Green Bay's defense has had eventful start to the season, and a major challenge awaits with Kyle Shanahan's 49ers offense on Sunday.
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Our NFL team reporters have you covered with big-name injury updates entering Week 3.
Green Bay Packers offensive lineman Elgton Jenkins has been ruled out for Sunday's game vs. the San Francisco 49ers, delivering another hit to Aaron Rodgers' blind side.
We asked people around the NFL which players' games deserve more respect. After a hot start, it's no surprise that Derek Carr led our list. Who else made the top 10?
Should the Bears still with Justin Fields even if Andy Dalton is healthy? Aaron Rodgers criticized the media for not knowing what he deals with behind the scenes. Was it fair, and who was he talking about? Plus, the guys get you ready for Thursday Night Football, and play Take Your Pick for some of this weekends' matchups.
LaFleur called 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan a "great friend," and said he understood San Francisco's interest in Rodgers.
New Orleans QB confident after career-low passer rating in Week 2 against Panthers
Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer
Packers injury list getting longer but Elgton Jenkins was the only DNP.
The Europeans did their best to get the pro-United States crowd on their side with some green, yellow, white and, of course, cheese at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin.
Graziano and Fowler's Week 3 buzz, upset picks, fantasy sleepers: The NFL's most impressive players so far
Which players have impressed so far -- and who is under pressure over the next few weeks? Our insiders weigh in, along with upset picks and sneaky fantasy starts for Week 3.
The Raiders' defense looks vastly improved. Teddy Bridgewater is a perfect fit in Denver. And Brandon Aiyuk has only one catch for the 49ers.
Say what? While one quarterback was focused on securing a beer endorsement, another was more concerned with taking shots downfield. Here is what was said in Week 2.
Keyshawn explains why Aaron Rodgers needs to stop being sensitive to media narratives. What is going to happen with Ben Simmons and the Sixers? Jay explains what the fallout could be. Domonique Foxworth joins the guys to talk about why Big Ben is done, and play Real or Not Real on which 2-0 teams will make the playoffs.
Packers TE Jace Sternberger was released after he completed his two-game suspension for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy.
After losing a necklace containing his late father's ashes during Monday's game, Packers RB Aaron Jones confirmed it had been found in the end zone. "If there was any place to lose it, that's where my dad would've wanted me to lose it," Jones said.
Deebo Samuel is among the top point-getters at receiver, Sam Darnold looks improved and Devin Singletary has stepped it up a notch.
After a humbling season-opening loss, the Packers rebounded with a 35-17 win over the Lions on Monday night, avoiding their first 0-2 start since 2006 and prompting Aaron Rodgers to remark on the "overreactions" that happen on a week-to-week basis.
The Packers brought Jones back on a four-year, $48 million deal -- the largest contract for a running back in franchise history.
Another Monday night, another dose of Manning bros brilliance. From "Red Zone Robby G" to the time Peyton helped Pat McAfee win big at the casino, here are some of the highlights from Peyton and Eli Manning's Week 2 broadcast.
— While celebrating one of his four touchdowns, Aaron Jones lost a necklace he wears with a little black football containing some of the ashes of his late father.
Things took an interesting turn when a TikTok designer decided to revamp and "simplify" the Detroit Lions' logo, resulting in new merchandise players were so unsure about.
Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer
Packers G Lucas Patrick has cleared the concussion protocol and is active. So is S Darnell Savage. Here are the inactives: TE Josiah Deguara, LB La'Darius Hamilton, OL Jake Hanson, DL Jack Heflin, CB Shemar Jean-Charles, S Vernon Scott.
|2(30)||Josh Myers||C||Ohio State|
|4(37)||Royce Newman||OG||Ole Miss|
|5(34)||Shemar Jean-Charles||CB||Appalachian State|
|6(30)||Cole Van Lanen||OT||Wisconsin|
|6(36)||Isaiah McDuffie||ILB||Boston College|
|7(29)||Kylin Hill||RB||Mississippi State|