San Francisco 49ers defensive back Perrish Cox talks about the gameplan and halftime adjustments the Niners made for Randall Cobb and Jermichael Finley.
It's easy to see how the 49ers are in the Super Bowl with a linebacker group that's probably the very best in the NFL. Comparatively, the Packers are behind the curve.
Super Bowl coaches and brothers Jim and John Harbaugh respond to President Obama's recent comments on safety in football.
Political analyst and 2013 Super Bowl committee co-chair James Carville talks about what the Super Bowl means to a city still recovering from disaster.
The AFC pool report from Alex Marvez for the Pro Football Writers of America
The NFC pool report from Peter King for the Pro Football Writers of America
Aaron's pick for the Super Bowl.
Tracy White, who played with the Packers from 2006 to 2008, is playing in his first Super Bowl as a member of the New England Patriots.
Aaron gives his predictions - from the heart and from the head - for the Packers' 2011 season.
Vic So'oto took a victory lap around Lambeau Field last Thursday after cementing a spot on the Final 53. Who did he defeat? Something far more scary than the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Packers fans should circle the evening of September 7th on their calendars.
Packers players are working out, hard, individually this offseason. Fans' worries about complacency setting in are misplaced.
Andrew Garda takes a look behind the scenes at an aspect of the CBA battle we're not talking about: Big Market Owners vs Small Market Owners. (part 1)
The Packers have done their fair share to involve fans in celebrating the Super Bowl XLV victory. There's nothing wrong with a single, small-scale, formal ceremony.
The entire team will receive their rings at a ceremony being held inside the Lambeau Field Atrium.
After sitting in limbo for the last two months, the champs will finally receive their rings.
Linebacker A.J. Hawk discusses his new play-calling duties this past season.
Corey Behnke's photos from Superbowl XLV.
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Aaron gives his prediction for Super Bowl XLV
Linebacker Erik Walden is predicted to be inactive for the Super Bowl against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Brian gives the Pittsburgh Steelers the edge in today's Super Bowl over the Green Bay Packeres... and hopes he's wrong.
The Packers offensive tackles must win their one on one matchups for the Packers offense to expose the Steelers secondary.
New Orleans Saints quarterback, the MVP of Super Bowl XLIV last year, said he thinks the Green Bay Packers can win the Super Bowl.
Corey Behnke's photos from the NFL media center for Superbowl XLV.
Linebacker Erik Walden is listed as questionable for Sunday's Super Bowl against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Packers are looking to become the first team in the history of the NFC to win the Super Bowl.