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Bears get Khalil Mack, but don’t be mad at Brian Gutekunst

Bears get Khalil Mack, but don’t be mad at Brian Gutekunst

By MARQUES EVERSOLL The Chicago Bears and the Green Bay Packers are the NFL’s oldest rivalry. In 196 games dating back to 1921, the Packers lead the all-time series 96-94-6. But early Saturday morning, the Bears scored a big win with the acquisition of Khalil Mack. Reports had surfaced that the Packers were amongst the…MORE

Packers 53-man roster projection by Marques, Bill & Rookie

Packers 53-man roster projection by Marques, Bill & Rookie

NFL general managers always say how hard it is to cut players. Unfortunately, that’s a harsh reality and part of the job for Brian Gutekunst. Fortunately, Marques, Bill and Rookie lent a helping hand, and put together their 53-man roster projection Friday on “Air it Out.” Check it out. SPECIAL TEAMS (3) SPECIALISTS (3) —…MORE

Aaron Rodgers agrees to contract extension with Packers

Aaron Rodgers agrees to contract extension with Packers

  It (finally) happened. Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has reportedly agreed to a contract extension to make him the highest-paid player in NFL history. Former Packers wide receiver — and current NFL Network analyst — James Jones was the first to report the deal. BREAKING 🚨 The #Packers and 2-Time MVP QB @AaronRodgers12 have agreed…MORE

Bryan Bulaga back from Torn ACL (already)

Bryan Bulaga back from Torn ACL (already)

By MARQUES EVERSOLL It’s a “Feel-Good Friday” for the Green Bay Packers. After getting some bad news on Jake Ryan earlier this week, Packers coach Mike McCarthy announced today that right tackle Bryan Bulaga is off the PUP and will practice at Ray Nitschke Field. Bulaga suffered a torn ACL last November, meaning his recovery took…MORE

Packers kick off 2018 Training Camp!  See it here!

Packers kick off 2018 Training Camp! See it here!

The Green Bay Packers will hold their first training camp practice of 2018 today at Ray Nitschke Field. Mike McCarthy held his season-opening press conference yesterday — which we carried live on The Fan — and here are some of the highlights from Day 1: EDGE Nick Perry (ankle) and OT Bryan Bulaga (knee) will…MORE

Packers place Bulaga, Perry on PUP to start training camp

Packers place Bulaga, Perry on PUP to start training camp

The Green Bay Packers will be without a couple key players to start their 2018 training camp. According to ESPN’s Field Yates, right tackle Bryan Bulaga and outside linebacker Nick Perry will start the season on the Physically Unable to Perform list. Packers OT Bryan Bulaga (knee) and OLB Nick Perry (hand) will both begin…MORE

Report: Packers sign tight end Marcedes Lewis

Report: Packers sign tight end Marcedes Lewis

The Green Bay Packers have agreed to terms with free-agent tight end Marcedes Lewis, according to the NFL Network. Former #Jaguars tight end Marcedes Lewis has, in fact, signed with the #Packers. Active free agent period continuing in May. — Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) May 24, 2018 Lewis, 34, was the No. 28 pick in the…MORE

Mike Budenholzer to be named head coach of Milwaukee Bucks

Mike Budenholzer to be named head coach of Milwaukee Bucks

The Milwaukee Bucks have agreed to terms with Mike Budenholzer to be the next head coach of the Milwaukee Bucks, according to ESPN. Budenholzer replaces interim coach Joe Prunty, who replaced Jason Kidd as head coach of the team. Mike Budenholzer has reached an agreement to become the Milwaukee Bucks coach, league sources tell ESPN.…MORE

Mark Ingram suspended; Good News for Packers?

Mark Ingram suspended; Good News for Packers?

When the Green Bay Packers traded the No. 14 overall pick in the draft to the New Orleans Saints, every Packers fan became a fan of whomever was playing against the Saints. Even in the offseason. Basically, all Packers fans are anti-Saints fans. And according to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, running back Mark…MORE

Matt Ryan paid; Aaron Rodgers next?

Matt Ryan paid; Aaron Rodgers next?

Matt Ryan is the newest highest-paid quarterback in the NFL, signing the first contract in league history that guarantees $100 million. Ryan’s deal will average roughly $30 million per season. Next up: Aaron Rodgers. (We think.) Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst was on PFT Live on Thursday, and he expressed optimism that the Packers would…MORE