A former Packer is going back to where he started.
The Packers appear to be checking into the status of their former starting running back in advance of this weekend's NFL Draft.
This offseason hasn't been kind to slot receivers like Victor Cruz or Wes Welker. But what's their loss ultimately could be Green Bay's gain.
The center agreed to the terms of his one-year contract recently and will report to team workouts on schedule.
The former Viking cornerback will not get an opportunity to terrorize Packer receivers during the 2013 regular season.
Former Packer LeRoy Butler reported that the Green Bay Packers - along with four other teams - have interest in signing Charles Woodson sometime after the 2013 NFL Draft.
Yes, the Packers actually signed a free agent who played in the NFL for a different team last season!
With San Francisco signing Asomugha and the Packers inking Loyce Means, you can see a clear difference in the standard operating procedures of each front office.
The Packers have signed another free agent! Unfortunately, you've probably never heard of him. Fortunately, he won't cost the Packers much of anything if he doesn't make the team.
This morning we asked you to discuss the best move (or non-move) of free agency; now let's look at the decision that you disagree with the most. You'll notice that a few of the same moves are nominated in both categories.
We ask you to vote on the best move (or non-move) that Ted Thompson has made so far in the 2013 Free Agency process.
The Packers' oldest rival now appears to have their starting linebacking corps solidified in advance of this year's NFL draft thanks to two free agent signings.
The re-signing of Brad Jones reinforces an already crowded group of ILB’s for the Packers. Will the emergence of Jones and return of Bishop spark and open competition for the starting jobs? Or will the Packers stand by former first round picks again?
We have our first report on the value of Brad Jones' contract, which says that it will pay him an average salary just short of $4 million per year.
Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel is reporting that Brad Jones has signed a contract as the Packers' first unrestricted free agent signing of 2013.
The former Packer linebacker is back in Green Bay visiting the team, but does that mean that he's close to re-signing with the Packers?
The Vikings brought back several key players from their 2012 team, while adding one key player from a division rival to replace the departed Percy Harvin.