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Packers look to bolster pass rush
Green Bay good in 2015 but needs to get better
Packers promote two in front office
In a likely sign that Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson is thinking about the team's future without him, he has promoted two key members of his personnel department, Eliot Wolf and Brian Gutekunst.
Packers, Starks reach agreement on two-year deal
A familiar tandem will once again be the focus of the running game for the Green Bay Packers in 2016.
Packers bring back Nick Perry
While the rest of the league is spending huge amounts of money on other team's players, the Green Bay Packers continue to focus on their own.
Packers stand pat on first day of free agency
On the first day of NFL free agency, each of the Green Bay Packers' three division rivals aggressively filled the holes in their roster. The Packers stood pat.
Packers re-sign backup OL Taylor
Green Bay took a bit of a gamble in shoring up its offensive line ahead of free agency
Time winds down for Packers to retain their free agents
The two-day negotiating period before the start of free agency Wednesday affords any NFL player scheduled to be on the open market a head start in finding a permanent home. But for the Green Bay Packers it also serves as one last chance to strike a deal with one of its mid-tier free agents before the frenzy begins.
Peyton Manning jokes, chokes up during retirement remarks
Peyton Manning jokes, chokes up during retirement remarks
His voice cracking with emotion, Peyton Manning said good bye to the game he loved at a news conference packed with friends, family and laughter.
Peppers pleased with being a Packer
One of 33 current and former NFL players in Detroit to take part in the league's inaugural NFL Business Academy, Julius Peppers told the Detroit Free Press he had every intention of returning to Green Bay in 2016.
Packers avoid franchise tag, sign Crosby
The kicker got a four-year deal Tuesday, according to sources