Super Bowl XLV
Now you can own an actual player’s Super Bowl XLV ring. Former Green Bay Packers practice squad defensive tackle Jay Ross is selling his to the highest bidder.
Now you can own an actual Green Bay Packers Super Bowl XLV ring. There’s one sitting in an Appleton pawn shop and it can be yours for only $10,000!
We’ve never been big fans of the cops, but that all changed today when this arrived in the mail. The Brown County Sheriff’s Department has gone above and beyond to produce this bad boy. Check it out!
As you probably know by now, the Green Bay Packers got to go to the White House on Friday. Various players and the organization unloaded photos of the experience and, well, we grabbed them all and put them in this gallery.
Here’s the video of president Barack Obama’s speech, in its entirety, honoring the Super Bowl champion Green Bay Packers at the White House.
The Green Bay Packers will get to meet president Barack Obama after all. The organization has scheduled the traditional Super Bowl champion White House visit. Charles Woodson must be pleased.
The Green Bay Packers still want to make the customary post-Super Bowl victory White House visit. The question is whether their schedule and President Obama’s will permit it.
The Green Bay Packers are selling Super Bowl rings — fake ones. Fans can now buy replica Super Bowl XLV rings from the team because, you know, you won the Super Bowl too. Season ticket holders and shareholders can get a 10-karat ring identifying them as such for $2,499 or a cheap-ass version for $399. […]
The Green Bay Packers’ Super Bowl rings were made by Jostens. Here’s how they were created. (Via CheeseheadTV)
The Green Bay Packers received their Super Bowl rings Thursday night during a private ceremony at Lambeau Field. Of course, there are plenty of photos. The stats: the rings are made of platinum, with 18-karat yellow gold, and weigh 116 grams. Diamonds totaling 3.35 carats are featured.
The Green Bay Packers will hold their Super Bowl ring deal this evening at Lambeau Field. Here’s who’s invited — everyone but cornerback Josh Bell and you. Fact of the matter is, you probably don’t deserve a Super Bowl ring and neither does Josh Bell. Bell was placed on injured reserve during training camp. The […]
We’re not the only ones who think the Green Bay Packers might have a Super Bowl hangover. Former New England Patriots linebacker Tedy Bruschi, a three-time Super Bowl champion, called out the team’s leaders after receiver Donald Driver said the players have no plans to hold organized workouts.
We already know rules don’t apply to the NFL, especially their own. Despite a lockout that isn’t likely to be resolved until late June at the earliest, the Green Bay Packers will hold their Super Bowl ring ceremony on June 16. The league has reportedly granted the team an exemption — their second one this […]
This probably wasn’t the best offseason for a lockout, at least as far as the Green Bay Packers organization is concerned. Every team coming off a Super Bowl win experiences some sort of hangover. The players are partying, making personal appearances, getting their faces in the media and partaking in all kinds of stupid promotional and […]
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is a strange dude. He picks up random chicks in places he shouldn’t be and forces them to do things they don’t want to (allegedly). He also thinks about the Green Bay Packers while he’s on his throne.
The NFL lockout has a lot of far-reaching consequences, but for the Green Bay Packers, it’s also put a hold on the traditional post-Super Bowl championship activities. The Packers haven’t even ordered their Super Bowl rings because the team wants to consult the players before doing so. During the lockout, team personnel and coaches are […]
We’ve all made stupid bets.
Usually it’s because of that sonofabitch called pride, which needles you in your side just as soon as you’re forced to defend your home turf. A wise man once told me never to bet with your heart unless it’s a lead-pipe cinch.
Someone brought Giovanni Bartocci’s story to my attention last week. It disappeared into the ether until I was digging through my email last night and I laughed to myself, “Oh yeah, that crazy bastard.” Bartocci is a Green Bay Packers fan. He’s also one of those guys. There’s something not quite right about him, but […]
Before Super Bowl XLV, we wrote about Green Bay Packers fan Daniel Smith, who ponied up Stubhub prices for Super Bowl tickets for himself, his children and their significant others only to find out the NFL wouldn’t let his daughter bring her infant son into the game without a ticket.
You know all that Super Bowl championship gear they make before the game for the losing team?
It all gets shipped to some third-world country.
While the Green Bay Packers were wearing their gear around Cowboys Stadium, the Pittsburgh Steelers were… well, not wearing anything but their uniforms.