2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
1-1-1, 2nd in NFC North

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers are preparing to start Byron Bell at right guard Sunday against the Bills, a source said. Justin McCray's shoulder injury is not believed to be a long-term issue but no word on the exact prognosis.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Bashaud Breeland could be a huge value signing for the Packers. He was an $8 million-a-year corner on the free-agent market in March. He played in 60 of a possible 64 games for the Redskins, including 58 starts with eight interceptions, from 2014-17.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Busy day in the Packers secondary: Bashaud Breeland signs and Davon House (shoulder) goes to IR.

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Source: Packers turn to Breeland with House out

Packers cornerback Davon House will have shoulder surgery that will end his season, a source said. To help fill his void, the team has agreed to terms with Bashaud Breeland.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers have handful of defensive players in for visits today including cornerbacks Bashaud Breeland and David Amerson, according to sources. Should know by the end of the day if there's going to be any signings.

1d

Jason Wilde, Packers Reporter

Jason joins Homer and Gabe to answer all of their questions surrounding the Packers, including the Aaron Rodgers injury, the workload of Aaron Jones, and more.

1d

Mark Tauscher, Wilde and Tausch

Packers Hall-of-Famer Mark Tauscher, host of Wilde and Tausch on ESPN Wisconsin, joins Homer and Gabe to give his takeaways from Green Bay's 31-17 loss.

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Mark Chmura, Green Bay Packers

Packers Hall-of-Famer Mark Chmura, host of The Football Show on ESPN Wisconsin, joins Homer and Gabe to share his thoughts from the Packers' loss in Washington.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

It's a season-ending injury for Muhammad Wilkerson, a source said.

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Source: Packers DE Wilkerson out for season

Muhammad Wilkerson will miss the rest of the season with an ankle injury, a source told ESPN's Rob Demovsky. Packers coach Mike McCarthy said Monday the DE had to have a procedure so he can travel back from Washington.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers DT Muhammad Wilkerson stayed behind in the DC area last night following his horrific looking ankle injury but will return to Green Bay today. Wilkerson was carted off and taken to an area hospital after teammate Kentrell Brice rolled into his left leg.

Ryan: Refs should blow whistle sooner to avoid roughing call (1:17)

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers had three dropped passes – two by Randall Cobb and one by Lance Kendricks – all on third or fourth down and all thrown at or beyond the first-down marker. It's only the second time in the last 10 years they've had that many drops on third/fourth down at or beyond the sticks, according to ESPN Stats & Information. Here's the snap count breakdown on offense from Sunday's 31-17 loss at Washington.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers not only allowed a big play over the top for the second straight week – a 46-yard touchdown catch by Paul Richardson Jr. – but their tackling was shoddy, allowing Adrian Peterson to pick up 72 of his 120 yards rushing after contact, according to ESPN Stats & Information. Here's the snap count breakdown on defense from Sunday's 31-17 loss at Washington.

Golic agrees with penalty on Matthews, still hates rule (1:53)
SVP: Matthews' roughing the passer call is 'absurd' (1:12)

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Tough day for Randall Cobb -- who had two drops, a lost fumble and just four catches for 23 yards -- after what had been two solid weeks. He didn't hide from it. "I didn't give us an opportunity to win," Cobb said. "A third-down drop on the first drive, the fourth-down drop, a fumble, I played terrible and I didn't give us an opportunity to win." He wouldn't blame the rainy weather, either. "No, that has nothing to do with it," he said. "We've played in these conditions before. It's on me."

2d

Jason Wilde joins Pack Attack

Packers reporter Jason Wilde joins Homer on Pack Attack to discuss Mike Pettine's defense, the Rodgers rule, and the potential impact of Aaron Jones.

2d

Tom Crabtree joins Pack Attack

Former Packers tight end Tom Crabtree joins Pack Attack to discuss the Packers 31-17 loss to the Redskins, as well how Aaron Jones can affect games going forward.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

From the pool report, referee Craig Wrolstad on Clay Matthews' penalty: "I had judged that the defender landed on the quarterback when he was tackling him with most or all of his body weight and that's not allowed. If you do that, it's roughing the passer. So that was basically my key, that he landed on him with most or all of his body weight and that was my ruling, roughing the passer. "But if you've got a shoulder into him and then landed on him with most of his body weight off him or released him when he went down, then he would have been OK. But in my judgement, I ruled that he landed on him with most or all of his body weight there."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Aaron Rodgers said the referee told him he "couldn't see through the 14 guys" when Redskins rookie Daron Payne hit him. "I'm not asking for a call here but I wondering if he felt like he slammed me on my hand," Rodgers said he asked referee Craig Wrolstad.

Team Stats

Passing Yards264.714th
Rushing Yards89.024th
Points For23.3Tied-14th
Points Against27.723rd

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