All Entries in the "Packers News" Category

Two local radio stations conducted a combined 18 interviews with current and former Packers at yesterday's Greg Jennings Celebrity Golf Tournament.

Offensive lineman Mark Tauscher yesterday addressed his future with the Packers. That and more in today's Daily Links...

Mason Crosby talked about the NFL lockout, free agency, receiving his Super Bowl ring and his thoughts on player-ran workouts.

Brian tackles the realities of player-organized workouts as well as interviews C.D. Angeli of TundraVision.com and Cheesehead Radio.

Aaron Rodgers joined the FOX Sports announcers in the broadcasting booth and said he and his teammates were going to get together for workouts.

Even though much of the team is getting together, no practice are scheduled before next Thursday. That and more in today's Daily Links...

Quarterback Aaron Rodgers will toss the ceremonial first pitch at Miller Park tonight when the Milwaukee Brewers host the New York Mets.

Alumni such as Ahman Green, Bill Schroeder and Bryce Paup are taking part in this summer's youth football camps around the state.

Wide receiver Greg Jennings will appear on Royal Pains on the USA Network this season. That and more in today's Daily Links...

Greg Jennings tells the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that NFL players need training camp.

In a typical year, minicamps wrap up in mid-June and players go into a month-long period of active rest until training camp.

Former NFL linebacker Tedy Bruschi questioned the leadership of the Packers on ESPN. That and more in today's Daily Links...

Clay Matthews is spending his offseason battling other NFL players in mixed martial arts workouts with trainer Jay Glazer.

The league and the players met in New York City today to continue the talks that started last week in Chicago.

D.J. Williams goes from overcoming an abusive childhood to clearing the wreckage in Joplin, Mo. to now navigating the NFL lockout.

Driver talks about how he wouldn't have practiced during OTAs due to his injured ankle, appearing on the Mo'Nique Show, the design of the Super Bowl ring and a variety of other topics.

Brian brings up head coach Mike McCarthy's recent comments to the media and also interviews Monty McMahon of TotalPackers.com.

As the NFL files it's motion to dismiss the Brady case and people talk of a September hearing, Andrew Garda cautions you to not read too much into it.

Mike McCarthy tackled several subjects during his charity golf outing on Monday. More on McCarthy's comments appear in today's Daily Links...

Fourth-round draft choice, cornerback Davon House, talked to Cheesehead TV about about the lockout, meeting his new teammates and joining a defensive backfield that includes Charles Woodson and Tramon Williams.

Donald Driver brought up his potential inclusion into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Sunday. That and more in today's Daily Links...

Rookies Davon House, D.J. Williams, Ricky Elmore and D.J. Smith got to meet many of their veteran teammates on the Packers for the first time.

Driver's fourth annual charity softball game was a hit for the fans, the players and the beneficiaries of the Donald Driver Foundation.

The Packers have done their fair share to involve fans in celebrating the Super Bowl XLV victory. There's nothing wrong with a single, small-scale, formal ceremony.

Through a sponsorship, wide receiver Jordy Nelson makes a difference in a young boy's life in El Salvador.

Free agent defensive lineman Cullen Jenkins personally attended the NFL labor court hearing yesterday in St. Louis. That and more in today's Daily Links...

Brian gets prepared for the Donald Driver celebrity softball game on Sunday as well as interviews Thomas Hobbes of AllGreenBayPackers.com.

The seven year veteran of the Packers personnel staff is named assistant director of player personnel.

Aaron Rodgers was honored by the California State Assembly on Thursday.

The Owners and former NFLPA have been meeting behind closed doors? A source of hope? Andrew Garda thinks so....

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