• 02.

    Rodgers Leads Annual October Charge

    The Associated Press / For Packer Report

    Full Story
  • 03.

    Defenses No Longer Endangered Species

    Barry Wilner / The Associated Press

    Full Story
  • 04.

    Packers’ Defense Solving Problem Spots

    Bill Huber / packwriter2002@yahoo.com

    Full Story
  • 01.

    Same Old Aaron

    Bill Huber / packwriter2002@yahoo.com

    Full Story
  • 02.

    Rodgers Leads Annual October Charge

    The Associated Press / For Packer Report

    Full Story
  • 03.

    Defenses No Longer Endangered Species

    Barry Wilner / The Associated Press

    Full Story
  • 04.

    Packers’ Defense Solving Problem Spots

    Bill Huber / packwriter2002@yahoo.com

    Full Story
  • 01.

    Same Old Aaron

    Bill Huber / packwriter2002@yahoo.com

    Full Story
  • 02.

    Rodgers Leads Annual October Charge

    The Associated Press / For Packer Report

    Full Story
  • 03.

    Defenses No Longer Endangered Species

    Barry Wilner / The Associated Press

    Full Story

‘Now Was the Time’ for Barrington

Shields Hasn’t Tested Injured Knee

Flynn Remains No. 2 QB

Ultimate Packers Game Review

In our signature postgame piece, it’s the play of the game, player of the game and bunch of great numbers that explain Sunday's blowout victory over Carolina. (Benny Sieu/USA TODAY)

House Dislocates Finger

Newton, Read-Option Grounded by Fast Start

Sometimes the best defense against a dynamic quarterback is a great offense. But this was much more than that. Early three-and-outs forced by the Packers defense allowed them to dictate the game plan in a 38-17 victory over the Carolina Panthers at Lambeau Field. (Jeff Hanisch/USA TODAY)

Cobb, Nelson Provide Special Sauce on Offense

Ketchup-covered Randall Cobb and Jordy Nelson spearheaded another big day by Aaron Rodgers as the Packers extended their winning streak to four games. (Jeff Hanisch/USA TODAY)

One Catch (Officially, Anyway) For Richard Rodgers

Barrington Makes First Start

Now They’re Rolling

Green Bay wasted no time in blowing out Carolina in an all-around dominating performance on Sunday at Lambeau Field. The Packers have won four in a row after a 1-2 start. (Jeff Hanisch/USA TODAY)

Packers-Panthers: Williams and Benjamin Active

Green Light in Red Zone

The Packers' offense has rebounded in a big way after a rare bad season in the red zone. That could be a major key against Carolina on Sunday. (Steve Mitchell/USA TODAY)

PACKERS SCHEDULE



WEEK 1

Sept. 4

at Seattle

7:30 p.m.

WEEK 2

Sept. 14

N.Y. Jets

3:25 p.m.

WEEK 3

Sept. 21

at Detroit

Noon

WEEK 4

Sept. 28

at Chicago

Noon

WEEK 5

Oct. 2

Minnesota

7:25 p.m.

WEEK 6

Oct. 12

at Miami

Noon

WEEK 7

Oct. 19

Carolina

Noon

WEEK 8

Oct. 26

at New Orleans

7:30 p.m.

WEEK 9

Nov. 2

BYE

WEEK 10

Nov. 9

Chicago

7:30 p.m.

WEEK 11

Nov. 16

Philadelphia

Noon

WEEK 12

Nov. 23

at Minnesota

Noon

WEEK 13

Nov. 30

New England

3:25 p.m.

WEEK 14

Dec. 8

Atlanta

7:30 p.m.

WEEK 15

Dec. 14

at Buffalo

Noon

WEEK 16

Dec. 21

at Tampa Bay

Noon

WEEK 17

Dec. 28

Detroit

Noon



PACKERS 2014 DRAFT PICKS



  • 1 (21) HaHa Clinton-Dix, db, Alabama.


  • 2 (53) Davante Adams, wr, Fresno State.


  • 3 (85) Khyri Thornton, de, Southern Mississippi.


  • 3 (98) Richard Rodgers, te, California.


  • 4 (121) Carl Bradford, lb, Arizona State.


  • 5 (161) Corey Linsley, c, Ohio State.


  • 5 (176) Jared Abbrederis, wr, Wisconsin.


  • 6 (197) Demetri Goodson, db, Baylor.


  • 7 (236) Jeff Janis, wr, Saginaw Valley State.


  • Draft Prospects


    2014