The Green Bay Packers decided to part ways with inside linebacker Brad Jones on Friday, creating an even bigger need at the position that the team will look to address this offseason.
Randall Cobb might have taken a few million less dollars to remain with the Packers, but his reasoning was simple: Championships. There is no better place for him to chase those than in Green Bay.
Scott Tolzien is returning to Green Bay. The Packers have reportedly agreed on a deal with the quarterback to be Aaron Rodgers’ backup.
Randall Cobb is staying put in Green Bay. The wide receiver has agreed to a four-year, $40 million deal with the Packers, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported.
College Football 24/7 takes a look at the buzz surrounding each team leading up to the 2015 NFL Draft, connecting prospects with their potential future NFL clubs.
Randall Cobb’s agent has reportedly rejected a Packers contract worth nearly $9 million annually. Is Cobb headed for the Raiders, Jaguars or Chiefs instead?
The Green Bay Packers announced the release of inside linebacker A.J. Hawk on Wednesday. The move leaves the team thin at a position that was already an area of need before the transaction.
As the Packers continue to look to diversify their offensive philosophy, we could see Aaron Rodgers line up in the pistol more often next season. How much harder would that make it to stop Green Bay?
Coach Mike McCarthy revealed Wednesday that Green Bay Packers wideout Jordy Nelson underwent hip surgery after the Pro Bowl. Will the star receiver be ready to go for offseason practices?
The Packers are expected to keep Bryan Bulaga, according to a source close to the proceedings. Ian Rapoport reported that the two sides were closing in on a deal ahead of the start of free agency.