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More TEs could mean less action for Randall Cobb, but ‘that’s OK’

Wednesday, September 6th, 2017

Story by Rob Demovsky, ESPN.com. GREEN BAY, Wis. – Yes, Mike McCarthy said he wants the ball in Randall Cobb’s hands more often. And during training camp, the Green Bay Packers’ seventh-year receiver has looked as good as ever. But this isn’t the offense of the last few years, where McCarthy sends out three receivers, a tight […]

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Jordy Nelson wants to play ‘two to four more years’

Monday, September 4th, 2017

Story by Jeremy Bergman, NFL.com. Aaron Rodgers said this offseason that he wants to keep tossing skins in a Packers uniform until he’s 40 years young, nearly six years from now. Will his top target Jordy Nelson be there right alongside him in 2023? Don’t count on it. The prolific Packers pass-catcher told former teammate A.J. Hawk on The HawkCast podcast that he […]

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Clay Matthews receives 2017 community service award

Friday, September 1st, 2017

Story by Mike Spofford, packers.com senior writer. GREEN BAY – The quarterbacks had the wardrobe, and the star pass rusher got the hardware. Shortly after Aaron Rodgers and Brett Hundley made a semi-grand entrance to the annual Greater Green Bay Chamber of Commerce “Welcome Back Luncheon” at Lambeau Field on Wednesday sporting “Men In Black” suits and shades, […]

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Jerry Kramer: ‘Son of a gun, I’ve got another shot’

Thursday, August 31st, 2017

Story by Mike Spofford, packers.com senior writer. DENVER – Since last missing out on induction as a Pro Football Hall of Fame finalist two decades ago, Jerry Kramer had come to peace with the fact that it just wasn’t to be. “I had come to an acceptance,” Kramer said in a phone interview with packers.com […]

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DDThankYouTour: ‘Thank You Tour’ reunites Driver with adoring Green Bay Packers fans

Friday, August 18th, 2017

Story by Jen Zettel, courtesy of Appleton Post-Crescent. GRAND CHUTE – A bright No. 80 emblazoned the pitcher’s mound at Neuroscience Group Field on Sunday, as bright as the smile of the legendary Green Bay Packers wide receiver who wore it. Yes, Donald Driver returned to Fox Cities Stadium for a sold-out charity softball game […]

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DDThankYouTour: Donald Driver trades in pads for puffs at Wisconsin State Fair

Tuesday, August 15th, 2017

Story by Megan Pospychala, courtesy of Fox 6 Milwaukee. WEST ALLIS — Another beloved Green Bay Packers legend traded in his pads for puffs Friday morning, August 11th. Donald Driver learned how to make cream puffs at the Wisconsin State Fair. “It’s like Lambeau, too cold,” said Driver inside the fridge where the ingredients for […]

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DDThankYouTour: Driver’s thank-you tour takes him to Kenosha

Monday, August 14th, 2017

Story by Mike Johnson, courtesy of Kenosha News. Donald Driver simply wants to say thanks. Over a legendary 14-year career with the Green Bay Packers that spanned 1999-2012, Driver became the franchise’s all-time leader in receiving yards (10,137) and receptions (743) and helped the Packers to a Super Bowl title in 2010. In addition to […]

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ICYMI: Stay Tuned for Highlights from Donald Driver’s Thank You Tour

Monday, August 14th, 2017

Legendary Green Bay Packers receiver Donald Driver embarked on a Thank You tour throughout the state of Wisconsin this past weekend, thanking the fans who cheered him on during his 14-year career in Green Bay. Driver ended his time with the Packers as the all-time leader in receptions and receiving yards for the storied franchise. […]

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Donald Driver softball game lineup includes former Packers, celebrities

Wednesday, August 9th, 2017

Story courtesy of Ed Berthiaume, Appleton Post-Crescent. GRAND CHUTE – When the Donald Driver thank you tour makes its way to Fox Cities Stadium on Sunday, a handful of former Green Bay Packers will share the field with a mix of celebrities from the entertainment world. Driver, who has embarked on a thank you tour […]

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Clay Matthews, Nick Perry trained for the long haul this offseason

Friday, August 4th, 2017

Story by Wes Hodkiewicz, Packers.com. GREEN BAY – Clay Matthews has the same goals going into every offseason, but this year the Packers linebacker wanted to be even more proactive in his approach to rehab and recovery. “I stay in a bubble and wrap my hands up,” smiled Matthews on the first day of training camp […]

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