The 37-year-old has shown no signs of rust after skipping the entire offseason program, including the mandatory minicamp in June.
One of defensive coordinator Joe Barry's biggest tasks during camp will be identifying who can play the "Star" position.
Defensive coordinator Joe Barry will have plenty of options, with second-year linebackers Krys Barnes and Kamal Martin seemingly the favorites among holdovers on the roster.
Until Bakhtiari's health situation is figured out, the Packers will have to experiment with a host of left tackle alternatives while also hoping \rookie second-round pick Josh Myers can step into the starting center role as planned and while sorting out a depth chart that is long on youth and short on experience behind the starting crew.
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LOUDON, N.H. — Always a popular driver, Matt DiBenedetto won a fan vote this season that earned him the final spot in NASCAR’s All-Star race. …
In the end, there was no debate.
There is absolutely no question the group is better off than their counterparts from last year were, when those rookies spent their first NFL offseason entirely in the virtual realm thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Meanwhile, the Packers were holding the penultimate OTA practice of their offseason — a voluntary session that Aaron Rodgers was hardly the only player to skip.
The special teams units have finished in the top 10 of the NFL just once over the past 15 years of longtime NFL columnist Rick Gosselin’s annual rankings.
Sixth-round pick Isaiah McDuffie and Packers teammate AJ Dillon, a second-round pick a year ago, were college teammates and friends at Boston College.
On his third day in Minnesota, new Vikings quarterback Kellen Mond walked onto the practice fields at TCO Performance Center for the first tim…
The Packers have publicly maintained they will not trade the three-time NFL MVP.
“It feels so good to be out there with these guys,” LaFleur said.
GLENDALE, ARIZ. — Cam Talbot didn’t want to say too much.
Cam Akers has plenty of reasons to be confident heading to the frozen tundra, particularly after what's happened during the second half of his increasingly impressive NFL debut season.
Welcome to a playoff edition of the Bills Mailbag. Let’s get right to it …
Quarterback Josh Allen arguably is the hottest player in the NFL entering the playoffs.