Packers: Headlines

Jrlombardi highlights Packers headlines.

SI Game Preview: Packers at Eagles.

They last met on opening day 2007.  It was McNabb vs. Favre that day.  Now it’s Kolb-Rodgers. As on that day, the Packers QB is more experienced and the winner.  Look for Packers’ defensive coordinator Capers to throw lots of looks at Kolb in his opener as the Eagles’ quarterback, and look for some of those rushes to hit home.

Philadelphia Eagles scouting report.

Following is a scouting report of the Packers opponent this week, the Philadelphia Eagles, based on interviews with several NFL scouts.

Eagle week: Wednesday update

Notes: The first injury report of the year is out and the Packers are very healthy. Bishop (hamstring), Bulaga (hip),  Jenkins (calf), Jones (shoulder), Matthews (hamstring) were all full participants. CB Underwood (shoulder) was listed as limited but he was not on the field during the portion open to the media. LB Poppinga (knee) did not participate.

Photos: Everyone on the 53-man roster

Photos of all players on the Packers active roster.

Packers 2010 season preview: K Crosby can make history.

Packers kicker Crosby will likely become one of the fastest in NFL history to amass 500 career points.

How we see it: A playoff team, but not a champion.

How our writers see 2010 season for the Packers & the rest of the NFL.

Offense preview: Finley poised to emerge as star.

Tight end Finley appears ready to become an elite player and is a big reason why the Packers could be one of the two or three most explosive teams in the NFL this year.

Notebook: Packers take a look at kick returner, safety.

Monday, the Packers took a look at two players who were released in the final cuts on Saturday.

Defense preview: Healthy Woodson focused on winning.

Cornerback Woodson sees no reason why the Packers cant put themselves in position to make another run at a Super Bowl. Some of that will depend on his ability to repeat his 2009 performance.



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