The 2013 first-round pick was mostly recognized in the Packers' 3-4 scheme as a defensive end. Not so much anymore.
The hybrid defender from Marshall is becoming used to constant questioning coming from his critics.
The pass-rush starved Green Bay Packers have reportedly started dialogue with the former Oakland Raider.
Illinois hybrid defensive end/outside linebacker Whitney Mercilus is drawing comparisons to the Giants' premiere pass rusher.
From being left by his mother to later dealing with her suicide, Kyle Wilber has overcome many obstacles to put himself in a position to be drafted into the NFL.
The Packers have several needs to address during the 2012 offseason. The good news is that they should have 12 draft choices to begin that process.
The coaching staff has acknowledged there will be a rotation at outside linebacker on Sunday as the Packers face the Lions.
As long as Frank Zombo responds well Saturday morning, a rotation at outside linebacker opposite Clay Matthews is a likely scenario.
Erik Walden and Frank Zombo could rotate at outside linebacker on Sunday against the Chargers. That and more in today's Daily Links...
The Vikings game is the perfect opportunity to see what outside linebacker Vic So'oto can provide the Packers defense.
The battle between Frank Zombo, Erik Walden and Brad Jones continues. Packers bloggers weigh in.
Frank Zombo, Erik Walden and Brad Jones are entrenched in a battle for a spot in the starting lineup. That and more in our Packers Blog Roundup...
Offensive line and outside linebacker are the biggest needs of the Green Bay Packers heading into the NFL Draft on Thursday.
Less than a week to go - Garda takes you around the league for more mocks, an interview with a very sharp small-school running back and a few odds and ends in this week's Round-Up.
We might not know the names of the player the Packers might draft in 2011, but we do know what positions they may be targeting.
With Brandon Chillar practicing with the first-string defense at outside linebacker the past two days, Brady Poppinga has been relegated to playing second fiddle.
Brad Jones has the tools to take his game to the proverbial "next level". Cheesehead TV sees good things ahead.
Jason Wilde's story on the competition between Brad Jones and Brady Poppinga is not to be missed.
Playing Brady Poppinga ahead of Brad Jones makes little to no sense.
Greg Bedard's case for Jason Taylor makes a lot of sense, which is why Ted Thompson will pay no attention.