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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly form the Packers' 2013 Family Night Scrimmage

From the cornerback situation with Casey Hayward and Sam Shields to J.C. Tretter's injury, Brian Carriveau digs in with his opinions from Packers OTAs.

In honor of this year's Tailgate Tour, Railbird Central breaks down the trio of players hitting the road this week.

Alex Green and Davon House will be ringing bells for the Salvation Army at Bay Park Square Mall in Green Bay on Wednesday.

The Packers struggled to find an offensive rhythm, lost a couple players to injury but were able to rush their way to victory on Sunday.

With trade talks and fantasy gurus calling for the "Add 'Em" of James Starks, you might get the impression that Alex Green's days as a starter are over. You might be wrong, if you apply what we've learned about Green and learn from the past.

While trade talk is fun, the Packers don't need to improve at running back. They need to improve on the left side of the offensive line.

Despite a lifeless offense, adding two names to the lengthy list of injuries and having absolutely no running game, the Packers found a way to win on Sunday.

The Packers caught a few breaks but lost a few players on their way to putting together their first complete game of the season and handing the Houston Texans their first defeat of the year.

The Packers running back will appear on the coach's weekly television show at 6:30 p.m. locally on WGBA Ch. 26.

Alex Green says Cedric Benson will be "leading off" to start the season. That and more in today's Daily Links...

In the best-case scenario, James Starks plays all 16 games and rushes for over 1,000 yards. But in the worst-case scenario, Alex Green can't get back to 100% after last year's torn ACL.

Packers Family Night kicks off Friday at around 7:30 p.m. CT. We list five players we'll be watching during the intra-squad scrimmage.

Attention will be on players who spent last season on injured reserve like Alex Green, Derek Sherrod and Andrew Quarless.

Packers minicamp, which begins Tuesday in Green Bay, is previewed on Railbird Central.

Packers running back Alex Green is still rehabbing an ACL injury he suffered last season, but he appears on track for a training camp return.

Speaking from the NFL owners meetings earlier this week, McCarthy gave quick updates on the rehab progress of three injured Packers.

The team announced a series of moves earlier this afternoon.

Wide receiver Greg Jennings is not expected to miss any games with a hand bruise, while running back Alex Green sustained a season-ending knee injury.

Tramon Williams and Vic So'oto were both held out of Friday's practice.

The 10 rookies on the Green Bay Packers have gotten a lot of attention, but they'll be lucky to see any action on the offensive or defensive side of the ball, at least early on.

The quarterback and the linebacker will appear on limited-edition boxes of Wheaties. That and more in today's Daily Links...

Rookie running back Alex Green showed why the Packers are excited about his ability - and why they may not be able to utilize it.

From a season that sees Ryan Grant score double-digit touchdowns to the end of Quinn Johnson's road in Green Bay, we look at the best and worst possible outcomes for the running backs in 2011.

Saturday's Packers Family Night provides rookies their first taste in front of a packed stadium as a professional football player.

Taking a look at some of the Packers' first and second year players as the pads come on for the first time in 2011.

Rookie running back Alex Green has found a way to earn a paycheck during the lockout. And he is taking his money to the bank. Literally.

Rookies Randall Cobb and Alex Green attended the Rookie Premiere trading card event over the weekend. That and more in today's Daily Links...

The Packers' Tailgate Tour starts today with a stop in Marquette, Mich. That and more in today's Daily Links...

Andrew Garda takes a quick look at the first three picks from the Packers' 2011 Draft Class - Derek Sherrod, Randall Cobb and Alex Green.