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Packers rookie Montgomery shining as return man
Green Bay receiver Ty Montgomery found himself atop the kick-return depth chart in camp Saturday.
Matthews gets refresher at inside linebacker
Matthews gets refresher at inside linebacker
The long-haired linebacker is ticketed for major minutes again playing on the inside of the Packers defense.
Packers open training camp

The Green Bay Packers got off to a running start at training camp. 

Coach Mike McCarthy wouldn't have it any other way for the NFL's highest-scoring team last season. 

“The tempo...

Secondary reaching new heights for Green Bay

Year by year and player by player, the Green Bay Packers have relaxed their organizational insistence upon the 6-foot cornerback.

When Terrell Buckley (5-foot-10, 175 pounds) failed as the team's fifth overall...

McCarthy energized as training camp opens

Mike McCarthy marched quickly to the podium and spoke with the enthusiasm of a teacher greeting students on the first day of school.

With players reporting to Packers training camp on Wednesday, McCarthy seemed ...

Lacy continues to impress for Green Bay

In the two seasons before Eddie Lacy's arrival, the Green Bay Packers started five different running backs, and the result was leading rushers with paltry totals of 578 and 464 yards.

One measure of Lacy's...

Murphy addresses Green Bay shareholders

Winning helps. The perennial NFC contenders boasted record revenue this past year of more than $375 million.

The tradition-rich Packers are embracing trendy throwback looks for their alternate, third jerseys....

AP sources: NFL close to new football inspection rules
AP sources: NFL close to new football inspection rules
Among the new rules: how to properly inflate a football, two people familiar with the NFL's plans say.
Packers receivers tough to catch
Green Bay's starting wide receivers, split end Jordy Nelson and slot Randall Cobb, appear to be a match for any pair in the NFL. If the third second-rounder, Davante Adams, develops as quickly as the Packers sense he might, this receiving corps could be the crème de la crème.
What does 2015 hold for the Bears?
What does 2015 hold for the Bears?

A face-lift was expected in Chicago in 2015, and it always starts at the top. Phil Emery was let go after three seasons of not reaching the playoffs, which also ended the two-year Marc Trestman experiment.

Replacing them are first-time GM Ryan...