Former Green Bay Packers special teams coordinator Shawn Slocum has landed on his feet at Arizona State, the university announced on Monday:
The Packers are ranked 32nd in the NFL by the Dallas Morning News.
After multiple special teams miscues in the NFC Championship game, the Packers special teams coordinator has to go.
Cheesehead TV brings you a curated collection of highlights from the team's offensive, defensive and special teams coordinators.
The Packers have allowed six blocked kicks and two touchdown returns this season, putting the special teams coordinator's job in jeopardy.
Mason Crosby has silenced his doubters with a solid start to the season. Not many kickers would have gotten this kind of second chance, and he's making the most of it with a spectacular season.
After a 3-for-8 performance on field goals at Family Night, some folks are concerned about Mason Crosby. I'm beyond concerned. It's time for Crosby to go.
Considering kicker Mason Crosby ranked last in the NFL in field goal percentage in 2012, the Packers special teams performed rather admirably.
After many years as Packer fans favorite whipping boy, Shawn Slocum has quietly brought the Packers' special teams back to respectability, and not just because of the well-executed fake field goal.
Randall Cobb had a fantastic debut and the special teams looked atrocious, but who else received our weekly "Chips Report" distinctions in the Packers 42-34 victory over the Saints in Week 1?
Former Packers safety Atari Bigby signed with the Seattle Seahawks in free agency. That and more in our Packers Blog Roundup...
Tim Masthay doesn't expect the large high-definition video screens in Cowboys Stadium to affect the Packers' punting game.
Special teams played a large role in containing the Eagles in the Packers' 27-20 victory to open the 2010 season.
Head coach Mike McCarthy and special teams coach Shawn Slocum made their voices heard at training camp practice on Monday afternoon.
I know special teams can win or lose a game. I know they're important. But nothing about a special teams coach being hired (or promoted) gets my...