The Packers’ passing game came alive and overcame the special teams’ blunders to beat Chicago and clinch the team’s second straight NFC North championship.
On Monday evening punter Tim Masthay joins the Locker Room show on Ch. 5 in Green Bay while kicker Mason Crosby joins Clubhouse Live in Appleton.
Despite a lifeless offense, adding two names to the lengthy list of injuries and having absolutely no running game, the Packers found a way to win on Sunday.
Punter Tim Masthay will be the player guest on head coach Mike McCarthy’s weekly television show aired statewide.
The Packers locked up punter Tim Masthay through 2016 with a new four-year deal signed Friday.
It’s never too early to start looking ahead to next offseason. CHTV breaks down the Packers’ free agent for the 2013 offseason.
And Aaron Rodgers will do his weekly interview on the ESPN Radio affiliates in Milwaukee and Madison.
Ryan Grant was a weapon running the ball Sunday for the Packers, and Marshall Newhouse looked lost against Tamba Hali. But who else earned our weekly distinctions in the Packers’ loss to the Chiefs on Sunday?
The Buffalo Bills attempted to sign quarterback Graham Harrell before he signed with the Packers. That and more in today’s Daily Links…
Randall Cobb, Mason Crosby, Tim Masthay and Brett Goode are a big reason the special teams are a whole lot better so far this season.
Tim Masthay’s net average on three punts on Sunday was 55.3 yards. For a point of comparison, the NFL leader in net average is 44.4 yards per punt.
Punter Tim Masthay was mentioned in the same breath as Jermichael Finley and Josh Sitton as a contract extension candidate.
From Mason Crosby finally breaking the 80% field goal percentage barrier to Brett Goode having the first bad snap of his career, we take a look at the best and worst possible outcomes for the Packers specialists in 2011.
Running back Brandon Jackson recently shared his thoughts on free agency. That and more in today’s Daily Links…
Erik Walden had fantastic outing and Bryan Bulaga fared poorly, but who else earned our weekly distinctions following the Packers’ 10-3 win over the Chicago Bears on Sunday?
Tim Masthay is quietly putting together one of the better punting performances in Packers franchise history.
Tramon Williams had another fantastic game, and the offensive line fared poorly. But who else received our weekly distinctions from the Packers’ 7-3 loss to the Lions?
Masthay becomes the first punter since Craig Hentrich in 1994 to receive such an honor. That an more in our Daily Links…
Aaron Nagler & Corey Behnke talk Green Bay Packers with Packer Punter Tim Masthay as well as the Shut Out of the JETS.