1. Julius Peppers on Seattle: 'We're Looking Forward, Nobody's Looking Back'

    Green Bay — A year ago, Julius Peppers was the new guy in town tackling age and expectations in Green Bay. He was a 6-foot-7, 287-pound unknown at 34 years old, a player let go by a division rival...

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  2. News Now! Damarious Randall Is Full-Go in Tuesday's OTA

    Rookie first-round draft pick Damarious Randall participated in 11-on-11 work in Tuesday's OTA practice for the first time after being limited to individual drills only through rookie orientation and last week's first open OTA...

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  3. Mike McCarthy on B.J. Raji, Rookie Progress, Jeff Janis

    Running highlights of Mike McCarthy's Tuesday news conference... On Damarious Randall getting back... Didn't really study him but it's good to get him into the team stuff and past the individual...

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  4. Packers' Clay Matthews Getting Bulk of Reps at ILB During OTAs

    Clay Matthews continues to work mostly at ILB, but he's getting some reps at OLB in # Packers subpackages...

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  5. Lacy: 'I Want to Push the Gas' in Year 3

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  6. Raji's Return Among Reasons for High Hopes for Packers Defensive Line

    Packers coach Mike McCarthy rarely makes bold proclamations, so when he stated this year's defensive line “could be the best one we've had,” it's worth listening.....

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  7. Green Bay Packers Have Best of Both Worlds in Young Talent, Experienced Veterans

    Since general manager Ted Thompson implemented his draft-and-develop philosophy in Green Bay in 2005, the Packers have been a consistently young team...

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  8. Johnathan Franklin: 'I Am Supposed to Be Where I Am'

    Green Bay — In today's Journal Sentinel, we explored the lives of players who had the game ripped away from them...

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  9. Mike McCarthy: We Need to Start the Season Better

    The Packers have started the last three seasons with two losses in their first three games and one of the team's goals for 2015 is to get out of the gate on better footing...

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  10. Former Packers Adjust to Life After Neck Injuries Ended Their NFL Careers

    Green Bay — The laughter, all season long, was contagious. In a polo and khakis, Johnathan Franklin would approach old running mate Eddie Lacy , give him a dap and the two would immediately trade inside jokes...

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  11. Green Bay Packers OTA Standouts Worth Keeping an Eye on This Offseason

    They were in uniform, wore their helmets and lined up 11-on-11. No, Green Bay Packers football is not officially back, but it was nonetheless exciting to see the players, veterans ...

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  12. Aaron Rodgers Explains Why Veterans Come to Voluntary Offseason Workouts

    In a lengthy interview after practice on Thursday, Aaron Rodgers touched on topics from Jeopardy to the Packers ' offense. The most honest.....

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  13. Casey Hayward Strives to Be No. 1 Cornerback

    Green Bay — Be careful with your wording around Casey Hayward. He does not merely expect to "compete" for a starting spot. The Green Bay Packers cornerback wants much more than that...

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  14. Whitt on Packers' Corners: 'It's Difficult Being Around Me. They Don't Like Me'

    Green Bay — It's May. The practices are “voluntary.” But inside the Green Bay Packers ' cornerbacks room, the volume level is high and instruction is blunt. Position coach Joe Whitt Jr...

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  15. Abbrederis Ready to Make Up for Lost Season

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  16. Packers NT B.J. Raji Says He's 'Able to Do Everything'

    All signs have been pointing to a successful recovery from a torn bicep tendon for Packers nose tackle B.J. Raji, from weight-room theatrics to his overall mind-set as a free agent...

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  17. Packers Quarterbacks and Receivers Now Share a Meeting Room

    When coach Mike McCarthy reorganized his coaching staff this off-season, one change was particularly odd. With Edgar Bennett taking over as offensive coordinator, Alex Van Pelt was named the quarterbacks and wide receivers coach...

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  18. Casey Hayward Wants to Be Green Bay Packers' No. 1 CB, Defend Elite WRs

    Casey Hayward has not made it a secret how badly he wants to earn a full-time starting outside cornerback spot with the Green Bay Packers this upcoming season...

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  19. B.J. Raji Right Back Where He Wants to Be

    B.J. Raji is right where he wants to be – back on the field and in the middle of the Green Bay Packers ' defensive line...

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  20. Ty Montgomery Brings Added Versatility to Packers WR Corps, Special Teams

    After their late implosion in the NFC Championship Game, which led to a 28-22 overtime loss to the Seattle Seahawks , the Green Bay Packers knew that they had to make some changes...

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  21. Packers' Play-Calling Change Could Give Aaron Rodgers More Control

    If Aaron Rodgers is the quarterback, it probably doesn't matter who calls the plays for the Green Bay Packers ...

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  22. 5 Things We've Learned from the Green Bay Packers' OTAs

    The Green Bay Packers began OTAs on Wednesday, later than many NFL teams . The first practice open to the public was held on Thursday, and while we haven't seen a whole lot from ...

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  23. Rodgers' Calf No Longer an Issue -- Except Aethestically

    For a couple months after the Green Bay Packers ' 2014 season concluded, Aaron Rodgers was still unable to go through full workouts. The left calf injury that slowed the league's Most Valuable Player over the final three games continued to bother him..

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  24. Clay Matthews Fully Embracing ILB Role with Green Bay Packers

    Clay Matthews was hesitant when the Packers first approached him about switching to inside linebacker midway through last season...

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  25. Sitton Toe Injury '80-90 Percent' Healed

    Pro Bowl left guard Josh Sitton said he opted against having offseason surgery after sustaining ligament damage in his big toe last October. Sitton played through the injury, but sat out most practices during the second half of the season...

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