Interview With the Gravedigger, Former Packer Gilbert Brown All Green Bay Packers All the Time
Gilbert Brown All Star Football Camps
Gilbert Brown All Star Football Camps

Gilbert Brown talks about his Youth Football Camps, his Foundation and the Packers. Join us tonight, 8PM Central Time for this live interview on the Packers Talk Radio Network on BlogTalkRadio.

The Cheesehead Radio crew will be interviewing this immensely popular Packers Hall of Fame Member, who spent ten seasons with the Packers.

These days, Gilbert serves as the Head Coach of the Green Bay Chill, part of the Legends Football League (formerly Lingerie Football league).

Every summer, Gilbert holds several Youth Football Camps in Wisconsin, including one totally free camp for inner-city kids, who get three meals a day in addition to some expert football instruction.

For more information about Gilbert Brown’s All Star Football Camp, please visit Mayfield Sports Marketing or The Gilbert Brown Foundation. And be sure to follow Gilbert on Twitter

Through his foundation, he is also very actively on a mission to stomp out bullying. As hard as it may be to believe now, Brown himself was bullied as a child.

So be sure to tune into Cheesehead Radio tonight, with your hosts “Jersey” Al Bracco, Jayme Joers, C.D. Angeli, and John Rehor for great conversation with a Packers legend to satisfy your Packers fix on the Packers Talk Radio Network.


ADDED 5/30/13:  if you missed the show, here it is:


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Jersey Al Bracco is the founder and editor of, and the co-founder of Packers Talk Radio Network. He can be heard as one of the Co-Hosts on Cheesehead Radio and is the Green Bay Packers Draft Analyst for


One thought on “Interview With the Gravedigger, Former Packer Gilbert Brown

  1. Loved seeing the GRAVEDIGGER!!! He’s a kind-hearted gentle GIANT. His heart reminds me of James Jones. He was an unsung, STUD on the d-line in his playing days. I can’t believe the Vikings actually cut him. I so glad he’s doing well and finding enjoyment past football. Keep cooking, cracking skulls on the PS3, and making a difference in the world. Thanks for all the fond memories with the Pack!!!


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