PFW executive editor and resident Packers expert Dan Arkush believes QB Aaron Rodgers will be the player most under the microscope in Green Bay's Seven prime-time affair against the division-rival Vikings.
Aaron Rodgers will start for the Packers in Week Six after suffering a concussion last week, but OLB Clay Matthews will be out with a hamstring injury.
Reports out of Green Bay indicate that QB Aaron Rodgers took the vast majority of snaps during a non-contact practice session open to the media Thursday morning.
The first real indication that the Packers might have to face the Dolphins this Sunday without either Aaron Rodgers or Clay Matthews came courtesy of the team’s Wednesday injury report, as neither player participated in Wednesday’s practice.
PFW executive editor and resident Packers expert Dan Arkush believes the subpar efforts of QB Aaron Rodgers and WRs Greg Jennings and Donald Driver through five games could be more painful than the team's lengthy injury list.
With a number of key players looking questionable at best for their Week Six game against Miami, the Packers’ short-term status looks more than a little shaky.
The agony of the Packers’ 13-10 defeat to the Redskins Sunday was magnified with a Tweet by the Green Bay Press-Gazette reporting that QB Aaron Rodgers suffered a concussion on his final offensive play of the game.
After barely escaping with a victory against the lowly Lions, the time couldn't be more right for a dominant Packers victory over the Redskins this Sunday.
Speaking at a tailgate-style fan luncheon in Green Bay on Tuesday, NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith said he sees new signs that owners are preparing for a lockout in 2011.
Already widely considered to be the Packers’ key player on the field, QB Aaron Rodgers deserves similar status off the field after reportedly being voted the team's representative to the NFL Players Association.
What follows is a six-pack of noteworthy quotes from Packers players and coaches following their first loss of the season to the Bears in Week Three.
PFW executive editor and resident Packers expert Dan Arkush selects Green Bay’s players of the week on offense, defense and special teams after the team’s Week Three loss to the Bears.
PFW executive editor and resident Packers expert Dan Arkush presents a running meter that indicates the Packers' top five MVP candidates through their most recent game.
PFW executive editor Dan Arkush picks his Packers’ players of the week on offense, defense and special teams.
LB Clay Matthews had three sacks to lead a dominant defensive performance in the Packers' 34-7 victory over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.
Aaron Rodgers threw a pair of touchdown passes, Mason Crosby kicked a team-record 56-yard field goal and the Green Bay Packers beat the Philadelphia Eagles 27-20.
Aaron Rodgers enters 2010 as perhaps the top-ranked fantasy QB out there, but should you take him with a top-10 pick?
After a two-day visit to the Packers' training camp, PFW just might be having second thoughts about the team's Super Bowl potential.
While the bandwagon supporting the Packers as Super Bowl favorites is growing, PFW executive editor Dan Arkush identifies five potential problems the team could be facing in the season ahead.
If you listen to NFL analysts, the race for the league's MVP has already been decided. Yet, columnist Mike Beacom believes underappreciated Packers QB Aaron Rodgers should be at the top of the list of candidates.