Surviving Sunday: Packers News, Notes and Links for the Football Deprived

If I was creating my own perfect media universe to feed me information on the Green Bay Packers, here’s what it would look like: Play-by-play announcer: Wayne Larrivee. No explanation needed. I could listen to Wayne all day — even if the Packers were losing by seven touchdowns — and still get enjoyment out of the […]

Packers President Mark Murphy on Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers

Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel beat writer Tom Silverstein caught up with Packers president Mark Murphy on Monday at the NFL Owners meetings in Phoenix. As a favor to bloggers and online media outlets, Murphy talked about two Packers that generate a ton of clicks and web traffic: Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers. On the former, Murphy says […]

Packers Profit: Changes Coming To The Lambeau Field Atrium?

For those fans coming to Green Bay for one or several Packer games this season, you will notice immediately the changes in the south end zone with  ongoing construction that is adding of 6,600 seats as well as two new high definition video boards that are in place for the start of the 2012 season. […]

Mark Murphy Entering Year Five: Where Does He Stand?

Mark Murphy has seen the lowest of lows and the highest of highs as he begins his fifth season as President of the Green Bay Packers. A former player who won a Super Bowl with the Washington Redskins and who also holds a law degree from Georgetown, Murphy seems the perfect balance between player and […]

In The Wake Of “Bountygate,” Thank God For The Green Bay Packers

So the New Orleans Saints apparently paid their players to go out and injure their opponents.  Another scandal has engulfed the National Football League for the foreseeable future. It’s another reason why I want to go out and buy another beer for Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson and head coach Mike McCarthy.  If […]