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Friday Musings: Will the Packers make another day-three run of picks at one position?

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.

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Friday Cheese Curds: Joe Barry deserves the benefit of the doubt

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.

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Could the Packers actually sign Will Fuller? Some creative accounting can make it work

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.

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Packers officially roll over $3.67 million in salary cap space from 2020 to 2021

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.

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What will the Packers do about their 2021 exclusive rights free agents?

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.

Thursday Cheese Curds: Tag! You’re it, Aaron Jones?

Packers GM Brian Gutekunst did not rule out putting a tag on the star running back as he prepares to hit free agency

Packers 2021 NFL Draft prospect meeting tracker

Green Bay has started holding Zoom meetings with draft prospects. Keep track of all the reported meetings here as we break down a few of the big-name players on the list as well.

Packers 2021 Offseason

The case against keeping Preston Smith in 2021

A formerly solid player had a terrible 2020, and yet he may remain on the team in 2021?

When to expect Packers’ and NFL’s big offseason news in 2021

Let’s look back at past years to see when the Packers are likely to find out about and make big offseason news.

Wednesday Cheese Curds: First look at Packers’ new coordinators shows different personalities

Joe Barry and Maurice Drayton seem like they couldn’t have more different personalities, at least based on their initial press conferences.

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Brian Gutekunst: Packers are flexible enough to add ‘right player’ or use Franchise Tag

Preston Smith also came up in discussions on Tuesday, as the GM appears prepared to bring back the veteran pass-rusher.

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Packers’ Maurice Drayton will bring an education background to special teams

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.

Joe Barry pledges effort and intensity for Packers defense

The new Packers’ defensive coordinator spoke to the media for the first time on Tuesday.

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Matt LaFleur “comfortable” with Joe Barry as the Packers’ new defensive coordinator

The Packers’ head coach spoke about the Barry hire for the first time Tuesday.

NFC North Rundown: How will Klint Kubiak’s playcalling compare to his father’s in Minnesota?

The Vikings will have a new Offensive Coordinator in 2021, but will they have a new offense?

Tuesday Cheese Curds: Rodgers supports hometown; remembering Combines past

We look back at the kinds of silly storylines we missed out on with the Combine canceled for 2021.

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Packers promote four coaches and hire four more to fill out staff for 2021

A mix of internal moves and external hires have solidified the Packers’ coaching staff for this season.

The NFL’s schematic evolution is helping a wider variety of QBs to succeed

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.

Packers Prospect Primer: Oklahoma State OT Teven Jenkins

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.

Packers Roster Transactions

J.J. Watt will sign with Arizona Cardinals on 2-year, $31 million contract

Watt will not be returning home to Wisconsin.

Packers likely to play Chiefs in 2021 as NFL expects to expand to 17 games

The NFL might finally get its Rodgers-Mahomes moment this fall.

Monday Cheese Curds: Packers’ tag-and-trade possibility for Jones, starting lineups in 2021

The Packers haven’t used a franchise tag since 2010. There’s one way it could make sense in 2021.

Mock Draft Roundup, 2/28: O-line and DB options could fill Packers' roster holes

Wide reciever isn’t the only area of need for the Packers and looking elsewhere could more effectively improve the roster.

ESPN agrees to TV deal with NFL, setting up possible salary cap bump for 2021

All of the league’s TV deals appear to be nearing completion, and the contracts may be officially announced in the next few days.

Packers Prospect Primer: Virginia Tech OT Christian Darrisaw

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.

Friday Cheese Curds: Is A.J. Dillon ready to be the Packers’ starting running back?

We know one thing for sure: his calves will be up to the challenge should Jamaal Williams and Aaron Jones leave in free agency.

Packers Friday Musings: Lane Taylor could be an overlooked re-sign candidate

The homegrown veteran guard might be just the kind of cap-friendly contract the Packers are seeking this offseason.

Packers Prospect Primer: Michigan OT Jalen Mayfield

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.

Thursday Cheese Curds: With J.J. Watt’s decision looming, a look at the Packers’ cap situation

Don’t worry about the numbers. Russ Ball is a cap wizard and if there’s a Watt, there’s a way.

NFL Pro Day Schedule: With no Combine in 2021, college workouts take center stage

In a reversal from of 2020, college programs will hold Pro Days this spring with no full Combine taking place.

Packers are reportedly among leaders to sign J.J. Watt, but no ‘imminent’ signing expected

Green Bay joins Tennessee and Buffalo as prime candidates, according to this report, though another suggests that there is no signing imminent.

Football has a chance to get back to normal in 2021, with your help

After an endless cascade of bad news in 2020, 2021 has provided a lot of good news. Let’s make it better.

Wednesday Cheese Curds: Packers facing tough decisions on Tonyan, Jones, Linsley

There are no great answers for the Packers with their unrestricted free agents, but the path seems clear on their top RFA.

Even with David Bakhtiari’s injury, the Packers may already have an in-house plan at tackle

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.

NFC North Rundown: Franchise tag decisions begin this week

Allen Robinson is one of the division’s leading candidates to receive the designation as soon as this week.