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ESPN ranked the NFL backfields and the Packers checked in at No. 24.

Ever since ESPN draft guru Mel Kiper projected Davenport to the Packers at No. 14, people have been asking that question in unison.  

I was always wondering when the media would cross the line.

Sometimes I wonder if the NFL could make even more money.

It has finally happened. I’ve been wondering when pro sports would take a page from boxing and MMA and offer a pay-per-view model.

The ESPN reporter and NFL Insider stoped by to talk all things NFL. 

Aaron talks NFL draft and the league's pending move back to Los Angeles. 

Koonce joined ESPN's Outside the Lines on Tuesday to discuss Borland's decision.

The Packers linebacker looked ahead to the future in an interview with ESPN.

Originally airing on ESPN's Sunday NFL Countdown, the network has shared the segment on Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy online....

Aaron Rodgers was the runner-up of Keith Olbermann's daily "Worst Person in Sports" segment on ESPN Wednesday evening.

The Packers quarterback received a fair amount of media attention after appearing on recent polls released by both the NFL Network and ESPN.

Rodgers is nominated in the Best NFL Player category of the ESPY Awards, which airs at 8:00 p.m. CT on ESPN.

The former Packers center is set to join the cable broadcast company soon. That and more in today's Daily Links...

Randall Cobb was reportedly filmed in his hometown of Alcoa, Tenn. That and more in today's Daily Links...

The one-hour special airs on ESPN on Thursday evening at 8:00 p.m. CT, preceded by a countdown of the top five coaches in NFL history.

In honor of what would be Vince Lombardi's 100th birthday in the month of June, ESPN will air a special special titled Lombardi's Legacy...

There are schedule-release specials airing at 7 p.m. CT on both the NFL Network and ESPN on Thursday evening.

Newly retired Packers wide receiver Donald Driver joined ESPN's SportsCenter on Thursday and shared his thoughts on Greg Jennings joining the...

Newly retired Packers wide receiver Donald Driver will appear on three different programs on the ESPN family of networks on Thursday.

For the second straight season, the Green Bay Packers led the NFL in the usage of nickel and dime defenses.

The Packers center who will reportedly retire will appear on SportsCenter and NFL Live on Tuesday.

Garda talks about the idiocy of giving Charles Tillman a hard time for choosing to be a dad over a football player for a day and how it's equally stupid to lose on purpose thinking that a high draft pick is sure way to cure your team.

Aaron Nagler and Corey Behnke of Cheesehead TV talk Green Bay Packers with ESPN Analyst Trey Wingo

Former Packers assistant coach Jon Gruden will join Mike Tirico to call the football game.

The Packers defensive lineman told ESPN he was disappointed the NFL leaked his signed declaration. That and more in today's Daily Links...

The Green Bay Packers quarterback will be featured on a new series called PROFILE:60 on ESPN at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday evening.

ESPN Chris Mortenson reports the NFL is considering suspending the Pro Bowl.

Adam Schefter of ESPN writes that the Packers could be trading up in the first round of the NFL Draft.

Free-agent running back Ryan Grant is reportedly in New England today visiting the Patriots.

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