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The new DC’s opening presser was full of energy and passion. Translating that to success on the field is his big challenge.
A double-dip at safety makes sense this offseason, just as it did back in 2019.
The Packers have done the hard part with Love. Now all that remains is signing a long-term deal.
The Packers have made more aggressive changes this offseason than we’ve seen in the past.
Cornerback is a hotly-debated topic, while the team surely also needs more bodies at linebacker.
From salary cap implications to long-term plans on the blind side, what the Packers do with their veteran tackle will have a major impact on the rest of their offseason plans.
With their rebuild ahead of schedule, the Packers will be nobody’s underdog in 2024.
The Packers will need another big performance from their running backs next season.
With the Chiefs’ victory in the Super Bowl, the offseason is officially underway.
It’s disappointing to see Matt LaFleur continue to get overlooked for major awards, but he has his sights set on a much bigger goal.
After last year’s QB transition and a coaching staff overhaul this year, the franchise will welcome a new chairman and CEO in the summer of 2025.
The scheme is the shiny object, but the players and how they’re used matter more.
Brian Gutekunst got the first big part right. Now it’s time to figure out the rest.
Hafley brings a more aggressive approach to pass coverage, so the personnel department may need to make some adjustments.
Brian Gutekunst and Jordan Love both weighed in on the crazy season that just finished, but both are looking forward to bigger and better things in 2024.
The Packers’ new DC isn’t a household name, but he should at least bring some changes in scheme and attitude to the defense.
The Packers added playmakers galore in the 2023 NFL draft.
A week after the Packers lost a late lead to the 49ers, the Lions gave up a much bigger advantage in the second half.
With some big holes on defense and a bigger one at coordinator, the Packers have a chance to remake that side of the football significantly this offseason.
Green Bay clearly has its sights on a Super Bowl in 2024. Anyone wanting to get their open coordinator job should relish those standards.
The Packers had a disappointing end,
Nothing is guaranteed in the NFL, but it it certainly appears that the Packers are set up for long-term success.
No team has been a bigger postseason bugaboo for Green Bay than the 49ers, but this young Packers squad has a chance to flip the script on Saturday night.
Kurt Benkert, who has played for both the Green Bay Packers and San Francisco 49ers, thinks elimination game experience favors the Packers.
Aaron Jones is playing his best football when the Packers need it most.
Injuries at linebacker and edge rusher could be a problem.
How can he still be getting better week by week, and how much higher is his ceiling?
A freak injury in practice on Wednesday has the Packers’ top cornerback questionable for Sunday’s playoff game at Dallas.
Rodgers’ first playoff game was one of the most exciting games of the last few decades, but it ended in disappointment. His successor is planning on winning his postseason debut instead.
Love’s first season as the Packers’ starter stands up well in comparison to Aaron Rodgers and Brett Favre.
The 29-year-old running back put together one of the best three-game stretches of his career to close out the season.
Between Love’s surprisingly quick development and the young receivers emerging, this team could be a real force as soon as 2024.
With Christian Watson and Luke Musgrave trending towards playing on Sunday, Matt LaFleur will have a glut of options for how to attack the Bears’ defense.
With expectations more clearly set, the Packers and their star cornerback appear to have reset their relationship in a positive way.