All Entries in the "Packers News" Category

The Packers practiced 20 minutes longer than usual in their final practice in Green Bay before leaving for Dallas on Monday.

Aaron Nagler talks Packers with Joel Fry on 98.3 WOW FM in Des Moines.

Head coach Mike McCarthy said the Packers worked on red zone and blitz during Saturday's practice in preparation for the Super Bowl.

California head coach Jeff Tedford spoke at length with KGO-TV in San Francisco about quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

Tim Masthay doesn't expect the large high-definition video screens in Cowboys Stadium to affect the Packers' punting game.

Wide receiver Jordy Nelson discusses enjoying the Super Bowl atmosphere yet keeping his focus and trying to win the game at the same time.

While the Steelers have been practicing since Wednesday, the Packers returned to the practice field today and did so without pads.

Rookie outside linebacker Frank Zombo returned to practice on Friday while fellow outside linebacker Erik Walden remained out with an ankle injury.

In addition to previewing the Super Bowl, we talk to Michael Schottey of who's in Mobile, Ala. for a Senior Bowl update, including some info on Casey Matthews.

Aaron was a vocal critic of both Chad Clifton and Charles Woodson early in the 2010 season. Now, he admits that he was wrong.

Chicago Bears defensive end Julius Peppers has reportedly been fined $10,000 for his hit on Aaron Rodgers. That and more in today's Daily Links...

The last time the Packers played the Steelers, Brandon Jackson and Scott Wells were big components of the offenses success.

Green Bay Packers offensive lineman Josh Sitton has a persona that's menacing on the field and droll off of it.

Packers defensive coordinator Dom Capers showed his players video on how not to tackle Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.

Outside linebacker Clay Matthews signed an endorsement deal with Suave shampoo. That and more in today's Daily Links...

Cornerback Charles Woodson, a 13-year NFL veteran, has taken on the role of vocal leader during the Packers' playoff run.

The IR-players-not-being-in-the-Super-Bowl-picture controversy is over.

Outside linebacker Clay Matthews has already experienced the magnitude of a national championship in 2005 with USC in the Rose Bowl.

The veterans on the Packers might be the team's leaders, but it was the some of the youngest players on the team that got Green Bay to the Super Bowl.

One day after Ted Thompson was being praised for getting the Packers to the Super Bowl "his way", his methodology has caused a mini-controversy.

Jermichael Finley and Nick Barnett have taken their objections to being left out of the Super Bowl team photo public. That and more in today's Daily Links...

Boston College offensive lineman Anthony Castonzo is training with former Packers coach Tom Lovat in preparation for the NFL Draft.

Packers head coach Mike McCarthy has charted the course to victory in the Super Bowl. All the Packers have left to do is follow his direction.

Packers defensive line coach Mike Trgovac is considered to be a candidate for the vacant Philadelphia Eagles defensive coordinator job.

Quarterback Aaron Rodgers came away from the NFC Championship with some bumps and bruises but is otherwise fine. That and more in today's Daily Links...

An extensive look at the bread and butter blitz scheme employed by both the Steelers and Packers.

A scout for the Green Bay Packers met with first-round draft prospect and Boston College offensive lineman Anthony Castonzo while at the Senior Bowl.

Despite being a Super Bowl team, outside linebacker Clay Matthews was the only member of the Packers to be named first-team All-Pro.

Aaron's Gut Reactions from the Packers' victory in the NFC Championship over the Chicago Bears.

Sam Shields had an impeccable performance while Andrew Quarless had below average outing, but who else earned our weekly distinctions from the Packers win in the NFC Championship game?