The Packers, they are who we thought they were

I watch last night's Packers debacle against the Saints and was immediately reminded of Dennis Green's line, we are who we thought they were.  I'm beginning to realized the Packers are who I thought they were. I'm once again listening to...

Driver's father improving

Green Bay Packers wide receiver Donald Driver was absent from practice for the second straight day while tending to a family situation in Houston.  His father, Marvin Driver Jr., remains hospitalized after alledgedly being beaten by two Houston police...

Former Packers star Jeter dies at 71

Former Green Bay Packers defensiveback Bob Jeter died of a heart attack Thursday at his home in Chicago.  Jeter was 71. Jeter played eight seasons in Green Bay (1963-70) and was a two-time Pro Bowl participant.  He played on the 1965 NFL Championship team...

Drivers' dad hospitalized after run-in with police

Marvin Driver Jr. is in a Houston hospital with injuries his family said were inflicted by two Houston police officers.  Marvin Driver Jr. is the father of Green Bay Packers wide receiver Donald Driver (pictured). Marvin Driver was arrested during a traffic stop...

Are the Packers in the NFC North Drivers seat?

The Green Bay Packers drew even with the Chicago Bears and Minnesota Vikings atop the NFC North division with their convincing 37-3 thrashing of the Chicago Bears at Lambeau Field on Sunday.  With six games left in the regular season, all three teams are tied...

It can end just like that!

Packer nation was still abuzz about Aaron Rodgers new contract when the Packers needed to make a roster move.  They needed to activate 2nd year defensive tackle Justin Harrell, and needed to remove someone from the roster to make room.  That someone turned...

Rodgers signs long term deal with Packers

The Green Bay Packers have signed QB Aaron Rodgers to a long-term contract extension through the 2014 season. Packers general manager Ted Thompson said, "As we talked about in the past, we try to be proactive in our discussions with our current players and we...

Jennings looking towards free agency

Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings said he would prefer to wait until after the season to address his contract.  Jennings told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that he didn't want to create a distraction for himself or the team. Jennings and...

Jolly in court on Tuesday

Green Bay Packers defensive tackle Johnny Jolly made a brief appearance in a Texas court on Tuesday and had pre-trial motions in his drug possession case scheduled for a hearing on December 2. Jolly will have to enter a plea at that point or have his case set for...

Former Packers on NFL's Hall of Fame list

Five men tied to the Green Bay Packers organization are among the preliminary modern-era nominees for the 2009 Class of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Safeties Leroy Butler and Eugene Robinson, wide receiver Sterling Sharpe, general manager Ron Wolf (pictured) and...

Packers welcome new member to the family

A new addition to the Green Bay Packers family entered the world today.  Coach Mike McCarthy and his wife Jessica gave birth to a baby girl this morning. Gabrielle Kathleen McCarthy is the newest member of the Packers family.  Mother and daughter are...

Report says Favre helped Lions prepare for Packers

According to a story reported on Fox's pregame show and then later at www.foxsports.com , former Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre spent 60 to 90 minutes, giving a “dissertation, every single thing that the Green Bay Packers do on...

Bigby could return this week against Colts

Atari Bigby could return to his starting safety position this weekend when the Green Bay Packers host the Indianapolis Colts at Lambeau Field.  Bigby took part in his first practice on Thursday, since pulling his hamstring in the first half of the Detroit game on...

Harris could return to Packers soon

Green Bay Packers cornerback Al Harris underwent a scan Monday and he has shown considerable progress in his recovery from a spleen injury.  Packers coach Mike McCarthy said a return after the bye week isn't out of the question.  "There was...

Injuries are the reason for Packers' slow start

You'll never hear Mike McCarthy use injuries as an excuse for losing, but that doesn't mean it's not true.  The difference between the 13-3 team last year and the team that's already equalled that loss total in five games (2-3) this year, is...

Woodson is NFC Defensive Player of the Month

The NFL has named Green Bay Packers defensive back Charles Woodson the NFC's defensive player of the month for September. Woodson tied for the NFC lead with three interceptions during the month, including two that were returned for touchdowns.  This is the...

Packers place Jenkins on I.R.

The Green Bay Packers have placed defensive end Cullen Jenkins (pictured) on season ending injured reserve with a chest injury and signed defensive end Kenny Pettway. Jenkins, a fifth year pro, had started all four games for the Packers this season.  He tallied...

Mandarich tells all about drug abuse.

Former Green Bay Packers first round draft pick, Tony Mandarich says he used steroids at Michigan State and faked a drug test before the 1988 Rose Bowl. Mandarich also said during an interview on “Inside the NFL” that will air today (Wednesday) on Showtime...

Jenkins needs season ending surgery

The Green Bay Packers defensive lineman Cullen Jenkins will miss the rest of the year due to a torn pectoral muscle.  His agent, Brian Levy said Jenkins will need season ending surgery. Jenkins was injured in last Sunday's 30-21 loss at Tampa Bay.  He...