Throughout his four years with the Green Bay Packers, Blake Martinez was the consummate team-first guy. He toed the party line on any topic ev…
Inside linebacker Blake Martinez signed a three-year, $30 million contract with the Giants.
Christian Kirksey and Rick Wagner, an ex-UW standout, fill two soon-to-be created voids on the roster with free agents Blake Martinez and Bryan Bulaga hitting the open market.
Jason Wilde breaks down three keys for the Green Bay Packers when they take on the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship Game on Sunday …
If it's a sign of a good team that it can rally from such a dismal start to win, then the Packers' 23-20 victory over the Lions was good news for all. But something's not quite right with a team that can come out so flat and unfocused in such an important game.
State Journal columnist Tom Oates grades the Green Bay Packers' performance in their 23-20 win over the Detroit Lions in their regular-season finale Sunday at Ford Field.
The final score made it appear that Sunday’s game at Lambeau Field was a blowout, but Matt LaFleur, the Packers first-year head coach, knew better.
Jason Wilde breaks down the Green Bay Packers' roster by position in a nine-part series, looking at the team's depth, competitions for playing…
Since Matt LaFleur’s hiring as coach, the team’s three longest-tenured assistants — James Campen, Joe Whitt and Joe Philbin — have either been dismissed or given the OK to seek jobs elsewhere.
The Packers have an NFL-best 31 sacks entering Thursday night’s game at Seattle.
State Journal columnist Tom Oates grades the Green Bay Packers' performance in their 29-27 loss to the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday in Los Angeles.
The Packers will have to make 37 roster moves to get down to 53 players by Saturday's 3 p.m. deadline.
Trading for the Raiders' star linebacker would put the Packers on a par with any team in the NFC, but the deal has to make sense from both trade compensation and salary-cap standpoints or it shouldn’t be made.
Without Jake Ryan, a fourth-year player who tore the ACL in the same knee in college at Michigan and played 507 snaps on defense last season, the Packers are suddenly very young at inside linebacker.
Ryan, an inside linebacker, suffers an apparent right knee injury; Brice, a safety, goes down with an apparent left leg injury.
As training camp got underway this week in Green Bay, Packers players kept a favorite summer tradition alive, borrowing bikes from kids to rid…
Finding edge pass-rushing help is imperative for first-year general manager Brian Gutekunst in this year’s NFL draft.
Defensive tackle Kenny Clark and linebacker Blake Martinez are eager to begin work with Green Bay's new defensive coordinator.
Coach Mike McCarthy, new GM Brian Gutekunst and new defensive coordinator Mike Pettine have a game plan to build a better defense.
The team president has mostly been involved with the franchise's business operations.
The deal takes him through 2019, although the new general manager would have the option to replace him after the 2018 season.
Clark, Green Bay's first-round draft pick in 2016, has been Packers' top defensive player since returning from an ankle injury on Dec. 3.
Defensive lineman Kenny Clark is looking to return from a high ankle injury, while Martinez wants to continue his strong play that peaked last Sunday when he had in 15 tackles, an interception and a fumble recovery in a loss to Pittsburgh.
The win over the New York Giants in the wild-card game last week showed that they can withstand the potential loss of quarterback Aaron Rodgers' top receiver.