Green Bay Packers
When an NBA legend talks you usually listen.
It’s heating up in Green Bay.
As much as Mike McCarthy liked what he saw on Sunday night, the Green Bay Packers coach wanted to make it clear that defensive star Clay Matthews does not have a new full-time position.
Things really aren’t going well for the Chicago Bears.
Exactly how badly Arizona quarterback Carson Palmer’s left knee was damaged — and how long he’ll be replaced by backup Drew Stanton — might not be known until Monday or Tuesday.
Their quarterback is playing near-perfect football, their offense is stirring memories of the juggernaut it was in 2011 and their much-maligned defense is coming together after some early-season struggles.
The milestones keep piling up during what is turning into a special first half of the season for Aaron Rodgers.
Everyone looks like someone, right?
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy has run out of adjectives for Aaron Rodgers, which is unfortunate because the quarterback believes he’s only halfway through his career.
Brett Favre appreciates Peyton Manning’s greatness, and the feeling is mutual.