The Packers safety will appear on WDUZ in Green Bay at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday evening, streamed live TheFan1075.com.
The Packers safety will appear at 6:30 p.m. CT on several television markets in Wisconsin and across the Midwest.
The Green Bay Packers safety will appear on satellite radio between 7:00 and 11:00 a.m. CT on Sunday.
There’s very little depth at safety in Green Bay, and beyond Morgan Burnett, there’s not much experience either. As little as one injury at the position could be costly.
The Green Bay Packers are soon to return both Charles Woodson and Sam Shields. Defensive coordinator Dom Capers must now figure out how to split the snaps for his deep secondary.
The future is bright for defensive backs like Casey Hayward, Davon House and Jerron McMillian, but their up-and-down performance last week should serve as a wake-up call.
The Packers escaped Ford Field with a victory as the young defensive backfield led the way with turnovers and personal redemption.
Aaron Rodgers found his rhythm, the officials clearly didn’t, and M.D. Jennings’ unlucky streak continued. That and more in Monday’s wrap-up of the Packers victory over the Saints.
Packers Family Night kicks off Friday at around 7:30 p.m. CT. We list five players we’ll be watching during the intra-squad scrimmage.
The veteran safety and expected starter at safety was reportedly cut before the Packers’ first training camp practice.
The Green Bay Packers finished up their 2012 minicamp Thursday. We break down everything you need to know from the final event before training camp.
A look back at the week’s headlines as well as who had a good week and who had a bad week.
With Nick Collins out of the picture and Charlie Peprah sitting out due to an injury, M.D. Jennings worked with the starters at practice on Tuesday.
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers had another scintillating performance while Randall Cobb had a costly turnover, but who else earned our weekly “Chips Report” designations?
Why haven’t the Packers officially placed safety Nick Collins on injured reserve? Only Ted Thompson knows.
When the Packers kept Jamari Lattimore and M.D. Jennings on the 53-man roster, the message sent by the organization was “Help us win now.”