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The Journal Sentinel's Tyler Dunne sat down for an informal Q&A with Packers defensive end C.J. Wilson.
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The Green Bay Packers are giving fans a chance to own part of an NFL team.
The Packers, the league's only publicly owned team, are offering 225,000 shares that will go on sale Tuesday. Each share costs $250 plus a handling charge.
Stocks are available only to individuals, not businesses, with a 200-share cap. The sale is set to run through Feb. 29.
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In honor of Aaron Rodger’s 28th birthday today, I decided to honor ARod, and expose how he’s transformed photobombing into an art form..The Green Bay Packers MVP has continued his tradition of getting in frame each week so far this undefeated season…Website RodgersPhotoBomb.com shows the archives of every week of Rodgers photobomb career…He’s a lock...
Packers Therapy: In Podcast episode 183 Chris and Dave discuss the Packers 11-0 record… and a whole lot more. Week 13 of the 2011 NFL season finds the 11-0 Green Bay Packers traveling to New York to play the 6-4 Giants. Kickoff is scheduled for 3:15m CT at MetLife Stadium. Flex Scheduling Implemented in 2006, [...]
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, with 961,818 votes, leads all NFL All-Stars in balloting for the 2012 Pro Bowl, NFL.com announced Thursday. 2012 Pro Bowl voting will continue through Monday, Dec. 19, by going to NFL.com/probowl.
It amazes me how well Aaron Rodgers holds up despite the stunningly high number of sacks he takes. This week Football Outsiders surveys NFL QBs and finds out who takes a beating and why they do so. Rodgers has taken 27 sacks thus far. While that doesn't lead the league (that honor belongs to Sam Bradford) it suprises me that 40% of Rodgers' sacks are "long sacks...
MILWAUKEE — Want a piece of the Green Bay Packers? The Super Bowl champions are about to give you a chance.
Message to champs should be: Wince, LombardiUPIGreen Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (12) leads his teamBy Steve Serby - NY Post 12/4/11
The Green Bay Packers will have two new starters on defense Sunday when they meet the New York Giants on the road.