A total of 59 players are in rookie minicamp as the Packers start looking for the next generation of players to call Lambeau Field home. Seventeen of those players are undrafted free agents the team has signed since the draft wrapped up last weekend.
This offseason the Packers have seen the majority of their personnel changes on the defensive side of the ball. Early on it was the departures of some familiar faces in the locker room. Then in the draft the team added some new names to the defensive depth chart.
The Green Bay Packers drafted safety/CB Damarious Randall with the 30th overall pick in the first round of the NFL Draft.
Bret Favre and Ron Wolf helped revitalize the Packers franchise together 1990s. Now three decades later they will be honored by the team in Lambeau Field this upcoming season.
With the 2015 season quickly approaching, the NFL released the schedules for all 32 teams on Tuesday night. For the Packers there are a few games that jump right out, mainly a NFC title game rematch with Seattle and Thanksgiving night meeting with the Bears at Lambeau Field
There has been plenty of changes for the Packers since their loss to Seattle in the NFC Championship game back in January. Now the 2015 version of the green and gold starts to prepare for another run at the big game with offseason workouts.
Matt Blanchard finished his career as a starter with UW-Whitewater with a 45-0 record, and three Division 3 National Championships.
The Green Bay Packers will have two familiar faces back for next season after the team resigned veteran full back John Kuhn, and matched Oakland's offer to Sean Richardson.
With the NFL Draft just four short weeks away, the league announced the offseason workout schedules for all 32 teams on Thursday afternoon.
The Green Bay Packers are close to solidifying the heart of their defensive line, according to multiple media reports, with the resigning of BJ Raji and Letroy Guion.