NFL.com "The outlook for receiver Davante Adams got worse on Saturday. The Green Bay Packers announced Adams and safety Morgan Burnett were both downgraded to doubtful. Adams did not practice all week after exiting Monday night's game early with an ankle injury. " October 03
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Safety Morgan Burnett (calf) expects to play Sunday against the Chicago Bears, and that's good news for a Green Bay Packers secondary that struggled mightily without him at New Orleans. “I’m ready to go," Burnett said. "That’s my plan. I’m out there practicing so I’m ready to roll.” This has..." November 05
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
Burnett and Lacy who practiced on Monday were also practicing today. #Packers
#Packers practice: Finley (toe) practicing. Lacy (concussion) and Hayward/Bush/Burnett (hamstrings) watching. Kuhn (hamstring) not here.
#Packers practice: Sitton Finley are out; Burnett (hamstring) and Perry (stinger) are practicing.
#Packers S Morgan Burnett signed a 4-year extension worth $24.75M with $8.25M guarantees, I'm told. Back to this golf course in Mississippi.
ESPN Wisconsin "With $16.3 million in salary-cap space despite inking quarterback Aaron Rodgers and outside linebacker Clay Matthews to lucrative extensions earlier this offseason, the Green Bay Packers have reportedly identified their next core player to lock up long-term: Safety Morgan Burnett. Jason..." July 11
Fox Sports Wisconsin "The confidence that the Green Bay Packers have in safety Morgan Burnett continues to grow. Teammates and coaches praise Burnett's increased leadership efforts and his improved communication in the secondary, giving the 24-year-old plenty of reasons to feel like a rising star on Green Bay's..." May 25
PackersNews.com "Entering his fourth NFL season, Morgan Burnett’s goal isn’t to replace Charles Woodson or Nick Collins in the Green Bay Packers’ secondary. After leading the team with 123 tackles last season, the only player Burnett is striving to be is an improved version of the 6-foot-1, 209-pound safety he..." May 23