3:13 PM EDT, Sat July 26, 2014
Green Bay Packers Rumors & News
Cincy Jungle 4 hours ago
The Green Bay Packers have two of their key offensive players heading into contract years, and they both play wide receiver. Randall Cobb and Jordy Nelson are on of the NFL's top WR-duos, but both will see their deals expire at the end of the 2014 season. That is, until Nelson signed a long-term deal with the PAckers today, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport: #Packers WR Jordy Nelson averages $9.76M on his new deal, which is a large upgrade. He gets an $11.5M signing bonus. Well-deserved — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) July 26, 2014 #Packers and Jordy Nelson agree on a 4-year...
Acme Packing Company 2 hours ago
According to reports, the Packers have inked top receiver Jordy Nelson to a four-year, $39 million extension. It appears the Packers have won at the negotiating table again. According to reports, the team has signed top receiver Jordy Nelson to a four-year, $39 million extension. The deal is believed...
Packers Blog | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 2 hours ago
Green Bay --- Through the summer, be sure to catch the blow-by-blow action in the JS Packers Blog. One slight change you may have noticed is the absence of the Vine video clips from a year ago. The team has now prohibited reporters from providing such video during practice. We'll still try to bring you moving pictures from practice in this space afterward.
Bears Blog | Chicago Breaking Sports 3 hours ago
ESPN.com reports: The Green Bay Packers have signed star wide receiver Jordy Nelson to a four-year, $39 million contract extension, incuding an $11.5 million signing bonus.
Packers Blog | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 3 hours ago
Green Bay - The Green Bay Packers made another move to assure them that one of their best players would be around for at least another four years.
Packers Blog | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 6 hours ago
After months of anticipation, the Green Bay Packers are back in action. The Packers kick off their 2014 training camp this morning at Ray Nitschke Field.
Jason Wilde Blog | ESPN Milwaukee 8 hours ago
Photo/The Packers found out what life without their star quarterback was like last season, and it wasn’t pleasant. GREEN BAY – Aaron Rodgers was adamant. So adamant, in fact, that he interrupted the question – not once, not twice, but three times.No, the Green Bay Packers quarterback will not take a different approach in 2014 in the wake of the first major injury – a fractured left collarbone that cost him essentially eight games – in his time as the team’s starter.“I’m not changing the way I play. I’m going to keep playing the same way,” Rodgers said during a Q&A...
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 18 hours ago
Based on continuity of specialists and coaching, the Green Bay Packers should be better than they’ve been on special teams.
Packers Blog | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 21 hours ago
Green Bay - Two players who have struggled with injuries during their pro careers will start the season on the physically unable to perform list for the Green Bay Packers.
Jason Wilde Blog | ESPN Milwaukee 22 hours ago
Photo/ Clay Matthews passed his physical Friday, meaning he’ll be eligible to practice on Saturday morning. GREEN BAY – Clay Matthews is apparently good to go.Mike Neal, Nick Perry, Letroy Guion, Jerel Worthy and Jeff Janis are not.According to the official NFL transaction wire, Neal and Perry flunked their physicals and were placed on the physically unable to perform list, meaning they will spend the Green Bay Packers’ first practice of training camp on the sideline watching. So too will Guion and Worthy, who were placed on the non-football injury list, and Janis, who was placed on...
Green Bay - Mike McCarthy was probably just being honest, but you couldn't help wonder whether he was also sending a message to his offensive linemen when he said Friday that this line had a chance to be the best he's had since becoming Packers head coach in 2006.
Green Bay - It's hard to believe a head coach wouldn't know if his best defensive player was scheduled to practice on the first day of training camp, but coach Mike McCarthy said he's not sure of linebacker Clay Matthews' status.
Jason Wilde Blog | ESPN Milwaukee Jul 25, 2014
Photo/ Clay Matthews spent the entire offseason as a spectator at practice but may be back in action Saturday morning. GREEN BAY – If his biggest defensive superstar is going to be ready and raring to go when training camp kicks off bright and early Saturday morning, Mike McCarthy wasn’t saying Friday.The Green Bay Pacekrs coach refused to reveal whether four-time Pro Bowl outside linebacker Clay Matthews, who broke his right thumb twice last season and sat out all of the team’s organized team activity practices and mandatory minicamp while healing from the second of two surgeries...
St. Paul Pioneer Press Jul 25, 2014
GREEN BAY -- Former Vikings and Packers quarterback Brett Favre might attend a game at Lambeau Field this season, but it won't be to retire his number.
Follow our live blog from Packers coach Mike McCarthy's 10 a.m. news conference opening training camp. Afterward, beat writer Tom Silverstein will answer fans' questions.
Jason Wilde Blog | ESPN Milwaukee Jul 25, 2014
Photo/ Having both Eddie Lacy and Aaron Rodgers on the field together should pose major problems for Packers opponents. GREEN BAY – Scott Tolzien knows a thing or two about the importance of an intimidating running game to a quarterback. Having played at the University of Wisconsin, where the ground game is king, Tolzien qualifies as an expert in how a running back influences an offense.After all, the Badgers essentially had three 1,000-yard rushers during Tolzien’s senior season of 2010 – James White (1,086), John Clay (1,028) and Montee Ball (996) – when UW reached the first...