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Green Bay Packers
Statistics show that Green Bay is one of the NFL's most injury-plagued teams in 2012.
Aaron Rodgers needs no reminder.
Rodgers himself hasn't missed a start, an impressive feat considering the star quarterback has been sacked an NFL-high 42 times in 13 games. But it's the absence of those around him that has taken just as heavy a toll.
Six offensive starters or their replacements were forced to miss multiple contests since the season-opener. That includes Green Bay's top receiving targets (Jordy Nelson and Greg Jennings) and running backs (Cedric Benson and James Starks).
Rodgers is doing his best to compensate for the missing pieces in an offense based on timing and precision. But he will be the first to admit it hasn't been easy.
"I think this season more than any other has just been a mental and physical grind," Rodgers told FOXSports.com at Packers headquarters following Thursday's practice. "I find myself more tired because of the act...
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Finals have brought on a crazy week so please excuse the briefness of this article.
The Green Bay Packers will look to wrap up the division title against the Chicago Bears on Sunday.
Here are some key notes and match ups to watch for.
The Packers must get the same running success they had last week against the Lions. The Bears defense is one of the best in the league so that...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Wednesday was a day unlike any other for Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who was being celebrated throughout the state of Wisconsin for what was officially recognized as Aaron Rodgers Day.
Rodgers, who wears jersey No. 12, had Dec. 12, 2012 (12-12-12) dedicated in his honor. And when the team's practice began Wednesday morning, Rodgers' teammates didn...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- It's a weekly tradition before every Packers game, with the three team captains lining up on the field for an official photograph.
Well, quarterback Aaron Rodgers has his own tradition with the team-captain pictures: He photobombs every single one of them.
When Rodgers first began showing up in the back of those pictures -- he was still Brett Favre's backup...
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Tight end Jermichael Finley is likely playing in his fifth and final season as a member of the Green Bay Packers as the club reportedly has decided to get rid of him in the off-season.
According to Bob McGinn's Report in the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel the Packers are willing to release Finley, who signed a $14 million deal last February, if the team is unable to find a trade...
Construction work at Lambeau Field sparked a minor fire that caused about $5,000 in damage to the Green Bay Packers stadium.
WLUK-TV reports workers were cutting a beam near the fourth floor Wednesday afternoon when sparks landed inside a wall, igniting foam insulation.
The area was evacuated. No one was hurt.
Green Bay Fire Lt. Nick Craig says the fire was small but in an unwieldy...
GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) Construction work at Lambeau Field sparked a minor fire that caused about 5,000 in damage to the Green Bay Packers stadium.
WLUK-TV reports workers were cutting a beam near the fourth floor Wednesday when sparks landed inside a wall, igniting foam insulation.
The area was evacuated. One firefighter suffered a minor back injury.
Green Bay Fire Lt. Nick Craig...
Did you hear? It’s 12-12-12. Of course you did because your annoying high school friends on Facebook won’t shut up about this historic day.
Have you seen a post today about famous athletes who wore #12? Of course you have because that’s the easy way out on the Internet. Take a subject, give 40% effort and pump out a post that features Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers and Andrew Luck...
To celebrate 12.12.12 today I wanted to take a look at some fun facts and events in the world of sports. It includes fans wanting to honor someone who wears the number 12, stats revolving around the number 12, and the over use of me using the number 12 in this article since it seems everyone is going crazy with this date!
1. Aaron Rodgers Day: It seems like the cheeseheads are...
Last week I stressed the importance of playing it safe at playoff time, of sticking with the guys that got you to the show and putting your best talent in the lineup regardless of matchups. A week deeper into win-or-go-home land, I'm struggling mightily with that premise at the most crucial position in football-real and fantasy. In two leagues - one in which I face my brother...