In his first practice since offseason hip surgery, the Green Bay Packers' Jordy Nelson didn't experience any of the pain that bothered him last year.
Quinten Rollins will start training camp on the sidelines as the Packers aren't taking any chances with the rookie cornerback.
Rodgers is No. 1 fantasy QB (again)
Eric Karabell's rankings show the Green Bay Packers' Aaron Rodgers as the most valuable quarterback and a third-round value. Quarterback tiers (Insider)
Lacy More Than Just A Safe Bet
Aaron Rodgers might be the face of the Packers' offense, but that doesn't mean he is the only special player in Green Bay. Eddie Lacy puts up big-time numbers on the ground. Running back tiers (Insider)
Aaron Rodgers says a key to a Packers team that returns its entire offense will be starting off the season fast -- something it failed to do last year.
Will Matthews play inside or outside?
Clay Matthews' hefty salary would suggest a move back to outside linebacker is in order for 2015, but that's not where the 29-year-old began training camp. What are the Packers' plans for Matthews? NFL rumors roundup
Packers WR Jared Abbrederis left practice after a hard fall, but Mike McCarthy said he did not think it was related to last year's knee injury.
Aaron Rodgers takes the field. #Packers training camp is officially underway. [Credit: Rob Demovsky/Twitter]
Familiar faces back for Packers
The Packers have their first training camp practice today, and there should be lots of familiarity for a team that led the NFL in scoring last season (30.4 PPG), as they return 95% of their offensive snaps, the highest percentage of any team in the NFL.
In advance of the Green Bay Packers' training camp, we have been breaking down each position group. We wrap up the series with special teams.
Jordy Nelson, who missed almost all of the OTA and minicamp practices after undergoing hip surgery this offseason, passed his physical.
NFL Nation Buzz: Green Bay Packers
Rob Demovsky reports on the suspensions that could become a distraction for Green Bay during training camp.
The Green Bay coach says Super Bowl expectations are just fine: 'If I don't believe that then someone else would be standing up here.'
Mike McCarthy said he has no plans to limit Aaron Rodgers' workload over the next month even though the QB is coming off consecutive injury-marred seasons.
McCarthy: No plans to limit Rodgers' reps
Packers coach Mike McCarthy said he isn't planning to limit Aaron Rodgers' workload: "We're not counting throws all the time, and it's not a concern as it will be when he's later in his career." The QB is coming off consecutive injury-marred seasons.
The Packers and Dolphins unveiled throwback designs, and there's a lot to like about each look, writes Paul Lukas.
Sando: Top offenses in the NFL
Sorry, Green Bay and Pittsburgh fans: Even though its starting QB is suspended for 4 games, New England still has enough firepower to claim the top offense in the league. Rankings (Insider)
In the year of Super Bowl 50, the Green Bay Packers have something big planned to commemorate the first one.
Even with Tom Brady suspended for four games, Mike Sando remains high on the Patriots offense. But which other units fill out his top five? Here's a hint: A certain top-tier QB wasn't included.
With Tramon Williams and Davon House signing elsewhere in free agency, Casey Hayward could be the favorite to earn a starting job.
General manager Ted Thompson had a little fun on Tuesday during his annual address at the Green Bay Packers' shareholders meeting.
One of the loudest ovations Packers president Mark Murphy received at team's annual shareholders meeting on Tuesday came when he said naming rights for the iconic stadium would never be sold.
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