Update: ESPN is reporting the Packers agreed to guarantee Ryan Grant's 2011 base salary when they reworked his contract earlier in camp. His cost moved from $3.5 million to $2.5 million.
Update: Green Bay Packers running back Ryan Grant took the first snap at running back as the Packers opened training camp on Saturday. Grant has been medically cleared and is already participating in full team drills after missing 15 games last season with a serious ankle injury. "I thought Ryan looked very well," observed coach Mike McCarthy. "He had a couple of runs that came out of there. He looked like his old self."
Update: The Green Bay Packers have agreed to terms with WR James Jones on a three-year contract. Jones, 27, posted career bests in catches (50), yards (679), and touchdowns (5) last season.
Update: ESPN is reporting that the players will reportedly receive 48 percent of "all revenue" under the framework of the labor deal currently being discussed. NFLPA chief DeMaurice Smith insists the players only saw 53 percent of the revenues under the previous agreement, though 60 percent is the number most commonly cited.
Update: ESPN's Adam Schefter reports on Twitter that all players with at least four years of service time will be unrestricted free agents under the labor agreement currently being discussed. This would impact in excess of 500 current players and would potentially lead to a free agent frenzy once a deal is reached.
Update: Washington QB Jake Locker shot down speculation on Tuesday's ProFootballTalk Live that he would turn to baseball's Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in the event of a lockout. Locker had a nice combine, and certainly doesn't want to do anything to mess up the hype that now surrounds him.
Update: Green Bay Packers wideout Donald Driver confirmed Thursday that he has no intention of retiring any time soon. "I don't know why people have said I was going to retire," Driver said. "My goal has always been that I was going to play until I'm 40 ... I feel good. I feel like I haven't lost anything." Driver should lose out on touches next year to Jordy Nelson.
Update: The USA Today is reporting that Packers President Mark Murphy indicated that the team would welcome Brett Favre back into a role with the franchise to restore relations between the two sides. "At the appropriate time, we'll reach out to him," Murphy said. "And I envision he'll come back into the fold."
Update: Green Bay Packers defensive line coach Mike Trgovac indicated that he will not leave the team for the opportunity for a coordinator job. "I will do that again," Trgovac said of running his own defense. "It's just not the right time."
Fantasy Impact: This means both the Eagles and Cardinals can begin looking elsewhere. The Eagles are already thought to be targeting Packers safeties coach Darren Perry.
Update: Packers tackle B.J. Raji appears to be fine after getting kneed in the head during Saturday's game, tweeted ESPN's Jason Wilde.
Fantasy Impact: Raji will be a key to next week's Conference Championship game as either the Bears or Seahawks figure to try and run on the Packers.