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  • • Veteran NT B.J. Raji unlikely to attempt comeback
    When nose tackle B.J. Raji walked away from football in 2016, he declared it a “hiatus” instead of a retirement. Well, the 31-year-old probably won’t be returning to the NFL anytime soon. ESPN’s Rob Demovsky tweets that he’s asked several agents about Raji’s status over the past few years, and it “doesn’t sound like” the longtime Packers standout w...
  • • Packers excuse 16 veterans from mandatory minicamp
    Mike McCarthy and the Green Bay Packers are doing mandatory minicamp a bit differently than the rest of the teams around the NFL.On Tuesday, McCarthy announced that he excused 16 tenured veterans from this mandatory set of practices so that the Packers can focus on giving valuable reps to younger players who need to develop. Not surprisingly, the t...
  • Packers says no long-term concern after Matthews hit on nose
    Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy says he is OK with players taking part in a charity softball game in spite of an injury to linebacker Clay Matthews         ...
  • Clay Matthews injury update: Packers LB to have surgery this week
    Green Bay coach Mike McCarthy said the team has discussed "scheduling surgery probably midweek."...
  • Mike McCarthy: Packers LB Clay Matthews' injury in softball game no cause for concern
    Coach Mike McCarthy said he won’t overreact to Clay Matthews suffering a broken nose when the linebacker took a line drive to the face in a charity softball game.         ...
  • Packers says no long-term concern after Matthews hit in nose
    Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy says he is OK with players taking part in a charity softball game in spite of an injury to linebacker Clay Matthews         ...
  • Packers says no long-term concern after Matthews hit in nose
    GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy says he is OK with players taking part in a charity softball game in spite of an injury to linebacker Clay Matthews....
  • • McCarthy: Softball OK despite Matthews' injury
    Mike McCarthy isn't going to put the kibosh on the annual Packers charity softball game, but he might like Clay Matthews to put in some extra skill work if he's going to pitch again....
  • • McCarthy: No long-term concern about Matthews’ health
    It sounds as if Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews won’t suffer any ill effects long-term after breaking his nose over the weekend.The veteran linebacker was hit in the face by a line drive at a charity softball event, but according to coach Mike McCarthy, there should be no long-term issues with his health once he gets the situation surgic...
  • • WATCH: Clay Matthews takes liner off face in charity softball game
    Athletes host charity softball games as a fun way to raise money for charity and compete against their teammates. Unfortunately for Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews, wide receiver Davante Adams’ softball game led to a scary situation.While pitching at Fox Cities Stadium, a liner off the bat drilled Matthews directly in the face and sent h...
  • • Mike McCarthy: Kizer would have been first-rounder in 2018
    Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy clearly has a high opinion of quarterback DeShone Kizer, who was acquired in a trade with the Cleveland Browns this offseason.McCarthy gave Kizer a huge compliment while discussing the young passer, saying he believes the Notre Dame product would have been a first-round pick if he had stayed in school one ...
  • Three top Packers picks get started, 'hard work' ahead
    GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) For a host of rookies, the road to a spot on the Green Bay Packers' roster began on Friday. While what they did during the first of two post-draft rookie orientation camp practices won't decide their fates, coach Mike McCarthy believes a good start is vital for them all....
  • • NFC notes: Details of Nick Foles' new contract; Bulaga safe with Packers?
    Given that the Packers could save nearly $5MM by releasing RT Bryan Bulaga, and given Bulaga’s recent injury history, there was some chatter that Green Bay could part ways with the ninth-year pro (especially since Bulaga is not even guaranteed to be ready for the start of the 2018 season after tearing his ACL on November 6). But we recently heard t...
  • • OL Jahri Evans want to continue playing
    With his 35th birthday on the horizon, Packers free agent guard Jahri Evans says that he wants to continue playing. The veteran also says he would be open to another season in Green Bay. “I’m not opposed to coming back to Green Bay,” Evans said. “I loved my last year in Green Bay. Green Bay was great. I loved the coaching staff, I loved the locker ...
  • • NFC North Rumors: Bulaga returning to Packers, Ebron aftermath for Lions, Vikings
    Bryan Bulaga has now seen two of his past five seasons either wiped out or largely nullified by severe injuries, and the Packers‘ starting right tackle is now entering the seasons of his contract where a cap-casualty cut is not incredibly prohibitive. Yet, the ninth-year blocker is expected to return for the fourth season of said deal.“Whenever pla...

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