2015 PRE-SEASON (2-2) - CLICK ON EACH GAME FOR MORE DETAILS
                                                                      OFFENSE   DEFENSE
AUGUST (1-2)                             RESULT       RECORD     ATT RUSH PASS RUSH PASS STARTING QB         LEADING RUSHER      LEADING PASSER       LEADING RECEIVER
13 at New England Patriots (0-0)        W 22-11       1- 0-0  68,756                     Aaron Rodgers       Harris (41)         Rodgers (117)        Starks (3-38)
23 at Pittsburgh Steelers (0-2)         L 19-24       1- 1-0  44,517                     Aaron Rodgers       Lacy (30)           Tolzien (102)        Rodgers (3-30)
29 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (2-0)            L 26-39       1- 2-0  74,440                     Brett Hundley       Neal/Crockett (23)  Hundley (315)        White (9-89)
SEPTEMBER (1-0)
3  NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (0-3)             W 38-10       2- 2-0  73,863                     Scott Tolzien       Crockett (42)       Hundley (236)        Crockett (4-49)
2015 REGULAR SEASON (10-6)
                                                                      OFFENSE   DEFENSE
SEPTEMBER (3-0)                          RESULT       RECORD     ATT RUSH PASS RUSH PASS STARTING QB         LEADING RUSHER      LEADING PASSER       LEADING RECEIVER
13 at Chicago Bears (0-0)               W 31-23       1- 0-0  62,442  133  189  189  213 Aaron Rodgers       Lacy (85)           Rodgers (189)        Cobb (5-38)
20 SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (0-1)               W 27-17       2- 0-0  78,433  127  234  119  205 Aaron Rodgers       Starks (95)         Rodgers (249)        Cobb (8-116)
28 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (1-1)             W 38-28       3- 0-0  78,214  123  325   75  251 Aaron Rodgers       Lacy (46)           Rodgers (333)        Jones (7-139)
OCTOBER (3-0)
4  at San Francisco 49ers (1-2)         W 17- 3       4- 0-0  70,799  162  200   77  119 Aaron Rodgers       Lacy (90)           Rodgers (224)        Three with 5
11 ST. LOUIS RAMS (2-2)                 W 24-10       5- 0-0  78,432   86  236  191  143 Aaron Rodgers       Rodgers (39)        Rodgers (241)        R.Rodgers (6-45)
​18 SAN DIEGO CHARGERS (2-3)             W 27-20       6- 0-0  78,434  133  237   60  488 Aaron Rodgers       Starks (121)        Rodgers (255)        Seven tied with 2
25 Bye Week
NOVEMBER (1-4)
1  at Denver Broncos (6-0)              L 10-29       6- 1-0  77,075   90   50  160  340 Aaron Rodgers       Lacy (38)           Rodgers (74)         Cobb (6-27)
8  at Carolina Panthers (7-0)           L 29-37       6- 2-0  74,461   71  331  130  297 Aaron Rodgers       Starks (39)         Rodgers (369)        Adams (7-93)
15 DETROIT LIONS (1-7)                  L 16-18       6- 3-0  78,256   47  325   45  242 Aaron Rodgers       Starks (42)         Rodgers (333)        Adams (10-79)
22 at Minnesota Vikings (7-2)           W 30-13       7- 3-0  52,529  124  196   94  248 Aaron Rodgers       Lacy (100)          Rodgers (212)        Jones (6-109)
26 CHICAGO BEARS (4-6)                  L 13-17       7- 4-0  78,488  177  188  101  189 Aaron Rodgers       Lacy (105)          Rodgers (202)        Cobb (6-74)
DECEMBER (3-1)
3  at Detroit Lions (4-7)               W 27-23       8- 4-0  63,207   67  246  101  205 Aaron Rodgers       Rodgers (27)        Rodgers (273)        Rodgers (8-146)
13 DALLAS COWBOYS (4-8)                 W 28- 7       9- 4-0  78,369  230  205  171   99 Aaron Rodgers       Lacy (124)          Rodgers (218)        Cobb (8-81)
20 at Oakland Raiders (6-7)             W 30-20      10- 4-0  55,087  103  190  120  252 Aaron Rodgers       Starks (51)         Rodgers (204)        Jones (6-82)
27 at Arizona Cardinals (12-2)          L  8-38      10- 5-0  64,878  101   77  121  260 Aaron Rodgers       Lacy (60)           Rodgers (151)        Jones (5-46)
JANUARY 2016 (0-1)
3  MINNESOTA VIKINGS (10-5)             L 13-20      10- 6-0  78,412   76  274  151   91 Aaron Rodgers       Lacy (34)           Rodgers (291)        R.Rodgers (7-59)
2015 PLAYOFFS (1-0)
JANUARY 2016
10 at Washington Redskins (9-7)         W 35-18                                          Aaron Rodgers       Lacy (63)           Rodgers (210)        Jones (6-109)
16 at Arizona Cardinals (12-4)
2015 PACKERS DRAFT (Bold - Active Roster)
RND-PCK NAME                POS COLLEGE       NOTES
1    30 Damarious Randall     S Arizona State
2    62 Quinten Rollins      CB Miami (OH)
3    94 Ty Montgomery        WR Stanford
4   129 Jake Ryan            LB Michigan
5   147 Brett Hundley        QB UCLA            A
5   166 Traded to New England                   A
6   206 Aaron Ripowski       FB Oklahoma
6   210 Christian Ringo      DE LA-Lafayette    B
6   213 Kennard Backman      TE UAB             B
7   247 Traded to New England                   A
A-Traded 2015 5th-round (166th-LS Joe Cardona) and 2015 7th-round (247th-CB Darryl Roberts) to New England for 2015 5th-round (147th-QB Brett Hundley) (5-2-15) B-Compensatory Pick
FREE AGENCY - EXCLUSIVE-RIGHTS FREE AGENTS  - None
FREE AGENCY - RESTRICTED FREE AGENTS - None
FREE AGENCY - UNRESTRICTED FREE AGENTS
PLAYERS SIGNED - None
PLAYERS RE-SIGNED - 
PLAYERS LOST - CB Davon House (Jacksonville), LB Jamari Lattimore (N.Y. Jets), CB Tramon Williams (Cleveland)
PLAYERS NOT SIGNED - 
FRANCHISE PLAYER DESIGNATION - None
2015 PACKERS PRACTICE SQUAD (Team can have up to eight players on squad)
NAME              POS COLLEGE           HOW ORIGINALLY ACQUIRED     RELEASED/ACTIVE
Jared Abbrederis   WR Wisconsin         2014 Draft - 5th round      10-13-15
Blake Annen        TE Cincinnati        9-15-15 FA (Saints)         10-16-15 (Release)
Carl Bradford      LB Arizona State     2014 Draft - 4th round
John Crockett      RB North Dakota St   5-8-15 FA                   12-3-15
Eric Crume         DT Syracuse          11-10-15 FA (Jaguars)       11-17-15 (Release)
Daniel Robertson   CB Brigham Young     9-7-15 FA (Raiders)
Bruce Gaston       DT Purdue            12-8-14 FA (Cardinals)      10-17-15 (Bears)
Justin Hamilton    DT LA-Lafayette      10-26-15 FA (Bills)         11-10-15 (Release)
Mitchell Henry     TE Western Kentucky  5-8-15 FA                   
B.J. McBryde       DE Connecticut       11-17-FA (Eagles)
Justin Perillo (2) TE Maine             5-11-14 FA                  10-14-15
Christian Ringo    DT LA-Lafayette      2015 Draft - 6th round
Matt Rotheram       G Pittsburgh        5-8-15 FA
Ross Scheuerman    RB Lafayette         12-8-15 FA (Steelers)       1-21-16 (Eagles)
Kyle Sebetic       DB Dayton            3-25-15 FA (Giants)         12-18-15 (Release)
James Vaughters    LB Stanford          5-8-15 FA                   10-3-15 (Release)
Jeremy Vujnovich-2  T Louisiana College 1-7-14 FA
Ed Williams        WR Fort Hays State   8-3-15 FA
(2) - Second year on practice squad BOLD - Activated during season
The 2015 Green Bay Packers - 10-6 (2nd - NFC North)
Head Coach: Mike McCarthy
NAME             NO  POS  HGT WGT COLLEGE           YR PR  A  G HOW ACQUIRED
Jared Abbrederis 84   WR 6- 1 195 Wisconsin          1  1 25 10 2014 Draft - 5th round
​Davante Adams    17   WR 6- 1 215 Fresno State       2  2 23 13 2014 Draft - 2nd round
Kennard Backman  86   TE 6- 3 258 Ala-Birmingham     1  1 22  7 2015 Draft - 6th round
David Bakhtiati  69   OT 6- 4 310 Colorado           3  3 24 14 2013 draft - 3rd round
Chris Banjo      32   DB 5-10 207 SMU                3  3 25 16 7-29-13 FA (Jaguars)
Don Barclay      67   OT 6- 4 305 West Virginia      3  3 26 16 4-29-12 FA
Sam Barrington   58   LB 6- 1 246 South Florida      3  3 25  1 2013 draft - 7th round
Josh Boyd        93   DE 6- 3 310 Mississippi State  3  3 25  2 2013 draft - 5th round
Byran Bulaga     75   OT 6- 5 314 Iowa               5  5 26 12 2010 draft - 1st round
Morgan Burnett   42    S 6- 1 210 Georgia Tech       6  6 26 11 2010 draft - 3rd round
Ha Ha Clinton Dix21    S 6- 1 211 Alabama            2  2 23 16 2014 draft - 1st round
Randall Cobb     18   WR 5-10 192 Kentucky           5  5 25 16 2011 Draft - 2nd round
John Crockett    38   RB 6- 0 215 North Dakota State 1  1 23  2 5-8-15 FA
Mason Crosby      2    K 6- 1 207 Colorado           9  9 31 16 2007 Draft - 6th round
Mike Daniels     76   DT 6- 0 310 Iowa               4  4 26 16 2012 Draft - 4th round
Jayrone Elliott  91   LB 6- 3 240 Toledo             2  2 24 14 5-11-14 FA
Bruce Gatson     99   DT 6- 2 308 Purdue             1  2 24  2 12-8-14 FA (Cardinals)
Brett Goode      61   LS 6- 1 255 Arkansas           8  8 31 14 9-1-08 FA (Jaguars)
Demetri Goodson  39   DB 5-11 197 Baylor             2  2 26 14 2014 draft - 6th round
Letroy Guion     98   NT 6- 4 295 Florida State      2  8 28 13 3-17-14 FA (Vikings)
Ladarius Gunter  36   DB 6- 2 200 Miami (Fl)         1  1 23  8 5-8-15 (FA)
Alonzo Harris    46   RB 6- 1 237 Louisiana          1  1 23  6 5-8-15 (FA)
Casey Heyward    29   CB 5-11 192 Vanderbilt         4  4 26 16 2012 Draft - 2nd round
Micah Hyde       33   DB 6- 0 197 Iowa               3  3 25 15 2013 Draft - 5th round
​Jeff Janis       83   WR 6- 3 219 Saginaw Valley St  2  2 24 16 2014 draft - 7th round
Datone Jones     95   DE 6- 4 285 UCLA               3  3 25 15 2013 Draft - 1st round
James Jones      89   WR 6- 1 208 San Jose State     8  9 31 16 9-7-15 FA (Giants)
John Kuhn        30   FB 6- 0 250 Shippensburg       9 10 33 16 9-2-07 FA (Steelers)
Eddie Lacy       27   RB 5-11 250 Alabama            3  3 25 15 2013 Draft - 2nd round
T.J. Lang        70   OL 6- 4 315 Eastern Michigan   7  7 28 15 2009 Draft - 4th round
Corey Linsley    63    C 6- 3 301 Ohio State         2  2 24 13 2014 draft - 5th round
Rick Lovato      59   LS 6- 2 249 Old Dominion       1  1 23  2 12-22-15 FA (Bears)
Tim Masthay       8    P 6- 2 198 Kentucky           6  6 28 16 1-14-10 FA (Colts)
Clay Matthews    52   LB 6- 3 255 USC                7  7 29 16 2009 Draft - 1st round
Ty Montgomery    88   WR 6- 0 216 Stanford           1  1 22  6 2015 Draft - 3rd round
​Andy Mulumba     55   LB 6- 3 260 Eastern Michigan   3  3 25  6 5-10-13 FA​
Mike Neal        96   DT 6- 3 262 Purdue             6  6 28 16 2010 Draft - 2nd round
Nate Palmer      51   LB 6- 2 248 Illinois State     2  2 26 16 2013 Draft - 6th round
Mike Pennel      64   DT 6- 4 330 Arizona State      2  2 24 16 5-11-14 FA
Julius Peppers   56   LB 6- 7 295 North Carolina     2 14 35 16 3-15-14 FA (Bears)
Justin Perillo   80   TE 6- 4 250 Maine              2  2 24  9 5-11-14 FA
Nick Perry       53   LB 6- 3 265 USC                4  4 25 14 2012 draft - 1st round
Andrew Quarless  81   TE 6- 4 248 Penn State         6  6 27  5 2010 Draft - 5th round
B.J. Raji        90   NT 6- 2 334 Boston College     7  7 29 15 2009 Draft - 1st round
Damarious Randall23   CB 5-11 196 Arizona State      1  1 23 15 2015 Draft - 1st round
Sean Richardson  28   DB 6- 3 213 Vanderbilt         4  4 25  3 4-29-12 FA
Aaron Ripowski   22   FB 6- 1 246 Oklahoma           1  1 23 15 2015 Draft - 6th round
Aaron Rodgers    12   QB 6- 2 225 California        11 11 32 16 2005 Draft - 1st round
Richard Rodgers  89   TE 6- 4 257 California         2  2 23 16 2014 Draft - 3rd round
Quinten Rollins  24   DB 5-11 195 Miami (Oh)         1  1 23 14 2015 Draft - 2nd round
Jake Ryan        47   LB 6- 2 240 Michigan           1  1 23 14 2015 Draft - 4th round
Sam Shields      37   CB 5-11 178 Miami (Fla.)       6  6 28 12 4-30-10 FA
Josh Sitton      71   OT 6- 3 318 Central Florida    8  8 29 16 2008 Draft - 4th round
James Starks     44   RB 6- 1 203 Buffalo            6  6 29 16 2010 Draft - 6th round
Lane Taylor      65    G 6- 3 324 Oklahoma State     2  2 25  4 5-10-13 FA
Joe Thomas       48   LB 6- 1 232 South Carolina St  1  1 24 14 9-21-15 FA (Cowboys)
Scott Tolzien    16   QB 6- 3 205 Wisconsin          3  5 28  3 9-2-13 FA (49ers)
J.C. Tretter     73    T 6- 4 307 Cornell            2  2 24 16 2013 Draft - 4th round
Josh Walker      79    G 6- 5 330 Middle Tenn State  1  1 24 13 9-23-14 FA (Colts)
NOTE: Player must appear in game to be considered on the roster NO - Jersey Number POS - Position HGT - Height WGT - Weight YR - Years with Packers PR - Years of Professional Football AGE - Age on December 31 G - Games Played FA - Free Agent
Aaron Rodgers: Titletown MVP
Aaron Rodgers is the best quarterback in the NFL, one of the faces of the league and already a Packers legend, but his journey to the top was far from easy. Rodgers has gone on to win a Super Bowl and Super Bowl MVP award, has twice been voted NFL MVP and has placed himself directly on the path to the Hall of Fame. Including dozens of full-color photographs, fans are provided a glimpse into Rodgers’ life. Written by heralded Packers scribe Rob Reischel, this keepsake is sure to inspire and entertain Packers and football fans alike. To purchase the book on Amazon, click here.
Green & Gold Memories: Growing up in Vince Lombardi's Green Bay
Relive the glory years of Vince Lombardi's Green Bay Packers with the nostalgic new memoir, Green & Gold Memories. Author Roger Dier seamlessly blends poignant childhood memories growing up in Green Bay, Wisconsin, with the breathless excitement of everyone's favorite hometown team. A portrayal of Green Bay in the 1960s, Dier’s memoir tackles everything from family dynamics and school shenanigans to his days playing youth sports and building lifelong friendships with the Lemerond brothers. But Green & Gold Memories orbits around the powerful gravity of Vince Lombardi’s football teams and the community-wide impact that the Green Bay Packers had under Lombardi's now legendary reign during the 1960s. Eventually leading his team to five National Football League titles, two Super Bowl wins, and the famous 1967 NFL Championship nicknamed "The Ice Bowl," Lombardi didn't just unite a team—he brought together a community. Dier reveals never-before-told stories about the beloved coach through extensive interviews with those in the know, including the late Palmiro (Paul) Mazzoleni and Chuck Mercein—a player who fans might remember as the "Hero of the Ice Bowl." Whether you're a diehard football fan or couldn't tell a quarterback from a running back, Green & Gold Memories is sure to warm your heart—and ignite the sports fan within. To order the book on Amazon, click here.