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When the Packers released their 53-man roster Saturday, there were a few surprises and here are some of the key takeaways from the final roster moves of GM Brian Gutekunst. 

The way the Packers have used the fullback position in the last two years indicates there's at least a small possibility the team eliminates the position entirely in 2018.

The signing of Jimmy Graham may have drawn the headlines, but Marcedes Lewis could be even more important to the Packers in 2018.

The fullback position isn’t dead in Green Bay.

A review of the Packers' 2015 draft class, now that three years have passed.

With the 2017 regular season upon us, the rubber is beginning to meet the road for those included on the Packers’ 53-man roster after cutdown...

Another Green Bay Packers Family Night is in the books and by most accounts, it was a success.  The weather threatened to alter or cancel the night...

The Packers desperately need a veteran running back, so they should consider Adrian Peterson, Jamaal Charles, or even James Starks. 

There is no debate that the Green Bay Packers offense has established a familiar identity, one which imposes fear and helplessness in opposing...

This is as straight-forward as it sounds. Aaron Ripkowski has been about as good of a runner with the football as he has blocking for his...

Since 2007, the Shippensburg fullback has been a mogul in Green Bay. Now, that era must come to an end, contrary to popular opinion.

ESPN reports the Packers have not given reps for the veteran fullback any indication if he is in their plans for 2016.

With an eye toward the future Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson pulled one of his many surprises on draft day 2015 when he selected Oklahoma fullback Aaron Ripkowski in the 6th round.  The payoff from that selection will likely come as soon as this season.

How did the Packers potential replacement for John Kuhn stack up in his rookie season?

The Packers rounded out their 2015 draft class with prospects who could help on special teams right away.