The Green Bay Packers say they want to host the NFL Draft in 2019, but there’s really no way that seems logistically possible. Here’s the case for and against.
Green Bay isn’t the first place you’d want to move to, but playing football, that’s a different story. Right? Not really. Some guys still don’t want to play in Green Bay.
There’s finally something in Green Bay that screams “this is Titletown, bitches!” It’s the word on a smokestack, courtesy of Titletown Brewing Co.
The NFL is talking about moving the NFL Draft from New York City again and Green Bay mayor Jim Schmitt wants you to know he’s all over it.
It snowed in Green Bay on Wednesday, which we didn’t find out until late in day. It’s April. What the hell? At least some Green Bay Packers joined in your misery.
Complex gives us a fairly comprehensive look at the NFL groupie scene, including the realization that Green Bay has the ugliest groupies in the league. Fear not! There is a silver lining, though.
Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy did a bit a grandstanding in the media about how Lambeau Field would be the perfect place to host the inaugural Big Ten title game in 2011, and formally threw the venerable stadium into the mix as a potential site, several weeks ago. Well, the Big Ten didn’t give […]
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell didn’t come right out and say it, but he gave a strong indication there will be no Super Bowl coming to Green Bay unless the city undergoes a dramatic growth spurt and/or transformation. “It’s not about weather as much as it is infrastructure,” Goodell said at the Packers annual shareholders meeting. […]
The Green Bay Packers have been buying land surrounding Lambeau Field in hopes of developing a sports and entertainment complex and thus, an additional revenue stream, similar to those at Cowboys Stadium in Dallas and Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Mass. The team has acquired 28 acres near Lambeau Field in the past five years at […]
When New York/New Jersey was awarded the 2014 Super Bowl on Tuesday, we suggested it would open the door for the NFL to put the game in other cold-weather cities — cities like Green Bay. Green Bay Packers’ president Mark Murphy said he’s intrigued by the possibility, but cited some of the same potential problems […]