Packer Nation's hearts are with Chiefs Nation on this day, following a tragedy that hit far too close to fans' hearts. C.D. Angeli examines the role of fan relationships with players in the light of this sad event.
If you're one of those folks screaming for Mason Crosby to get cut, I have news for you: it's not happening soon. However, Crosby needs to fix what's wrong or the definition of "soon" will change very quickly.
Evan Dietrich-Smith has battled back from the unemployment line, and finds himself at the eye of the storm on the offensive line. The road ahead of him may be just as tough as the road it took to get here.
Garda rants—er, hosts—another fun filled hour plus of NFL talk with his version of the Good, Bad and Ugly (with new intro), why HDTV makes owners itchy and how life is easier for an OLineman blocking for Nick Foles. All that and more on today's Hard Count.
Garda talks about the idiocy of giving Charles Tillman a hard time for choosing to be a dad over a football player for a day and how it's equally stupid to lose on purpose thinking that a high draft pick is sure way to cure your team.
Garda is back post-Hurricane, Guinness in hand to talk NFL on this Election Night. No politics, just the football talk—with the Good, Bad and Ugly, NFL picks, why Jacksonville isn't moving and while we don't talk election, we do talk zombies which is just politicians without day jobs.
With trade talks and fantasy gurus calling for the "Add 'Em" of James Starks, you might get the impression that Alex Green's days as a starter are over. You might be wrong, if you apply what we've learned about Green and learn from the past.
Legendary Madison.com sports writer Tom Oates joins the Cheesehead Rado gang tonight for a great talk about your Green Bay Packers. Don't miss this rare interview and join in the fun with No Huddle Radio!
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