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Archive for March, 2016

Blackish’ star Anthony Anderson and J.J. Watt lead star power at Driven to Achieve Awards

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2016

Courtesy of Milwaukee Business Journal. Celebrities from Hollywood and the professional sports world, led by “Blackish” star Anthony Anderson and NFL defensive player of the year J.J. Watt, came out in force March 21 for the Donald Driver Driven to Achieve Awards that drew a sellout crowd to honor five local community leaders. Driver, a former […]

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Lammi Sports Founder & CEO, Brian Lammi, to Participate in MBJ “Business of Sports” Event on May 10

Friday, March 11th, 2016

Courtesy of the Milwaukee Business Journal Milwaukee Bucks co-owners Marc Lasry and Jamie Dinan and Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy will headline a May 10 Business of Sports event being put on by the Milwaukee Business Journal. Lasry, Dinan and Murphy will be joined on a panel by Milwaukee Brewers chief operating officer Rick […]

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Clay Matthews won’t be easy to replace inside

Friday, March 11th, 2016

Courtesy of Packers.com. No matter how much inside linebacker he plays the rest of his career, Clay Matthews made himself a better player by carrying out the duty for a season and a half. That’s a reality Mike McCarthy readily appreciates as he insists that he’s moving Matthews back outside this year. Matthews’ leadership and football acumen, […]

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After childhood homelessness, James Jones doesn’t fret over uncertainty of free agency

Wednesday, March 9th, 2016

Courtesy of ESPN.com James Jones phone wasn’t exactly ringing off the hook — or whatever today’s cell phone equivalent is — as NFL free agency began on Monday. “Oh, it opened up today?” the Green Bay Packers’ veteran wide receiver said with a laugh Monday night from his home in San Ramon, California. “I didn’t […]

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Packers’ John Kuhn brings love of fishing, outdoors to Sports Show

Wednesday, March 2nd, 2016

Courtesy of the Journal Sentinel.  Green Bay Packers fans have plenty of reasons to like John Kuhn. For the last nine seasons, the 6-foot, 250-pound fullback has done everything he’s been asked on the field, from playing on special teams to protecting quarterback Aaron Rodgers from blitzes to gaining tough yardage on third and 1 […]

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