With the pro day circuit underway, today’s discussion centers on future NFL prospects including Washington State safety Deone Bucannon and more.
Friday is the final day the Packers can negotiate exclusively with their 17 upcoming unrestricted free agents.
The former ninth overall pick is close to signing a one year deal to stay with the Packers, ESPN reports.
The Wisconsin Badgers linebacker improved his numbers in the vertical and broad jumps as well as the three-cone drill.
The Minnesota defensive lineman said on Wednesday that he feels good about his meeting with the Packers from the NFL Combine.
Zach Heilprin of ESPNWisconsin joins Railbird Central to discuss the Wisconsin pro day workout.
The upcoming free agent of the Buffalo Bills was asked about the Packers during an appearance on ESPN’s NFL Live.
Packers general manager Ted Thompson is a yearly attendee of the Wisconsin pro day to see the Badgers draft prospects work out.
The University of Buffalo is one of eight schools holding their annual pro day workouts on Tuesday.
The Houston Texans tight end is scheduled to reach free agency next week, if he doesn’t sign a contract extension first.
With Sam Shields allowed to escape from the Packers’ grasp without so much as a tag or offer, some Packers fans are already on the verge of panic. It’s time for a healthy dose of reality…and patience.
Adam Schefter of ESPN proposed that the Packers could sign the New Orleans Saints tight end to an offer sheet and give up two first round draft picks.
The Packers and every team in the NFL has until 3:00 p.m. CT to potentially tag any player.
Last year the Packers lost Tom Crabtree by refusing to offer him a restricted free agent tender. They shouldn’t do the same with Lattimore.
After our interview, we also get into discussing Johnny Jolly, Jamari Lattimore and Chris Banjo as well.
Ticket sales to the team’s annual goodwill tour of the Midwest begin on Friday for stops in northern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula.
The 2014 NFL Scouting Combine is in the books. We run down some Packers takeaways from the annual event.
Offensive lineman Russell Bodine worked with new Packers strength and conditioning coach Chris Gizzi at North Carolina.
If you hear that Bucannon isn’t very good in coverage, take that criticism with a grain of salt. This guy is the real deal.
Moore did both linebacker and defensive line drills at the Combine but says the Packers are looking at him as a DL.