A roundup of what's happening on the Green Bay Packers beat.
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Packers running back Eddie Lacy may indeed win the NFL's offensive rookie of the year, an award that will be announced Saturday night in New York at the third annual NFL Honors.
But you can't tell from the guest list at the awards program to held at Radio City Music Hall.
Sure, Lacy, fresh off his Pro Bowl appearance, was on the list released by the league on Monday.
But so was San Diego Chargers receiver Keenan Allen, who might be Lacy's top competition for the award. And so was Minnesota Vikings receiver/kick returner Cordarrelle Patterson, who also could be under consideration.
Rodgers will be in New York on Friday to accept the 2014 Bart Starr Award given to one NFL player for outstanding character and leadership on the field and in the community.
Rodgers and Cobb also are among the nominees for the NFL's Never Say Never Moment for their game-winning 48-yard touchdown in Week 17 against the Chicago Bears that clinched the NFC North title. That award also will be presented at the NFL Honors program.
In case you missed on ESPN.com:
The Packers made a roster move on Monday, signing first-year fullback Ina Liaina, but that's not necessarily a sign that they've closed the door on a possible return by veteran John Kuhn.
Our position-by-position outlook continued with a look at the Packers' interior offensive linemen, where there are questions about the future at center.
Our latest NFL Nation confidential players' poll focused on concussions and player safety. ESPN Redskins writer John Keim authored the piece, and we put a Packers' spin on it by talking to Lacy, who was concussed early in the season.
Best of the rest:
In the Green Bay Press-Gazette, Scott Williams got a look at a Coca-Cola commercial that was filmed in and around Lambeau Field and will air during Super Bowl XLVIII.
In the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Bob McGinn wrote about Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen's ties to Wisconsin, where he played high school football in a small town in the southwest corner of the state.