Just in time for the season opener, here’s the latest in stupid music videos about the Green Bay Packers. This one is called Quarterback Copycat and comes to us from The Lucas Kates Band.
Funny Or Die gives us Field of Dreams 2, where one of the kids from Twilight (Taylor Lautner) saves the NFL season… kind of. Also look for Ray Lewis, Tony Gonzalez, Marshall Faulk and Ray Liotta as Roger Goodell, among others. (Via Cheesehead TV)
This is, in a word, awesome. Our favorite Minnesota Vikings quarterback not named Tarvaris Jackson or Sage Rosenfels has some breaking news for you. Brett Favre. It’s awesome! Originally posted at another place that’s awesome, Cheesehead TV.
Man, the Green Bay Packers under coach Forrest Gregg were terrible, but if there’s one thing you could count on, it’s that they’d lay some cheap shots on the Chicago Bears. The Bears were good, especially in 1985 and 1986, and the Packers really had no business being on the same field with them at […]
ESPN’s Outside The Lines recently took a look at Green Bay Packers defensive end Johnny Jolly’s trial for possession of codeine, and the rising popularity, particularly among athletes from Texas, of the drink Purple Drank. The segment doesn’t really say anything about Jolly we don’t already know, but it does shed a little light on […]
I’m not typically one to kick a guy when he’s down, unless that guy is a member of the Minnesota Vikings, but they’re kicking him in Detroit, so we may as well join the party. I’m referring to Detroit Lions president Tom Lewand, who was arrested for DUI (or OWI as it’s apparently called in […]
There hasn’t been anything terribly enlightening in the latest installments of the National Football Post’s video series on Green Bay Packers’ cornerback Al Harris’ rehabilitation. Still, they are kind of interesting if you want to see how he trains in the offseason. Much of the work you’ll see in these two videos is speed training.
OK, so Green Bay Packers’ cornerback Al Harris isn’t back on the football field, but he’s back in Green Bay, where he’ll finish rehabbing his surgically-repaired knee. Harris made a surprise appearance at the Packers’ OTAs on Wednesday and said he intends to stay, although he isn’t close to returning to the field. When asked, […]
We’ll take. Actually, no. We really feel bad for Brett Favre because he hasn’t been in the media enough lately. People aren’t paying enough attention to Brett Favre. Brett Favre will be disappointed if we don’t mention Brett Favre three times in this sentence… Brett Favre. Anyway, here’s a Brett Favre commercial we just discovered. […]
OK, perhaps Al Harris isn’t currently on his way to Green Bay. It’s more of a metaphorical statement. Harris, the Green Bay Packers’ starting cornerback before tearing up his knee last December, says he’s a week or two from joining his teammates in Green Bay in the National Football Post’s latest video on his recovery. […]
The Green Bay Packers’ Tailgate Tour is traipsing around Wisconsin this week and while I could really care less, I got a chuckle out of this video of Packers’ receiver James Jones. During a stop in Rhinelander, which appears to have been held on a hockey rink no less, Jones took the time to arm […]
I’m not sure whether I’d call this a prayer or perhaps a revision of the Bible, but this drunken Green Bay Packers’ fan has an epic rant about the Packers, Aaron Rodgers and a few other teams. Oh, and to make it even better, he’s shitfaced, decked out in full Brewers gear and is wearing […]
You probably know how we feel about Minnesota Vikings’ quarterback Brett Favre. If you don’t, then you either haven’t been paying attention or you’re a scumbag Vikings’ fan. With that said, this video delighted me. The description reads like this: So while at south by southwest, I was filming for work. This guy saw my […]
It’s true. Chicago Bears’ quarterback Jay Cutler hasn’t performed up to the lofty, Jesus-like expectations set out for him when he arrived from Denver. Sure, he leads the league in interceptions with 18 (vs. 15 touchdown passes). It’s true that Cutler interceptions put an end to any chance the Bears had in their last two […]
I first caught this over at As Seen In WI. It’s a video of former Wisconsin governor and U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Tommy Thompson. Apparently, yesterday was Tommy’s birthday and they ran this video in tribute to him. It’s a video of Thompson at Lambeau Field for something called Return to Titletown […]
Though he played one on TV, Ashton Kutcher is no Green Bay Packers’ fan. He is a well known bottom feeder, Chicago Bears fan. But today, he had the Packer Nation’s back as he ripped Brett Favre from inside a nice, yet not over the top set trailer. See the video below. Kutcher brings up […]
Update: Raji’s deal is reportedly worth $28.5 million over five years. The Packers ponied up just under $18 million in guaranteed money. On paper, the deal looks less inflated than the contract the Oakland Raiders gave Darius Heyward-Bey, which was the reason the Packers were having trouble signing Raji to begin with. ———- The Green […]
The Green Bay Packers have come to terms with outside linebacker Clay Matthews, the second of the team’s two first-round draft picks. The signing leaves only B.J. Raji, the 9th overall selection, unsigned as training camp approaches. As part of Total Packers’ ongoing profiles of draft pick signees, here’s your look at Clay Matthews. You […]
On Wednesday, the Green Bay Packers signed fifth-round draft choice Quinn Johnson, fullback from LSU. The signing leaves the Packers with only two unsigned picks – first-rounders B.J. Raji and Clay Matthews Jr. As part of Total Packers’ ongoing profiles of draft pick signees, we’ll take a look a Quinn Johnson. You can check out […]
The Green Bay Packers now have five of their eight 2009 draft picks under contract, with the signing of offensive lineman T.J. Lang, who signed yesterday. Lang joins linebacker Brad Jones, safety Brandon Underwood, defensive end Jarius Wynn – all of whom signed in mid-June – and tackle Jamon Meredith, who signed on June 25. […]