As of Sunday, one team has used a tag with a second expected. Keep it here as we update through Tuesday’s deadline.
In three of the past four drafts, Green Bay has not been afraid to target multiple players of a particular position with its final picks.
Barry’s two stints as defensive coordinator were with two of the league’s most derelict franchises. He deserves a chance to succeed in Green Bay.
It wouldn’t take Marty Byrde-level accounting tricks to land a big fish for the Packers, but even if the market for Will Fuller isn’t robust, Green Bay likely need to take advantage of tricks they rarely use to sign him.
Whenever the final cap is announced, add a little less than $4 million to get to the number that the Packers will need to reach.
Expect all of these young players to return for 2021, but one in particular might be interested in a little more than his league-minimum tender.
Packers GM Brian Gutekunst did not rule out putting a tag on the star running back as he prepares to hit free agency
Let’s look back at past years to see when the Packers are likely to find out about and make big offseason news.
Joe Barry and Maurice Drayton seem like they couldn’t have more different personalities, at least based on their initial press conferences.
Preston Smith also came up in discussions on Tuesday, as the GM appears prepared to bring back the veteran pass-rusher.
Drayton’s no-nonsense approach and individualized teaching style may be just what the doctor ordered for a unit that has struggled over the past decade.
The new Packers’ defensive coordinator spoke to the media for the first time on Tuesday.
The Packers’ head coach spoke about the Barry hire for the first time Tuesday.
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We look back at the kinds of silly storylines we missed out on with the Combine canceled for 2021.
A mix of internal moves and external hires have solidified the Packers’ coaching staff for this season.
A three-part series detailing how quarterback play, quarterback development, and quarterback drafting have all changed, and why the game will be better than ever for it.
Teven Jenkins stands tall, but relishes putting defenders down, playing with a physical, nasty style that would fit Matt LaFleur’s eye if the Packers are looking for a long-term solution at right tackle.
Watt will not be returning home to Wisconsin.
The NFL might finally get its Rodgers-Mahomes moment this fall.
The Packers haven’t used a franchise tag since 2010. There’s one way it could make sense in 2021.
Wide reciever isn’t the only area of need for the Packers and looking elsewhere could more effectively improve the roster.
All of the league’s TV deals appear to be nearing completion, and the contracts may be officially announced in the next few days.
If the Packers want an offensive tackle who could help them right away, but also offers the upside to be an even better player down the road, then look no further than the mountainous Christian Darrisaw.
We know one thing for sure: his calves will be up to the challenge should Jamaal Williams and Aaron Jones leave in free agency.
The homegrown veteran guard might be just the kind of cap-friendly contract the Packers are seeking this offseason.
Brian Gutekunst hasn’t used his high picks on the trenches as often as Ted Thompson. Could that change this year with a former teammate of multiple current Packers? We break down tackle prospect Jalen Mayfield.
Don’t worry about the numbers. Russ Ball is a cap wizard and if there’s a Watt, there’s a way.
In a reversal from of 2020, college programs will hold Pro Days this spring with no full Combine taking place.
Green Bay joins Tennessee and Buffalo as prime candidates, according to this report, though another suggests that there is no signing imminent.
After an endless cascade of bad news in 2020, 2021 has provided a lot of good news. Let’s make it better.
There are no great answers for the Packers with their unrestricted free agents, but the path seems clear on their top RFA.
Most assume offensive tackle with be a priority position for Green Bay this offseason with David Bakhtiari injured and Rick Wagner getting a pink slip. But the Packers have the in-house talent to avoid using high picks on the future.