Green Bay Packers wide receiver James Jones believes the team can produce three 1,000-yard receivers in 2013, something Green Bay's never done in franchise history.
Donald Driver was honored in Green Bay on Saturday. The veteran wide receiver, who spent his entire 14-year career in Green Bay, had a street named after him and a statue unveiled in his honor.
Colin Kaepernick and Russell Wilson are locked into their rookie deals and the 49ers and Seahawks couldn't be happier -- for now. Jason La Canfora digs through contracts to find the best steals.
Aaron Rodgers, no doubt still thrilled about that shiny new contract and an upcoming appearance on 'The Office,' is pumped about the prospects of wearing throwback uniforms in 2013. A season after the Packers went with just their traditional green jerseys and yellow pants, it appears that the blue tops, tan bottoms, blue socks and brown helmets are back in the rotation.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy isn't planning to use wide receiver Randall Cobb to return kicks next season.
Donald Driver retired Wednesday as one of the most beloved Packers. He played all 14 seasons for Green Bay and leaves as the franchise leader in catches and receiving yards.
How have receivers fared the following season after reaching the Super Bowl the year prior? Our Jamey Eisenberg shares his findings.
On Thursday, Donald Driver announced that he will retire, and he will say goodbye next Wednesday at a public event/news conference at Lambeau Field.
In another sign Greg Jennings won't be returning to Green Bay, the Packers wideout has put his home near Lambeau Field up for sale.
Green Bay Packers receiver Donald Driver is leaning toward retiring, according to USA Today.

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