ESPN.com "Several times this season, you may have heard people say this about Green Bay Packers rookie Eddie Lacy: The team hasn’t had a running back like him since Ahman Green. If Lacy’s career mirrors Green’s, we know where he will end up. Green, the Packers’ career rushing leader with 8,322..." December 10
ESPN Wisconsin "Ultimately, Aaron Rodgers will not return to the football field until Dr. Pat McKenzie says he can. That’s what Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy said Monday, as the Packers began their preparations for the Dallas Cowboys with backup Matt Flynn set to make his third consecutive..." December 10
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "At a freezing Lambeau Field — the wind chill dipping below zero — the Green Bay Packers found a way to win without Aaron Rodgers. Green Bay overcame a zany first-half deflection for a touchdown to grit out a 22-21 win over the Atlanta Falcons. Matt Flynn was much better this start at..." December 09
MM on Cobb: Not ready this week. Tuesday a big day for his availability. See how it sorts out then.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "On the field, Green Bay Packers outside linebacker Nick Perry charges ahead full bore toward the quarterback, but in the locker room Thursday he was treading very lightly. The topic: why Perry isn't being used more on the right side. It's a subject many people have considered given the..." December 06
Pro Football Talk "Green Bay will be without quarterback Aaron Rodgers for at least one more game. The Packers have announced that Rodgers is out again on Sunday against the Falcons, the fifth full game he has missed since suffering a broken collarbone against the Bears. Matt Flynn will start for the Packers..." December 06
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Eddie Lacy has officially gained the respect of the Big Back Fraternity. When Jerome Bettis studies today's game, "The Bus" sees far too many 2WD, compact cars. Running backs like him have been going extinct. The mano-a-mano collision is fleeting. Then he watches the Green Bay Packers..." December 06
PSD Staff If you survived the ups and downs with underperformers and gut wrenching injuries to wind up in your leagues playoffs, than congratulations. But you know you're not done yet as just making the post-season is not enough. League championships and a year of bragging rights are on the line. Let's see... December 05
ESPN Wisconsin "Matt Flynn knows how bad it looked. He lived it. “Obviously we have to play better on offense,” the Green Bay Packers backup quarterback said Wednesday. “That was awful.” Yes, yes it was. And if the Packers have any chance of clinging to their thread of postseason life, Flynn and the offense..." December 05
Tramon Williams was fined $26,000 for making contact with an official against Detroit. #Packers
TE Brandon Bostick (concussion) and LB Jamari Lattimore (quad) also returned. #Packers
#Packers QB Aaron Rodgers did all the individual drills but just like last week he was taking snaps from the backup centers.
CBS Washington "There is not enough evidence to establish a link between football and the increase risk of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), says a new study. Previous information had shown that National Football League players may be at a higher risk of death associated with Alzheimer’s and other..." December 04
Rodgers: "If I'm healthy, I want to be on the field. This is my team."
MM: Cobb not cleared yet. Dietrich-Smith feeling good, hopes to practice Wed.
Matt Flynn will take the starter reps in practice tomorrow for #Packers.
To make room for RB Kahlil Bell, the #Packers have released S Jerron McMillian, the team announced.
ESPN.com "Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is scheduled to have scans performed on his shoulder Tuesday that should determine how much healing has occurred since he fractured his collarbone. Team doctors will evaluate the results, discuss them with Rodgers and head coach Mike McCarthy. A..." December 03
According to a league source, #Packers have signed RB Kahlil Bell. He worked last season and again today.
ESPN.com "Aaron Rodgers is no guarantee to return to the Green Bay Packers' lineup this season, let alone this week, even though the All-Pro quarterback has strongly stated otherwise. Five weeks removed from cracking his left collarbone, Rodgers will be re-examined this week and league sources tell ESPN..." December 01
Dec. 8 has been the target date for #Packers QB Aaron Rodgers to return. Source now tells me “he’d be lucky” to be able to return this week
CBSSports.com "The Packers had little to be thankful for Thursday when they were manhandled on both sides of the ball by the Lions. When it was over, Detroit cruised to a 40-10 win that included 37 unanswered points and 561 yards of offense. Green Bay is now 5-6-1 and 10th in the NFC, four spots out of the final..." November 30
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "When a coach stands in front of the public and all but admits the degree of defeat was so great that players and coaches were helpless to do anything about it, it's time to stick a fork in 'em. There was nothing more substantial Mike McCarthy was willing to add about the "Turkey Shoot at Ford..." November 30
ESPN.com "Still trying to make sense of one of the toughest losses in his successful tenure as Green Bay Packers coach, Mike McCarthy made it clear what his struggling team must accomplish. Speaking Friday morning, a day after the Packers were embarrassed 40-10 by the Detroit Lions, McCarthy feels the..." November 29
Dom Raiola on Josh Sitton who called Lions scum bags: 'He looked a little squeamish out there.'
Packers QB Aaron Rodgers says he hopes to play next Sunday, and he thinks his collarbone is completely healed. (via @BobHoltzmanESPN)
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Packers coach Mike McCarthy declared Matt Flynn as his starting quarterback for tomorrow in the NFC North matchup at Detroit and he didn't seem too pleased with the radio comments made by his guard Josh Sitton. Here are highlights of what McCarthy said Wednesday afternoon after the Packers..." November 27
CBSSports.com "Sometimes NFL players decide to take their filters off and say what they really think and one of those times was Tuesday when Packers offensive lineman Josh Sitton went on radio in Milwaukee and called the Lions 'scumbags.' During an interview with WSSP-AM, Sitton didn't hold anything back as..." November 27
MM: Rodgers went through the individual drills. It does not look like Aaron is going to make it (for Thursday).
MM: We've got to make sure both guys are ready. Matt Flynn took the starter reps today.
NFL.com "Packers QB Aaron Rodgers was wearing his customary red No. 12 practice jersey and going through drills during the portion of Tuesday’s practice that was open to the media. Practicing inside the Don Hutson Center, Rodgers was seen working on C-QB exchanges, executing footwork and dropback drills,..." November 26
MM-Matt Flynn played very well-he deserves to start-I like the way Scott (Tolzien) has grown-We're going to do best we can to get both ready
#Packers injuries: Brandon Bostick and Johnathan Franklin would be DNP's with concussions if team had practiced today.
MM on Lacy's asthma: Definitely something we're aware of. ...He told our staff, nothing he's concerned about.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Here is a summary of Packers coach Mike McCarthy's press conference Monday afternoon: MIKE MCCARTHY (Rodgers) He wants to play, but after talking to medical staff, I would say it's slim to none that he'll play) (Flynn or Tolzien) We're going to prepare both of them to play. We had..." November 25
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Matt Flynn (nearly) saved the day for the Green Bay Packers. At a deflated Lambeau Field — the Packers’ playoff hopes at stake — the back-up quarterback supplanted Scott Tolzien and led a furious comeback. Scoring on four straight possessions, Flynn took Green Bay to overtime against..." November 25
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Morgan Burnett was drafted high, anointed as an immediate starter and then paid handsomely four months ago to be the fourth exceptional safety for the Green Bay Packers in the last two decades. That hasn't happened yet for Burnett, and now well into his fourth season there are doubts it ever..." November 24
ACME Packing Company "The Packers will be placing a cornerback on injured reserve soon, but it's not the one that many of us expected. No, instead of shutting Casey Hayward down for the year, rookie James Nixon will go on IR soon after having knee surgery, reports the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. Nixon was active for..." November 23
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "It took five years for Jermichael Finley to become the player the Green Bay Packers always hoped he would be, so it would be foolish for anyone to expect Brandon Bostick, a former receiver from tiny Newberry College and undrafted free agent in 2012, to be his replacement right away. Finley..." November 22
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Lost in the madness of who's in and who's out is one Green Bay Packers starter who has been playing through pain all along. On Oct. 13, wide receiver James Jones suffered a knee injury when Baltimore linebacker Courtney Upshaw accidentally kicked him in the back of the leg. Jones missed two..." November 21
PackersNews.com "While Green Bay Packers receiver Randall Cobb didn’t rule out returning, he isn’t certain his leg injury will allow him to play this season. During his first interview with reporters since suffering the injury against Baltimore on Oct. 13, Cobb on Wednesday said a mid-December return is a..." November 21
PSD Staff He's only 5 foot 8 inches tall but weighs 212 pounds, making him fast and hard to stop as he can get really low to the ground. Bobby Rainey has stepped into fill the rather big shoes of Doug Martin who's out for the season. He's a starting running back that you need on your team heading into the... November 21
ESPN.com "Aaron Rodgers can throw a football without any pain. But that's only half the battle – or maybe even less than half of it – for the Green Bay Packers quarterback to return from the broken collarbone he sustained on Nov. 4 against the Chicago Bears. Rodgers was seen tossing the ball around at..." November 20
CBSSports.com "CBS Sports' Dan Dierdorf, the longest-tenured NFL analyst in television, will retire after the 2013 season. Dierdorf, a Hall-of-Fame player and broadcaster, has been around the NFL for the last 43 years. After a 13-year career as an offensive lineman with the St. Louis Cardinals, Dierdorf..." November 20
McCarthy: Scott Tolzien will start this week.
Newark Star-Ledger "Jason Pierre-Paul stood on the sideline beaming, gladly reenacting the moment for Mathias Kiwanuka and Shaun Rogers. Only a few minutes had passed on the moment that saved the Giants season. Wearing a harness on his shoulder and still healing from offseason back surgery, the Giants defensive..." November 18
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Defensive lineman B.J. Raji has been offered a long-term contract worth $8 million a year. A source said agent David Dunn, who also represents Aaron Rodgers and Clay Matthews, received that offer from the Green Bay Packers several months ago. Dunn, acting on behalf of Raji, has turned it..." November 17
NFL.com "There was a silver lining to the Green Bay Packers' Week 10 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. As we pointed out on Wednesday's "Around The League Podcast," Green Bay's ability to develop young players, such as wide receiver Jarrett Boykin and tight end Brandon Bostick, will serve the Packers..." November 16
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "The man replacing Aaron Rodgers chooses his words deliberately. He doesn't show emotion. He's serious, direct. You wonder if he bleeds. Scott Tolzien is, indeed, all business. Yet this question gives him pause. First, his arms are crossed. Then, he scratches his chin. "What makes me..." November 16