Jason joins Homer and Gabe to discuss Packers GM Ted Thompson and if they would renew his contract if it ended today.
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Jason Wilde joins Tony and Greg with some revisionist history, looking back at how the Packers should have, could have, traded for Randy Moss and Tony Gonzalez.
Wilde and Demovsky discuss their top-3 favorite plays from the Packers since their time on the beat. Fans tweet their all-time favorites as well.
Brett Favre tweeted his condolences to the family of Bill Snyder, whose sons' wish was for the ex-Packers QB to know that he was their father's idol.
Jason joins Homer and Gabe to discuss a few different Packer offseason notes and predictions as well as a couple of non-sports conspiracy theories.
With free agency less than three weeks away, it's a good time to take a look at whom the Packers have returning and what they might need to add.
If you had to rank who you want back with the Packers next season, who would you pick first? Wilde asks fans to list their top three. Not an easy task.
After conspiracy talk with Homer and Greg Scalzo, Jason Wilde discusses which Packers FAs he expects to return next year, as well as Tom Brady's influence on Aaron Rodgers.
The five-year veteran would provide the kind of mature presence that Green Bay badly needs in the secondary.
Jason joins Homer and Gabe to make a few predictions as to whether or not certain free agents will be back with the Packers next season.
Homer and Wilde question whether Clay Matthews will be back to his normal self in 2017 or continue to decline as a player for the Packers?
Many Packers fans have likely never heard of "Nate" and "Flea," but the two athletic trainers were instrumental in Jordy Nelson's remarkable season.
Packers reporter Jason Wilde joins Homer and Gabe to discuss the importance of the Packers addressing the pass rush this offseason.
Fox 6 Sports Reporter Tim Van Vooren joins Homer and Gabe to discuss the biggest story lines of the Packers' offseason.
That $18 million cap hit has some of our Insiders thinking Peterson's time with the Vikings could come to an end. Might the Giants, Packers or Lions make a run at him?
Even coming off an injury-plagued season, Clay Matthews is the linebacker the Packers must build around. And there is some building to be done.
Although he admits he's fantasized about blocking for Packers QB Aaron Rodgers, Joe Thomas insists he's in it for the long haul with the Browns.
Whether it's a blowout (vs. Atlanta) or a gut-wrenching meltdown (vs. Seattle), a loss in the NFC Championship Game is all the same to Jordy Nelson.
Packers reporter Jason Wilde joins Bryan Dee and Gabe Neitzel to discuss why the Packers can do better than Adrian Peterson.
Julian Edelman was prepared to sign as an undrafted free agent with the Packers had the Patriots not taken him in the seventh round in 2009.
Stanford running back Christian McCaffrey remains the choice for Mel Kiper to the Packers; Green Bay hasn't taken an RB in the first round since 1990.
Adrian Peterson in green and gold? It may seem unlikely, but maybe it's time for a Viking to go to the Packers instead of the other way around.
As impressive as Jordy Nelson's 2016 season was, there were times during the year when he said he was ready to call it quits altogether.
A number of teams could find room for running back Adrian Peterson if he can't work out a deal to stay in Minnesota. Could he land with a contender?
Jay Cutler and Adrian Peterson could be on the move, while the Lions should be looking to extend Ezekiel Ansah. Here are five immediate offseason moves to improve every NFC North team.