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Packers Free Agency 2015

Jermey Parnell deal helps set Bulaga's market

And the Packer free agent is about to get PAID.

Bears expected to sign OLB Pernell McPhee

The former Raven will provide some punch as a pass-rusher in Chicago's new scheme.

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Dolphins offered Randall Cobb "significantly more" than Packers

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Apparently the deal Miami put on the table backloaded the cap numbers in to the late stages of the deal, presumably more so than the contract Cobb has agreed to with Green Bay. Perhaps that, and perhaps less guaranteed money, contributed to Cobb's decision to remain with the Packers; plus, that Aaron Rodgers factor doesn't hurt.

Cobb Stays with the Packers, is Bryan Bulaga next?

Could the Green Bay Packers keep their two highest profile free agents?

Packers' Reactions to Cobb's New Deal

A few of Randall Cobb's teammates took to Twitter to react to the news of the receiver's signing. How do you feel about his new contract?

Packers re-sign Scott Tolzien to 1-year contract

Green Bay now has two quarterbacks under contract.

Randall Cobb chooses title contention over cash

Players should not be faulted for taking the money, but they should be praised when they prioritize winning.

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Eagles looking to sign CB Tramon Williams

Tramon Williams is in the news - reportedly the Philadelphia Eagles are looking to sign him to pair with Byron Maxwell, the former Seahawks corner who has agreed in principle to a contract with Chip Kelly's team.

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Randall Cobb's 2014 production from the slot

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Randall Cobb re-signs with Green Bay

The Packers' top free agent -- Randall Cobb -- will return to Green Bay with a new four-year deal worth $40 million, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Packers re-sign Randall Cobb to 4-year deal

The top slot receiver in the NFL will remain in Green and Gold for the next few years.

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Vikings express interest in A.J. Hawk

The Vikings are having fun snagging up former Packers. According to Ben Goessling of ESPN, Minnesota has expressed interest in former Packers linebacker A.J. Hawk.

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Texans making a push for Randall Cobb

According to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle, the Houston Texans are making a push for Randall Cobb along with a few other wide receivers in order for them to find a replacement for Andre Johnson. Johnson has played all 13 of seasons in the NFL for the Texans, and will be cut by the team if they cannot find a trade partner.

Report: Cobb would take $1-2M less yearly to stay

And it may not be the team's fault that a new contract has yet to be signed with the Pro Bowl receiver.

Tracking Packers' Free Agent Rumors and Reports

Let APC keep you in the know with all the free agency foolishness leading up to and during the legal tampering weekend.

Packers haven't talked to House, per report

What possible reason could the Packers have to not even call House's agent at this point in the process?

Tramon Williams rejects two-year deal, per report

According to Bob McGinn of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Packers free agent cornerback Tramon Williams rejected a two-year deal worth $8 million.

On Cobb's value and the "slot receiver" label

There has been much debate about Randall Cobb's value on the open market, but we look through the stats to explain why teams should be wary of Cobb's potential productivity on the boundary instead of in the slot.

Veteran free agent Tight Ends could be a bargain

We look for some tight ends who could be ideal Packers targets in this year's free agent class.

What's Randall Cobb's real asking price?

Reports conflict as to how much the receiver seeks in his next contract.

Franchise Tag Deadline Updates

So far, we know of five players who will be receiving the Franchise Tag. Stay tuned here for more updates.

NFL salary cap set at $143.28 million, per report

Packers should have over $33 million in cap space.

Packers Free Agency Preview: Nose Tackles

We identify five nose tackles who might be Packers targets in free agency next week.

What the cuts of Hawk & Jones mean for the Packers

Now that the Packers have cleaned house at inside linebacker, what are the lasting effects of these moves?

Report: Cobb to test market, GB focused on Bulaga

Green Bay could retain one of its biggest free agents and an important defensive contributor.

Packers Release Linebacker A.J. Hawk

The Packers have parted ways with one of their longest-tenured players.

John Kuhn could return to Packers for 2015

The "KUUUUUUHN" chant may rain down from the Lambeau Field bleachers for another year.

Raiders to 'make a run' at Cobb in Free Agency

A former Thompson disciple appears poised to target yet another former Packers receiver.

The link between Byron Maxwell and Davon House

Reports suggest that the Seahawks corner will haul in $10 million per year on his next deal. Not everyone believes that projection, however.

New Projection puts Salary Cap at $140-143 Million

A new projection from the league offers teams more salary cap flexibility than before.

Why the Packers won't Franchise Tag Bulaga or Cobb

Though there are two players who might tempt the Packers to use the Franchise Tag in 2015, their positions mean that it makes little sense for Ted Thompson to tag either one.

Cobb seeks deal averaging $9 million, per report

The Packers have until March 7 before the Pro Bowl receiver hits free agency.

NFL Offseason Schedule: Critical Dates & Deadlines

We identify many of the critical dates for the Green Bay Packers' offseason preparations.

Depth Safeties Will Hit Free Agency in 2015

Will the Green Bay Packers bring back Sean Richardson and Chris Banjo as backup safeties or will they upgrade depth via the draft or even free agency?

FA Preview: Lattimore is Only Free Agent LB

The Packers have only a single linebacker who is not under contract for 2015, though that may change in the coming weeks.

Raji and Guion hit the FA market again in 2015

Two Packers who played 2014 on one-year deals may be back testing free agency once again.