It was his lack of time on the field, playing only 19 of Green Bays 62 offensive snaps.
But over the...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Green Bay Packers offensive tackle Bryan Bulaga is "optimistic" that he'll be ready to play on Sunday against the St. Louis Rams. Bulaga injured his left knee in Week 3 and has missed the last two games.
Bulaga practiced Wednesday with limited participation for the first time since the injury and was back on the practice field again Thursday.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy has just about had it with people scrutinizing the way his team shares the ball among its talented group of receivers.
Asked Wednesday about the relatively limited number of snaps veteran Donald Driver is getting so far this season, McCarthy called the line of questioning ''a bunch of garbage.'' McCarthy said sternly that he...
The Packers put Nick Collins on injured reserve, replacing him on the roster with T/G Ray Dominguez.
Free safety Morgan Burnett, whose toughness was questioned as a rookie for the Packers but isn't now, might be challenged like never before in the NFL as he attempts to play indefinitely with a broken hand.
Right tackle Bryan Bulaga returned to practice after missing two games, giving the Green Bay Packers a glimmer of good news as they prepare for life without veteran left tackle Chad Clifton for the foreseeable future.
There are two things you can count on with the Green Bay Packers as long as Ted Thompson is the general manager and Mike McCarthy the head coach. They will always build from within.
This Sunday’s Rams’ game against the Green Bay Packers will pit two teams headed in two opposite directions. At 0-4 the Rams are in search of their first win and headed for a disappointing season. Meanwhile, the Packers are an offensive machine at 5-0 and reigning Super Bowl Champions. `You can say this is David vs. Goliath. Rams’ fans wait anxiously to see if they will...