Former Packers Help Raise over $110,000 for Muscular Dystrophy

Today is Labor Day. It’s a day that honors the workers that helped make this country great. It’s also a day with an un-related tradition, the MDA Telethon, now in it’s 48th year (and now broadcasting on Sunday). The MDA’s mission is simple; to save and improve lives for those battling this debilitating neuromuscular disease. As […]

5 reasons the Packers can beat the Seahawks

I hate the Seahawks. Pete Carroll is annoying. I’m sick of hearing about how loud their stupid stadium is. Russel Wilson is a terrible actor in bad commercials. Half the team is jacked up on PEDs. I can never figure out what Richard Sherman is yelling about. I hope the Packers beat the Seahawks on […]

Time for the Turk: A Running List of Green Bay Packers Roster Cuts – 2014

The Green Bay Packers released 18 players and placed four on season-ending injured reserve to cut down their roster to the 53 man mark to open the 2014 regular season. It’s that awful day when a knock on the door or a call to your cell could mean the Turk is looking for you. The following […]

Packers vs. Chiefs – 2014 Preseason Game Four – First Impressions

Green Bay Packers vs. Kansas City Chiefs – 2014 Preseason Game Three – GB 34 KC 14 GAME NOTES: Corey Linsley makes his Packers debut as the starting center snapping the ball to Aaron Rodgers. Letroy Guion also debuts – his first time on the field for the Packers. Last opportunity for Matt Flynn or Scott Tolzien to […]

Packers Injuries: Here we go again?

When the Packers travel to Seattle to open the season on Sept. 4 in the NFL’s noisiest stadium against the defending Super Bowl champions, they’ll take the field without three, possibly four, preferred starters. Nose tackle B.J. Raji (arm) is lost for the season. New center J.C. Tretter (knee) is out for up to six […]