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Recent articles by Jim:

Packers players past and present speak out about unrest in Minneapolis

Many Packers players have posted messages on social media about George Floyd’s death and ensuing civil action in Minneapolis. → Read More

Packers gain salary-cap space by restructuring Lane Taylor's contract

According to the NFL’s public salary-cap report, the Packers now have $13,896,825 in cap space. → Read More

Packers prepared to adapt to possible changes in onside kick rules

The NFL is studying a proposal to give teams the option of running a fourth-and-15 play from their own 25-yard line. → Read More

Packers coach Matt LaFleur gushes over Jerry Gray hire, coaching promotions

A four-time Pro Bowl cornerback for the Rams, Jerry Gray was defensive coordinator with the Bills (2001-05) and the Titans (2011-13). → Read More

Three injured after reports of shooting at Walmart on Capitol Drive in Milwaukee

Milwaukee police say three people are being treated for injuries, and they are in the early stages of the investigation. → Read More

Police investigating fatal shooting on 2800 block of North 29th Street in Milwaukee

A 37-year-old man was shot and killed in the 2800 block of North 29th Street about 5:40 p.m. Monday, Milwaukee police said in a news release. → Read More

Aaron Rodgers 'surprised' by pick of Jordan Love, admits finishing career with Packers may be out of his control

Aaron Rodgers said in a conference call Friday he was surprised by the pick of Jordan Love and realizes he may not control whether he finishes his career with the Packers. → Read More

Where are they now? Bud Keyes was last Green Bay-area QB to be drafted and he went to Packers

Bud Keyes has seen his name pop up on the Internet over the last few months regarding his odd place in NFL and Wisconsin history. → Read More

Steve Stricker tabs Davis Love III and Zach Johnson as Ryder Cup vice captains

The pair join Jim Furyk as vice captains. The quartet has a lot of Ryder Cup experience together → Read More

Green 19 Podcast: Breaking down the Green Bay Packers' 2020 draft

Green 19 Podcast: Breaking down the Green Bay Packers' 2020 draft → Read More

Packers take a pass on drafting a receiver from heralded 2020 class

Brian Gutekunst declined to draft a pass catcher despite a 2020 receivers class widely regarded as one of the strongest in decades. → Read More

Packers add depth at running back by drafting AJ Dillon in second round

Six wide receivers were taken in the first round Thursday night and seven more were taken in the first 27 picks of the second round. → Read More

Green 19 Podcast: Why the Packers took Jordan Love and what it means

Green 19 Podcast: Why the Packers took Jordan Love and what it means → Read More

Mechanics of a draft-day trade: How Packers moved up to take Jordan Love

Brian Gutekunst acknowledged feeling other teams may have been ready to leapfrog the Packers to take Jordan Love if he stood pat. → Read More

Packers draft bio: Jordan Love, quarterback, Utah State

The Packers traded up from No. 30 overall to select Aaron Rodgers' successor under center in Green Bay by taking Jordan Love. → Read More

Eight Milwaukee County golf courses will open for play starting Friday

Milwaukee County will open eight golf courses to play Friday. Whistling Straits and Blackwolf Run courses are also set to open. → Read More

Irish Fest is the latest Milwaukee ethnic festival to cancel because of coronavirus

Irish Fest joins other summer ethnic festivals in Milwaukee that have cancelled, including German Fest and Festa Italiana. → Read More

Draft-day disruptions disappointing, but Packers 'very well prepared to attack this thing'

Here's how general manager Brian Gutekunst and his Packers staff are approaching this week's unprecedented virtual NFL draft. → Read More

Packers GM Brian Gutekunst would like to 'move around' in draft

Packers GM Brian Gutekunst told reporters Monday he'd like to move around in the draft to 'get to the areas that I think are strong.' → Read More

USC's Austin Jackson brims with potential to be Bryan Bulaga successor

Last in a Packers Prospects series looking at players Green Bay could select in the Thursday-through-Saturday NFL draft. → Read More