1:21 AM EDT, Thu July 02, 2015

Journal Sentinel hires new Packers beat reporter

I'm happy to announce that Michael Cohen will fill the big shoes of Tyler Dunne as a reporter on our Green Bay Packers beat.

Favre: Thompson sent congratulatory texts after Vikings' wins

 Photo/Sports Illustrated Brett Favre is on the cover of this week’s special Where Are They Now? issue of SI. GREEN BAY – For all the hard feelings there were after Brett Favre’s ugly divorce from the Green Bay Packers and subsequent two-year stretch with the archrival Minnesota Vikings, the future Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback got a couple of interesting text messages after he beat his former team twice during the 2009 season.In a lengthy feature by Greg Bishop in this week’s edition of Sports Illustrated, Favre says he received congratulatory text messages from Packers...

Brett Favre in SI: 'I think I could play'

Brett Favre, wearing his old Green Bay Packers jersey, is featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated this week as part of the magazine's Where are They Now issue.

Albert 'Pat' Peppler was Packers personnel director during Glory Years

The Green Bay Packers have lost another member of the Vince Lombardi era. Former director of player personnel Albert “Pat” Peppler died Tuesday at age 93.

Packers young cornerbacks a long way from battle ready

Beyond Sam Shields and Casey Hayward is a very young, very under-developed collection of cornerbacks with work to do before Green Bay’s season opener in Chicago.

Packers still mindful of workouts in quiet time until camp

We dont hang banners here for playoff appearances. We hang them for Super Bowls, because thats whats expected. Packers guard TJ Lang, end of minicamp

Packers' Andrew Quarless had top-of-the-line tight end mentality

When Andrew Quarless said he considers himself in the “top echelon” of tight ends, his coach didn’t cringe. When the Green Bay Packers’ sixth-year tight end said this spring before the team’s annual Tailgate Tour that he puts himself in a Rob Gronkowski-level “bracket,” no, Jerry Fontenot didn’t scold his player.

Camp schedule set; fans get 17 open practices

 Photo/ Aaron Rodgers and the Packers get back to work with an 8:20 a.m. practice on Thursday, July 30. GREEN BAY – Green Bay Packers fans will have 17 opportunities – including the annual Family Night event at Lambeau Field on Aug. 8 – to see their team practice before the regular season begins Sept. 13 at Chicago.Beginning with an 8:20 a.m. practice on Thursday, July 30, the Packers will hold seven morning practices in the first nine days of training camp – on July 30 and 31, and Aug. 1, 3, 4, 6 and 7. There are no practices set for Aug. 2 or Aug. 5.After the Family Night event...

McCarthy, Zimmer agree: Ping-pong makes for a bad team-building activity

 Photo/ Mike Zimmer didn’t have his Vikings do a team-building event at minicamp, whereas Mike McCarthy did one with is Packers. GREEN BAY – No one knows for sure if Minnesota Vikings coach Mike Zimmer was thinking of Mike McCarthy and the Green Bay Packers when he said it Thursday, but the Packers head coach agrees with his NFC North colleague on this much: Ping-pong is not a good team-building exercise.In an interview with Paul Allen on Twin Cities radio station KFAN Thursday, Zimmer said he didn’t have his players do a non-football team-building event the way some other NFL teams...

Mike McCarthy wraps up Packers minicamp

Green Bay --- Running highlights from Mike McCarthy's Thursday news conference...

Live coverage: Packers minicamp practice

Follow our live coverage from the sidelines of the Green Bay Packers' minicamp practice Thursday morning. Practice starts at 10:30. Afterward, stay tuned for Mike McCarthy's news conference.

Packers Podcast: Last hurrah for McGinn & Dunne

In their final Packers Podcast together, Tyler Dunne and Bob McGinn look back at their years on the podcast together and discuss the Packers' OTAs and minicamp.

Starr hopes for Lambeau Field return, with help from stem-cell therapy

 Photo/ Bart Starr, shown here at the 2011 NFL season opener, is undergoing stem-cell treatments in hopes of returning to Lambeau Field for a game. GREEN BAY – Bart Starr’s goal is a simple one, and one that he’s willing to go to science for help on: Returning to Lambeau Field.The Green Bay Packers’ legendary quarterback and Pro Football Hall of Famer, who suffered multiple strokes last autumn and has been working to recover since, is participating in a clinical trial involving stem-cell therapy. According to his family, the 81-year-old Starr underwent the first of two stem-cell...

Bart Starr undergoing stem cell treatment in stroke recovery

In a statement released through the Packers Tuesday, Starr's family said he returned home from the first of two treatments in a clinical trial last Friday.

Back from school, WR Ty Montgomery hits the ground running

Green Bay Its been a difficult year for Ty Montgomery off the field. The Green Bay Packers wide receiver has lost several close family members.

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