Cheesehead Radio with #WLUK Sports Anchor @Justin_Felder

Well, that wasn’t exactly what we expected from the first week of preseason. A stinging 17-0 loss to the Cardinals left Packer fans wondering not only if they should start worrying, but arguing whether it was appropriate to even worry about worrying yet. We’ll break down the good, bad, and ugly from last week, as […]

Share

Midweek Movie: Will the Real Graham Harrell Please Stand Up?

When Graham Harrell signed with the Packers in 2010, he had the pedigree to prove he belonged in the NFL. A two time 5,000 yard passer during his time at Texas Tech, he ended his college career as the all time leader in passing touchdowns with 143. His 15, 793 passing yards ranked second all time. […]

Share

Green Bay Packers Flashback Sunday: A Super Bowl Rematch

In 1997, there was one game every NFL fan had circled on their calendar as the game of the year: October 27. This Monday night would feature a rematch of Super Bowl XXXI between the Green Bay Packers and New England Patriots. The 1997 Packers featured many of the same names which brought the Lombardi Trophy back […]

Share

Midweek Movie: Meet The Packers Newest Quarterback

Of all the transactions Ted Thompson has ever made, the acquisition of free agent quarterback Vince Young ranks as one of the biggest head scratchers. A six year veteran, Young brings to Green Bay a resume’ consisting of 46 touchdowns, 51 interceptions, completing less than 58% of his passes while compiling a 74.9 passer rating. The former […]

Share

Mason Crosby’s Time With the Packers is Ticking Away

“Mason Crosby is competing for a job on our football team, like everyone else. He definitely didn’t take a step in the right direction with his performance. That’s what Family Night’s for. He’ll be evaluated. He’s definitely got to do better than that because that’s not going to cut it.” Mike McCarthy If you’re name […]

Share

Green Bay Packers Flashback Sunday: A Dynasty in Ruins

1968 was a season of transition for the Green Bay Packers. Shortly after winning Super Bowl II, Vince Lombardi had resigned as Head Coach to focus solely on General Manager duties. After winning five titles in nine seasons on the field, Lombardi tucked himself away into an office, far away from the team he had […]

Share