As part of a flurry of activity across the NFL on Monday before the start of free agency, a pair of former Packers players are in the news.
The Packers reportedly have an interest in free-agent center Jason Brown, who was released by the St. Louis Rams after the 2011 season.
Mississippi State's Quentin Saulsberry considers new Packers center Jeff Saturday one of the players he admires professional football.
The Green Bay Packers have agreed to a deal with free-agent center Jeff Saturday.
The Packers are a finalist to sign free agent center Jeff Saturday, according to Jason La Canfora.
Free agent Jeff Saturday is the best option the Packers have to fill the void at center in 2012.
The Packers have a scheduled visit with veteran center Jeff Saturday lined up, according to Adam Schefter.
Now that we know the Packers will be beginning a new phase at center next season, here's a rundown on who Ted Thompson may call on to replace the man who made 100 career starts in Green Bay.
The veteran center has reportedly agreed to terms with the St. Louis Rams
The veteran center is visiting Tennessee, where he would no doubt love to finish out his career.
A source tells Bill Huber of Packer Report that the veteran center is as good as gone.
The Packers have until 3 p.m. Central time to place the franchise tag on Matt Flynn, if such a scenario is going to happen.
Under the transition tag the Packers would have to pay Scott Wells around $8.4 million for one year, but might that prompt talks of a long-term extension?
With Scott Wells set to become a free agent in March, the Packers are considering their options at center while at the NFL Combine.
Brian Carriveau previews Thursday at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis where the focus will be on the offensive line from a Packers perspective.
The veteran center is coming off his best year as a pro and the Packers have few replacement options on-hand. But that doesn't mean Scott Wells will automatically be back with the Packers in 2012.
Wide receiver Greg Jennings is on his way back to the mainland while center Scott Wells is staying in Hawaii for a vacation.
Meanwhile, Greg Jennings, Randall Cobb and Bryan Bulaga returned to action during the Packers' first practice of the postseason.
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers will also do his weekly Tuesday interview with ESPNMilwaukee and ESPNMadison this afternoon.
Offensive lineman Bryan Bulaga said he expects to play on Sunday against the St. Louis Rams. That and more in today's Daily Links...
The former seventh round pick, and practice squad member, has preserved to become a key part of the Packers' success on offense.
Each player on the Packers offensive line deserves major credit for hanging 42 points on the New Orleans Saints defense last night.
From a Pro Bowl season by Josh Sitton to T.J. Lang being benched, we look at some of the best and worst possible outcomes for the offensive line in 2011.
The second-year offensive lineman never played center in college but is now backing up Scott Wells with the Packers.
Several members of the Packers offensive line worked out together in Tennessee yesterday. That and more in today's Daily Links...
Packers defensive line coach Mike Trgovac is a candidate to become the defensive coordinator for the Denver Broncos. That and more in today's Daily Links...
Defense is the calling card of the Chicago Bears, the only team standing in the way between the Green Bay Packers and the Super Bowl.
Charles Woodson looked good, and Jordy Nelson fared poorly, but who else earned our weekly designations in the Packers' 28-26 win over the Detroit Lions?
Center Scott Wells is concerned about being mic'ed up on national television for fear that opponents will pick up on his calls.
Good point over at the GBPG regarding one of the key matchups for tomorrow's game: