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Final preseason game means a lot to some on Packers roster

Published Aug. 29, 2013

Tonight is the final preseason game for the Green Bay Packers, and while it may not mean much for players like Aaron Rodgers or Randall Cobb, it means a whole lot to the back end of the roster: general manager Ted Thompson and the Packers coaches have to cut the roster from 75 to the final 53 on Saturday.


Sports commentators weigh in on guns, violence

Published Dec. 4, 2012

Sunday afternoons are meant for football. If you don't watch an NFL game each week, then you are not a part of the largest viewing audience. This past weekend, the sports talk tilted political after news came out of a deadly domestic incident with an NFL player.


Life in the bubble: Final Packers cut looms after preseason finale

Published Aug. 30, 2012

Thursday night's preseason finale against the Kansas City Chiefs was the last opportunity for many players on the Green Bay Packers to make an impression and survive Friday's cuts. This week, this game, was about these "bubble" players - but what is it like to live in that bubble?


Culture shock: Young Packers face new challenges on the field

Published Aug. 30, 2012

For most of their athletic lives, new Green Bay Packers players have been the biggest, strongest, fastest and most coveted players on the field. Once in the NFL, that stops. There are others that have more stature, which creates a different learning curve for a young player.


Chiefs 19, Packers 14: The good, the bad, and the ugly

Published Dec. 19, 2011

The first half was pathetic. Putrid. The worst we have seen from the Packers literally in years. Nothing went well. In a word, ugly. Kansas City converted 12 first downs passing as compared to Green Bay's two. Orton's passer rating was more than twice that of Rodgers; 96.8 to 46.0. Jermichael Finley dropped four passes after chirping a couple of weeks ago about not being in synch with Rodgers. Rodgers himself came out flat, missing receiver after receiver - irrespective of the drops.

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