All Entries in the "Packers News" Category

Some players are set to report to work, where their coaches have been told not to speak to them. Welcome to the NFL.

Judge Susan Nelson has issued her ruling, in favor of the players, in Brady vs. NFL. The NFL has said it will appeal the ruling.

Arizona running back Nic Grigsby and Alabama quarterback Greg McElroy were taken in the sixth and seventh rounds of #MockThree.

Cullen Jenkins, Andrew Brandt, Chad Reuter - and a very special mystery guest are set to join Corey and Aaron on Wednesday night.

With their fourth-round compensatory draft choice, the Packers picked Southern Arkansas defensive lineman Cedric Thornton.

Brian Carriveau joined WSCO-AM in Appleton yesterday to preview the NFL Draft from a Green Bay Packers perspective.

Rare recordings of a local radio show Packers legend Don Hutson used to host are now available on the new Packers Hall of Fame website.

LSU tackle Joseph Barksdale was the third-round selection, while the Packers traded up to grab Tennessee tight end Luke Stocker in the fourth round.

Johnny Jolly was put on deferred adjudication in a Houston court yesterday. That and more in today's Daily Links...

Brian Carriveau visited with WSSP-AM in Milwaukee to talk about the upcoming NFL Draft from a Green Bay Packers perspective.

The Packers had a pair of safeties from the University of Delaware in for a visit. That and more in today's Daily Links...

With the 64th overall selection in the Twitter mock draft, the Packers selected the wide receiver and return specialist from Boise State.

In a draft season filled with the mongering of rumors, Wednesday's Mallett rumor is a sure sign we're ready for the Draft.

The Packers also play five nationally televised games in 2011 as well. That and more in today's Daily Links.

The outside linebacker from UCLA was the first round pick for Green Bay in the Twitter mock draft.

The last two Super Bowl champs will face off on opening night.

The Draft could be the last bastion of normalcy for fans - not to mention for the league and its players - for quite some time if the labor impasse stretches into the summer.

AJ Green is considered by many to be the top wide receiver in the 2011 NFL Draft. Andrew Garda (froggy voice and all) breaks down why he's so highly regarded using examples from the 2010 Georgia/Auburn game.

Aaron Rodgers lost to Browns running back Peyton Hillis in the voting being held at That and more in today's Daily Links...

The NFL 2011 regular season schedule is set to be released Tuesday night.

Packer fans can count on being flummoxed at least once, if not several times, when the Packers' picks are announced next week.

Further details of the proposed Titletown development district were shared this past weekend. That and more in today's Daily Links...

Brian Carriveau will represent the Green Bay Packers in the #MockThree mock draft event on Twitter.

Quarterback Adam Weber indicated scouts of the Green Bay Packers came to the Minnesota campus during his senior season.

An extensive look at the many different aspects of pass protection from long-time contributor "Paul Ott Carruth".

The Packers were in attendance to watch the Eastern Washington running back's pro day workout. That and more in today's Daily Links...

Injured defensive lineman Mike Neal was reportedly told by team doctors he'll be ready for training camp. That and more in today's Daily Links...

The Packers would do well to look at the wide receiver out of North Carolina as a possible replacement for James Jones.

Hawaii wide receiver Kealoha Pilares talked to Cheesehead TV about the possibility of playing in a cold weather environment like Green Bay.

Ex-Packer PR man Jeff Blumb reports the Packers will most likely open up against their historic rivals from Chicago.