Have the Green Bay Packers provided Aaron Rodgers with the supporting cast to jump back into the Super Bowl mix? Gregg Rosenthal examines the rosters of each team in the NFC North.
The Green Bay Packers signed first-round draft pick Jaire Alexander to his rookie contract, the team announced Tuesday. The cornerback was the 18th overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft.
Dez Bryant remains a free agent but his former teammate Jason Witten has a feeling where the wide receiver might land. Witten believes Green Bay is a "great spot" for Bryant.
The 2018 NFL Draft is in the books. Stay up to date with which first-round draftees have agreed to deals with their respective teams with our tracker here.
Bakhtiari has started all 74 games he has played since entering the NFL in 2013. That is the most starts by any Packers tackle in their first five seasons in the Super Bowl era.
Graham is the 5th player since 1970 to lead all tight ends in receiving touchdowns then switch teams the following season. Graham signed with the Packers this offseason after spending the previous three seasons with the Seahawks. In 2017, Graham posted his fourth career season with 10-or-more ...
In 2017, Clinton-Dix joined Harrison Smith as the only two safeties in the NFL to tally at least 70 tackles, three-or-more interceptions and five-or-fewer missed tackles. Clinton-Dix is tied for the fourth-most interceptions (11) by a Packers safety in their first four seasons in the Super Bowl ...
LeBron James is facing an uphill battle in the NBA playoffs, as one player attempting to carry a team. So, heading toward the 2018 season, who are the one-man bands of the NFL? Adam Schein spotlights nine guys.
Wide receiver Dez Bryant continues to mull his options a little more than a month since the Dallas Cowboys released him on April 13, but he doesn't regret not signing with the Baltimore Ravens.
The "Good Morning Football" crew debates if the Packers will miss Raiders wide receiver Jordy Nelson more than the Cowboys will miss free agent wide receiver Dez Bryant.
The New Orleans Saints paid the Green Bay Packers an arm and a leg to move up to No. 14 in April's draft to select Marcus Davenport. Now, New Orleans is paying the rookie defensive end.