The NFL announced that the Green Bay Packers vs. Carolina Panthers game in Week 15 at Lambeau Field will be played at 7:15 p.m. CST on Saturday, December 19, 2020. The game will air nationally on the NFL Network and also on WLUK-TV in Green Bay and WITI-TV in Milwaukee. The game is also available on the Packers Radio Network that is made up of 50 stations in four states.
'Packers Fan Favorite Contest' winner chosen
Allen Heaton of Birmingham, Alabama, will have his photo displayed at Lambeau Field for a regular-season Packers game
Packers to present Burgess, Daniels, Rourke and Voss for election to board
Chernick, McCarren and Torkelson to take on emeritus status at Annual Meeting, set for Monday, July 25
Jerry Gray, Richmond Williams to participate in inaugural NFL Coach and Front Office Accelerator program
Both will be in attendance on May 23-24 at the Spring League Meeting in Atlanta
Packers announce 2022 NFL schedule
The Green Bay Packers' 2022 NFL schedule will feature 17 regular-season games and three preseason games.
Packers announce Bill Walsh Diversity Coaching Fellowship participants
12 new coaches will join the staff over the next two months
Green Bay Packers Foundation seeking grant applicants
Applications to be accepted from projects focusing on animal welfare, civic/community, environmental, health/wellness including drug/alcohol and domestic violence causes
Packers to host area's first NFL FLAG Regional Tournament in June
Weekend-long event to welcome youth flag teams from several states to Lambeau Field and Titletown
Packers, Bellin Health Back to Football events kick off Training Camp
Bellin 5K Run and Polaris 1K Kids Run at Lambeau Field among highlights
Free Jason Derulo concert to highlight Titletown's Summer Fun Days Showcase on June 4
Event will kick off summer with free outdoor activities and live entertainment
Packers 'First Downs for Trees' recognizes 12th year
Program's total of 6,389 trees will provide $30.8 million in lifetime benefits
Packers agree to terms with rookie free agents
The Green Bay Packers agreed to terms with 14 rookie free agents.