Packers cornerback Jarrett Bush is apologizing after he was taken into custody for public intoxication.
Even as Brett Favre pitched the idea on national TV to have his ceremony in Lambeau Field, one Green Bay fan was already ahead of him.
The Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame will open up the Lambeau Field Seating Bowl for fans who want to watch the Brett Favre Packers Hall of Fa…
Brandon Bostick says he received “a lot” of threats after botching the on-side kick recovery in the NFC Championship game.
Packers President/CEO Mark Murphy announced Steve Schumer of Gillette, New Jersey as the 17th member of the Fan Hall of Fame.
The Packers may choose between Tramon Williams, who’s 32, and the younger Davon House. An expert weighs in.
At the combine, virtually everyone I’ve talked to is a big fan of McCarthy’s off-season decision.
A judge says the Packers’ Letroy Guion won’t get his pick-up truck or his money back before his pending jury trial on drug and gun charges.
ESPN NFL Insider Adam Kaplan says the Packers want Guion back, though he won’t get the deal he wants.
Sports director Chris Roth called the Packers announcement “breaking, but not surprising, news.”
Re-racking the same plan and same personnel after a successful season simply doesn’t happen. For all the teams, it’s time for fresh blood.
Mike McCarthy remembers question after question at last year’s combine about the safety position. That was fixed after meeting and drafting …
Packers head coach Mike McCarthy says Letroy Guion is back in Green Bay while drug and gun charges are pending in Florida.
What Ted Thompson sees and hears this week goes a long way to shaping the draft board in May.
Packers tight end Brandon Bostick says on Twitter that his time with the Packers is done.
Third-graders from a school in Kansas are trying to attract a visit from the Green Bay Packers. Why Kansas? We asked the teacher.
This is Alex Van Pelt’s first time coaching receivers, but just like when he joined the staff as the RB coach his predecessors are just an o…
The Green Bay Packers announce 2015 ticket prices, increasing $3 to $5 depending on where you sit.