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Packers RCB Sam Shields (ankle) has suffered a setback, and will be sidelined a “couple of weeks.” Shields was originally knocked out with a shin injury, but is apparently dealing with an ankle ailment. He hasn’t played since Week 6. Rookie Casey Hayward has acquitted himself well in Shields’ absence.
Hayward has 5 interceptions on the season, to include a forced fumble. He is a very sure tackler as well, recording 37 tackles already. Hayward has only been forced to start a few times this year, but he has been doing a terrific job.
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Packers tight end Jermichael Finley has made public his concerns about how Aaron Rodgers doesn't appear to be looking his way, saying "me and 12 just ain’t been on."
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- It may not seem like it from outside the Packers' locker room, but quarterback Aaron Rodgers insists that his relationship with outspoken tight end Jermichael Finley is actually quite strong at the moment.
Finley has commented numerous times over the past year that there can sometimes be a lack of chemistry between he and the NFL's reigning Most Valuable...
The Green Bay Packers All-Pro linebacker is doubtful Packer’s Head Coach Mike McCarthy announced via Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.
Matthews has been fighting a hamstring injury and the Packer’s had been holding out hope that the skipping the Lions game would help.
Matthews injured his hamstring in week 9 and hasn’t seen the field since.
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Packers coach Mike McCarthy received some bad news and some surprisingly good news with his team two days away from a Sunday night showdown on the road against the New York Giants.
Pro Bowl outside linebacker Clay Matthews (hamstring) was officially ruled out and will miss his second consecutive game, but Pro Bowl wide receiver Greg Jennings is questionable,...
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings has returned to practice for the first time since having surgery to repair a torn abdominal muscle.
Jennings caught some balls and ran some routes at full speed in Wednesday's practice, trying to see how much he can do. He says he felt ''great,'' and had ''no pain whatsoever.'' But his endurance is...
Now that Greg Jennings is back to practice, playing in a game might not be too far behind.
The Green Bay Packers' No. 1 receiver said he felt great after practicing Wednesday for the first time since having surgery Nov. 1 to repair a torn abdominal muscle. Jennings caught balls and ran routes in his limited time at practice, then went inside to run and work on his endurance...
Pro Bowl wide receiver Greg Jennings practiced for the second consecutive day with the Green Bay Packers, albeit on a limited basis. His involvement, however, increased from jumping in for a few drills at the start of practice Wednesday to doing at least a little in everything Thursday. “(I) got a little scout-team work in there as well to get my wind up underneath me,” Jennings...
It wasn't too long ago that the Green Bay Packers were in a bad place, lagging at the bottom of the NFC North with a - gasp! - losing record while folks picked apart their flaws as if they were some sideshow on Dr. Phil.
Well, well. Look at them now.
A five-game winning streak that's tied for best in the NFL has the Packers (7-3) atop their division and in position to start...
GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- The Green Bay Packers again have a defense that they believe can win games for them."You know, last year, there weren't many games where you'd say that," Packers defensive coordinator Dom Capers said. "Of course, our offense was playing so well, it was such a different scenario."This year, the Aaron Rodgers-led offense isn't...
Enjoy…this one is for you SteveGoat. I am sure Arodge and Coach Mike were way impressed. Seriously?
Finley may be trying to talk his way out of Titletown
Posted by Mike Florio on November 21, 2012, 7:29 AM EST
When I first stumbled across the story from Rob Reischel of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, I thought it was from last month. It turns...