Posts Tagged ‘Green Bay Packers’

Rodgers on outlook with the Packers: I don’t know what the future holds

Tuesday, August 4th, 2020

Jordan Love's arrival in Green Bay means Aaron Rodgers' long-term future is uncertain with the Packers, though he is not thinking about it.

Packers hosting DreamDrive bike design contest

Tuesday, August 4th, 2020

GREEN BAY, Wis. WBAY) - The Green Bay Packers are working to keep the “dream” alive despite the absence of fans at training camp this season. One of the team’s great traditions is the DreamDrive bike rides.

Aaron Rodgers: ‘Urgency is definitely up’ with limited prep time

Tuesday, August 4th, 2020

Translating it all to the field in such a shortened time frame won't be easy. "We're going to have to accomplish a lot. We're going to have to find a way to get the speed of our play up very quickly," he said.

Packers the favorite to sign Antonio Brown, NFL insider would bet on Seahawks

Monday, August 3rd, 2020

I think if I had to put $5 down on Antonio Brown’s team for this year after his eight-game ban is served, I’d put it on Seattle,” King wrote. Russell Wilson is a fan and wants it to happen, Pete Carroll isn’t afraid of risky guys, and John Schneider (Percy Harvin, Josh Gordon) is okay with taking shots on game-breakers with baggage. In odds released by BetOnline, King would make $12.50 if that $5 bet hit.

After Aaron Rodgers split, Danica Patrick seeks ’emotional’ healing

Monday, August 3rd, 2020

An unconfirmed report by the gossip site Terez Owens said the NFL quarterback was spotted getting friendly with “Big Little Lies” star Shailene Woodley in Lake Tahoe just before news broke of his split from Patrick. Rodgers said to be was in Lake Tahoe taking part in the American Century Championship celebrity golf tournament, which ran July 8-12, Terez Owens reported.

Packers Morning Buzz: Mark Murphy makes clear his stance on players’ protests during anthem

Monday, August 3rd, 2020

Welcome to your Morning Buzz, rounding up news and views regarding the Green Bay Packers from around the web and here at PackersNews.com. We'll start with Packers President and CEO Mark Murphy responding to a reader of his monthly column on the team's website. The reader said he felt the Packers were alienating their fan base by permitting players to take a knee during the national anthem and by expressing support for Black Lives Matter and other social initiatives.

Packers remain confident in receiving group without Funchess

Sunday, August 2nd, 2020

Green Bay general manager Brian Gutekunst says Devin Funchess’ decision to opt out for this season isn’t necessarily causing the Packers to get more aggressive in seeking help at the wide receiver position. Funchess announced Tuesday he isn’t playing this season for the safety of himself and his family while noting that some of his closest relatives “have experienced the life-threatening impact of COVID-19 first hand.

Packers remain confident in receiving group without Funchess

Sunday, August 2nd, 2020

"Obviously we support Devin," Gutekunst said. "All of our players are going through some really tough situations, tough choices they have to make with their families. I really appreciate kind of how he handled that situation with us.

While MLB battles COVID-19 outbreaks, Packers, NFL keep watchful eye ‘because they know they’ve got next’

Saturday, August 1st, 2020

You’re going to have positive tests. The reality is, living in the United States during the pandemic, people are going to test positive. But (the focus is on) getting your players in and having enough time to get them through (the testing process).

Aaron Rodgers on Packers’ Jordan Love pick, Burger Fest’s 200-pound burger tradition to continue: Stories you loved

Saturday, August 1st, 2020

As always, we've rounded up your favorite stories from around Wisconsin this week and some of their top Facebook comments, just for you. There's the beef! Burger Fest's 200-pound burger tradition to continue, with an essential workers twist The colossal burger is usually served free to festival goers, but this year it will be donated to feed essential workers.