Former Green Bay Packers front office executive and current Kansas City Chiefs general manager John Dorsey signed a couple of players on Tuesday...
Former Green Bay Packers first round draft pick Derek Sherrod was the subject of just one of several Packers-related tryout news items published on...
After being released by the Green Bay Packers, offensive lineman Derek Sherrod cleared waivers on Tuesday, according to the NFL's transaction wire....
The Packers parted ways with their 2011 first round draft pick on Monday.
General Manager Ted Thompson will, as usual, stick with his own guys rather than look for help outside the building.
The offensive lineman's play against the Rams didn't inspire confidence.
Sherrod played 46 snaps in the Packers' first preseason game, both at left and right tackle.
Don Barclay's ACL injury puts the pressure on Derek Sherrod, the Packers' 2011 first-round pick.
There's a now-or-never feeling about Sherrod in 2014. Does he deserve first crack at being the top backup at the tackle position?
Friday is the final day the Packers can add a fifth-year to Sherrod's contract, which isn't expected to happen.
Why did Peter King of MMQB.com say he's be surprised if the Packers didn't take a tackle in the first two rounds of the draft?
In comments shared from Packers head coach Mike McCarthy's season-ending press conference:
Moves the Packers should make include putting Derek Sherrod at right tackle and increasing the roles of Casey Hayward and Brad Jones.
Linebacker Sam Barrington was also placed on season-ending injured reserve as part of a series of roster moves on Tuesday.
The Packers only have until Tuesday to decide Derek Sherrod's future. The clock is ticking, especially if they have to add a quarterback to the roster.
Marshall Newhouse and Derek Sherrod are waiting in the wings if Don Barclay can't stop opposing pass rushers from harassing Aaron Rodgers.
Following his first practice since 2011, Derek Sherrod followed up today by practicing in pads. It was his first padded practice, as yesterday he...
Derek Sherrod's three-week window opened on Wednesday as he works his way back from the team's PUP list.
Derek Sherrod, Jerel Worthy and Sean Richardson are among the players can can practice for the first time in a scaled-back session Wednesday in Green Bay.
On Railbird Central, we take a look at Derek Sherrod's future in Green Bay, as well as what losing DuJuan Harris means for the Packers.
After breaking two bones and undergoing two surgeries, Derek Sherrod has not played for the Packers since 2011. He spent all of last season on...
In his post-practice press conference Monday, Packers coach Mike McCarthydiscussed injury progress for two PUP players.
With practice set of commence on Friday, the results of training camp physicals will be of utmost important to these Green Bay Packers.
Offensive lineman Derek Sherrod remained on the reserve/PUP list on Tuesday as his window to return had closed. That and more in today's Daily Links...
Derek Sherrod is eligible to practice with the Packers for the next three weeks before the team makes a decision on his future. That and more in today's Daily Links...
In the best-case scenario, Bryan Bulaga makes the Pro Bowl in 2012, but in the worst-case scenario, neither Marshall Newhouse, Derek Sherrod nor anyone else inspires any confidence at left tackle.
Green Bay Packers linebackers Desmond Bishop and Frank Zombo each failed their pre-training camp physical Wednesday.
Packers coach Mike McCarthy gave injury updates on Derek Sherrod, Andrew Quarless, John Kuhn and Alex Green Wednesday.
Attention will be on players who spent last season on injured reserve like Alex Green, Derek Sherrod and Andrew Quarless.
A look back at the week's headlines as well as who had a good week and who had a bad week.