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Your Voices Are Heard Loud and Clear Packers Fans

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If there is one thing that I understand fairly well, it is Green Bay Packers fans.

Being one myself, it is easy to feel what you feel, say what you say, and think what you think with regards to the team we pour our hearts and souls into. Day after day, week after week, year after year, the green and gold pumps through our veins. It is who we are.

When the Packers win, we celebrate in unison. When they lose, we collectively slam our heads against the wall trying to figure out what went wrong. I am one of you, and have a full understanding of the highs and lows that are associated with being a Packers fan.

We all felt the same after the debacle against the Seahawks this past Thursday to kickoff the 2014 season.

A blowout loss on national television against the defending Super Bowl champions to start the season. Not exactly the way the Packers wanted to come out of the gate.

After the game, your voices were heard. Loud and clear.

Yet another loss to an NFC West team. More proof that other teams have passed by the Packers. The Packers can’t beat good teams. All of these and more are some of the edited versions of comments that were being mentioned all over Twitter and Facebook after the game.

I should know. I was right there with you.

 

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No Huddle Radio: Mini Camp Musings with Bill Johnson, ESPN’s Green & Gold Today

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Packers mandatory mini camp is in full swing, which means a bevy of overhype, strange player comments and coach-speak. Jason, Kris and Jersey Al get together to circle the wagons and beat back all of this silliness by breaking down what you can make of all of this.

To help, the guys bring on another “cut through the bull” type, Bill Johnson, co-host (with Jason Wilde) of ESPN Milwaukee’s Green and Gold Today.

Tune in for a rousing discussion of the latest Packers news.

Listen using the player below or download the podcast from the Packers Talk Radio Network on Itunes.

 

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Join the writers at AllGreenBayPackers.com for a fast hitting discussion of all things Packers. Please be sure to visit  ALLGREENBAYPACKERS.COM, where we are “All Packers All the Time.”  You can also browse Packers Talk Radio Network for more Packers podcasts from the best Packers bloggers on the internet.

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Jersey Al Bracco is the founder and editor of AllGreenBayPackers.com. He can be heard as one of the Co-Hosts on Cheesehead Radio and is the Green Bay Packers Draft Analyst for Drafttek.com.

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Out of the Pocket: OTA’s and Hot Yoga

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Richard, Colleen and Kelly sit down to discuss the Packers OTAs, Colt Lyerla, if Vince Lombardi would do hot yoga, #throwbackweekend4 and blast Mike McCarthy for not practicing in the cold.

Out of the Pocket is a part of the Packers Talk Radio Network, serving up enough weekly podcasts to satisfy the most fervent of Packer fans. Follow us on TwitterFacebook, and subscribe over at iTunes.

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Join two of the PocketDoppler Angels and Richard Chang as they take their show on the road and bring you a weekly dissection of the Green Bay Packers as only they know how.  All three are longtime Packer fans who bring their infinite wisdom, passion and snark to the Packers Talk Radio Network. Check out their work at PocketDoppler.com and Dick’s Favorite Blog. And follow them on Twitter at @WhatRUTinkin , @Ceallaigh_k and @RichardMChang.

 

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Packerpedia: Post-Draft Extravaganza

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Join Mike and Dan as they dive headfirst into the Packers draft, with added perspective provided by special guest Matt Waldman from the Rookie Scouting Portfolio.  In addition to discussing each selection in depth, the guys also explore the recent headline-grabbing addition of Colt Lyerla to the roster.

Packerpedia is a part of the Packers Talk Radio Network, serving up enough weekly podcasts to satisfy the most fervent of Packer fans. Follow us on TwitterFacebook, and subscribe over at iTunes.

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For the best in Packers’ talk, join Mike and Dan Conklin of Packerpedia.com as they tackle each issue from a “thinking man’s” perspective. Both are lifelong Packer fans who are dedicated to bringing you the best in Packer perspectives and opinions. Join them each and every week on the Packer Talk Radio Network.

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Cheesehead Radio: Hit or Miss NFL Draft Picks with Dan Shonka, Ourlads Scouting

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It may be the offseason, but with the draft behind us, the Cheesehead Radio discusses Ted Thompson’s Grade A draft with Dan Shonka of OurLads.com, while also battling over the recent controversial signing of rookie tight end Colt Lyerla. Packer People, anyone?

Cheesehead Radio is the flagship for the Packers Talk Radio Network, serving up enough weekly podcasts to satisfy the most fervent of Packer fans. Follow us on TwitterFacebook, and subscribe over at iTunes or Stitcher.

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Cheesehead Radio is brought to you by some of the top writers in the Packers Blogosphere: Jayme Snowden of CheeseheadTVJersey Al Bracco of All Green Bay Packers, CD Angeli of CheeseheadTV, and John Rehor of PackersTalk.

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Jersey Al Bracco is the founder and editor of AllGreenBayPackers.com. He can be heard as one of the Co-Hosts on Cheesehead Radio and is the Green Bay Packers Draft Analyst for Drafttek.com.

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No Huddle Radio: Packers Draft Review with Justis Mosqueda

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Joining Jason, Jay and Thomas from ALLGBP.com will be NFL Draftnik, Justis Mosqueda of Optimum Scouting. Together they examine the 2014 NFL Draft as it pertains to the Packers. They dig into details on some of the picks you may not know much about, including some undrafted free agents.

Listen using the player below or download the podcast from the Packers Talk Radio Network on Itunes.

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Join the writers at AllGreenBayPackers.com for a fast hitting discussion of all things Packers. Please be sure to visit  ALLGREENBAYPACKERS.COM, where we are “All Packers All the Time.”  You can also browse Packers Talk Radio Network for more Packers podcasts from the best Packers bloggers on the internet.

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Jersey Al Bracco is the founder and editor of AllGreenBayPackers.com. He can be heard as one of the Co-Hosts on Cheesehead Radio and is the Green Bay Packers Draft Analyst for Drafttek.com.

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How to Manage Expectations for Packers Rookies

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I’ve seen a lot of things I haven’t liked over the last 12 months that have been said about some young Green Bay Packers players.  Specifically I haven’t enjoyed the way that Datone Jones and Jerel Worthy have been unfairly labeled as busts.  I’ve been concerned about Davante Adams being pimped as a possibly OROY candidate.  I was proved right last season when I proclaimed that David Bakhtiari would be just fine.  There are certain positions that it’s easier for rookies to play in the NFL and there are a few positions in which it either requires the addition of strength or the refinement technique that takes a season or two to master.  I’m going to break these down for you as best I can and provide you with examples from Packers lore as well as some of the best players in the league.  Just because a player that was drafted isn’t drafted at a “year one impact position” doesn’t mean that the pick was wasted or that the player won’t turn out.

Positions to be excited about in year one

Running back- this one is a no-brainer.  In 12 of the last 20 years the offensive rookie of the year has been a running back.  Eddie Lacy was only the most recent success story at the position.  Running back is certainly a young man’s game.  More often than not a running back’s career as a feature back expires around the age of 30.  Backs certainly become more refined, certainly in the passing game (both blocking and receiving) but as pure runners elite prospects pretty much enter the NFL ready to plug n’ play.  They don’t always stay very long.

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