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Packers save their season with another overtime win

Monday, December 11th, 2017

Story by Mike Spofford, courtesy of packers.com.   CLEVELAND – The Packers saved their season on Sunday. Again. In far greater danger than a week ago of picking up a dreaded seventh loss, and with the winless Browns smelling their first victory of the season, the Packers once again found a way. Rallying from two […]

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Jordy Nelson unveils #MyCauseMyCleats which support Jockey Being Family

Wednesday, November 29th, 2017

Story courtesy of Fox 6 News. Full article with media can be found here. GREEN BAY — Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson unveiled on Tuesday, November 28th some special cleats he’ll wear that support the cause “Jockey Being Family.” In a Facebook post, Nelson wrote: Excited to unveil #MyCauseMyCleats which support Jockey Being […]

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Packers get back on winning track by beating Bears

Wednesday, November 15th, 2017

Story by Mike Spofford, courtesy of packers.com. CHICAGO – The Packers certainly needed this. Green Bay’s three-game losing streak is over following a 23-16 victory over the Bears at a rainy Soldier Field on Sunday. Quarterback Brett Hundley played his best game to date in his third NFL start, putting up a triple-digit passer rating for the […]

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More TEs could mean less action for Randall Cobb, but ‘that’s OK’

Wednesday, September 6th, 2017

Story by Rob Demovsky, ESPN.com. GREEN BAY, Wis. – Yes, Mike McCarthy said he wants the ball in Randall Cobb’s hands more often. And during training camp, the Green Bay Packers’ seventh-year receiver has looked as good as ever. But this isn’t the offense of the last few years, where McCarthy sends out three receivers, a tight […]

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Clay Matthews receives 2017 community service award

Friday, September 1st, 2017

Story by Mike Spofford, packers.com senior writer. GREEN BAY – The quarterbacks had the wardrobe, and the star pass rusher got the hardware. Shortly after Aaron Rodgers and Brett Hundley made a semi-grand entrance to the annual Greater Green Bay Chamber of Commerce “Welcome Back Luncheon” at Lambeau Field on Wednesday sporting “Men In Black” suits and shades, […]

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Clay Matthews, Nick Perry trained for the long haul this offseason

Friday, August 4th, 2017

Story by Wes Hodkiewicz, Packers.com. GREEN BAY – Clay Matthews has the same goals going into every offseason, but this year the Packers linebacker wanted to be even more proactive in his approach to rehab and recovery. “I stay in a bubble and wrap my hands up,” smiled Matthews on the first day of training camp […]

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Randall Cobb not worried about “noise”– just staying healthy for a change

Thursday, August 3rd, 2017

Story by Rob Demovsky, ESPN staff writer.  GREEN BAY, Wis. — Randall Cobb remembers what his ankle felt like on that cold day in Chicago late last season. The Green Bay Packers receiver should not have even tried to play on it. “I could barely walk,” Cobb said. “We went out there to test it, and I jogged on […]

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Donald Driver’s ‘Amazing’ Story Never Gets Old

Wednesday, July 26th, 2017

Story by Mike Spofford, courtesy of Packers.com. Franchise’s all-time leading receiver cherishes Packers Hall of Fame induction GREEN BAY – As the 1999 draft wound down to the seventh round, then Packers general manager Ron Wolf saw one player left on his board graded a bit higher than everyone else. “I think he was up […]

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Packers’ Receiving Corps Ranked Second Best in NFL

Thursday, July 20th, 2017

With NFL training camps right around the corner and preseason games set to start in less than a month, sports media outlets are in full blown prediction mode for how the 2017 season will play out. In addition to projecting division champions and award winners, websites and news articles like to rank how successful various […]

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Packers Linebacker Clay Matthews Will Miss Playing Against Jay Cutler

Wednesday, July 19th, 2017

Story by Brian Foley, courtesy of TMJ4 Milwaukee. Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews is apparently one of the few people sad to see former Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler go. “I’m glad I got a lot of sacks against [Cutler],” Matthews said on NFL Network’s ‘The Rich Eisen Show.’ “I’ll miss that the most. But […]

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