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Matthews adjusting to switch inside

Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy broached the idea with Clay Matthews the day the star linebacker returned from his bye-week vacation.

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Packers hope to continue feasting on home cooking

Going 8-0 or 7-1 in your own stadium was the NFL recipe for success until teams such as the Pittsburgh Steelers (Super Bowl XL), New York Giants (XLII) and New Orleans Saints (XLIV) proved otherwise by winning championships with...

Molding Clay: Packers shift star linebacker inside
Green Bay hopes it can improve its defensive performances by moving Clay Matthews to different spots on the field.
Xtra Points: Untangling the AFC's playoff web
Xtra Points: Untangling the AFC's playoff web
All but a few of the teams in the AFC have winning records, meaning there are a lot of teams hoping to fill the conference's six playoff slots. Plus, a Monday Night Football pick.
A visit to Brett Favre's retirement home
A visit to Brett Favre's retirement home
Former Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre seems to be relishing life away from the league.
Packers flatten Bears at Lambeau
Packers flatten Bears at Lambeau
Aaron Rodgers threw six touchdown passes to tie the franchise game record and match the NFL record for a half, and the Green Bay Packers routed the reeling Chicago Bears 55-14 on Sunday night.
Al Michaels returns to a favorite venue: Lambeau Field
Al Michaels, analyst Cris Collinsworth and the rest of the NBC crew—including Janesville native Greg Hughes, a network senior vice president of communications—will be checking in to Lambeau on Sunday night to do the Bears-Packers game.
Packers catching up to Bears
Green Bay on 31-11 run against Bears
Catch 27: Lacy could thrive as pass receiver
The Green Bay Packers would be wise to capitalize on Eddie Lacy's other talents—hands, vision—in the open field on designed screens.
Green Bay offensive line up in the air for Sunday
Packers unsure who will start up front against the Bears