The Packers re-signed an impending free agent defensive lineman on Friday when they agreed to terms on a deal with Letroy Guion, but another one hasn’t heard from the team yet. B.J. Raji told Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette that Guion’s new deal was “well deserved” and that he hasn’t started any contract…
The Packers’ priority in free agency is always signing their own free agents before looking at players from other teams, and they’ve taken that approach again. Green Bay and defensive tackle Letroy Guion have agreed in principle to a three-year, $11.25 million deal, Adam Caplan of ESPN reports. Guion is actually rare on the Packers’…
The Green Bay Packers prevented defensive tackle Letroy Guion from hitting free agency this offseason by signing him to a three-year contract. ESPN's Adam Caplan was the first to report the three-year deal worth $11.25 million, while...Show More Summary
Nina Dobrev poses for some photos in her Starter Green Bay Packers satin jacket on her way to the 2016 Super Bowl on Sunday (February 7) in San Francisco, Calif. The 27-year-old actress rocked a Packers jacket, even though the Super Bowl featured the Denver Broncos vs. the Carolina Panthers. The Broncos ended up winning [...]
Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning already surpassed former Green Bay Packers legend Brett Favre earlier this season to become the NFL's all-time leading passer. Manning leapfrogged Favre again Sunday during Denver's 24-10 victory...Show More Summary
Today, the Super Bowl is an entertainment and sports juggernaut. But 50 years ago, it was a different game. In fact, it wasn’t even called the Super Bowl at the time. On Jan. 15, 1967 the Green Bay Packers and the Kansas City Chiefs faced off in the first ever AFL–NFL World Championship Game in L.A. Show More Summary
In what might’ve been the most sure-fire bet at Saturday’s NFL Honors, Aaron Rodgers’ game-winning Hail Mary touchdown pass that propelled the Green Bay Packers past the Detroit Lions in Week 13 was named the NFL Play of the Year onShow More Summary
SAN FRANCISCO — The Pro Football Hall of Fame voters meet the day before the Super Bowl, hear presentations for each of the finalists, then vote. Pete Dougherty of the Green Bay Press-Gazette presented former Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre. Show More Summary
When the Kansas City Chiefs took the field against the Green Bay Packers nearly a half-century ago in the first Super Bowl, they embodied the most obvious plotline of the game: How would the champions of the upstart American Football League fare against the established titans of the NFL?
Green Bay Packers husky RB Eddie Lacy and his weight has been a topic of conversation since he came in overweight to training camp. Cheeseburger Eddie is his name and nonstop eating is his running game. First report out of training camp is that his weight was at 234 and he somehow gained 25 more […]
On Dec. 31, 1967, the Green Bay Packers played the Dallas Cowboys. It was a game so cold it was dubbed the Ice Bowl as temperatures dropped (...)
(Photo Courtesy of Jordy Nelson) He had me at "hello." The above "he" was Green Bay Packer wide receiver Jordy Nelson. But the "hello" wasn't for me. It was for the unlucky - or lucky - soul who was transferred mistakenly by the hotel...Show More Summary
When the Kansas City Chiefs faced off with the Green Bay Packers in the first Super Bowl fifty years ago, tickets to the big game cost $12 and the average price for a visit to the doctor was $6.60, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. For the “Golden Super Bowl” this weekend, face-value of the... Continue Reading
The very first Super Bowl was held on January 15, 1967, when future Hall of Famer Bart Starr led the Green Bay Packers past the Kansas City Chiefs before a crowd of almost 62,000 in Los Angeles. In the five decades of football since,...Show More Summary
Around 4pm ET on Sunday, Jan. 15, 1967, the National Football League’s Green Bay Packers squared off against the American Football League’s Kansas City Chiefs in the first ever Super Bowl. Some 50 million people watched the game, simulcast on both NBC and CBS, but neither network retained their footage of the historic event — and the one guy that …
Vince Lombardi coached the first Super Bowl-winning football team, the Green Bay Packers. And he famously said, “Football is not a contact sport; it’s a collision sport. Dancing is a contact sport.” A half-century on, as Super Bowl 50 is about to be played, the human toll of those jarring collisions...
Vince Lombardi coached the first Super Bowl-winning football team, the Green Bay Packers. And he famously said, "Football is not a contact sport; it's a collision sport. Dancing is a contact sport." A half-century on, as Super Bowl 50 is about to be played, the human toll of those jarring collisions...
In January the NFL Network broadcast the first ever replay of Super Bowl I, contested 49 years ago between the NFL’s Green Bay Packers and AFL’s Kansas City Chiefs. But as the league’s press release notes, it wasn’t a replay of the original broadcast. Show More Summary
During the first Super Bowl a half-century ago, Green Bay Packers coach Vince Lombardi threw a fit when the second-half kickoff had to be done over. The reason? NBC held off returning to the game until after it aired a commercial for Winston cigarettes. Show More Summary
If you were watching the tail end of the Pro Bowl yesterday that featured Team Irvin vs. Team Rice, you probably seen Seattle Seahawks CB Richard Sherman attempt to RKO Green Bay Packers LB Clay Matthews towards the end of the game. He didn’t quite finish it and I’m sure he wasn’t trying to, but it […]