Found June 19, 2013 on
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During the months of June and July, finding relevant Packers news is often hard to come by.
Occasionally, there is some big news to come out of 1265 Lombardi Ave at this time of the year. Case in point is the release of Linebacker Desmond Bishop earlier this week. But this type of news is often the exception rather than the rule during the dead of Summer leading up to training camp.
Well Packers Talk Radio Network is here to help you get your Packers fix, especially when there is very little actual football news to discuss.
As you are (hopefully) aware, every Sunday during the off season has taken a trip back in the past with the Packers Flashback Sunday series. This series focuses on a particular season or game from the past, to help satisfy that Packers addiction.
Many times the flashback has been a good memory.
Sometimes, like this past Sunday’s edition, it is a trip all of us would like to forget.
To further help the cause of satisfying that Packer itch, beginning this week, we are pleased to introduce a new feature: Midweek Movie.
Midweek Movie will be a short video highlighting great plays from a current Packer player. Most often it will focus on last season, and some of the great memories created by some remarkable plays by some remarkable players.
It would be only fitting that this series begin with the face of the franchise: Super Bowl champion, former NFL MVP, and moustache connoisseur-Quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
Please enjoy this truly excellent video highlighting his remarkable 2012 season.
We hope you enjoyed this week’s Midweek Movie, and hope that you will check out more installments in the weeks to come.
If there is a particular player you would like to see featured, please leave his name in the comments.
John Rehor is a writer at PackersTalk.com and co-host of Cheesehead Radio. To contact John follow him on Twitter @jrehor or email email@example.com
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