Jordy Nelson is a go, the Pack is back in town, and while the defense has some question marks, it is finally here! Training Camp 2015! SHARE if you’re ready to see this train leave the station!
With the Packers shareholder meeting complete, it is time for football to once again take Titletown by storm. Mark Murphy addressed the media and laid out the highpoints including the possible game in London and the continued pursuit of NFL
The pre-season is here, the time that separates the men from the boys. Who will be the next Packers superstar? Who will step up? The challenge stands before us and the journey is long.
The Packers strength at wide receiver, and the addition of another slew of wide receivers in this year and last year’s draft has created a very congested camp at the postion. We all know who the top three will be
Sixteen seasons is a monstrous long time to start for a single team in the NFL. In that time a lot of backup quarterbacks came and went. Some of them were terrible some of them not so bad. In fact
As the time to install Brett Favre in his place of honor draws near, many in Packernation reminisce about what has been called “The Brett Favre Era”. This is only fitting as it was one of the most exciting periods
The Packers ended a running back drought when James Starks came on to help the Packers win Super Bowl XLV in 2010. Then they got Eddie Lacy who kicked the running game up a notch (or two) from there. The
Packernation knows that our team and/or season rides on the health of Aaron Rodgers. With a returning offensive line and veteran running backs who know their protection schemes the Packers should be in a position to do whatever they can
Rob Demovsky had a nice article about how Brett Favre is nervous and excited about the upcoming ceremony and his induction into the Hall of Fame. Favre seems to be quite moved by the fact that tickets to the event sold
His rookie year, Eddie Lacy had 35 receptions for 257 yards and a 7.3 yard average. During the 2014 preseason, the catching ability of Lacy was all the talk, not just of the fans but also of the coaches and