Analyzing the current Pro Football Hall-of-Fame finalists and whether or not Jason would vote them in.
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If a microphone truly contributed to Randall Cobb's injury, the issue needs to be addressed.
Former Packers quarterback Brett Favre has been making the rounds at the Super Bowl and talking a lot about his reunion with his old team.
If Aaron Rodgers accomplishes what Peyton Manning has accomplished in his career, will Packers fans be disappointed?
Former Green Bay Packers QB Brett Favre assuredly will be voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, but will he be named on every ballot?
When receiver Jordy Nelson went down in a preseason game in Pittsburgh, the Packers lost their deep threat and simply were unable to make adjustments.
2010 Packers take No. 11 in SB team ranks
The Packers have often gone only as far as Aaron Rodgers has been able to take them, and in 2010 that was all the way. Rodgers' impressive leadership was supplemented by solid coverage on the back end. Ranking recent Super Bowl teams (Insider)
Packers WR Randall Cobb can't help but wonder if being miked up for the NFC divisional playoff loss to the Cardinals contributed to his lung injury.
Analyzing the Mike McCarthy-Ted Thompson relationship as well as the most overrated movies.
Change didn't suit the Packers well
As we know now, Mike McCarthy's decision to relinquish play-calling duties last offseason was not the right move for Green Bay. As a result, Mike Sando lowered the team's grade a notch. 2015 offseason re-grade (Insider)
What to expect from Julius Peppers
It sounds like the 36-year-old will be back for a 15th NFL season, but will the Packers carry his hefty salary in 2016? If Peppers were released, perhaps the Seahawks would be interested. NFL rumors roundup
Packers reporter Jason Wilde give his takes on how Packers fans have become so entitled and his opinion of Cam Newton ahead of the Super Bowl.
Packers Hall of Famer Willie Wood, 79, is suffering from dementia and has lost any recollection of his interception in the first Super Bowl.
Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer
Brett Favre, who's going to be elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday, just made a quiet entrance onto Radio Row at the Super Bowl.
Ted Thompson did enough this year for the Packers to get to the Super Bowl.
Former Packers GM Ron Wolf spoke with Packers reporter Jason Wilde about how fan expectations have evolved in Green Bay.
Will Julius Peppers hang 'em up?
Calvin Johnson and Peyton Manning aren't the only big names who could retire this offseason. The 36-year-old Peppers could call it quits as well, even after a productive season. Schefter: Offseason storylines
Carolina feeds off Cam Newton's loose demeanor on the field. It's not unlike the leadership of Brett Favre, whose contagious energy had a way of igniting his teammates, writes Matt Bowen.
Larry Fitzgerald's 75-yard catch-and-run on the first play of OT in the Packers' 26-20 playoff loss to the Cardinals will sting for some time.
How different would the Packers approach be if John Schneider or Eliot Wolf was running the show?
Federal court papers state that Darren Sharper has renewed negotiations with federal prosecutors and is preparing a trial defense -- which could indicate that his plea agreement is off.
Green Bay wide receiver Randall Cobb participated in a cooking competition on Rachael Ray's television show.
One throw to win the Super Bowl:
Which quarterback do you want making the pass? Twenty-three percent of players polled selected Aaron Rodgers as the QB they want with the ball in his hands and the Lombardi Trophy on the line. Super Bowl Confidential
Packers need an upgrade at TE
Todd McShay doesn't think this is a particularly deep tight end class. But if Hunter Henry does last until Green Bay's first pick, he would be an upgrade for the Packers. Mock Draft 2.0 (Insider)