Results tagged with 'jerry kramer'
Published May 13, 2015
Yesterday, Packers fans were delighted to watch Aaron Rodgers dominate on "Celebrity Jeopardy." Indeed, it feels nice to have a smart guy calling signals under center (in your face, Jay Cutler). But Wisconsin sports have been full of intelligent players through the years. Here are six.
Published Oct. 15, 2013
The Green Bay Packers are once again dealing with a bevy of injuries, but fortunately none seems too serious or career-threatening. Through its long and storied history, the Packers have suffered through some pretty significant injures. Some turned out OK, others made lasting impacts on the organization.
Published Dec. 25, 2012
Santa Claus visited sports figures all over the state to deliver gifts, including some special ones for Donald Driver, Clay Matthews, Wisconsin golfers, Bo Ryan and many more!
Published April 17, 2012
Jerry Kramer retired from the Green Bay Packers and the National Football League in 1968 with five NFL Championship and two Super Bowl rings. Behind him, Bart Starr scored the winning touchdown in the Ice Bowl, and Paul Hornung ran into legend. Now, Kramer's daughter Alicia is spearheading a 21st century grassroots campaign to revive her father's football legacy and earn him entrance into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Published Nov. 14, 2006
Nearly 40 years after it was written, Kramer's book "Instant Replay," a diary of the 1967 season in Green Bay, still resonates with readers and is regarded as a classic. No. 64 talks with OMC about the book and his charitable endeavors.