Cheesehead Radio: Great Expectations with Wes Hodkiewicz

The final cuts have been made and the Green Bay Packers are ready to make the trip across the Mississippi River to face their longtime rivals in the 2020 season opener. The CHR Gang is here to take you through this week and every week of the season, so hit subscribe for some great Packers […]

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Cheesehead Radio: Clear Eyes, Full Heart, Empty Stadium

The Cheesehead Radio team, celebrating their TEN YEAR ANNIVERSARY this season, return for the 2020 season amidst a pandemic. No preseason games, no practices open to the public, and a season opener against the Vikings next week in an empty stadium with piped in crowd noise. Oh, wait…that’s every Vikings game. The CHR team kick […]

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Could lack of preseason give Packers an edge?

It’s official–the 2020 NFL season will feature no preseason games. This news is unsurprising. The NFL was already willing to drop from four games to two, but the NFLPA had been pushing for all of the exhibition games to be dropped. Despite a lukewarm (at best) fan reception of preseason games, they hold an important […]

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No fan attendance for training camp, Family Night, or home preseason games

The Green Bay Packers will have a much quieter lead towards the 2020 regular season, as the team declared there will be no fans in attendance for training camp practices, Family Night, and home preseason games. Packers President/CEO Mark Murphy made the announcement on Wednesday, declaring, “The tremendous support of cheering fans at Lambeau Field […]

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Who loses the most in a shortened preseason?

Amid months of uncertainty, it seems we’ll be having an NFL season after all. Most teams, including the Green Bay Packers, are required to start their training camps on July 28th, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. However, how preseason will happen is less clean, as NFL.com’s Tom Pelissero reports a two-game preseason for 2020 is […]

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No Packers/Browns joint practices in 2020

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the NFL had good and bad news for how it would affect teams’ offseason programs. A memo from the commissioner allowed all 32 teams to conduct training camp at their team facilities, allowing normalcy for many teams, including the Green Bay Packers. Other teams often traveled to remote sites for […]

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