Interviews and Press Conferences
In an exclusive interview with APC, the Packers safety spoke about the impact of his grandfather, a civil rights leader, and how his lessons have shaped his life and career.
The Packers’ GM discussed the first week of training camp on Wednesday, talking about a few impressive rookies and a veteran pass-rusher who’s turning into a nightmare for offenses.
Vrable discussed the second-year wideout and veteran addition Sammy Watkins at length on Thursday.
There were several moments during Rodgers’ exchange with the media in which the quarterback’s feelings were expressed just as strongly with facial reactions as with his words.
To Jones, Green Bay is home and where he always wanted to be as he begins his second contract. He opened up about his past, present, and future to APC on Friday at his youth football camp.
The former Packers receiver-turned media analyst spoke on Tuesday and explains why he thinks the Packers and their disgruntled QB will come to an understanding before the 2021 season.
There are a handful of draft picks in the Packers’ 2021 group who stand out as potential contributors for the special teams, according to that group’s coordinator.
The Packers’ head coach also discussed Blake Bortles’ addition and the team’s tryout quarterbacks.
The Packers’ GM remains steadfast in his public commitment to Rodgers, who reportedly wants out of Green Bay.
The Packers had two names in mind when on the clock at 62. They eventually got both of them after moving up in round three.
The Packers’ head personnel man shot down reports that the team’s relationship with Aaron Rodgers is on the rocks.
Preston Smith also came up in discussions on Tuesday, as the GM appears prepared to bring back the veteran pass-rusher.
Drayton’s no-nonsense approach and individualized teaching style may be just what the doctor ordered for a unit that has struggled over the past decade.
The new Packers’ defensive coordinator spoke to the media for the first time on Tuesday.
The Packers’ head coach spoke about the Barry hire for the first time Tuesday.
The Packers’ head coach made no bones about wanting his quarterback to come back. He seemed to be very upset about one particular call from his defensive coordinator, however.
The Bucs outmatched the Packers in every phase of football on Sunday, and LaFleur must find a way to get his team back on track for another tough road game next weekend.
The Packers’ top veteran pass-rusher discusses one of his significant alignments and breaks down film to illustrate his approach.
LaFleur also weighed in on rookie tight end Josiah Deguara and something unusual he did as a playcaller in the Packers’ big win in Minnesota.
The team’s general manager said that he misses grinding through preseason in August leading down to cut-down weekend.
The second-year head coach isn’t looking forward to the journey from 80 to 53.
Injuries are leaving the Packers thin on the right side and the starting QB has taken notice.
The Packers’ head coach would not address the specific injury reported earlier Wednesday, but he did acknowledge that injury histories across the linebacker position as a whole are concerning.
With an eye on Saturday, LaFleur discussed the cut process and where the front office and coaching staff stand on the roster with a few days to go until the deadline to reach 53.
The 2020 seventh-round pick is soaking up all the knowledge he can.
Billy Turner, Adrian Amos, and Christian Kirksey feel supported by their teammates and Packers leadership as they navigate through difficult discussions about American society.
Two first round picks turned heads at Friday’s practice.
The Packers’ head coach spoke about the decision to cancel practice today.
The Packers’ offensive coordinator is loving working with the future Hall of Famer, who he says is fully buying into the team’s vision on offense for 2020.
The Packers’ 2020 fifth-round pick has impressed in practice so far.
After the Packers’ second practice inside Lambeau Field, LaFleur said he was very happy with how camp has unfolded so far.
Scott’s physical abilities have never been in question, but he’s struggled to maintain consistent output.
With yet another police shooting in the news — this one hitting close to home in Wisconsin — Aaron Rodgers singled out his veteran teammate as someone who is instrumental in the team’s discussions about racial and social injustice.
The Packers head coach met with the team’s leadership council after the weekend shooting and protests in Kenosha.
Mike Pettine and Mike Smith both spoke to reporters today, with both praising their second-year edge rusher and the latter going on a memorable tangent.