The Packers' bye week appears to have paid dividends, as the team is getting healthy for the week 5 game against the Lions.
We have bad news for the Packers' star outside linebacker's availability for Sunday's game.
The Packers appear to be getting a few banged-up bodies back from injury, but not as many as hoped.
The Packers try out B.J. Hill and Orwin Smith for the vacancy at kick returner.
The Packers have parted ways with their inconsistent kick return specialist on Monday.
Don't get your hopes up about Eddie Lacy playing against the Bengals, but at least be happy that he's doing well enough that the Packers haven't declared him out.
The Packers' breakout star on defense from 2012 will miss the next few games with his hamstring injury.
Former New York Jets running back Joe McKnight sent a cryptic tweet earlier this afternoon stating that he was "headed to Green Bay tomorrow," so will the Packers add to their running back stable?
Hundreds of players who spent time in a Packer uniform will be receiving compensation as the NFL settled the lawsuits relating to concussions out of court today.
The much-talked about deal is reportedly being finalized, and the Badgers will indeed play at Lambeau in the near future.
Packers DE Mike Neal passed his physical today and is ready to practice. Same is true for Raiders OT Menelik Watson and DT Pat Sims.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 7, 2013
Packers DE Mike Neal passed his physical today and is ready to practice. Same is true for Raiders OT Menelik Watson and DT Pat Sims.
According to ESPN's NFL insider, we should see DE/OLB Mike Neal back at practice tomorrow evening, and we might even see him back on the field for the Packers' first preseason game on Friday night against Arizona.
The Packers cut one rookie today while signing two more off the street.
Just because today's the Packers' shareholders meeting doesn't mean Ted Thompson is excused from work.
The Packers inked veteran safety Morgan Burnett to an extension for four more years, extending him through the 2017 season.
The Packers appear set to extend the contract of their veteran free safety, Morgan Burnett.
In a somewhat surprising development, a Packers insider reports that one of the team's premier defensive players will not be a Packer in 2013.
The Packers are apparently prepared to let one of their biggest names play out the final year of his contract.
For at least one more season, Sam Shields will be playing with the Green Bay Packers.
Another rookie draft pick has reportedly agreed to his contract with the Packers.
The team finally added to a thin safety corps before OTAs today.
Giving Ted Thompson more time to analyze draft prospects is just fine by us.
An undrafted free agent signee has already been cut loose by the Packers, who later added a fifth tryout player to the roster.
The Packers wasted no time in replacing their most recent cut.
The team is trimming some fat off the roster to make way for some fresh faces.
The Packers have inked two rookie draft picks to contracts so far today.
As it turns out, the Packers' "other" rookie running back will be a part of the full off-season program.
One big name from the Packers' 2013 draft class will be limited in his availability for the team's off-season program.
News broke overnight from a Packers beat writer that the team's offensive line is undergoing a major change this off-season.
After releasing one inside linebacker, the Packers might be looking to move another.
The Green Bay Packers have signed Aaron Rodgers to a contract extension. He will likely become the highest paid player in NFL history.
Well, this is surprising.
According to a report by the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, the Packers will have one fewer Buckeye on their roster this season.
It's not often that an All-Pro is traded in the NFL, but it appears that is exactly what is happening this week.
The 18-hour pipe dream is over, folks. It was fun while it lasted.
One of Green Bay's two major contract negotiations concluded today: Clay Matthews beat out Aaron Rodgers for the first contract extension of the Packers' offseason.
Yes, the Packers actually signed a free agent who played in the NFL for a different team last season!