Get let latest updates and analysis as Aaron Rodgers and the Packers look to build off of their Monday night victory when they take on the San Francisco 49ers at Levi's Stadium.
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The head coach says that “at no point in time am I ever telling Joe (Barry) or (special teams coordinator) Mo (Drayton) exactly what to do.”
Jason Wilde breaks down what he thinks the Packers need to accomplish to earn a victory in their Week 3 showdown with the San Francisco 49ers …
Green Bay can shift right tackle Billy Turner to left tackle and start Dennis Kelly in Turner’s spot on the right side, or they can leave Turner where he is and start Yosh Nijman on the left side.
The coaching staff is still trying to figure out how to integrate Cobb — who has played just 22% of Green Bay's offensive snaps — into the offense.
“I wouldn’t wish that on anybody,” Jerry Montgomery said of contracting the coronavirus. “One day you’re good. The next day, you can’t do something you love."
Multiple NFL sources said on draft day that the 49ers were legitimately interested in pursuing a trade for the reigning MVP — and Niners GM John Lynch later confirmed that the team inquired about Aaron Rodgers’ availability, only to be flatly told that Rodgers wasn’t being traded.
Left tackle Elgton Jenkins wasn’t able to practice with the rest of the team on Wednesday, and his status for Sunday night’s game at San Francisco is in doubt.
Matt LaFleur may go against grain and not defer on opening kickoff if the Packers win the coin toss.
The tight end drafted in 2019 caught only 12 passes for 114 yards during his short tenure.