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Packers Training Camp 2014

Toughest Positions to Cut and Most Improved

The Green Bay Packers need to trim down their roster to 53 by this afternoon. We take a look at which units improved the most this training camp, and which units will be the toughest to cut.

APC's Final 53-Man Roster Prediction

Everyone has their own take on how the Packers will round out their 53-man roster...and APC is no exception. Here are our final predictions.

Packers Full Training Camp Schedule

We now know exactly when the Packers will be practicing this summer as they prepare for their opening-week game against Seattle.

Notebook: Bradford Working at Inside Linebacker

The Packers appear to be planning to take a long look at their fourth-round pick on the inside in Thursday's preseason finale, while a rookie receiver made a few splash plays in the final practice.

Colt Lyerla Not Headed to IR, Reaches Settlement

The Packers will not send tight end Colt Lyerla to the injured reserve, instead waiving him injured with an injury settlement.

Packers Place Six on IR to Get to 75

The Packers used injured reserve on Tuesday to get down to 75 players.

MM on Backup QBs, Four-Down Players, Sitton at C

The questions were flying at the Packers' head coach today about one of the most hotly-contested battles on the roster and the backup plans at center.

McCarthy: Josh Sitton can play center

Packers head coach Mike McCarthy met with the media to discuss how his team is responding to JC Tretter's injury.

Notebook: Guion Practices Monday, Makes Impact

The Packers got a defensive linemen back for the first open practice after losing B.J. Raji for the season.

Monday Practice Updates and Live Thread

The Packers practice in front of the public for the first time since Raji and Tretter's injuries today.

Boyd Ready To Step Up at Nose After Raji's Injury

Josh Boyd spoke to the media on Sunday, saying he plans step up for the Packers at nose tackle after B.J. Raji's biceps injury ended his season.

Report: No Ligament Damage for Tretter

A report indicates that the Packers' starting center should be able to return after the first month or so of the regular season.

McCarthy: JC Tretter has "significant" knee injury

Packers head coach Mike McCarthy confirmed reports that center JC Tretter suffered a "significant" knee injury in Thursday's game against the Raiders.

Rettig's Release Signals GB's Interest in 3 QBs

The timing of rookie passer Chase Rettig's release suggests the Packers are considering keeping three quarterbacks on their final roster.

Packers Cut Harper, Rettig, Five Others

The Green Bay Packers took their first steps toward a 75-man active roster on Sunday, two days before the deadline.

APC's 75-Man Roster Cut Projections

APC projects which 13 players will be moved off the Packers' active roster to get down to 75 players.

Notebook: Hayward Sits, No Word on Game Status

On Thursday, the Packers previewed the practice format that they will use on the day before regular season games this season.

Thursday Practice Updates and Live Thread

The Packers get in final preparations for their third preseason game today.

McCarthy: Jeff Janis same as any young player

Packers head coach Mike McCarthy met with the media Wednesday during his team's day off.

McCarthy: Starters to play longer against Raiders

Packers head coach Mike McCarthy shared his plans to play his starters longer against the Raiders this weekend than in earlier preseason games.

Notebook: Stoneburner, Elliott Get Opportunities

The Packers took the field again on Tuesday, and some notable moves on the depth chart were observed.

TT: "Need to Keep the Best Players" for Final 53

The Packers' GM made it clear that there would be essentially no advantage given to drafted players over undrafted rookies or veterans in terms of making the roster out of training camp.

Tuesday Practice Updates and Live Thread

After an impressive Monday practice by Flynn and Tolzien, the QBs look to repeat in Tuesday's session.

Clay Matthews' Thumb Draws Attention in Practice

During Monday's practice, Packers beat writer Rob Demovsky tweeted out pictures of how Clay Matthews is protecting his surgically repaired right thumb.

McCarthy: Bostick to miss "a couple of weeks"

Packers head coach Mike McCarthy discussed his team's more recent preseason game and the injury to tight end Brandon Bostick.

Notebook: Flynn and Tolzien Both Impress on Monday

The Packers' backup quarterback battle is getting heated, and both Matt Flynn and Scott Tolzien had excellent practices on Monday.

Monday Practice Updates and Live Thread

The Packers resume practice on Monday of a short week.

McCarthy: Jordy is on course to practice tomorrow

Packers head coach Mike McCarthy met the media during his team's day off to address questions such as those pertaining to Jordy Nelson's status.

McCarthy: "Too much extra-curricular activity"

Packers head coach Mike McCarthy isn't pleased with the scuffles that have broken out during training camp practice.

Wednesday Practice Updates and Live Thread

The Packers resume practice at 11:45 AM this morning at Ray Nitschke Field.

MM: "Going to Put our Best Players" on Returns

In his post-practice presser, the Packers' coach addressed questions related to the return game and his wide receiver corps.

Notebook: Jordy Back, Janis has Up and Down Day

The Packers got one of their top players back from a minor injury on Tuesday, though he was not participating fully yet.

Tuesday Practice Updates and Live Thread

The Packers open practice back up to the public again on Tuesday afternoon - join us as we follow along with the events of the day.

McCarthy on WRs: Most depth we've ever had

Packers head coach Mike McCarthy reveals Jordy Nelson's hamstring injury and shares his belief that the current group of wide receivers is his deepest ever.

Nelson, Adams Not Practicing Monday; Burnett Back

Monday's closed practice features the greatest number of players sitting out for the Packers thus far in camp.

Knee-Jerk Reactions: Don't Panic on Peppers

Here's our attempt to preach patience and remind everyone that the Packers' first preseason game should not be assumed to be a sure sign of things to come.