Entering Sunday’s game against the Los Angeles Rams at Lambeau Field, the Packers have managed just 20 opening-drive points through 11 games, scoring on their first drive just four times (two touchdowns, two field goals).
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Jason Wilde breaks down what he thinks the Green Bay Packers need to accomplish to bounce back from their loss last week when they host the Lo…
Thanks to a fractured pinkie toe on his left foot, which Aaron Rodgers has said is extremely painful, he didn’t practice at all Wednesday, Thursday or Friday this week.
Against the Rams' fearsome pass rush, Yosh Nijman will need to play even better than he did during a three-game stint earlier in the season.
Running back Aaron Jones took part in the team’s light walkthrough-style practice on Wednesday and was back out there on Thursday in a non-padded practice.
From Giannis Antetokounmpo to successful programs at the University of Wisconsin, columnist Jim Polzin offers his thoughts on reasons to be thankful in the world of Wisconsin sports.
Aaron Rodgers has a fractured pinkie toe — not “COVID Toe,” a malady associated with COVID-19 that causes red and purple lesions on the feet of sufferers who’ve tested positive for the novel coronavirus, as Rodgers did on Nov. 3.
Since being the odd man out of the starting lineup for the season-opening loss to the New Orleans Saints, Jon Runyan has been the starting left guard for the past 10 games and has played 643 of a possible 648 offensive snaps.
What exactly happened with David Bakhtiari’s knee to require the procedure is unclear, but coach Matt LaFleur already has ruled him out for Sunday’s game against the Rams at Lambeau Field.
“(The blame) never falls squarely on one individual,” LaFleur reiterated after another missed field goal Sunday.