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Packers: Big guys, big expectations

The line, delivered amid the clanking of cutlery and cacophony of 15 other coaches' chit-chat, nearly snuck past undetected. After all, half of what Mike McCarthy was saying during last week's NFC coaches breakfast at the annual NFL Meetings he'd said repeatedly throughout last season.

Packers: Casey at the bat

Casey Hayward was happy to be healthy last season. He wasn't all that thrilled with how little playing time he received.

Cost of continuity: Bulaga gets $10 million in 2015

For the Green Bay Packers, keeping their offensive line intact for at least another two seasons was worth giving $6.75 million per year and an $8 million guaranteed signing bonus to veteran right tackle Bryan Bulaga.

Packers: Money for nothing

Both Bryan Bulaga and Randall Cobb could have gone elsewhere for more money, but both players decided to stay in Green Bay instead.

Bringing back "Blue:" Packers re-signing Bulaga

Maybe T.J. Lang's social media campaign – official hashtag: #BringBlueBack – helped. More likely, it was the Green Bay Packers' winning ways and Bryan Bulaga's close friendships – including with his BFF, Lang – that made the difference.

Packers to lose House to Jaguars

If the Jacksonville Jaguars are getting a healthy Davon House, then they just might be getting a shutdown cornerback in the making.

Louisiana native Williams visits Saints

The Green Bay Packers got what's commonly referred to as hometown discounts on wide receiver Randall Cobb and right tackle Bryan Bulaga, but the Packers may not be so lucky with veteran cornerback Tramon Williams

Cobb: "Back to the Frozen Tundra!"

Less than 72 hours before he would have hit the open market – where his price tag could have escalated quickly and the odds of his return would have diminished – unrestricted free-agent wide receiver Randall Cobb agreed to a deal with the Green Bay Packers.