If the Green Bay Packers were hoping Ryan Pickett would remain available as a Plan B or emergency signing on the defensive line, he's no longer a...
The impact of recent injuries to Raji, Tretter and Jones are analyzed.
The free agent defensive lineman hosts a high school football camp in Brookfield, Wis. on Saturday.
Benefitting the Ryan Pickett Foundation, a celebrity dinner takes place Friday evening in Solana Beach, Cal.
Despite the Packers filling their 90-man roster with the addition of linebacker Shaun Lewis earlier in the week, head coach Mike McCarthy's tune...
During an appearance on satellite's SiriusXM NFL Radio on Thursday, defensive lineman Ryan Pickett discussed his free agent status and potential of...
The situations facing both Finley and Jolly are complicated by injury and neither is a guarantee to return to the Packers in 2014.
Also, Ryan Pickett appeared to drop out of practice. We'll check on his status after practice. #Packers
Nick Goddard of CBS affiliate WFRV-TV in Green Bay reports that an ambulance had been called to the home of Packers defensive lineman Ryan Pickett...
Curly's Pub announced Tuesday a new partnership with the Packers that will help raise money for charities.
Defensive lineman Ryan Pickett is hosting his first ever namesake charity Celebrity Golf Classic on Saturday in Lakeside, Cal.
Differing reports say the Packers defensive lineman is either "out of shape" or the lightest he's been in years.
On June 21st and 22nd, Ryan Pickett will host a Celebrity Golf Event at the Barona Resort and Casino in Lakeside, California....
The future of two Packers players are discussed at length on the newest episode of Railbird Central––linebacker A.J. Hawk and defensive lineman Ryan Pickett.
Defensive lineman Ryan Pickett deserves credit for his solid, if unspectacular, play week in and week out.
In other news, head coach Mike McCarthy confirmed Marshall Newhouse missed practice because of a personal matter but is expected to play Sunday.
Ryan Pickett's move back to nose tackle from defensive end is paying off for the Packers.
Aaron takes a look at the different defensive line alignments and how the Packers are testing out their personnel in each one.
Bob McGinn reports that the Packers are planning on moving Ryan Pickett back to the nose tackle position he excelled at back in 2009.
The defensive linemen have struggled with their weight and conditioning during full offseasons. The team needs to be extra cautious with them when they hit the field after the lockout.
The switch made before the season to place B.J. Raji at nose tackle and Ryan Pickett at end has paid dividends for the Packers in the form of a Super Bowl appearance.
Per Tom Silverstein:
Packers S Nick Collins signing three-year, $23.4 M contract extension, sources said. Will get $14 mil in the first year
Per Adam Schefter:
Green Bay Packers placed their franchise tag on DT Ryan Pickett. The DT franchise tag is $7 million. Pickett not going anywhere.
Greg Bedard has not been sitting around twiddling his thumbs down in Mobile.
One of my biggest concerns when the Packers announced their intention to switch to a 3-4 scheme was the nose tackle position.
Of course, by the time you read this he could be signed with the Giants or the Seahawks, but if not...
I'm still dubious, but Mike Lombardi is selling that Pickett is a great fit for Capers' brand of 3-4 defense. Who am I not to buy?
McCarthy just had his Monday presser and indicated that Ryan Pickett would be 'questionable' for Sunday's game against Indy.
I am trying desperately to write a positive article about the Packers defense.