It's unclear whether Aaron Rodgers has been open and honest with Green Bay's front office about just how frustrated he has been.
The uncertainty around the future of reigning MVP Aaron Rodgers has turned up the pressure on the Packers to find other options at the all-important position.
Given the level of acrimony Brett Favre sees between the Green Bay Packers and Aaron Rodgers — a familiar feeling, having been there himself in 2008 before being traded to the Jets — Favre isn’t betting on there being a happy ending.
With Corey Linsley and Lane Taylor having departed in free agency and David Bakhtiari’s start-of-the-season availability in question due to his torn ACL during a Dec. 31 practice, the newbies will have ample opportunity to compete for roles.
A first-round cornerback, an intriguing multi-dimensional slot receiver and three offensive linemen were the highlights of Green Bay's 2021 draft class.
Similar to Ted Thompson, the man he succeeded, Packers GM Brian Gutekunst finds himself embroiled in a nasty public feud with his quarterback.
On a day that Yahoo! Sports reported that Aaron Rodgers has told the team that he won’t return as long as Brian Gutekunst is the general manager, and team president/CEO Mark Murphy publicly acknowledged there is an “issue” between the team and the quarterback, Matt LaFleur sounded like the man stuck in the middle.
About to embark on his fourth draft as Packers GM, Brian Gutekunst’s acumen as an talent evaluator is hard to gauge.
Green Bay has added competition for both punter JK Scott and long snapper Hunter Bradley heading into training camp.
GM Brian Gutekunst suggested multiple times during a video conference Monday that the Packers could still redo Aaron Rodgers’ contract.
Cornerback looks like a glaring position of need that GM Brian Gutekunst surely will address with at least one or two of his 10 overall draft choices.
Packers GM Brian Gutekunst has made it sound like Krys Barnes and Kamal Martin will get ample opportunity to prove they can do the job.
General manager Brian Gutekunst might be worried after a huge drop in production from Preston Smith.
Beyond Kenny Clark and up-and-coming Kingsley Keke, Green Bay's defensive line is full of uncertainty.
The uncertain status of David Bakhtiari (torn ACL) and the departures of Corey Linsley and Lane Taylor mean general manager Brian Gutekunst goes into the NFL draft next week with a virtual imperative to add to the unit.
Whether Packers GM Brian Gutekunst drafts a tight end next week largely depends on how confident he is in Jace Sternberger developing after two unimpressive seasons and how certain he is Josiah Deguara can return from a season-ending torn ACL.
None of the Packers' current wide receivers is under contract beyond 2021.
It wouldn’t be at all surprising if Green Bay spent one of its 10 picks in the April 29-May 1 NFL draft on a back — even after picking Boston College’s AJ Dillon in the second round a year ago.
Packers GM Brian Gutekunst is a proponent of continually developing assets at the quarterback position.
ESPN's analyst Mel Kiper says this year's draft is "mysterious" and "complicated."
Aaron Rodgers reiterated his standing with the Packers remains a “beautiful mystery,” but shed little light on where things stand with the team following CEO Mark Murphy’s non-answers about Rodgers’ situation last week.
Packers CEO Mark Murphy did nothing Tuesday to diffuse any concerns fans might have about another future Hall of Fame quarterback and the franchise possibly heading toward a less-than-amicable separation.
Aaron Rodgers and the Packers will meet Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium at a date to be determined in the 2021 season.
“I feel like I haven’t even scratched the surface to enter (my) prime yet,” Aaron Jones said.
ESPN and the NFL Network reported Marcedes Lewis' new deal with Green Bay was for two years and $8 million, though ESPN said it included $4 million in guaranteed money while NFL Network said it was $2.1 million guaranteed.