All Entries Tagged With: "Packer Defense"

On the advice of the Bears' Julius Peppers, B.J. Raji took up boxing in the offseason. That and more in today's Daily Links...

The Green Bay Packers opened their 2012 training camp Thursday. We give five quick takes from the first day of organized practice for the 2012 season.

Packers linebacker Desmond Bishop was discovered to have a calf strain, according to coach Mike McCarthy.

Charles Woodson lined up at safety and Jarrett Bush at cornerback when the Packers lined up in their 3-4 defense during Thursday's practice session.

Tyler Dunne of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel joins Railbird Central for a pre-training camp preview.

Railbird Central continues its pre-training camp position previews with a look at the defensive line.

Out of jail and sober 8 months, Johnny Jolly is attempting a comeback to the NFL. His first step? Getting reinstated by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.

The Green Bay Packers finished up their 2012 minicamp Thursday. We break down everything you need to know from the final event before training camp.

It's never too early to start looking ahead to next offseason. CHTV breaks down the Packers' free agent for the 2013 offseason.

Charles Woodson returned to the practice field Tuesday for the start of Packers' minicamp, but little was learned about any changes we'll see in his role for 2012.

Raji acknowledges a defense that couldn't get off the field had an impact on him last season. Will the addition of Jerel Worthy help?

Former Green Bay Packers defensive end Aaron Kampman was released by the Jaguars Thursday.

Cornerback Charles Woodson became the fourth Packers player to be named to the NFL Network's Top 100 list Wednesday, as the eight-time Pro Bowler...

Head coach Mike McCarthy seemed to indicate a change in the role of Charles Woodson was in the works.

The Green Bay Packers claimed cornerback Micah Pellerin off waivers Friday.

New additions to the defense through both the free agency and NFL Draft will create a spirited competition for roster spots.

GM Ted Thompson announced three separate roster moves Wednesday, including the signing of a former second round pick of the Dolphins.

With Nick Collins out of the picture and Charlie Peprah sitting out due to an injury, M.D. Jennings worked with the starters at practice on Tuesday.

Green Bay's first-round pick also got $3.9 million in signing bonuses, according to Andrew Brandt.

Worthy, the Packers' second round pick last month, will reportedly make just under $4 million over four years.

The Packers have done well this offseason to shore up obvious needs. But has the question mark at safety been answered? And will it?

The former Packers safety isn't rushing into any decision after Green Bay released him last week.

To keep up with spread-out offenses in the NFL, the Packers could be looking at using defensive players in specialty roles that fit their skill set.

Nick Perry appears to be the ideal candidate to man the hybrid end/outside linebacker position in a hybrid 3-4/4-3 defense.

Kendall Reyes, Devon Still, Jerel Worthy, Brandon Thompson and Derek Wolfe are all still on the board as the Packers consider their options in the second round.

Nick Perry will be in the starting lineup from Day One opposite Clay Matthews. Now the Packers just have to teach him how to be an outside linebacker.

The Packers have reportedly informed veteran safety Nick Collins that they will release him.

The Packers are one of 15 teams that have contacted Portland State DT Myles Wade.

GM Ted Thompson announced Monday that Green Bay had re-signed the 26-year-old linebacker.

It's no secret that the Packers need to find a pass-rusher or two during or after the 2012 NFL draft. The front office is reportedly leaving no...