The veteran wide receiver told reporters his ACL injury is not kepping him out of the start of camp.
The team announced the release of a running back and a defensive lineman.
ESPN reports that several key Packers will start training camp on the sideline in shorts.
Green Bay will honor the Ol' Gunslinger while wearing their throwback uniforms against the Cowboys this October.
The team released their annual financial statement on Friday and the money continues to flow in the league's smallest market.
USA Today reports that the league will be in Green Bay to discuss the allegations raised in the Al-Jazeera America report linking them to performance enhancers and other drugs.
The third year center out of Ohio State did not participate in any drill work during today's practice.
The Packers running back has been under an intense amount of fan scrutiny all offseason.
The former Auburn strong safety spent time with the 49ers and Ravens in 2015.
WTMJ reports that the Green and Gold plan to enter the 2016 season without the veteran fullback on the roster.
The veteran defensive lineman missed most of 2015 with an ankle injury.
A few different NFL media members have reported that the Packers are looking to move the veteran tackle inside.
The veteran defender is switching positions in 2016.
The Milwaukee Jounral Sentinel reports Green Bay has been keeping in contact with the senior from Wesley College.
Bob McGinn of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has several tidbits on the Packers front office.
The Denver Post reports that Green Bay has signed the outside linebacker.
The Packers wide receiver continues to be on schedule during his comeback from last year's injury.
The Green and Gold open with two road games for the first time since 1924.
ESPN reports the Packers have not given reps for the veteran fullback any indication if he is in their plans for 2016.
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports the veteran linebacker has been let go.
The veteran cornerback violated the league's policy on performance enhancing substances.
NFL Network reports the veteran tight end is in Green Bay to sign a contract.
Green Bay seems content with their young stable of pass catchers heading into the 2016 season.
The Packers general manager met with reporters briefly on Monday at the NFL owners meetings in Florida.
Wolf will be director–football operations while Gutekunst will be director of player personnel.
ESPN reports the veteran running back will be back in the fold for 2016.
The National Football Post reports the former Rams tight end was in Green Bay for a free agent visit.
The Packers have dipped their toes into the free agent waters in signing the former Dolphin.
The Green Bay Press Gazette reports the former first round pick is ready to hang them up.
Aaron Rodgers' former backup will leave to be Andrew Luck's backup in Indy.