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Josiah Deguara and Tyler Davis are trying to claim more prominent roles in the offense this season, which should be feasible given the youth at wide receiver.
Dillon got married recently in — where else? — Door County.
The Packers are banking on big seasons from players like Eric Stokes.
The Packers’ running back room is as deep as it’s been in a long, long time.
Big Bob might be the first of the Packers players with torn ACLs to return to the field.
The Packers’ top corner is helping Watson adjust to life in the NFL.
A veteran tight end looks to play at least another couple of years while his team has seen some major personnel changes on the offensive line.
Players around the league now have a month or more off before the start of training camp.
The 2022 first-round pick needs to get up to speed in a hurry
The Packers spent a lot of money this offseason to lock down their cornerback room. Soon, those players will begin locking down opposing receivers.
Almost every receiver on the roster has something big to prove in 2022.
The Packers’ 1-2 punch at running back is among the best in the league, and today fans will get their first chance this year to see Jones and Dillon — and the rest of the roster — on the practice field.
Packers players should be showing up today for physicals before the start of minicamp on Tuesday.
It took Cobb a few years to carve out a role as an impact player, and he’s helping the Packers’ young wideouts remember that it might not all be smooth sailing early in their NFL careers.
The 2021 first-round pick is putting in the work for his second season in Green Bay.
Matt LaFleur least of all. But then again, Tuesday’s school shooting in Texas makes football feel totally irrelevant anyway.
Green Bay needs to find capable, consistent receivers while position battles open up all over the roster. The first true practice of the year will be a chance for youngsters to make good first impressions.
The bill will come due for the Packers in future years, but this big contract was a no-brainer both because of the quality of the player and the team’s need for just a bit more financial flexibility this season.
Though the matchups were set months ago, the 2022 schedule itself finds the Packers playing in some truly excellent games this season.
The Packers’ first draft pick in 2022 is on the minds of many coming out of rookie minicamp.
Green Bay’s rookies got their first chance to show what they can do in green and gold over the weekend.
No NFL player inspires as much pearl clutching as Aaron Rodgers.
It’s fair to ask why the Packers did what they did in the draft.
Three or four of this year’s 11 draft picks could start in week one this year, with another five or so potentially making an impact on the depth chart or on special teams.
Chaos can help teams willing to embrace it.
Fans interested in making a trip across the pond can plan to start making their arrangements in about two weeks.
Older players like Randall Cobb will still need to contribute in 2022
Several fourth-year receivers are staying away from the start of their teams’ workouts in the hopes of getting traded or landing a new contract.
No, Wisconsin doesn’t exactly look like the image above today, but players are still coming back into town to start working for 2022.
Sammy Watkins’ signing isn’t a huge splash, but it could pay big dividends even if he doesn’t have massive statistical output.
While most are focused on the edge and interior line, don’t sleep on the Packers potentially grabbing a safety early in this year’s draft.
Green Bay has plenty of picks to move up in round one in order to get a player that they covet.
Green Bay needs to find a player to replace Marquez Valdes-Scantling’s deep-ball ability.
The Packers’ GM addressed the Adams trade for the first time while expressing hope that Rodgers will retire a Packer.
No position on the Packers’ roster has been discussed more lately than wide receiver, and that doesn’t look to be changing between now and late April.