Training Camp Update

Here's a look at injury news from the latest Packer training camp sessions and a glance at today's schedule:<P>
July 24, 2003

Trivia Time - Part 2

Next week's mini-camp will feature unknown players whose football futures are question marks. Will any of the late-round draft picks become Packer legends, will they fade quickly into obscurity or will they land somewhere in between? Take this quiz and test your knowledge of the fate of past late-round picks in Green Bay.<P>
May 28, 2003

NFL Draft Countdown: Packers by position

Today: Offensive line. Next: Wide receivers and tight ends<P> The offensive line is a position that went from durable to decimated in the blink of an eye last year. Will 2003 see the return of the rock-solid offensive line, or will the Packers have to go shopping for reinforcements through the draft?<P>
April 24, 2003

Off-season injury update

The season's over, but still the bad news on the injury front keeps coming. A dozen Packers failed their year-end physicals, and the outlook for a key player is still unclear.<P>
January 9, 2003

Surgery behind him, Winters hopes to return

While Brett Favre has dominated retirement talk, Packers' "senior statesman" Frank Winters has to be considering when he'll hang up the cleats.<p> Winters demonstrated this year by playing in all 17 games that his 16th season was one of his most valuable to the team. Will he reprise his role for a 17th time?<p>
January 9, 2003

Five Packers named Pro Bowl starters

The last time a Packer offensive lineman was named a Pro Bowl starter, Larry "the Rock" McCarren was the team's anchor and Ronald Reagan was in the White House. Two decades later, guard Marco Rivera has earned a trip to Hawaii, along with several teammates as five Packers were named to the 2002 Pro Bowl team Thursday.<P>
December 19, 2002