Alabama running back Eddie Lacy addressed the possibility of playing for the Green Bay Packers while at the NFL Combine.
The Packers Hall of Fame receiver is working with Tavon Austin, Corey Fuller and Marcus Davis as they prepare for the NFL Draft in April.
Matt Elam of Florida and Shamarko Thomas of Syracuse are both under 5-11, an invisible height barrier that the Packers have rarely broken under Ted Thompson.
The son of former Packers safety Ken Stills is a wide receiver at Oklahoma and is entering the NFL Draft.
Tyler Eifert of Notre Dame and Zach Ertz of Stanford are possibilities with the 26th pick in the first round for the Packers should Jermichael Finley leave.
Railbird Central airs interviews with former LSU cornerback Tyrann Mathieu and Florida safety Matt Elam from the NFL Combine.
Ohio State tackle Reid Fragel looks up to T.J. Lang as a Detroit area native that made it as an offensive lineman in the NFL.
LSU outside linebacker prospect Sam Montgomery has some major question marks to overcome if he’s going to be drafted ahead of teammate Barkevious Mingo.
The Green Bay Packers are one of two teams Manti Te’o has met with so far during the NFL Combine in Indianapolis.
Louisiana Tech offensive tackle Jordan Mills is hoping to impress scouts at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis this weekend.
Arkansas quarterback Tyler Wilson reacts to being compared to former Packers quarterback Brett Favre.
Now that John Schneider, Reggie McKenzie and John Dorsey are leading their own teams, Ted Thompson will be challenged to find new player talent with a revamped front office.
If the Packers are considering taking a kicker in the NFL Draft, Florida’s Caleb Sturgis is one of the names that will be available to them.
Wisconsin center Travis Frederick is among the top-rated centers in this year’s NFL Draft class. Could the Packers spend their first round pick on him?
California center and fellow California product Brian Schwenke talks about the potential of snapping the ball to Aaron Rodgers in the NFL.
Tyler Dunne of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel joins Railbird Central to preview the NFL Combine that begins Wednesday in Indianapolis.
Tight ends, offensive linemen and specialists will be arriving today in Indianapolis and will be interviewing with the Green Bay Packers.
From Adam Schefter of ESPN… Alabama RB Eddie Lacy will not work out at combine after suffering small tear in some tissue around his hamstring while training last week. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February 18, 2013 As we saw from Sunday’s internet mock draft survey, Lacy is (tied for) second only to teammate Barrett Jones [...]
New Packers quarterback B.J. Coleman talked to Cheesehead TV about becoming a “student of the game.”