“Whether we have two of them on the field, all three of them on the field, we’ll get creative and have some fun with it," defensive coordinator Joe Barry said.
Matt LaFleur and his staff, stuck squarely in the middle of this staredown between Aaron Rodgers and management, had no choice but to begin planning for camp.
There is absolutely no question the group is better off than their counterparts from last year were, when those rookies spent their first NFL offseason entirely in the virtual realm thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Meanwhile, the Packers were holding the penultimate OTA practice of their offseason — a voluntary session that Aaron Rodgers was hardly the only player to skip.
The former Central Connecticut player spent most of last season on the New England Patriots’ practice squad.
Packers second-year quarterback Jordan Love was undeniably impressive in the same 11-on-11 periods Wednesday where he’d struggled 24 hours earlier.
How can anyone talk about anything else when it comes to Dak Prescott? His ankle injury last October was arguably the most gruesome of the NFL season, and it torpedoed the Cowboys' playoff chances and put their future in flux.
Last season was a learning process for both quarterbacks who'll vie to start for the New Orleans Saints in 2021.
Before the official questions came flying at him during a post-practice Zoom session Tuesday afternoon, Matt LaFleur was asked how he was doing. The Green Bay Packers coach didn’t hesitate before answering.
Aaron Rodgers' teammates know the Packers stand virtually zero chance of reaching Super Bowl LVI this season without the three-time NFL MVP.
“By no means are the training wheels on," coach Matt Lafleur said. "We’re throwing a lot at all these guys.”
"We are working to resolve the situation and realize that the less both sides say publicly, the better,” Packers president Mark Murphy wrote in his monthly column for the team website.
With former No. 2 running back Jamaal Williams having departed, the second-year man is in line to share the backfield workload with Aaron Jones.
Teammates and coaches seem to be trying to find ways to be complimentary about Jordan Love's development without giving the wrong impression about how he has come.
Green Bay has had seven receivers at practice this week, but only one, Malik Taylor, has caught an NFL regular-season pass.
Working with athletic trainer Nate Weir, David Bakhtiari went through a variety of footwork drills, medicine ball exercises and strength moves as he aims to return to the lineup in time for the team’s Sept. 12 season opener at New Orleans.
A player missing the mandatory minicamp can be fined $93,085 — $15,515 for the first missed day, $31,030 for the second missed day and $46,540 for the third missed day.
The special teams units have finished in the top 10 of the NFL just once over the past 15 years of longtime NFL columnist Rick Gosselin’s annual rankings.
“We have to rely on our defense," Packers safety Adrian Amos says. "The offense isn’t always going to be clicking 100%. And that’s how we take it."
Packers running back Aaron Jones has been struggling since the unexpected passing of 57-year-old Alvin Jones Sr. in April.
“It’s really early, (but) I think he’s got a clear vision of what he wants to get done from a defensive standpoint and he’s done a great job of including all our assistant coaches and taking their input in terms of what each individual player does really well,” Packers coach Matt LaFleur said of Joe Barry this week.
The celebrity fundraising competition will be held at the Reserve golf course at Moonlight Basin in Montana on Tuesday, July 6 and will be televised on TNT starting at 4 p.m. CDT, Turner Sports announced Wednesday.
Packers outside linebacker Preston Smith registered just four sacks in 2020 after recording 12 in 2019.
Coach Matt LaFleur said his message to the players was to remain “focused on the things that they can control” at organized team activities.
If the absence of Green Bay's top five wide receivers from Tuesday’s first open-to-the-media organized team activity practice of the offseason was part of a coordinated effort, it was news to coach Matt LaFleur.
When ESPN's Kenny Mayne tried to ask Aaron Rodgers if he was demanding a trade, the three-time NFL MVP ignored the interruption.
The fifth-round draft pick's immediate focus is getting his weight under control and improving his conditioning.
“I mean, I’ve been watching him since he was young, and just to see his development and the player he’s become, it’s really astonishing to watch, Cobb says.
The 29-year-old journeyman played under Packers offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett while with the Jacksonville Jaguars from 2015 to 2018.
The New Orleans Saints announced today their 2021 schedule by SeatGeek, for which the regular season kicks off on Sunday, Sept. 12, hosting the Green Bay Packers and features five prime-time games for the fifth time in franchise history.
The rookie from Appalachian State led the nation with 17 passes defensed (16 pass break-ups, one interception) last season.
It's unclear whether Aaron Rodgers has been open and honest with Green Bay's front office about just how frustrated he has been.
The uncertainty around the future of reigning MVP Aaron Rodgers has turned up the pressure on the Packers to find other options at the all-important position.
Former Parkway Panther Israel Mukuamu is as confident as they come at the cornerback position and he hopes to be an important piece in the Cowboys secondary.
Green Bay has added competition for both punter JK Scott and long snapper Hunter Bradley heading into training camp.
Cornerback looks like a glaring position of need that GM Brian Gutekunst surely will address with at least one or two of his 10 overall draft choices.
Packers GM Brian Gutekunst has made it sound like Krys Barnes and Kamal Martin will get ample opportunity to prove they can do the job.
General manager Brian Gutekunst might be worried after a huge drop in production from Preston Smith.