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Do the Packers have to choose between the two running backs, or does the pair working together create the best weapon for the offense?

The Packers practice for the final time in pads in a practice open to the public this afternoon at Ray Nitschke Field.

Sunday's practice featured three receivers returning to action while three more watched from the sidelines.

Veterans Brett Swain and Spencer Havner, who earned Super Bowl rings with the Packers last season, have been released.

Simple shading would help fans understand the history behind the idea behind the 1929 throwback helmets, which were leather.

The Packers beat the Colts in a heart-stopper (okay, it's preseason: a heart-pauser) 24-21 in an August classic with a rally that shed all remnants of lockout bitterness among the Green and Gold faithful. C.D. Angeli hands out squad grades.

Running back James Starks played every snap but one on third downs in the first half with the Packers' first-string offense.

Knee jerk reactions to the Packers' 24-21 win over the Indianapolis Colts in Week 3 of the preseason.

In one of the evening's featured games, former Packers linebacker Bryce Paup will lead Green Bay Southwest in a road game at Manitowoc Lincoln, a battle of 1-0 teams.

One thing to watch in each phase of the game as the Packers prepare to take on the Colts this evening at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.

The blue and yellow 1929 alternate, third uniform will be worn against the St. Louis Rams in Week 6 of the 2011 season.

The odds of Aaron Rodgers winning the NFL's MVP Award is 11-2. That and more in today's Daily Links...

Tonight's game is televised nationally on CBS at 7 p.m. Central time. Ian Eagle and Phil Simms have the call.

Randall Cobb and D.J. Williams combined to form two of the top seven SEC receivers in "clutch catches" in 2010.

A page from Dom Capers' defensive playbook.

The Packers said they'll seek NFL approval for a public stock sale to help fund the new Lambeau Field expansion.

Could the Packers go as far as trading running back Ryan Grant? One blogger thinks so...

Will a vote of confidence from linebackers coach Kevin Greene be enough to save a roster spot for Frank Zombo?

Randall Cobb has been ruled out of Friday's game while Greg Jennings' prospects don't look good for tomorrow. That and more in today's Daily Links...

Plans for Lambeau Field expansion including more seating in the south end zone will be announced in a press conference today.

Andrew continues his series of interviews in Jaguars country as he talks Jack Del Rio, Maurice Jones-Drew, Garrard vs Gabbert and relocation with Alfie Crow from BigCatCountry.com.

Jerry Kramer, an offensive lineman from the 1960s Super Bowl champion era Packers, was not named as part of the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Seniors Committee.

Ryan Grant's base salary has reportedly been lowered from $3.5 million to $2.5 million in 2011.

When considering the future of Ryan Grant and Matt Flynn in Green Bay, don't discount their compensatory draft pick value.

Pages of a Packers special teams playbook were found scattered from a recycling truck around Green Bay.

Rookie wide receiver Randall Cobb won't say whether he'll be available for the regular season opener. Packers bloggers weigh in on the matter...

Offensive lineman Nick McDonald and Marshall Newhouse exchanged words at yesterday's training camp practice. That and more in today's Daily Links...

Today is the final practice before the Packers take on the Colts in Friday's preseason game.

Aaron Nagler appears on FOX11's Training Camp Report in Green Bay.

When Mike McCarthy introduced his zone blocking scheme back in 2006, he touted interchangeability and competition would create a solid offensive line. Five years later, we've seen top-notch quality players and flexibility don't necessarily go hand-in-hand.

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