There will be no unexpected absences in today’s playoff games.
The newest Packer is almost certainly out for Saturday’s game after reportedly testing positive on Tuesday.
Fans are back, but it will exclusive to season ticket holders and tickets cannot be resold or transferred.
The Packers’ second-round rookie is finally back with the team and resuming football activities.
The rookie linebacker is back.
The entire league has been moved into the intensive COVID-19 protocol.
The two players were designated as high-risk contacts of rookie running back AJ Dillon, but both have cleared protocols and are returning to the field.
The two rookies are the fourth and fifth players added to the list this week.
For the second time in a week, a sample taken from a Packers player on gameday came back positive the following day.
The organization announced that they will continue playing in front of an empty stadium for at least the next home game.
Three more key players for San Francisco have been deactivated for Thursday’s game, one of whom was already likely to sit out due to injury.
A day before they take on the Packers, the 49ers have a positive COVID-19 test.
The rookie has reportedly tested positive for COVID-19, causing the Packers to work from home.
With the Patriots and Titans creating a host of scheduling problems for the league, creating a Week 18 and Week 19 looks to be the only way forward. Unfortunately, even that is fraught with issues and would require some additional flexibility in the interest of fairness.
With at least one Power Five conference moving football to the spring, that could force the NFL to implement some strange scheduling for the 2021 draft.
Devin Funchess will be the only player on the team to pass on the 2020 season.
Given what we’ve seen in MLB, the NFL’s safety protocols are a joke. If they want to play, they need to take more drastic action.
The players agreed to a sooner decision time frame with limits on post-deadline opt-outs, getting some added protections while the NFL adds roster flexibility.
The Packers’ quarterback hit on most of the main questions about the upcoming NFL season in his first media availability of training camp.
Green Bay is now up to five players on the COVID list.
The NFL and players didn’t want to go to a bubble, but the challenges in baseball cast doubt on whether football can work without one. Going to regional bubbles and larger single-elimination tournament like the World Cup makes the most sense.
Mason Crosby, Jace Sternberger, and Trayvon Hester have all been placed on the list.
Several Patriots stars are opting out along with the first medical doctor to play in the NFL.
The Packers signed the veteran hoping he’d help an underachieving receiver corps but thanks to COVID-19 that’s now on hold until 2021z
Green Bay can begin fully welcoming players into the team facilities now that the players union has signed off on the Packers’ coronavirus response plan.
Football is now full speed ahead.
Teams will have to cut down from 90 to 80 players before starting camp, but no games will take place prior to the regular season.
The Packers’ president isn’t painting a rosy picture as far as attendance at Packers games.
The new report date is just two days after the old date, while veterans should still be able to come in on schedule.
Packers rookies had been scheduled to report on July 21.
If the NFL plays any preseason games in 2020, it appears that the maximum will be one game per team.
Teams will still open camps on July 28th despite continuing strife between players and the league.