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With Nick Collins held out of practice today, Derrick Martin, Charlie Peprah and Jarrett Bush are preparing to play at safety on Sunday.

Nick Barnett is seeking a second opinion on his wrist injury and could miss "extended time" according to Mike McCarthy.

Cheesehead TV had the chance to talk to the author of the new book "Pea Soup for the Packer Heart," a collection of untold tales about Green Bay, its team and its fans.

The Packers will benefit from the return of cornerback Al Harris and safety Atari Bigby from the PUP list.

It's official. Wide receiver Randy Moss has been traded to the Minnesota Vikings where he'll face the Green Bay Packers twice this season.

Buffalo Bills running back Marshawn Lynch was finally traded on Tuesday, although not to the Green Bay Packers.

Chad Clifton had his best game of the 2010 season on Sunday against the Lions.

New information on linebacker Brandon Chillar's injury highlights our daily look at the world of Green Bay football...

The rookie safety will miss remainder of the 2010 season after tearing his ACL against the Detroit Lions on Sunday.

Aaron Rodgers' post-game comments about the gameplan were surprising - and correct.

Following Jordy Nelson's two fumbles on Sunday, he now has six total fumbles on special teams the past two seasons combined.

Quarterback Shaun Hill and the Lions racked up 431 total yards on the Packers defense, which struggled in Green Bay's 28-26 win over Detroit.

Charles Woodson looked good, and Jordy Nelson fared poorly, but who else earned our weekly designations in the Packers' 28-26 win over the Detroit Lions?

Packers beat the Lions 28-26. Check out all the gameday action plus a replay of our Post-Game show with Brian Carriveau.

13 things to watch for during today's game with the Lions.

Two keys for the Packers offense heading into the game against the Lions on Sunday afternoon.

Packers players will be wearing pink for this Sunday's game against the Lions to recognize Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

This weekend's honorary captain for the game against the Detroit Lions, Ken Ruettgers, took some time to answer questions about his career and current left tackle Chad Clifton.

With little fanfare, Aaron Rodgers had one of his best games as a pro against the Bears on Monday night.

The running game is under scrutiny in today's Packers Daily Links, our daily look at the world of Green Bay football...

Head coach Mike McCarthy named Zombo the starting linebacker for this weekend's game against Detroit. That and more in our Daily Links...

Enter here at Cheesehead TV to win tickets to an NFLPA event where you'll get to meet Aaron Rodgers and Mark Tauscher.

Cheesehead TV co-founder and analyst Aaron Nagler is featured in a recent New York Times Dealbook article by Peter Lattman.

While on a recent visit to Wisconsin, President Obama made an example out of the Packers' 18-penalty performance against the Chicago Bears.

Don't expect any major changes in how McCarthy is operating when it comes to running the football.

Packers safety Nick Collins spoke with the media for the first time on record about Monday's confrontation with a Chicago Bears fan at Soldier Field.

Following Monday's 18 yellow-flag affair, McCarthy's justification for his team's penalty problems is becoming unacceptable.

Packers personnel in the coaches box reportedly told Mike McCarthy to challenge the James Jones fumble. Seriously.

Charles Woodson is coming off one of his worst games as a Packer. What is wrong with the reigning NFL Defensive Player of the Year?

At some point left tackle Chad Clifton will consider retirement, and former Packers offensive lineman Ken Ruettgers knows all about the difficult decision Clifton must eventually make.

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