Team Notebook: Green Bay Packers
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Packers | Aaron Rodgers named MVP for second time
Packers | Fire Shawn Slocum
Packers | Looking to upgrade at inside linebacker
Green Bay Packers LB Clay Matthews played some inside linebacker during the 2014 season, but head coach Mike McCarthy said Matthews is an outside linebacker. Thus, the team will look to upgrade at the inside linebacker position this offseason.
Packers | Alonzo Highsmith is staying with team
Packers | Bryan Bulaga high priority for Packers?
Green Bay Packers OT Bryan Bulaga earned praise from QB Aaron Rodgers, who said that re-signing Bulaga and keeping the offensive line intact will be important if the team is going to remain successful.
Packers | Cody Mandell signs
Packers | John Kuhn to test market
Packers | Clay Mattews fined
Packers | Team blocks Alex Van Pelt from talking to Rams
Packers | Nine players re-signed
The Green Bay Packers re-signed CB Tay Glover-Wright, CB Jean Fanor, LB Adrian Hubbard, C Joe Madsen, RB Rajion Neal, LB Joe X. Thomas,OT Jeremy Vujnovich, OG Josh Walker and WR Myles White to Reserve/Futures deals Tuesday, Jan. 20.
Packers | Randall Cobb wants to re-sign
Green Bay Packers WR Randall Cobb said his preference is to re-sign with the team this offseason. "Of course (I want to be back). I think I've made that obvious," Cobb said. "Like I've said before: This is a business. You don't know how it's going to go. What direction it's going to go in. You just have to sit around. I hope that I've put myself in the position where it'll handle itself. But only time can tell."
Packers | Randall Cobb OK after hospital visit
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb spent three hours in a Seattle hospital Saturday, Jan. 17, due to an undisclosed ailment. Doctors initially thought he had appendicitis but this turned out not to be the case. Cobb is active for the NFC Championship Game Sunday, Jan. 18.
Packers | Week 20 Inactives
Packers | Julius Peppers leading the defense
Green Bay Packers LB Julius Peppers gave a midseason speech that his teammates credit with helping stabilize the defense, and he has assumed a leadership role, making adjustments on the field and pulling younger players aside to provide advice.
Packers | Aaron Rodgers still dealing with pain
Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers (calf) said his calf injury was painful the entire game last weekend against the Dallas Cowboys and that it was a little worse after the team's win. Rodgers admitted that it's simply of matter of dealing with the pain, adding that he's having treatment around the clock and the calf will be good Sunday.
Packers | Darren Perry to Atlanta?
Packers | Eddie Lacy says knee is fine
Seahawks | Marshawn Lynch probable against Packers
Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch (non-injury) practiced in full for the second straight day Friday, Jan. 16, and is probable for the NFC Championship game against the Green Bay Packers Sunday, Jan. 18.
Packers | Limited practice for Eddie Lacy
Packers | Aaron Rodgers was limited in practice
Packers | Friday injury report for championship weekend
Green Bay Packers DT Josh Boyd (ankle) and OG Josh Sitton (toe) are listed as probable for the NFC Championship game against the Seattle Seahawks Sunday, Jan. 18. Boyd practiced in full Friday, Jan. 16, while Sitton was limited.
Packers | Aaron Rodgers probable
Packers | Eddie Lacy probable
Packers | Thursday practice report for championship weekend
Packers | Eddie Lacy will be ready to go
Green Bay Packers RB Eddie Lacy (knee) will be ready to go for the NFC Championship game against the Seattle Seahawks this weekend after being limited in practice Thursday, Jan. 15, according to head coach Mike McCarthy. McCarthy said he was being conservative in limiting Lacy Thursday.
Packers | Aaron Rodgers limited in practice
Packers | Eddie Lacy limited in practice
Packers | Wednesday practice report for championship weekend
Packers | Packers scoring less on the road
The Green Bay Packers only scored 168 points on the road during the regular season as compared to 318 at home during the season. The team's point differential between their home and road games is the biggest in NFL history.
Packers | Aaron Rodgers not practicing
Packers | Aaron Rodgers still bothered by calf
Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers (calf) is still being bothered by his left calf injury Tuesday, Jan. 13. "It was worse than when I started the game," Rodgers said. "But yeah, it's doing OK. Probably, I think a lot of people are tired of it. I'm tired of talking about it, but it is what it is."
Packers | Aaron Rodgers not afraid of Richard Sherman
Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers said he's not afraid to throw in the direction of Seattle Seahawks CB Richard Sherman, despite not going Sherman's way once in the two teams' matchup in Week 1. "You have to be aware of him," Rodgers said. "Not scared of him, but you have a ton of respect for him." WR Jordy Nelson was kept opposite of Sherman in Week 1, and Sherman never switched sides of the field. Sherman wound up covering WRs Jarrett Boykin or Davante Adams.
Packers | Mike McCarthy altering schedule
Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy said Monday, Jan. 12, that the team will travel to Seattle Friday, Jan. 16. It will be just the second time in his nine seasons as head coach of the Packers that McCarthy's team will leave more than one day before a game.
Packers | Aaron Rodgers feeling better
Packers | Eddie Lacy misses time
Packers | Aaron Rodgers expects to be limited
Packers | Quiet game for Jordy Nelson
Packers | Davante Adams steps up
Packers | Aaron Rodgers shines despite injury
Packers | Week 19 Inactives
Packers | Packers to have all quarterbacks active
Packers | Jalil Carter works out
Packers | Eddie Lacy healthy going into playoffs
Green Bay Packers RB Eddie Lacy said he is much healthier going into the playoffs this year than he was last season. "Eddie was in a (walking) boot all week and then played on Sundays this time last year," head coach Mike McCarthy said. "So he feels better. He's a better football player in my opinion this year than last year. I think he's a complete third-down player. In fact, I know he is. So I think he's definitely in a better place this year than he was last year." Lacy faced less stacked boxes this year than last year when QB Aaron Rodgers missed seven-plus games with a broken collarbone. Lacy averaged 5.0 yards per carry and had 711 yards in the last eight games this year, which was fifth in the league during that span.
Packers | Aaron Rodgers' calf won't alter offense
Packers | Friday injury report
Green Bay Packers SS Sean Richardson (knee) is listed as questionable for the Divisional Round playoff game, while DT Josh Boyd (knee), CB Davon House (shoulder) and OG Josh Sitton (toe) are listed as probable. Sitton and Richardson were limited during practice Friday, Jan. 9, while House and Boyd fully participated in practice. The Packers did not practice Friday, so this is an estimation.
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