Brett Favre is returning to football — as an assistant high school football coach in his native Mississippi.
We hear it would be a big mistake to underestimate any of the three free-agent veteran defensive linemen signed by the Packers.
Here are three players who could be poised to make a big comeback on the fantasy scene in 2012.
Barring a significant setback as the summer progresses, we hear Graham Harrell remains a solid bet to replace Matt Flynn as the Packers’ backup QB.
The Packers released their financial report from the 2011 season and the team topped $300 million in total revenue for the first time.
Even though he had his contract reworked to the tune of a reported $2.3 million, we hear Donald Driver's future remains sketchy in Green Bay.
After taking a step back in his second season, we hear Packers nickel back Sam Shields is not assured of a roster spot.
Roger Goodell has finished hearing appeals from four players in the Saints bounty case, amid complaints that the NFL didn't prove anything.
The uncertainty that was evident in 2011 for the Packers at outside linebacker has shifted to inside linebacker this offseason.
Does the fact that the Packers posted a 15-1 record — best in the NFL — a season ago mean they should be Super Bowl favorites in 2012? Maybe not.
Packers coach Mike McCarthy knows teams can get in trouble for violating a league-wide ban on live contact during offseason workouts.
Arbitrator Stephen Burbank has said he does have jurisdiction over Packers DE Anthony Hargrove, who's appealing a suspension.
Packers DE Mike Neal plans on proving his critics wrong this season. And he believes he'll be playing on opening day.
Former NFL LB George Koonce personally knows of the troubles many former pro football players encounter when they retire from the game.
The Packers claimed undrafted rookie S Micah Pellerin off waivers from the Colts on Friday, the team announced.