It appears that the NFL is putting serious plans together about getting its teams back in the building for on-field practice time before training camp.
If the new rule is enacted for 2020, expect more excitement in place of what has become one of the most predictable parts of football.
One of the Packers’ final picks of the draft could provide some upside in filling the team’s revolving door at hybrid linebacker, while providing depth at safety and on special teams.
The list of quarterbacks picked in the range where Green Bay took Jordan Love is perilously small. But the "why" matters. Why did those players fail and is Love likely to fail where they did? We dug in to find out.
The Packers’ defensive coordinator wants Gary to take on a bigger role in 2020
In a recent re-draft of 2017, we grabbed a Packers draft pick, but in round one instead of round five.
Is it personnel, system, or himself keeping Rodgers from throwing over the middle?
Thanks to COVID-19, the Packers have had to get creative to implement their off-season program and not even a pandemic will keep Matt LaFleur from having some fun
Restrictions on offseason work due to COVID-19 mirror 2011 during CBA negotiations and a lockout. Green Bay rode its virtuoso quarterback and returning infrastructure, overcoming that hurdle. Could they follow a similar path this year?
APC writers weigh in on second-year players looking to blossom after a promising first season.
Only one player in the entire NFL allowed a lower passer rating than Sullivan did in 2019.
Green Bay didn’t add much to its offense this offseason, so is it realistic to expect a big improvement for 2020?
The Packers need more help on the edge. Here are five first- and second-year players who may be able to help.
Down it goes. Down into #12’s belly.
Green Bay’s star running back was one of just four runners to average more than five yards per carry against heavy boxes last year.
Pro Football Focus released their all decade team, and five current and former Packers made the list.
Although some NFL teams will begin opening up today, the Packers will not be among them.
One must look back seven years to find a team that exceeded its expected win total by a bigger margin than the Packers did in 2019.
The grow-from-within staple of the Green Bay franchise will be affected to some extent by COVID-19, but hopefully the damage can be minimized for a number of notable players.
The Packers’ WR2 has had a fascinating offseason, while Phyllis George’s passing reminds the NFL media world of her trailblazing role for women in the 1970s.
The Green Bay staff has gotten creative with how they are instructing their players on the team’s schemes, and by the head coach’s account, all parties are taking to the new system well.
Rodgers says he’s looking forward to a great relationship with Love, but admits having a new quarterback around may change his long-term status with the Packers.
Randall Cobb stands head and shoulders above the rest of the Packers’ kickoff returners in the 2010s, but the punt return spot is more debatable.
The Packers are in good shape to survive a loss of a season. Area businesses? Not so much.
If the preseason starts on time, Packers fans should be pleased to see three weekend games on the schedule.
Charles Woodson and Al Harris will still go into the Packers Hall of Fame, just not in 2020. Their induction will wait until 2021 to allow for a proper celebration, hopefully without health concerns.
The Packers’ top defense was tougher to pick than the offense for the past decade, with some difficult decisions coming in the secondary.
Receiver, traditional tight end or even as a passer, the Packers rookie has done it all.
APC writers reminisce about their favorite virtual sports experiences.
There’s not much intrigue in our picks for the All-2010s offense, but it still makes for a fun exercise to look back at the last decade in Green Bay.
Whether it’s at center, guard, or even tackle, Runyan has plenty of believers.
The Packers never caught fire with their play-action game the way many thought they would under Matt LaFleur’s direction. We take an in-depth look at what happened, what worked, didn’t work and could work in the future.