Shortly after being promoted to Strength and Conditioning Coordinator, the Packers’ Chris Gizzi sustained a pulled hamstring moving into his new office.
The black hole of the off-season is upon us but there is hope on the horizon. Last night, Beekfurt Technologies of Wausau Wisconsin announced that testing was complete on a new procedure that allows Packers fans to be cryogenically frozen
Just when Clay Matthews was back at practice, his return has hit another road-block. In a press conference Thursday morning, Matthews’ hamstring, affectionately known to the team as “Hammy” announced that he will retire immediately after seven and a half
Green Bay Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy has never been afraid to think outside the box to help his team to a championship. His use of BJ Raji in the offensive backfield during the 2010 run was unforgettable
Green Bay A local man died yesterday of apparent spontaneous combustion in his excitement for Packers training camp. In a rare photograph, Bernie Sessleblunt of Ashwaubenon was captured mid flame-out as his excitement finally consumed him. “I should have seen
Many cities dream of hosting a Super Bowl. More cities dream of hosting a Packers Championship. In 2010, the Dallas Cowboys and Jerry Jones were honored to host the Packers’ 13th NFL Championship and 5th Super Bowl in their new
Who doesn’t love animal babies? Some are cute, some are furry and some are downright funny! Animal babies can give us insight into the fight for survival, the love of child to Mother, and….FOOTBALL!
It has been widely reported that the Packers receivers have been catching bricks to help with their hand strength. Now, Aaron Rodgers is throwing them. The activity drew a lot of attention at today’s open OTA’s, especially considering the number
Green Bay Packernation was rocked this afternoon when news leaked out that Packers General Manager Ted Thompson has been outsourcing his draft decisions to India-based virtual assistant website Brickwork. The story broke when an email message from Ted Thompson to
Residents of Detroit will soon be able to watch Matthew Stafford or Reggie Bush frolicking around in the backyard with their household pets. A new Detroit city ordinance allows fans to keep Detroit Lions as pets.