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  Packers | Sam Barrington staying patient    Tue Jun 21, 07:35 PM

Green Bay Packers LB Sam Barrington (foot) said it has taken an 'immense amount of patience' to rehabilitate from a serious foot injury he suffered last season. Barrington said he used the time off to find ways to get better. The expected starting middle linebacker is still focusing on growing as a player. Barrington acknowledged that whether or not he starts will be based on if he prepares himself the right way.

Footballguys view: Barrington had somewhat of a breakout season in 2014 before suffering this foot injury in 2015. He's almost back in action, but needs to prove that he can stay healthy after twice being placed on Injured Reserve since he came into the league as a run-stuffing seventh-round pick in 2013.

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  Packers | Brett Hundley has bright future    Tue Jun 21, 01:15 AM

Green Bay Packers QB Brett Hundley has the potential to be a 'solid starter' in the National Football League, according to quarterbacks coach Alex Van Pelt. He has drawn praise within the organization for his competitiveness.

Footballguys view: Hundley is athletic and can keep plays alive with his feet while keeping his eyes downfield. We're excited about him in dynasty leagues because of his physical potential. However, Hundley needs to prove that he can make plays from the pocket. He needs to throw with better anticipation and develop a better internal clock to feel the pass rush.

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  Packers | Jared Abbrederis impressing     Mon Jun 20, 04:36 PM

Green Bay Packers WR Jared Abbrederis showed exemplary route-running this offseason, according to head coach Mike McCarthy. McCarthy also praised the receiver's coverage recognition, breaking points and weight loss as high points. 'He plays the position technically and fundamentally at a very high level,' McCarthy added.

Footballguys view: The Packers are looking for a WR3 behind starters Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb. Abbrederis may be separating himself from the rest of the pack including guys like Ty Montgomery, Davante Adams and Jeff Janis. We'll be watching to see how this competition unfolds in training camp.

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  Packers | TE Jared Cook not ready by training camp?    Sun Jun 19, 06:23 PM

Green Bay Packers TE Jared Cook is currently recovering from foot surgery he had in June, and according to PackersNews.com writer Pete Dougherty this could be the team's biggest concern heading into camp. There is no word about Cook's status for the start of training camp, but there is some speculation that he may not be ready by late July.

Footballguys view: There's a bit of mystery surrounding this situation, and fantasy owners need to proceed with caution. Earlier this month, Packers head coach Mike McCarthy said "Jared Cook, we have no long-term concern with his situation. It will be good to have him back." That may just be coach-speak, so make sure to monitor his status in training camp before getting too excited for Cook as a sleeper at TE. He's always had tremendous natural potential but has never truly played up to that potential in the pros.

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  Packers | Kenny Clark signs deal    Fri Jun 17, 06:19 PM

Green Bay Packers DT Kenny Clark, the team's first-round draft choice, signed a four-year deal with a fifth-year option Friday, June 17. Financial terms were not disclosed.

Footballguys view: Clark made quite the impression on film during his time in college at UCLA. A former high school wrestler, Clark understands how to use leverage to his advantage. He has good football intelligence and can quickly diagnose plays as they break down in front of him. Pencil him in as the starter in the middle of the line for the Packers this year.

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  Packers | Eddie Lacy continues to get in shape    Wed Jun 15, 10:47 PM

Green Bay Packers RB Eddie Lacy worked out with P90X founder Tony Horton after the season, and Horton estimated Lacy lost 15 to 20 pounds during the workouts. Running backs coach Ben Sirmans said this week that Lacy might again work with Horton leading up to training camp. 'I'm hopeful,' Sirmans said. 'The information I got from what people have told me, it's helped him. So you always want to be able to do things that help people. I hope he'll do it.' After offseason workouts, head coach Mike McCarthy said Lacy still had work to do.

Footballguys view: Lacy fell into the doghouse - and maybe ate the dog and dog food - last season when he was noticeably overweight and out of shape. We hope he keeps up the work whether it's with Horton or someone else. Keeping weight off is always as hard as getting it off. We feel good about his prospects in general, enough to see him as a great RB2 with the upside to crack the RB1 ranks.

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  Packers | Trevor Davis impressing coaches    Wed Jun 15, 10:46 PM

Green Bay Packers WR Trevor Davis has been showing well on special teams. But his contributions may be more wide-ranging than originally expected. 'It's been impressive watching what he's done not only as a returner,' special teams coach Ron Zook said. 'He's come in and we've really worked him as a gunner, for example, on the punt team and as a corner holding up and (on the) kickoff team covering.'

Footballguys view: A fifth round pick this past spring, Davis has a lot of work to do at receiver and will make his impact on special teams. As raw as he is, he has to earn his keep there this year in order to buy time to grind off the rough edges of his game.

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  Packers | Mike McCarthy open to two-pointers    Wed Jun 15, 07:53 PM

Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy said he would not be averse to attempting a two-point conversion after every touchdown this season. McCarthy believes having QB Aaron Rodgers as their quarterback would give the Packers more of an advantage for two-point attempts.

Footballguys view: As if you didn't already have enough reasons to draft Aaron Rodgers! McCarthy may just be blowing smoke but it's something to keep an eye on. There's no way to know for sure this will happen until it does, but an extra two points for conversions is good for Rodgers or the newly slim Eddie Lacy.

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  Packers | Jeff Janis returning kicks    Wed Jun 15, 07:43 PM

Green Bay Packers WR Jeff Janis has been receiving first-team repetitions with the kickoff return team. That could change when WR Ty Montgomery (ankle) returns, but Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette doesn't believe it will.

Footballguys view: Janis has the measurables but just can get the most out of his talent. The Packers are clearly trying to find a role for him as he figures it out but he's got to be running short on chances with head coach Mike McCarthy. As it stands, he won't be on any but the deepest rosters.

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Ty Montgomery player page


  Packers | Aaron Rodgers, others excused    Tue Jun 14, 12:23 PM

Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers and other select veterans have been excused from mandatory minicamp this week by head coach Mike McCarthy. WRs Randall Cobb and Jordy Nelson were also included in that group. 'The approach is different than the past,' McCarthy said. 'So, it's obviously tailored toward the younger players.' QB Brett Hundley will get most of the work with what is left of the No. 1 offense.

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  Packers | No long-term concern about Jared Cook    Tue Jun 7, 01:17 AM

Green Bay Packers TE Jared Cook (foot) is nursing a foot injury, but the team is not concerned about his outlook heading into the season. 'Jared Cook, we have no long-term concern with his situation. It will be good to have him back,' head coach Mike McCarthy said Monday, June 6.

Footballguys view: He had foot surgery earlier this month, but the procedure was called "preventative" and the team doesn't seem concerned about any long-term effects. Fantasy owners should consider Cook a TE2 with upside. He's never really played up to that upside, but he's an intriguing fit--and a long-missing piece--in the Packers high-powered passing attack. Currently, Cook has an ADP of TE17 (13.04) in 12-team PPR leagues.

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  Packers | Jeff Janis praised by head coach    Tue Jun 7, 01:16 AM

Green Bay Packers WR Jeff Janis received praise from head coach Mike McCarthy about his work during organized team activities (OTAs). 'Jeff Janis is doing a lot of good things. He just needs to continue to progress through the fundamentals of the position,' McCarthy said Monday, June 6. 'Special teams he had an excellent last year last year, graded out as one of our top players. I'd like to see him that that same step as a wide receiver.'

Footballguys view: Janis is easily worth a late-round flier if he wins the WR3 job with the Packers. His size/speed combination makes him more of an interesting option than Davante Adams. While Janis has upside, Adams is coming off a disappointing season which saw him continue to drop too many passes. Along with Janis and Adams, we'll see guys like Ty Montgomery and Jared Abbrederis compete for the WR3 spot behind Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb in 2016.

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  Packers | Blake Martinez is a quick learner    Tue Jun 7, 01:15 AM

Green Bay Packers LB Blake Martinez has benefitted from the absence of LB Sam Barrington (foot). 'I think he looks very comfortable. I think he's done a real nice job transitioning from the base defense to the sub defense. Very bright, quick. He definitely is a very instinctive player,' head coach Mike McCarthy said Monday, June 6.

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  Packers | Quinten Rollins making progress    Tue Jun 7, 01:14 AM

Green Bay Packers CB Quinten Rollins (finger) suffered a dislocated finger during organized team activities (OTAs) last month. A tiny, white speck of bone tore through the skin in his right hand. 'Caught a helmet,' Rollins said. 'I don't know. It just happened so fast.' He still isn't catching passes and probably will not until training camp, but he is making progress.

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  Packers | Aaron Rodgers changes diet    Mon Jun 6, 07:24 PM

Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers said he has removed dairy from his diet in hopes that it will help him stay healthy and extend his career. He said he weighs around 218 pounds at this point, which is his lightest weight since 2007.

Footballguys view: Isn't that against the law in Wisconsin? Whatever it takes to stay healthy and extend his career. After football, Rodgers will have plenty of time to chug cartons of milk like a pledge drinking his first beer if he wants.

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  Packers | Jared Cook's injury not a concern    Mon Jun 6, 04:00 PM

Green Bay Packers TE Jared Cook (foot) is not expected to have long-term issues with his foot injury, according to head coach Mike McCarthy. Cook does not have a timetable for a return yet, but doctors do feel good about his return.

Footballguys view: Good news for the Packers here. Rarely does GM Ted Thompson make such a move in free agency, but Cook could play a big role in their high-powered passing attack. Having a TE who is a weapon has not been at QB Aaron Rodgers disposal in some time, and Cook could be that guy. He's never really played up to his potential, but the opportunity is there this season.

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  Packers | Clay Matthews not practicing    Mon Jun 6, 01:57 PM

Green Bay Packers LB Clay Matthews (undisclosed) is not participating in organized team activities Monday, June 6.

Footballguys view: Not a huge concern here...especially because the reason for missing practice is undisclosed. Matthews is moving back to OLB this year where he should once again be a pass-rushing force for the Packers defense.

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  Packers | Jared Cook had foot surgery    Fri Jun 3, 02:14 PM

Green Bay Packers TE Jared Cook (foot) underwent foot surgery this week and will miss the rest of the offseason program, according to multiple sources. The Packers are hoping he'll be back next month for training camp, though, and the surgery was called 'preventative.' Green Bay has big plans for Cook in 2016 after he caught only 39 passes in 2015 with the St. Louis Rams.

Footballguys view: Cook has always had a ton of potential as a pro. His college coach at South Carolina, Steve Spurrier, once compared Cook's physical skill set to that of Calvin Johnson. However, Cook has never played up to his potential. Perhaps getting away from Jeff Fisher is the key. We're excited about his upside with the Packers, but this foot surgery is something to monitor as he recovers.

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  Packers | Jordy Nelson ready for games    Thu Jun 2, 04:50 PM

Updating a previous report, Green Bay Packers WR Jordy Nelson (knee) said if there was a game Sunday, June 5, then he would be playing in it. Nelson will not participate in any 11 on 11 drills until training camp just to be safe while he recovers from a torn anterior cruciate ligament.

Footballguys view: We're excited to see this offense whole and intact again, and Nelson is a key piece of that. We expect him to be a very nice WR1 this year in an offense that should pop.

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  Packers | Jordy Nelson runs route on sideline    Thu Jun 2, 01:13 PM

Green Bay Packers WR Jordy Nelson (knee) did not participate in practice during organized team activities Thursday, June 2, but he did run a route on the sideline for QB Aaron Rodgers.

Footballguys view: Nelson is on pace to be fully ready for training camp and, more critically, the regular season. He seems 100 percent after his injury, so we're seeing him as a solid WR1 this coming fantasy season.

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  Packers | HC impressed by Davante Adams    Wed Jun 1, 10:13 PM

Green Bay Packers WR Davante Adams is looking for a rebound after a poor season in 2015. He struggled with an ankle injury suffered in Week 2 which he aggravated the following week. Adams never fully recovered until the playoffs, and then he suffered a knee injury. During the offseason he bulked up, lifting weights once his knee fully healed. His head coach has taken notice. 'He looks stronger this year than in the past and he's healthy,' head coach Mike McCarthy said.

Footballguys view: The Packers need to get other receivers not named Jordy Nelson or Randall Cobb more in sync with Aaron Rodgers. When they aren't we get the mess we had last season. We need to see more than a tease from Adams though, and lots more consistency.

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  Packers | Three roster moves made    Wed Jun 1, 05:09 PM

Green Bay Packers WR Devonte Robinson (non-football illness) and G Cory Tucker were waived Wednesday, June 1. The Packers also signed undrafted free-agent OG Lucas Patrick (Duke), according to a source.

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  Packers | Ty Montgomery's ankle improving     Sat May 28, 12:58 AM

Green Bay Packers WR Ty Montgomery (ankle) said he has been pain free since having surgery on his ankle, and his flexibility has been making consistent progress. Head coach Mike McCarthy said he has no 'long-term' concerns about Montgomery's ankle.

Footballguys view: Montgomery has fine athleticism and can make defenders miss after the catch. A third-round pick out of Stanford last year, Montgomery is set to compete for the WR3 job with the Packers behind Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb.

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  Packers | Jordy Nelson taking things slow    Fri May 27, 03:44 PM

Green Bay Packers WR Jordy Nelson (knee) said his surgically repaired knee is fine, but he understands why the team is limiting his work during organized team activities. Nelson has been allowed to run, lift and perform all of the drills the trainers ask him to do.

Footballguys view: Good! There's no need for him to rush back and risk re-injuring himself. Nelson has been running routes on a side field during practices. He said he will need to regain his chemistry with QB Aaron Rodgers once he is cleared to practice again.

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  Packers | Davante Adams ready to bounce back    Thu May 26, 10:58 PM

Green Bay Packers WR Davante Adams said he wasn't proud of his performance last season, but he plans to prove to the team and to himself what he is capable of in 2016.

Footballguys view: He can help himself by improving his concentration. Adams is a good athlete who can get open, but there are sometimes when he struggles to catch a cold. With Jordy Nelson back, we can't see Adams getting many looks...even if he wins the WR3 job behind Nelson and Randall Cobb.

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  Packers | Two roster moves made    Thu May 26, 05:33 PM

Green Bay Packers QB Ryan X. Williams was waived Thursday, May 26. Undrafted free-agent QB Marquise X. Williams (North Carolina) was subsequently signed.

Footballguys view: Much like rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic, this just gives the guy in charge of the roster something to do. Ultimately, it is unlikely either gentleman is on the roster come the end of August.


  Packers | Eddie Lacy still has weight issue?    Wed May 25, 02:10 PM

Green Bay Packers RB Eddie Lacy still weighs 'in the 240s,' according to a source. Lacy did P90X workouts in the offseason and turned to basketball and boxing, too. It was reported back in April that Lacy had already lost 15 to 18 pounds. Head coach Mike McCarthy characterized Lacy's condition as 'so far, so good.' 'Eddie will be fine,' McCarthy said. 'I believe he'll hit the target that we're all looking for when the lights come on.'

Footballguys view: The weight is an issue, and Lacy has worked hard this offseason to get into better shape. However, Lacy just needs to stay healthy and produce. If he can do that, the "Fat Eddie Lacy" talk will die down.

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  Packers | Jordy Nelson is on schedule    Tue May 24, 06:48 PM

Green Bay Packers WR Jordy Nelson (knee) is right on schedule in his recovery from a torn anterior cruciate ligament, according to head coach Mike McCarthy. It's still unclear if Nelson will participate in organized team activities.

Footballguys view: Getting Nelson back will be a huge boost for the Packers passing game. They just weren't the same without him in 2015. With Nelson back on the field, things should open up for WR Randall Cobb. He's a top-10 fantasy WR when healthy, and his current ADP (WR8, 2.02) in 12-team PPR leagues backs that up.

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  Packers | Clay Matthews returning to OLB    Mon May 23, 09:10 AM

Updating a previous report, Green Bay Packers LB Clay Matthews will return to outside linebacker in 2016.

Footballguys view: Fantastic! Matthews can play inside, but he truly thrives on the outside as a pass-rusher for the Packers. Last year, Matthews had only 6.5 sacks rushing from the inside. He could double that number this year if the team is able to move him back outside.

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  Packers | Sign Jermaine Whitehead    Wed May 18, 05:14 PM

Free-agent DB Jermaine Whitehead (Ravens) was signed by the Green Bay Packers Wednesday, May 18.

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  Packers | Kyler Fackrell signs rookie contract    Thu May 12, 01:04 PM

Green Bay Packers LB Kyler Fackrell signed his rookie contract Thursday, May 12.

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  Packers | Mutual interest in John Kuhn returning    Thu May 12, 08:32 AM

Free-agent FB John Kuhn (Packers) continues to negotiate with the Green Bay Packers, who have mutual interest in him re-signing. However, there's no timetable on when a deal could get done.

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  Packers | David Grinnage released from IR    Wed May 11, 05:50 PM

Green Bay Packers TE David J. Grinnage (undisclosed) was released from the Reserve/Injured list with an injury settlement Wednesday, May 11.

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  Packers | David Grinnage goes to IR    Tue May 10, 08:20 PM

Green Bay Packers TE David J. Grinnage (undisclosed) was placed on the Reserve/Injured list Tuesday, May 10.


  Packers | Green Bay adds three players    Mon May 9, 06:53 PM

Free-agent TE Casey Pierce (Lions) signed with the Green Bay Packers Monday, May 9. The team also signed undrafted free-agent RB Brandon Burks (Troy) and RB Alstevis Squirewell (Newberry College). Terms of the contracts were not disclosed.


  Packers | Two players waived    Mon May 9, 06:35 PM

Green Bay Packers WR Dennis Parks was waived Monday, May 9. The team also waived/injured TE David J. Grinnage (undisclosed).


  Packers | Three rookies sign pacts with Pack    Fri May 6, 11:09 PM

The Green Bay Packers and LB Blake Martinez agreed to a four-year contract Friday, May 6. He was selected in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL draft, No. 131 overall. The team also agreed to terms with DE Dean Lowry, a fourth-round pick, and OT Kyle Murphy, a sixth-round selection.

Footballguys view: Measuring in at 6'6" Lowry is a lunch-pail guy who plays with a lot of heart and hustle. Martinez is a physical defender who loves contact and arrives at the ball-carrier with nasty intentions.

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  Packers | Trevor Davis signs pact with Packers    Thu May 5, 02:47 PM

Green Bay Packers WR Trevor Davis signed his rookie contract Thursday, May 5.

Footballguys view: Davis is a great return man and he should be able to work in that role for the Packers as a pro. He'll give the team depth at the WR position, but his greatest asset is his quickness and ability to make defenders miss.

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  Packers | Davante Adams may not make team    Tue May 3, 03:09 PM

Green Bay Packers WR Davante Adams' roster spot is not a lock for the 2016 season, in the opinion of Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. WRs Jared Abbrederis, Ty Montgomery, Jeff Janis and Trevor Davis are also not guaranteed roster spots.

Footballguys view: It's certainly possible as Adams is not a lock for the final roster. Without Jordy Nelson last year, the opportunity was there for Adams to do more and he failed miserably. He ended the season as the 83rd ranked WR in standard scoring fantasy leagues with 50 catches, 483 yards and only one touchdown. Adams will have to prove himself this year as the Packers have a talented group of WRs behind Nelson and Randall Cobb.

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  Packers | Tyler Kuder to join the Pack    Sat Apr 30, 11:53 PM

The Green Bay Packers agreed to terms with undrafted free-agent DT Tyler Kuder (Idaho State) on an undisclosed deal Saturday, April 30.

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  Packers | Herb Waters latches on with GB    Sat Apr 30, 10:27 PM

Undrafted free-agent WR Herb Waters (Miami-Fla.) signed an undisclosed deal with the Green Bay Packers Saturday, April 30, according to a source.

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  Packers | Randall Jette added for depth in GB    Sat Apr 30, 09:13 PM

The Green Bay Packers signed undrafted free-agent CB Randall Jette (Massachusetts) to a deal Saturday, April 30. Terms of the deal were undisclosed.

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  Packers | Green Bay moves up in second round    Fri Apr 29, 08:33 PM

The Green Bay Packers have acquired the 48th overall pick in the 2016 NFL draft from the Indianapolis Colts in exchange for the 57th overall pick, 125th overall pick and 248th overall pick in the draft. The Packers picked OT Jason Spriggs with the selection.

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  Packers | Green Bay takes Jason Spriggs    Fri Apr 29, 08:27 PM

The Green Bay Packers selected Indiana OT Jason Spriggs with the No. 48 overall pick in the second round of the 2016 NFL draft on Friday, April 29. The Packers traded up with the Indianapolis Colts for this selection.

Footballguys view: The Packers always need line help and have four lineman in contract years. Spriggs is an athletic tackle who might start off as a guard.

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  Packers | Kenny Clark expected to start    Fri Apr 29, 05:33 PM

Green Bay Packers DT Kenny Clark is expected to be the starting nose tackle in 2016. Clark will be asked to stop the running game and contribute on some passing downs.

Footballguys view: The run defense was a mess last season, so the Packers are hoping this will signal a change of luck. They have other needs on defense but there is a long way to go in the draft so they can address them.

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  Packers | Kenny Clark goes at No. 27    Thu Apr 28, 11:11 PM

The Green Bay Packers selected UCLA DT Kenny Clark with the 27th overall pick in the 2016 NFL draft on Thursday, April 28.

Footballguys view: The Packers need to firm up their middle to stop the run and they did just that. he can also rush the passer, which may help free up Clay Matthews from last year's duties at middle linebacker.

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  Packers | Offensive tackle could be an option     Thu Apr 28, 04:52 PM

Green Bay Packers OT David Bakhtiari is in the final year of his contract and could move inside to offensive guard, thus prompting the Packers to consider drafting an offensive tackle in the NFL Draft, according to Tony Pauline of WalterFootball.com.

Footballguys view: There's no shortage of ways the Packers can go, but they are always in the market for offensive line talent. We also think an edge rusher is possible as they can then allow Clay Matthews to move back outside.

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  Packers | Ray Drew released    Mon Apr 25, 05:14 PM

Green Bay Packers DE Ray Drew was released Monday, April 25.

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  Packers | Don Barclay re-signs    Mon Apr 18, 06:01 PM

The Green Bay Packers re-signed OT Don Barclay to an undisclosed deal Monday, April 18.


  Packers | Lerentee McCray signs    Mon Apr 18, 05:06 PM

Free-agent LB Lerentee McCray (Broncos) signed an undisclosed deal with the Green Bay Packers Monday, April 18.

Footballguys view: McCray always flashed in training camp with the Broncos, but he has yet to translate that to the field. He's a good pass-rusher and athletic enough to excel in coverage from the linebacker position. We'll see if he can stay healthy and thrive with the Packers.

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