After a brief hiatus, the Green Bay Packers' weekly mailbag has returned.
From Brett Favre in 1993 to Jordy Nelson in 2015, riding fans' bikes to #Packers training camp has been a Green Bay tradition since the days of Vince Lombardi. [Credit: John Biever/Getty Images; Morry Gash/AP]
Brett Favre was in Jackson, Mississippi, on Saturday for his induction into the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame. He led a six-person class that included ex-NBA player Clarence Weatherspoon.
Ty Montgomery, the third-round pick out of Stanford, impressed during the Green Bay Packers first full-pads practice of training camp.
Packers rookie receiver Adrian Coxson was treated for an apparent heat-related issue after Saturday's training camp practice.
Eddie Lacy might not look svelte right now, but the Green Bay Packers' third-year running back is already showing his effectiveness in training camp.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was in hand-to-hand combat in the background of actress girlfriend Olivia Munn's Instagram video.
The Green Bay Packers are continuing to limit veteran lineman Josh Sitton's snaps, even though he's healthy.
Packers' 'real' football begins
That's what Packers DE Mike Daniels calls it now that the pads have come on for the third day of camp: "It's always fun to get back into real football, and we get to see what everybody is made of."
The Packers will practice in full pads for the first time at training camp on Saturday.
Green Bay Packers cornerback Casey Hayward revealed Friday that he underwent surgery shortly after last season to have a screw placed in his foot.
Packers receiver Randall Cobb has not been a full-time return man since 2012, but says he's happy to do the job if called upon.
Clay Matthews is an expert at outside linebacker, but when it comes to manning the inside he considers himself still a novice.
Look for Adams to have a bigger role
Davante Adams showed big-time potential for the Packers last season. He should improve his numbers in year two because Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb will draw most of the attention. Fantasy X factors
Mike McCarthy gave LG Josh Sitton a much lighter workload Friday during the second practice of training camp.
The Green Bay Packers' experience level at perhaps the most important position on defense -- cornerback -- won't be what it once was.
In his first practice since offseason hip surgery, the Green Bay Packers' Jordy Nelson didn't experience any of the pain that bothered him last year.
Quinten Rollins will start training camp on the sidelines as the Packers aren't taking any chances with the rookie cornerback.
Rodgers is No. 1 fantasy QB (again)
Eric Karabell's rankings show the Green Bay Packers' Aaron Rodgers as the most valuable quarterback and a third-round value. Quarterback tiers (Insider)
Lacy More Than Just A Safe Bet
Aaron Rodgers might be the face of the Packers' offense, but that doesn't mean he is the only special player in Green Bay. Eddie Lacy puts up big-time numbers on the ground. Running back tiers (Insider)
Aaron Rodgers says a key to a Packers team that returns its entire offense will be starting off the season fast -- something it failed to do last year.
Will Matthews play inside or outside?
Clay Matthews' hefty salary would suggest a move back to outside linebacker is in order for 2015, but that's not where the 29-year-old began training camp. What are the Packers' plans for Matthews? NFL rumors roundup
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