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Randall Cobb set to be Green Bay Packers' go-to guy
Randall Cobb led the NFL with 2,342 all-purpose yards last season, but the Green Bay Packers receiver has yet to peak. Aaron Rodgers believes the young wideout has a high ceiling.
Aaron Rodgers: Retire Brett Favre's Packers number
Aaron Rodgers says it's already "been too long" a wait for Brett Favre's number to be retired by the Green Bay Packers. Is this another step toward reconciliation between Favre and his former team?
Vikings VP: We'll beat Packers in new stadium's opener
Lester Bagley, a Minnesota Vikings executive, said he expects Adrian Peterson and the Vikings to run over the rival Green Bay Packers at the opening of the new stadium in 2016.
Desmond Bishop: 'I know I'm capable' of defensive MVP
After signing Desmond Bishop in 2012 to a four-year, $19 million contract extension, the Packers were looking to trade the injured linebacker during the draft. Now healthy, Bishop has lofty goals.
NFLPA Rookie Premiere: 7 things we learned
Life is just about perfect for NFL rookies right now. Optimism is overflowing; smiles and good cheer are seemingly ever-present. Dan Hanzus saw for himself while attending a rookie event in L.A.
NFL's biggest arm? Aaron Rodgers, Matthew Stafford in the mix
Which quarterback possesses the strongest arm in the NFL today? Our analysts debate the topic, raising a number of notable names, including Detroit Lions signal-caller Matthew Stafford.
Packers CEO: We want Brett Favre 'back in the family'
It's only a matter of time until Brett Favre officially reunites with the Green Bay Packers. At least that's what we gather after Packers CEO Mark Murphy publicly stated the team's intentions.
Datone Jones: Colin Kaepernick can't keep running
Datone Jones watched San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick shred the Green Bay Packers in the playoffs last season, but the rookie defensive end doesn't see that happening again.
Eddie Lacy, Johnathan Franklin competing for Packers
The Green Bay Packers drafted Eddie Lacy (left) and Johnathan Franklin to improve their rushing attack. The two are rooming together at rookie minicamp and preparing to compete for snaps.
Eddie Lacy's toe not a problem, Alabama doctor says
Eddie Lacy fell to the Green Bay Packers in the 2013 NFL Draft in part because of concerns about his previous toe surgery. An Alabama team doctor says those concerns are overblown.