The Green Bay Packers announced their Training Camp dates for the 2019 season on Monday. All practices that are open to the public will take place at 10:15 a.m., except
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is giving back to his old school in a major way. The University of California announcing Rodgers had made a seven-figure donation to support the football program.
Carolina’s Julius Peppers has announced his retirement after 17 NFL seasons, nine Pro Bowl appearances and six All-Pro selections.
The Green Bay Packers have retained defensive line coach Jerry Montgomery and running backs coach Ben Sirmans and promoted Jason Simmons to defensive backs coach and Ryan Downard to assistant defensive backs coach.
The Green Bay Packers have named Alvis Whitted wide receivers coach. Head Coach Matt LaFleur made the announcement Wednesday. Whitted, who played wide receiver for nine seasons
The Green Bay Packers announced Dan Orlich, who was believed to be the oldest living former player and the last survivor of the Curly Lambeau era, has died. He was 94 years old.
National Insider for NFL Network Ian Rapoport is reporting that the Green Bay Packers will hire former Jacksonville Jaguars Offensive Coordinator Nathaniel Hackett. Hackett was
New head coach Matt LaFleur is busy interviewing candidates for various positions on his staff. However, one spot is already filled. LaFleur and the Packers confirming Mike Pettine will remain as the defensive coordinator.
For just the 15th time in team history, the Green Bay Packers introduced a new head coach on Wednesday – former Tennessee Titans offensive coordinator
Matt LaFleur has been named the next head coach of the Green Bay Packers.
In this special edition of “Tauscher’s Take”, Packers Hall of Famer Mark Tauscher weighs in on Green Bay’s decision to hire Matt LaFleur as the next head coach.
The Associated Press says Matt LaFleur accepted the team’s offer to be its next head coach. He’s currently the offensive coordinator for the Tennessee Titans.