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  1. Ted Thompson named advisor to Packers football ops
    On a New Year's Day full of coaching changes but short on surprises, the Packers have now provided the biggest bombshell. Ted Thompson is expected to transition into a new role in the organization.
  2. Dom Capers out as Packers defensive coordinator
    Green Bay is looking for a new coach to lead its defense. The Packers have fired defensive coordinator Dom Capers, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.
  3. Who's safe? Who's out? NFC coaches on hot seat
    Will the Giants poach Jim Schwartz from their NFC East rivals? Are Bruce Arians and Pete Carroll ready to retire? Ian Rapoport takes a look at potential coaching changes in the NFC.
  4. Davante Adams signs 4-year, $58M Packers extension
    Davante Adams is going to be staying in Green Bay for awhile. The Packers are signing the wideout to a four-year extension worth $58 million, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported, per a source.
  5. Aaron Rodgers to play Week 16 for Packers? 'We'll see'
    Aaron Rodgers' comeback could be close to shutting down. After the tough, physical game the Green Bay Packers quarterback had on Sunday, it remains to be seen if Rodgers will play on Saturday.
  6. Davante Adams on Davis' hit: No room for that stuff
    Packers players were not thrilled with Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis' blindside hit on wide receiver Davante Adams after an Aaron Rodgers interception.
  7. Aaron Rodgers' collarbone still not completely healed
    A variety of experts weighed in -- medical people, Packers personnel, his agents, and Aaron Rodgers himself -- to inform the decision that led to the return of one of the best QBs in the NFL.
  8. Green Bay Packers add Aaron Rodgers to active roster
    The Green Bay Packers added Aaron Rodgers to the active roster Saturday, officially paving the way for the All-Pro to start Sunday against the Carolina Panthers.
  9. Rivera: Panthers expect Aaron Rodgers 'on his game'
    Few are surprised Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers returned at the earliest possible date after undergoing collarbone surgery. Least shocked might be the Packers' Sunday opponent, the Carolina Panthers.
  10. Aaron Rodgers: 'I'm not coming back to save' Packers
    Aaron Rodgers met with media members Wednesday, hitting on all topics from helping the Packers finish 3-0 to how healthy his collarbone is to how his style of play will change because of the injury.
  11. Aaron Rodgers cleared to return, to start vs. Panthers
    Aaron Rodgers has been medically cleared to return from his broken collarbone injury, he announced Tuesday night. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported he'll start Sunday.
  12. Packers, Aaron Rodgers at crossroads with key decision
    A day after Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers underwent the all-important first CT scan to determine how his fractured collarbone is healing, there is still no word on his status.
  13. Packers' offense stuck in first gear, but not because of blocking
    Until Aaron Rodgers returns, the Packers aren't all that threatening -- but that isn't the fault of their offensive line. Nick Shook looks at how the unit improved from Weeks 12 to 13, and the road ahead.
  14. Packers giddy about possible Aaron Rodgers return
    Injured Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is making strides in his return from a collarbone injury and will take some scout-team reps ahead of Sunday's tilt versus the Browns.
  15. Ty Montgomery to undergo wrist surgery, placed on IR
    Ty Montgomery's season has come to an end. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported the Green Bay Packers placed the running back on injured reserve because of a wrist injury.