Wisconsin Teams

McGrady: 'No way in hell' Giannis turns down supermax (1:12)

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Andy Reid said Patrick Mahomes will do some work on the practice field today. What does that mean for Sunday night against the Packers? "I don't know, I'm going to just see," Reid said on a conference call with the Packers media. "I've got a bunch of guys who are just kind of coming back off of things, and so I'm going to see how they all do and then I'll be able to get a little better feel on things. But he's going to do a few things out there, and we'll see how he does."

Windhorst: Good luck beating the Clippers in a 7 game series (1:49)

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

For the umpteenth time, Matt LaFleur was asked about his relationship with Aaron Rodgers. But it's just as appropriate now — after they were seen yucking it up Sunday — as when they had more difficult conversations earlier this year. "Any relationship, it takes time to make sure that the communication is on point," LaFleur said. "I like where we're at right now, but we've got to continue to work each and every day just like any other relationship."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

How did Jimmy Graham bounce back last week? Coach Matt LaFleur said: "He's hard on himself... I love his approach. He's well-respected in the locker room, and he's got a good vibe about him." Graham caught four passes for 65 yards and a touchdown on Sunday after a couple of rough weeks.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The value in the Packers winning without Davante Adams is not only the victories but the experience other receivers have gained when they otherwise might not have played. He mentioned Allen Lazard, specifically. "I think it's definitely going to benefit us," LaFleur said. Still no word if Adams can return this week.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers used their full array of available skill players and one result was multiple touchdown catches by running backs (Aaron Jones and Jamaal Williams) in a game for first time since Week 10, 2004 vs Vikings (Tony Fisher and William Henderson). Here are the offensive snap counts from the win over the Raiders.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers did not have a sack or a QB hit against the Raiders, but Blake Martinez made 16 tackles and was credited with forcing Derek Carr's goal-line fumble. Here are the defensive snap counts from Sunday:

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Not to be lost in Aaron Rodgers' near-perfect game was the play Blake Martinez made to shove Derek Carr on his fumble trying to get to the pylon. Said Rodgers: "The play that was most important was Blake's hustle." Martinez said: "I knew it was a touchback right away."