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Where Is The ‘Milwaukee’ In The Bucks?

I normally like to keep things positive here – talk only about what good men are doing  versus what they should do or aren’t doing. In fact I think this is my first ever negative post. But the more I hear about local professional sports teams the more I ask myself the question “Where are … Continue reading

Donate Blood For Chance To Meet Packer John Kuhn

A stadium full of people calls for John Kuhn every game. Now, the Green Bay fullback is calling you. Kuhn’s father was in a motorcycle accident, and John knows that the blood transfusions his Dad received saved his life. While John does his best to pay it forward by donating blood regularly, he’s asking you … Continue reading

Packers And Brewers Greats Support Recent Tragedies

Prominent players of both the Packers and Brewers are stepping up and doing their part to help people affected by two recent tragedies – the Brookfield shooting and Hurricane Sandy. These are just the newest examples of two organizations that consistently show support for their communities and people everywhere (see more stories about the Packers … Continue reading

The Pack Backs Parks, Help Build New Playground

The Green Bay Packers and the NFL recently announced a new partnership between the Milwaukee County Parks and United Way as part of the NFL/United Way “Hometown Huddle” day of service. This is the first year that the Packers will focus the NFL/United Way “Hometown Huddle” in Milwaukee County, with all previous efforts having occurred in Green Bay. “We are very thankful for … Continue reading

When Releasing The Safety Is A Good Thing: The Pack and Nick Collins

Normally bad things can happen when you release the safety, such as on a gun, but I think the Green Bay Packers did the right thing in releasing Safety Nick Collins. And that is a hard thing for me to say, considering the positive impact he had on the Defense and what the loss of … Continue reading

No, Thank YOU Mark Tauscher

In case you missed it, Mark Tauscher – offensive tackle for both the Green Bay Packers and the Wisconsin Badgers before – took out a large advertisement in the Milwaukee Journal/Sentinel this past Sunday. Tauscher was born in Wisconsin and played a total of 16 years for Wisconsin college and professional football. He was cut … Continue reading

Ultimate Lambeau Leap

Were you ever at a Packer game and got so upset at a bad play or game that you wanted to jump off the top of Lambeau Field? Well, now you can. On Wednesday, August 3 you can rappel down the side of Lambeau Field if you raise $2,500 for Special Olympics Wisconsin. If you … Continue reading



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