The turmoil between Rodgers and Green Bay has reportedly been settled - at least enough for the three-time MVP to return for the upcoming season.
Our final pre-camp prediction is here, with a few surprises in store.
Did Green Bay stoke a fire under Kevin King?
The depth behind the starting safeties could be a concern, unless someone steals the show during training camp.
Green Bay seemingly found a diamond in the rough in an undrafted rookie last season. Will he and a fellow 2020 rookie continue to impress in their second seasons?
Packers 2021 Offseason
Clark is the headliner, but the Packers need a few of their young linemen to step up around him.
Behind Green Bay’s top three edge rushers, the team is searching for situational contributors among its group of athletic but youthful options.
But can Josiah Deguara and Jace Sternberger grow into impact players?
Almost everyone has a role and Davante Adams is the ultimate alpha
The bigger question for the Packers is who will be their third running back behind their Thunder and Lightning combo?
APC’s pre-training camp roster review starts at the position everybody is talking about.
Yes, Davante Adams and the full wideout group will be in attendance.
Sitting out OTAs and skipping mandatory minicamp are very different things, so expect the Packers’ other wideouts to follow the same path Funchess is taking.
The NFL informed teams of league-wide plans to open stadiums at full capacity and welcome fans back to camp, a big boost for the Packers and their summer traditions.
The first team practice open to the media takes place today, so keep it here for updates.
This news should come as no surprise after the reports of strife between Rodgers and the Packers’ front office.
Most surprising are a few absences of holdovers from last year who could have participated this weekend.
The Packers are adding arms ahead of their first in-person offseason activities.
With Rodgers carrying a $39M cap hit in 2022 and the team headed for another difficult year with the salary cap, perhaps it makes sense that the team hasn’t worked hard on adjusting his contract just yet — especially after Brian Gutekunst said it’s part of the plan for the summer.
Get ready to see a lot of unfamiliar numbers at positions all across the football field this fall.
It does not address all of what the NFLPA asked for, but there are at least some concessions for virtual meetings.
Unlike other franchises with aging superstar quarterbacks, Green Bay hasn’t leveraged everything to win with theirs.
A reworked contract has seemed like a no-brainer for both sides. Now, there may be movement on that front.
This move should bring the Packers close to the cap after signing Aaron Jones.
Work continues to get the Packers under the salary cap with yet another free agent from 2019 getting a restructure
Green Bay offloaded some more cap money to 2022 with the deal, but keeps Smith around on an incentive-laden deal that is great for both sides.
The Packers’ excellent veteran safety is getting a check a week earlier than expected and helping his team free up a little bit of cap money for the coming season.
Alexander should cash in with a big salary for 2022 and probably a huge contract extension thereafter.
The Packers will give Devin Funchess another shot, but at a reduced price.
The Packers could save some cap space by moving Preston Smith, but finding a trade partner could be a tall order.
Whenever the final cap is announced, add a little less than $4 million to get to the number that the Packers will need to reach.
Let’s look back at past years to see when the Packers are likely to find out about and make big offseason news.
A mix of internal moves and external hires have solidified the Packers’ coaching staff for this season.
All of the league’s TV deals appear to be nearing completion, and the contracts may be officially announced in the next few days.
Mahaffey comes from Northern Iowa, where he was the offensive coordinator.
Teams can now plan for a slightly less bad worst-case scenario.
Green Bay still has work to do, but this is a big (and logical) first step.
The two new coordinators are locked in after a busy last week in Green Bay.
Joe Barry wasn’t the fans’ first choice as Packers defensive coordinator. Turns out, he wasn’t Matt LaFleur’s either. So where did he come from? And what will he bring to Green Bay? Hear from him, his former players and more.