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Articles tagged with 'packers'

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5 things to watch for at Packers training camp

Published July 25, 2014

The Green Bay Packers report to training camp today and practice begins tomorrow in the shadow of Lambeau Field. Hopes are high for 2014 -- here's what to watch for over the next month.

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Park 6 offers sports, drinks and burgers on Mitchell Street

Published June 8, 2014

Although primarily a sports bar and restaurant, Park 6 has established itself as a neighborhood go-to for celebrations from birthdays to anniversaries. Tara Cavazos, with the help of her family, owns and operates the Mitchell Street establishment.

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Rodgers spots confirm Gruber's commitment

Published June 5, 2014

The most visible thing attorney David Gruber does is a series of advertising spots with Packers' quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Each commercial is designed to highlight an organization that deserves to have a light shined on it and which ought to get applause for the work it does.

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OTAs kick off Packers' team building time

Published May 28, 2014

Organized team activities, or OTAs, begin in Green Bay today and run through Friday. It's an important time for the coaching staff and players as roles will take shape and the team will begin to form its new identity.

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Packers never rest when it comes to offense

Published May 13, 2014

The Green Bay Packers drafted three wide receivers and a tight end with four of their nine draft picks over the weekend. While general manager Ted Thompson addressed some important needs on defense, it proves that you can never stop looking for weapons on offense.

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Top 5 undrafted free agents in Packers history

Published May 12, 2014

The NFL Draft ended on Saturday. But, the team acquired a handful of other rookies to come in and compete for spots on the practice squad or official roster. They've had some success mining the undrafted free agent field, too. Here are the top 5 players who fit that mold.

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Packers make the safe pick with Clinton-Dix

Published May 9, 2014

There was no draft day drama in Green Bay, as safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix fell to the Packers at No. 21 in last night's first round, and general manager Ted Thompson pulled perhaps the biggest surprise of all - he took him.

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(Fried) Fish out of water, from NYC to MKE

Published April 12, 2014

I have been given the great honor to share with you my stories about moving from Manhattan's Lower East Side to Milwaukee's Bay View. Each blog will cover something new and exciting to me about Milwaukee - fish fries, supper clubs, tailgating at Brewers games, local characters and everything else that makes this city great.

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Top 5 Packers free agent signings

Published March 11, 2014

Teams can officially sign unrestricted free agents this afternoon, and while the Green Bay Packers don't have a "storied" history of bringing aboard talent developed elsewhere, they have signed a handful that made big impacts.

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Expect high impact, not high profile, moves from Packers

Published March 6, 2014

You can't help but think that where there is smoke, there is fire - fire in that Thompson may, indeed, be on the lookout for high impact players in free agency. That's the phrase fans need to remember. There's a difference between "high impact" and "high profile."

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Did our passion for football kill our speed skating chances?

Published Feb. 25, 2014

The Netherlands speed skating coach Jillert Anema said one of the reasons the U.S. speedskating team did not take a medal in those events was because of our country's obsession with football - a sport no one else in the world cares about. Is he right? And does it matter?