Last week I wrote about the charitable giving of the Packer’s Women’s Association. This week I’ll share some of the charitable work that the Packers and their Foundation perform in Green Bay and around the State. Mark Murphy and a Board of Trustees (10 Members) work long and hard to determine which organizations will receive […]
Starr was the quarterback of the Packers from 1956 to 1971, winning a total of five titles, including the first two Super Bowls in 1967 and 1968. He earned MVP honors in both of those games as well. He won league MVP in 1966 and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1977. Under […]
The Packers do not have many veterans on their roster. But how bad is it and which position groups could need another “cheap” veteran?
By now every sports reporter, site and Packer fan has (over) analyzed GM Brian Gutekunst’s rookie 2019 NFL Draft class. Since I’m writing this on Wednesday, it’s actually NFL Draft Eve! I’ve already made my draft predictions, which I’m anxious to see if I hit on anyone! LOL! I will instead comment and predict the […]
When the NFL schedule of the 2019 season was released in a show by the NFL network, everyone (like every year) already knew all games every team would play. It was the same with the Packers’ schedule and the reactions of the fans were mixed. This is why: The Green Bay Packers will play five […]
When the Green Bay Packers selected Cole Madison with their 5th round pick in 2018, he was seen by some (I said some, not all) as a plug and play at right guard. Madison was a relentless bully that was much needed on the offensive line after the departures of Josh Sitton and TJ Lang […]
When the AAF started back in February, I was somewhat surprised that none of the rosters included former Packers running back, Eddie Lacy. On Monday morning I stumbled upon a picture of Eddie Lacy on Instagram. Many of Lacy’s photos include inspirational quotes, his dog and Brandon Bostick. After being out of football for all […]