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Green Bay Packers safety Nick Collins is scheduled to meet with doctors in March to learn how he is recovering from a neck injury, which will determine whether he decides to retire or return next season.
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With a $2.2 million dollar roster bonus looming, Green Bay Packers WR Donald Driver realizes that that he might not be a member of the Green Bay Packers in 2012, but he has no plans of retiring this year. A fan favorite, Driver could be released by the Packers organization due to his salary and the fact that Green Bay has a stable of young, talented receiver on the current...
Since Megan and her obvious lack of interest in football insisted on the sparkly nail polish, there will be no trip to Disneyland for Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers. So, the Pro-Bowl Packers are in the second most desirable location for an NFL player, Hawaii. This week is about relaxing and spending time with friends, family and the game on Sunday. Clay Matthews was the...
Trying to come up with a way to capture the entire Green Bay Packers season in one article is proving to be incredibly difficult. It’s just so much to cover, so many emotions, but I will give it my best shot.
Rodgers tosses Nelson a touchdown pass the first game of the season. Nelson would become one of Rodgers' favorite targets all season (AP/Mike Roemer)
The Packers season...
Brandon Marshall is in recruiting mode. He’s looking for a good quarterback. Marshall, in Hawaii for the Pro Bowl, told NFL.com’s Jeff Darlington that he’s already spoken with Packers quarterback Matt Flynn about coming to Miami. “You’ve got some guys in the draft, but there’s not too many guys out there just walking the streets,”…
NFC starting quarterback Aaron Rodgers, as well as fellow Packers teammates Greg Jennings, Clay Matthews, Charles Woodson and others face the AFC tonight in the Pro Bowl. Follow the game with our live box score.
Aaron Rodgers threw two touchdown passes to jump-start the NFC, but the AFC rolled in second half to a 59-41 victory. Miami's Brandon Marshall was named the MVP with four touchdown catches.