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Mike Neal, a disappointment so far as the Packers' second-round pick in 2010, was suspended for four games by the NFL for using performance-enhancing drugs.
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GREEN BAY, Wis. The latest setback in the development of oft-injured Packers defensive end Mike Neal is a big one.
The NFL has suspended the 6-foot-3, 294-pound Neal for the first four games of the 2012 regular season for violating the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing substances.
However, Neal is eligible to participate in all offseason and preseason practices and games...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- It has been six years since Packers general manager Ted Thompson made a significant move in free agency. In 2006, with Thompson in his second offseason as the man behind the yellow and green curtain, he did what would now be considered very un-Thompson-like by signing two high-priced free agents in cornerback Charles Woodson and defensive lineman Ryan Pickett....
Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings may have just officially put an end to the question of whether NFL players care about their fantasy football production.
During a panel discussion at SXSW Interactive about fantasy sports, Jennings admitted that fantasy statistics do matter to players.
"When a player says it doesn't really bother them, they're lying," Jennings...
Two sources have told Packer Report that center Scott Wells will be leaving Green Bay today. The Packers are kicking the tires on at least two free agents and have turned focus to the draft.
Seattle's Bryant is a very underrated defensive lineman
The start of free agency on Tuesday is like an unofficial holiday for many NFL fans, but for Cheeseheads, Tuesday is just the second day of another work week. That’s because the Packers haven’t signed a meaningful free agent in the past three years. General manager Ted Thompson doesn’t figure to change his ways this...
Matt Peterson tracks the offseason needs of every team in the league. Today’s franchise, the Green Bay Packers [full archive here].
Season Recap: The Green Bay Packers started the season 13-0 and were the obvious favorites to repeat as Super Bowl Champions. Well, the success seemed to get to the player’s heads and the Packers ended up losing their first playoff game. Led by MVP...
The Packers figure to give Greg Jennings a midseason contract extension this year, and the price is going through the roof.
Case in point: Pierre Garcon had roughly the same numbers as Jabar Gaffney last season. But the Redskins decided it was Garcon who was worth $42 million.