More than three seasons after Green Bay cut him and a year after retiring, could a 40-year-old Charles Woodson, one of the most physically gifted and cerebrally intuitive defensive playmakers in the history of football, help the Packers' depleted secondary right now?
The Brewers begin a six-game homestand at Miller Park against the A's on Tuesday night, and a prominent local sports figure with a failed baseball background will throw out the first pitch. Here are 13 others we'd like to nominate.
The Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame Inc. announced Mike Daniels will be honored with the `Most Valuable Player' award and Damarious Randall will be honored with the `Rookie of the Year' at the 46th Induction Banquet.
Green Bay not only won yesterday, but also locked a spot in the playoffs before a single snap. However, it wasn't all good news. Here are the five biggest takeaways from the Packers' 30-20 win over the Raiders.
Everyone says there's nothing to do in Green Bay. Many have called it small, slow and even boring. So what do Packers rookies do for fun there? What's the social life of a 23-year-old player in the NFL's smallest market?
The Packers' first-year players probably thought they were done with this stuff when they left college, but too bad. It's midterm time in Green Bay. How do the rookies grade out?
Every NFL team enters training camp with varying levels of goals and expectations. For the Green Bay Packers, the pressure couldn't be any higher. As the Packers go through the next five weeks of practices and exhibition games, the focus will be on shaping a team that's still alive on Feb. 7, 2016.
There was a stretch of nearly two months last season when the Green Bay Packers' run defense was ranked as the worst in the NFL. If the Packers want to go as far as they did last year - and further - many key players will have to step up. Now that we've concluded the list of Green Bay's 10 most important offensive players, here's a look at who's most important defensively for the Packers.
It's foolish to grade a draft in the NFL until three or four years down the road. But the "experts" still haven't hesitated to give the Green Bay Packers and Ted Thompson a grade on the just-completed draft.
After losing defensive backs Tramon Williams and Davon House to free agency, Packers general manager Ted Thompson moved to shore up the secondary by selecting Arizona State's Damarious Randall with the 30th pick in the first round of the NFL Draft Thursday night.