The Minnesota Vikings are expected to make a “strong run” at free agent LB Desmond Bishop. As has been speculated on here already, source says look out for Minnesota to make a strong run at Bishop, league source says. — Packer Report (@PackerReport) June 17, 2013 Photo Credit: Packers.com Bishop, 28, had a strong two-year stretch in 2010-11, collecting a total of 218 tackles...
The Green Bay Packers and Desmond Bishop could not agree on a restructured contract, so the veteran linebacker was released Monday, the team announced. An hour before the official announcement, Bishop leaked the move on his Twitter account:
“So much fun, so many memories & friendships forged in Green Bay,” Bishop tweeted. “Ups & downs, wins & losses! Even a XLV...
According to Tyler Dunne of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, the Green Bay Packers will release linebacker Desmond Bishop on Monday. Bishop didn’t participate in OTAs as he is still rehabbing the hamstring injury he suffered in the 2012 preseason. He was due $3.464 million from the team in 2013, but there are serious doubts within the organization that he isn't close to...
NEVER SAY NEVER
Donald Driver, who retired four months ago, said he would end his retirement and return to play for the Green Bay Packers if the team asked.
Who are your 2013 Green Bay Packers?
With the pre-season officially over with, we now turn our attention to the upcoming training camp and preseason. The big question is: What will the 2013 Green Bay Packers look like?
I’m taking a look at each position and listing who I think are the likely starters, as of today. Training camp always tends to change that list quite a bit...
As OTA's and minicamp are done with, one thing that was clear to the Green Bay Packers is that running back Alex Green is ahead of rookies Eddie Lacy and Jonathan Franklin, as well as returning backs DuJuan Harris and James Starks.
Going into training camp in July, the starting RB job looks like it's his to lose.
That speaks volumes for Green, who didn't rebound...
When Green Bay Packers receiver Donald Driver retired this winter, he did so with a heavy heart.
That was in January.
In June, Driver is putting it out there that he will be available if the Packers need him.
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According to Tyler Dunne of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, Packers cornerback Davon House and running back DuJuan Harris expect to be ready for training camp.
Just talked to Davon House and DuJuan Harris. Both say they'll be ready for training camp.
— Tyler Dunne (@TyDunne) June 16, 2013
Harris had a large cyst removed from his lung and House battled shoulder injuries last...
Alright – so this cheesy headline is perhaps better fitted for a science mag feature. But in the past five seasons, the Green Bay Packers have fine-tuned their passing game into precision artwork. Potent and depth laden, Green Bay’s aerial attack has amassed over 22,000 yards since 2008. Art or Science? Perhaps a little of both – as even losses to Pro-Bowlers Donald Driver...
APPLETON, Wis. -- Four months into retirement, Donald Driver is still on the minds of at least a few NFL teams. Phone calls have been coming in to try to get the Green Bay Packers' all-time leading receiver to continue his career elsewhere, but Driver has refused.Speaking at a press conference before his sixth-annual charity softball game, Driver didn't specify which teams...
Donald Driver is the Green Bay Packers' all-time leader in both receptions and receiving yards. He was honored with his very own street and statue over the weekend.
According to Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, Alex Green was the Packers starting running back throughout OTA’s and minicamp.
So even with Green’s future in Green Bay instantly endangered by the addition of a second-round pick (Eddie Lacy) and a fourth-rounder (Johnathan Franklin), he can breathe easy. His body, finally, responds to his brain.
Green Bay isn’t kicking Green to...
IT'S AN HONOR
The Packers honored wide receiver Donald Driver with a street and statue. Driver turned 38 earlier this year and decided to retire.
PACKER FOR LIFE
Despite a previously rocky relationship, Brett Favre lately has gone out of his way to praise his quarterbacking successor for the Packers, Aaron Rodgers.
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“We’ll be better; I promise you. You can write that down.”
That’s what Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy decreed in regards to the running game during a press conference on Tuesday. Whether the offense is successful in carrying out this objective is yet to be seen. Nevertheless, the commitment is being made, and it’s clear the Packers offense will have a different...