If any Vikings fans are looking for their break into the motion picture industry, the opportunity might be drawing near.
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Will Aaron Rodgers rebound?
The return of Jordy Nelson and an upgrade across the offensive line could help Aaron Rodgers regain his place at the top of the quarterback rankings. Way-too-early fantasy rankings
The Green Bay Packers don't expect outside linebacker Julius Peppers to join the retirement crowd despite Peppers recently turning 36 years old.
Can the Packers learn anything from the Broncos coaching hiring and firing or from Denver's dominant defense?
If Cam Newton is going to celebrate as much as he does, he needs to handle himself better when there's nothing to celebrate.
Packers have plenty to prove in 2016
Normally, a team led by Aaron Rodgers would be a lock for the top five on our list. But our panel isn't sold on Green Bay after a lackluster season. Way-too-early Power Rankings
Crystal ball: McCarthy on the hot seat?
Dan Graziano thinks 2016 could bring rumblings about a fractured relationship between Mike McCarthy and Aaron Rodgers. If so, the Packers could be in for a coaching change. Crystal ball for 2016
In the final year of his rookie contract, David Bakhtiari's base salary for 2016 will increase from $675,000 to $1.696 million.
Never too early to look at next year
New England, Pittsburgh and Seattle all opened with the best odds to dethrone Denver next season, according to the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook. Denver is given 14-1 odds to defend its title.
With the season now in the books, Rob Demovsky takes a look back at his preseason predictions for 2015.
Favre's record, but not for long
Newly minted Hall-of-Famer Brett Favre's record for career regular-season wins doesn't appear likely to stand the test of time. Tom Brady or Peyton Manning, if he returns for another season, is poised to break the mark in the near future.
The Reconciliation between Brett Favre and the Packers this season was important before he was inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Ron Wolf took a chance on Brett Favre, and now they're both in the HOF.
All he does is win, win, win
Peyton Manning's victory in Super Bowl 50 gives him the most combined victories, regular and postseason, by a QB in NFL history.
Aaron Rodgers' 61-yard, game-winning TD pass to Richard Rodgers vs. the Lions wins the NFL Play of the Year award.
Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer
Aaron Rodgers' Hail Mary to Richard Rodgers wasn't just memorable for Packers fans. It was named the "Bridgestone Performance Play of the Year" on Saturday at the NFL Honors awards program. Thirty-two plays from the 2015 season were nominated, and the winner was selected by fan voting. Packers defensive back Micah Hyde's one-handed, back-handed interception in Week 17 against the Vikings was also nominated.
Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer
Brett Favre now awaits his gold jacket.
Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer
Packers president Mark Murphy on Brett Favre's induction to the Pro Football Hall of Fame: "The Green Bay Packers organization and all our fans congratulate Brett on his election into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Brett was a one-of-a-kind player with an approach to the game that endeared him not only to Packers fans, but also to millions of football fans across the world. He's one of the game's all-time greats and this honor is well deserved. We look forward to his enshrinement ceremony in August."
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?
On the doorstep of immortality
Terrell Owens, Brett Favre and Alan Faneca are all finalists in their first year of eligibility for the Hall of Fame. They are competing with Marvin Harrison, Kurt Warner and others for enshrinement in Canton.
Analyzing the current Pro Football Hall-of-Fame finalists and whether or not Jason would vote them in.
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?