1. Packers release C Madsen

    The Green Bay Packers have released C Joe Madsen. The transaction was announced Monday by Executive Vice President, General Manager and Director of Football Operations Ted Thompson. Madsen, a first...
  2. What is Brett Hundley’s upside?

    The draft is over; here come the grades
  3. Schedule shows Packers remain a national draw

    Murphy Takes 5 is a monthly column written by President and CEO Mark Murphy
  4. That's a wrap on the 2015 NFL Draft's Vic Ketchman and Mike Spofford recap the action from the 2015 NFL Draft. Hear their thoughts on the Packers' selections.
  5. Will it be remembered for Ryan or Hundley?

    Mike McCarthy proclaims Clay Matthews an OLB, sort of
  6. Trio of sixth-round picks wraps up Packers’ 2015 draft class

    Fullback, defensive lineman and tight end chosen in span of eight picks
  7. Packers trade up for UCLA QB Brett Hundley

    Scott Tolzien has competition for backup job behind Aaron Rodgers
  8. Instincts, intangibles stand out with LB Jake Ryan

    Michigan star overcame ACL injury to become first-team All-Big Ten
  9. Prospect Primer: QB Brett Hundley, UCLA

    Name: Brett Hundley Position: QB Ht.-Wt.: 6-3, 226 School: UCLA Key stat: Over three seasons as the Bruins’ starter, completed 67.6 percent of his passes (838 of 1,240) with 75 TD passes and 25 in...
  10. I’ll burn my khakis if they don’t pick a LB

    Let the man complete his body of work
  11. Packers fortify secondary, add WR Montgomery's Vic Ketchman and Mike Spofford recap Friday night's action from the second and third rounds of the 2015 NFL Draft. Hear their thoughts on the Packers' selections.
  12. Stanford’s Ty Montgomery a ‘bigger Cobb’

    Third-round receiver could boost Packers’ return game
  13. Maybe Saturday will be the day

    Ted Thompson says “we’ll address” inside linebacker
  14. Quinten Rollins stuck with it and starred

    Packers second-round pick made impressive return to football
  15. I didn’t see it coming; I failed you

    Damarious Randall gives Packers versatility