2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
6-9-1, 3rd in NFC North

Jason Wilde, Packers Reporter

Which young players might jump out at Packers training camp? Packers reporter Jason Wilde discusses on TBD with Bryan Dee and Tony Smith.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers rookies report for training camp today, two days before the rest of the squad. This is a change from recent years, when the entire team reported at the same time. Just one of many changes with new coach Matt LaFleur, who will hold his first pre-camp press conference on Wednesday.


Jason Wilde, Packers Reporter

Packers reporter Jason Wilde joins Bryan Dee and Tony Smith on TBD to discuss expectations for the Packers' offense and why Aaron Rodgers likes Billy Turner so much.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

With training camp less than a week away, the Packers are back at the 90-man roster limit after signing rookie WR Malik Taylor (6-3, 220) of Ferris State University. He was originally signed as an undrafted free agent by the Buccaneers.

Orlovsky: This season will be Rodgers' greatest challenge (1:48)

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Today marks 50 days until the start of the NFL season when the Packers play the Bears at Soldier Field in Chicago. It's the first Thursday (or Wednesday) opener without the defending Super Bowl champs since 2003. Packers veteran players report to training camp a week from today with the first practice set for the following day at 10:15 a.m. CT.


David Bakhtiari joins Wilde and Tausch

Packers All-Pro OL David Bakhtiari joins the show to discuss beer chugging, competitive eating, and if he will get to catch a touchdown in the Packers new offense.

LaFleur's coaching style, Trubisky's evolution among NFC North storylines (1:38)

Randall Cobb joins Wilde & Tausch

Former Packers and current Cowboys wide receiver Randall Cobb joins the show and talks about his departure from Green Bay and transitioning to his new team.


My Wife Left Me But The Pack Is Back

Mina and Adam Schefter take a closer look at the NFC North and discuss the offseason changes made by the Packers (4:44), Lions (17:01), Bears (41:47), and Vikings (49:14). Plus, Mina asks Adam who would play him in a movie and why his news breaking tweets don't have a name like Adrian Wojnarowski's do?

How will LaFleur work with Rodgers in Green Bay? (1:23)

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers will practice 20 times (including Family Night and joint sessions with the Texans) in training camp this year. That's five more than last year. While they'll close to the public earlier (Aug. 19 instead of Aug. 27 like last year), there are still more open to the public (16) this year.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards264.99th
Rushing Yards104.222nd
Points For23.5Tied-14th
Points Against25.022nd