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    Packers Daily: Rookie playmakers finding paydirt

    Mike Spofford and Brian Gutekunst reflect on the success of last year's draft class and their contributions on offense in this edition of Packers Daily.

    Brian Gutekunst: 'The draft is the lifeblood of this organization'

    General Manager Brian Gutekunst spoke to the media on Monday to preview the 2024 NFL Draft and identify what the Green Bay Packers are looking to accomplish.

    Brian Gutekunst Pre-Draft Press Conference

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    Prospect Primer: Xavier Worthy, WR, Texas

    Speedster caught 26 TD passes in 39 career games

    Packers players turn the page!

    Packers players visit Green Bay's Eisenhower Elementary Read-a-Thon to inspire students to read.

    Prospect Primer: Graham Barton, OL, Duke

    Two-time first-team All-ACC pick projects as interior lineman in NFL

    Total Packers: 1-on-1 with Josh Jacobs

    Larry McCarren sits down with new RB Josh Jacobs to discuss his acclimation to Green Bay and what he plans to bring to the Packers' offense.

    Total Packers: 1-on-1 with Jeff Hafley

    Larry McCarren sits down with new defensive coordinator Jeff Hafley to discuss his passion for coaching and what the new defense will provide for the Green Bay Packers.

    Total Packers: Offseason Report

    The Green Bay Packers look to build on their momentum from a memorable 2023 season. Larry McCarren and company recap all that has happened this offseason and preview the NFL Draft. RB Josh Jacobs and new defensive coordinator Jeff Hafley also join the program.

    Packers Unscripted: One week away

    Mike and Wes look ahead to the 2024 NFL Draft and discuss the Packers’ stash of picks in the early rounds (1:04), the current status at the safety position (4:02), how GM Brian Gutekunst tries to avoid getting boxed in (7:02), targeting depth on the offensive line (14:52), and the intrigue surrounding other NFC North teams (20:15).

    Packers Daily: Record-breaker

    25 years after the Packers selected Donald Driver in the seventh round of the 1999 NFL Draft, Mike Spofford looks back at his prolific career in this edition of Packers Daily.

    Prospect Primer: Ennis Rakestraw Jr., CB, Missouri

    Improved his 40 time from combine to pro day

    Prospect Primer: Jer’Zhan ‘Johnny’ Newton, DL, Illinois

    2023 Big Ten defensive player of the year played in 45 games with 37 starts over four seasons

    Prospect Primer: Amarius Mims, OT, Georgia

    Started just eight college games at RT but has high upside

    Packers Unscripted: Back from a busy offseason

    The show returns for a ninth season as Mike and Wes review the offseason happenings in Green Bay, from the signings of Josh Jacobs and Xavier McKinney (4:54); to the hiring of new defensive coordinator Jeff Hafley (10:23), to other moves in free agency, including the re-signing of Keisean Nixon (15:57) ; to the pending kicking competition (19:30) and new contract for QB Jordan Love (21:34); to opening the 2024 season in Brazil vs. the Eagles (25:30).

    Jordan Love Validates Packers’ Decision to Move On From Aaron Rodgers

    The Green Bay Packers look smart for drafting Jordan Love while they still had Aaron Rodgers, as Love lit up Dallas en route to eliminating the Cowboys from the NFL playoffs

    Week 17 Opening Odds: Packers are underdogs to Vikings on New Years’ Eve

    The Green Bay Packers will be heading to the Twin Cities to take on the Minnesota Vikings this New Year’s Eve.

    STRONG HANDS: Romeo Doubs extends the Packers’ lead

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    STUFFED: A gaggle of Packers create a turnover on downs

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    POWERHOUSE: AJ Dillon runs it in for the score

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    Packers vs. Panthers Christmas Eve Game Thread

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    For Cheddar or Wurst: Dingle Barry, Dingle Barry, Dingle all the way

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    Packers elevate 2 players for game vs. Panthers

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