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Green Bay Packers tight end Jermichael Finley throws haymakers during a fight at training camp.
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Green Bay Packer WR Jarrett Boykin has a golden opportunity in the wake of injuries to the starting receivers.
He and fellow WR Jeremy Ross is a pair of second-year receivers vying for the fourth and fifth wideout position, but injuries have given them the stage to shine with the first team.
They are trying to show that the receiving corps doesn’t end with James Jones, Jordy...
After sustaining a torn ACL in Saturday’s Family Night Scrimmage, Bryan Bulaga’s season is over. The news appears to be a crushing blow to the Green Bay Packers’ new look offensive line.
Back in May, Mike McCarthy reshuffled the line, moving Bulaga, the team’s primary starter at right tackle for the past three years, to left tackle in order to better protect Aaron Rodgers...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Vince Young had just finished his post-practice shower when he entered the Green Bay Packers locker room and saw a throng of reporters waiting at his locker. A locker with no customized name plate. Four spots away from Aaron Rodgers' prime location, the top of Young's locker only read "Packers."
Guided by a member of the team's PR staff,...
Q: Don't you think that Mason Crosby has just lost "it," and with as many kickers that are running around after every graduating class, why does McCarthy put up with it? (Crosby) has become a huge negative and unnecessarily so.
-- Bill Gailbreath, Madison, WI
Q: The individual position that is a problem is the kicker. Which team should we be looking at the kicker competition...
According to Jason Wilde of ESPN Wisconsin, Green Bay Packers WR Jordy Nelson will be out 4-6 weeks following surgery to repair a chronic nerve irritation in his knee:
What do we make of Nelson’s chances of playing in Week 1 against San Francisco?? As of now, all signs point to him being ready, especially considering...
Following the less than flattering pictures that circulated last week regarding his weight issues and his fighting the flab, second round draft pick, Eddie Lacy hit back with a vengeance this weekend with his eyes on securing the No.1 running back berth for the Green Bay Packers.
Lacy promptly was rewarded for the effort Tuesday, taking the first rep in every running-back drill...
After starting 2012 with a 2-3 record, the Packers went on to win 9 of the remaining 11 games en route to another NFC North title. But as every fan or player will tell you, the season was a disappointment.Green Bay enters the 2013 season as a more complete team than they were in 2012, on both sides of the ball. For the first time in years they have a running game that opposing teams...
The Green Bay Packers are trying to do without.
It's a familiar predicament for them. But injuries are piling up at the offensive skill positions and in many cases to players who need training camp to assure themselves of a roster spot. It has spread from rookies to veterans and sidelined starters and backups alike.
The latest big news was that two of the Packers' top three...
The Green Bay Packers injury woes are continuing into the second week of training camp.
Monday Packers left tackle Bryan Buluga tore his ACL. On Tuesday it was announced that wide receiver Jordy Nelson would miss the rest of training camp after undergoing a knee procedure.
Jordy Nelson had a procedure done on his knee and will miss the rest of training camp. Hoping he will be back...
Head coach Mike McCarthy just announced today that Jordy Nelson underwent a surgery on his knee Monday, and he will miss at least the rest of training camp.The timetable for his return-to-play has been set at four to six weeks. At this time, all that is known about the surgery is it was an attempt to correct an old “nerve issue” that has bothered Nelson since college, according...
Well, so much for the retooled Green Bay Packers offensive line.
With one twist of a knee, a massive monkey wrench was thrown into Mike McCarthy’s master plan to protect franchise quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
Barring the acquisition of a street free agent – none of which inspire much confidence anyway – let’s look at the Packers’ best options currently on the roster:
Packers rookie running back Eddie Lacy did not practice on Wednesday, according to Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.Fantasy Spin:Lacy has been a standout player during training camp and should be the opening day starter. We await word of the reason he didn't practice.
After nearly two weeks of training camp, the Cardinals first preseason game against the Green Bay Packers on Friday night from Lambeau Field is finally upon us. Friday’s opener will begin a four-game preseason before the Cardinals kick off the regular season in St. Louis against the Rams.
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