In the history of the NFL draft, which began in 1937, a total of 298 players from the University of Wisconsin-Madison have been drafted into the NFL, averaging out to 3.5 players drafted per year. While there have been seasons that have included zero Badgers drafted (1938, 1967, 1978), there are also seasons where it […]
Former Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson was inducted into the Packers Hall of Fame, taking place inside the Lambeau Field Atrium on Saturday. Thompson, was with the Packers as general manager for 13 seasons, and was the only person inducted into this year’s hall of fame. While he might talk down his own […]
Packers HOF Forest Gregg passes away at age of 85. He was one of the greatest O-Liners and football players in general to play the game of football.
In light of recent events in Packer nation, namely the scathing Bleacher Report article by Ty Dunne outlining the underlying issues of the Mike McCarthy/Aaron Rodgers era, fans seem to lay blame at the feet of one, or both of those two men. However, there was a much more powerful force in Green Bay who’s […]
The Packers and the Bears share the most iconic rivalry in the NFL. Going into the 100th NFL season, both teams will kick off the season at Soldier Field. Here’s a look at some historic meetings.
Who says you can’t go home? Former Green Bay fullback John Kuhn has notified General Manager Brian Gutekunst that he will retire a Green Bay Packer. Kuhn was a fan favorite in Green Bay, and fans loved to echo his last name through Lambeau on game days. Kuhn spent 9 of his 12 NFL seasons […]
“We hope you enjoy looking back on your memories on Facebook, from the most recent memories to those long ago.” I do Facebook, thank you. And while I would’ve preferred to be posting more current playoff game day status updates and photos from Lambeau, reviewing Green Bay Packer playoff memories, for the most part, brings […]