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Report: Aaron Rodgers frustrated with being frozen out of personnel decisions

When Gantt interpreted the tea leaves last week to suggest that Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers believes the team has thrown a little fermunda cheese in his coffee, some thought we were gratuitously exaggerating the situation. It’s becoming clear that we weren’t. Charles Robinson of Yahoo Sports reports that Rodgers has grown “frustrated” and “emotional” with [more]

Blizzard postpones start of Packers conditioning work

Quarterback Aaron Rodgers won’t be on hand for the scheduled start of the Packers offseason conditioning program today. Then again, none of the rest of his teammates will be either. A spring blizzard in Green Bay has forced the Packers to delay the start of their team workouts, according to Aaron Nagler of the Milwaukee [more]

Packers announce Davon House signing, cut David Talley

The Packers announced the signing of cornerback Davon House. They also cut linebacker David Talley. House, a fourth-round pick in 2011, has played 84 career games with 45 starts. He has made 199 tackles, seven interceptions, two forced fumbles and 69 pass breakups in his career. He spent 2015 and ’16 with the Jaguars before [more]

Muhammad Wilkerson: I’m going to get back to being the dominant player I can be

After seven seasons with the Jets, Muhammad Wilkerson is ready for what some close to him are calling a “rebirth,” Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports. Wilkerson, 28, signed a one-year, $5 million deal with the Packers, with another $2.75 million available in incentives. It gives Wilkerson a chance to prove he still has [more]

Brett Favre worries about CTE after “probably thousands” of concussions

Brett Favre was diagnosed with “three or four” concussions during his career, but the Hall of Fame quarterback guesses he had “probably thousands.” Favre, who has become an advocate for concussion research, worries about chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) after taking the number of hits he took in a 20-year, 302-game NFL career. “As we’re learning [more]

Davon House agrees to deal with Packers

Cornerback Davon House returned to the Packers as a free agent last year and he’s agreed to continue his second stint in Green Bay for a second season. Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports that House has agreed to a one-year deal to remain with the team. He’ll sign the deal once he [more]

Ty Montgomery knows he needs to stay healthy

During the Scouting Combine earlier this year, Packers head coach Mike McCarthy said that “two most important abilities [for a player] in all this is availability and accountability” while noting that running back Ty Montgomery‘s biggest stumbling block has been availability. Montgomery missed 10 games and the playoffs with an ankle injury in 2015 and [more]

Vince Biegel ready to put his best foot forward in 2018

Vince Biegel isn’t new to the Packers, but he feels like he’s getting a new start. With both feet healthy and playing for a new defensive coordinator, the outside linebacker is ready to get 2018 off on a better foot. Biegel, a fourth-round pick in 2017, injured his right foot in his first practice with [more]

Aaron Rodgers doesn’t seem to be feeling very valued

It’s a good thing Aaron Rodgers is hanging out with the Dalai Lama this offseason, because when he thinks about work, he doesn’t exactly seem to be at peace. Via Jason Wilde of ESPN Wisconsin, the Packers quarterback lobbed another subtle volley toward his own organization, after one of his favorite targets (Jordy Nelson) and [more]

Blake Martinez likes accountability of new Packers defense

At the end of the 2017 season, former Packers cornerback Damarious Randall lamented the lack of accountability on defense in Green Bay by saying that the team’s coaches were “allowing guys on the field” even if they didn’t fulfill their assignments on plays. Packers coach Mike McCarthy slammed Randall in response to those comments and [more]

Trevor Davis has a May 3 court date

When former NFL linebacker Aldon Smith joked about having a bomb at LAX, he ultimately did not face charges. For now, Packers receiver Trevor Davis isn’t off the hook. Via USA Today, Davis has a May 3 court date in connection with the arrest arising from a joke made at LAX about having a bomb [more]

Aaron Rodgers meets the Dalai Lama, or vice versa

It’s hard to tell, based on the picture, who was more excited to meet the other one. But when one of the world’s most recognizable spiritual figures met the transcendental quarterback of the Green Bay Packers, it was a moment made for social media. Via the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers met the [more]

Packers to wear patches commemorating their 100th season

The Green Bay Packers will play their 100th season of pro football in 2018, and they’ll commemorate that on their jerseys. The Packers unveiled a “100 Seasons” patch that they will wear on their jerseys throughout the season. The Packers’ motto in 2018 is, “You only turn 100 once.” Founded in 1919 by Earl “Curly” [more]

Packers’ appeal of Martellus Bennett grievance has not been heard yet

The Packers’ appeal of an arbitrator’s decision in their grievance against Martellus Bennett could take a while. Packers president Mark Murphy said the appeal has not been heard yet, Rob Demovsky of ESPN reports. Thus, Green Bay is having to count Bennett’s $4.2 million in dead money on this year’s salary cap. Arbitrator Stephen Burbank [more]

Packers receiver arrested for making bomb joke at airport

While not quite on the level of shouting “fire!” in a crowded theater, whispering “bomb” in an airport apparently will get a guy arrested. Packers receiver Trevor Davis learned that lesson the hard way. According to TMZ, Davis was arrested at LAX after making a joke at the luggage counter about having a bomb in [more]

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