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Archive for September, 2016

Donald Driver – First Step

Friday, September 30th, 2016

Courtesy of The Players Tribune, It doesn’t matter who you are: Hard times always come up. As a kid growing up, I saw my mom not eat at night because she was trying to make sure that her children had enough food. We slept on a mattress on the floor because we couldn’t afford furniture. My goal […]

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Meet Lammi Sports Intern Adam!

Wednesday, September 28th, 2016

Adam is from Neenah, WI, where he spent his high school career playing baseball, basketball and football. His love of sports brought him to this organization. He is a junior at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, studying marketing and international business. Adam is a member of the American Marketing Association as well as a part of […]

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Jordy Nelson and the Offense Get Back to Having Fun

Wednesday, September 28th, 2016

Courtesy of Packers.com Jordy Nelson isn’t usually one for celebrations. Often times when the Packers’ veteran receiver catches a touchdown pass, Nelson will hand the ball to the referee, maybe hug a few teammates and make his way back to the sideline. However, the typically modest Nelson took things up a few notches after the second […]

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Meet Lammi Sports Intern Alexa!

Friday, September 23rd, 2016

Alexa Carney grew up in Minnetonka, Minnesota and moved to Milwaukee for college. She graduates December 2016 from the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee with a double major in marketing and supply chain operations and management. Along with interning at Lammi Sports and going to school full time, she also nannies a 2 year old and […]

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What You Might’ve Missed: It Didn’t Matter Who Was Blocking Mike Daniels

Wednesday, September 21st, 2016

Courtesy of Packers.com, GREEN BAY – In a strong night of work by the Packers’ defensive front seven at Minnesota, no individual stood out more than defensive lineman Mike Daniels. The most impressive thing was seeing Daniels get after practically every member of the Vikings’ offensive line at one time or another, and win the […]

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J.J. Hardy, the Orioles’ Best Hitter in September

Monday, September 19th, 2016

  Courtesy of the Baltimore Sun, Over the past two months, Orioles manager Buck Showalter has so often used some iteration of Friday’s declaration that shortstop J.J. Hardy has “quietly been very solid” that it has ceased being quiet. Even on a day when he made a rare error at shortstop, Hardy was still his […]

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Vikings Linebacker, Anthony Barr, Raising the Bar with Scholarships for Single Moms

Friday, September 16th, 2016

Courtesy of ESPN Twin Cities, When Anthony Barr was about four years old, he lived in his grandparents’ house with his mom, Lori, who was working two jobs and going to school to further her education. She’d get home at night after the morning shift, classes, and her other gig, probably spent. Mom and son […]

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“Jordy’s Farm Fresh Flakes:” Jordy Nelson Gets His Own Cereal

Friday, September 16th, 2016

Courtesy of Fox 6 Now, Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson is getting his own cereal. Nelson will officially introduce his “Jordy’s Farm Fresh Flakes” cereal on Monday, September 19th. “Jordy’s Farm Fresh Flakes,” a frosted corn flakes cereal, comes packaged in a 14oz Limited Edition Collector’s Box and is available at participating grocery retailers throughout […]

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Chicago Huddle Is Back This Sunday!

Wednesday, September 14th, 2016

Chicago Huddle is back for its fourth season on Comcast SportsNet. Chicago Huddle is hosted by former Bears longsnapper/17-year NFL veteran Patrick Mannelly, who will be joined each week by Bears linebacker Jerrell Freeman, defensive back Tracy Porter, along with special appearances from other Bears standouts during the season. Chicago Huddle provides fans with an in-depth, weekly Bears review/preview/interview show throughout […]

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David Bakhtiari Agrees to 4-Year Extension

Wednesday, September 14th, 2016

Courtesy of NFL.com, The team announced Tuesday that they signed David Bakhtiari. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported it is a four-year extension worth up to $51.67 million. The new money averages to $12 million per season, which places Bakhtiari in the top five for offensive linemen. The fourth-round pick in 2013 started immediately as […]

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