A former Packer is going back to where he started.
Tuesday’s OTA provided the first look at the 2013 Packers and no shortage of stories.
The Packers have suffered their first serious injury of the year.
The first open practice of the year had its share of both surprises and things we expected to see.
With few competitors, the owners' votes on the next two big games to be awarded were essentially formalities.
Desmond Bishop believes he can be the Defensive Player of the Year. The blogosphere finds humor in this for some reason.
The Packers are poised to develop a running game for the first time in years; here are some reasons why.
We break down some of the key position battles and areas of intrigue that could see some early answers in OTAs this week.
Last week, CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora ranked the best NFL front offices among the top tier teams. While the list was compiled based on La Canfora's subjective views on each team, the list doesn't include many surprises.
Our next examination of a player who needs to step up in OTAs shifts to the backup quarterback position.
We look at which starters will likely be in Green Bay on Monday thanks to the language written into their contracts.
A tight end returns from a gruesome injury suffered over a year ago, but he should be looking over his shoulder for competition.
The veteran lineman needs to show ability in more than just one phase of the defense to keep his hold on a roster spot this season.
In the wake of Randall Cobb’s breakout sophomore campaign, the Packers let Greg Jennings and Donald Driver depart. Now the question is how much added burden will Cobb have to carry?
We know who the Packers are playing in this year's preseason - now we have the exact dates and times.
An undrafted free agent signee has already been cut loose by the Packers, who later added a fifth tryout player to the roster.