All Entries in the "Railbird Central" Category

Brian talks about informal player workouts, the Super Bowl ring ceremony and interviews Al Bracco of AllGreenBayPackers.com.

Brian touches on the Packers news of the day and talks to Chad Toporski of AllGreenBayPackers.com.

Brian interviews one of the newest members of the Green Bay Packers, linebacker D.J. Smith, a sixth-round draft choice from Appalachian State.

Today's guests were Rob Reischel, author of Aaron Rodgers: Leader of the Pack and Paul Guillemette of the website PigskinPaul.com

Today's guest is Packer fan Curt Cozad, a personal friend of San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow who was critically injured attending a Los Angeles Dodgers game.

Brian interviews Middle Tennessee State WR Garrett Andrews who's filed a class-action lawsuit against the NFL in response to the league lockout.

Brian interviews Sigmund Bloom of FootballGuys.com about the NFL Draft and Northern Illinois running back Chad Spann.

Brian talks about news coming out of the NFL owners meeting including proposed changes to kickoffs and a change in the Packers' training camp schedule.

Brian discusses the Cheesehead TV NCAA bracket challenge and the NFL Lockout.

Villanova offensive lineman and draft prospect Ben Ijalana joins us to talk about his preparations for a career in the NFL.

Brian Carriveau talks about the possibility of trading Matt Flynn along with covering news coming out of the NFL Combine in Indianapolis.

Brian takes a look at the offseason: franchise and transition tags, free agency and the upcoming NFL Combine.

Brian recaps the Green Bay Packers' win in the Super Bowl with an eye toward the offseason.

In addition to previewing the Super Bowl, we talk to Michael Schottey of Drafttek.com who's in Mobile, Ala. for a Senior Bowl update, including some info on Casey Matthews.

Brian takes calls, reviews the NFC Championship victory, and looks ahead to the Packers' visit to Dallas for the Super Bowl.

Brian takes calls and looks at the Packers' upcoming matchup against the Bears on the oft-criticized Soldier Field.

Brian breaks down the upcoming Packers matchup with the Falcons in the Divisional round of the NFL playoffs.

Brian breaks down the long-shot scenario it would take for Asomugha to come to Green Bay and what the Packers would do in the secondary if they happened to sign him.

Brian gives his take on the headlines of the day and breaks down the Packers' upcoming matchup with the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday in the Wild Card round of the playoffs.

Brian wonders whether Clay Matthews is the Defensive Player of the Year and weighs in on the Pro Bowl voting.

Among other topics, Brian wonders if Brandon Jackson is becoming one of the best third down backs in the NFL.

Brian takes calls and interview Alex Tallitsch of the Packers Lounge who joins us to talk about the Packers' impressive defense and how he's underwhelmed by Atari Bigby.

Our interview guest on today's show was Associated Press writer Adam Czech who joined us to talk Packers, Vikings and even hunting.

Brian discusses the left guard situation and who may replace Daryn Colledge if he's not able to play in Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys.

Brian discusses the potential activation of Al Harris and Atari Bigby from the PUP list, whether they'll return to the starting lineup and who the Packers may cut to make room for them.

Brian talks about how Desmond Bishop, Tramon Williams, Cullen Jenkins and others will become free agents at season's end, Jets-Packers too.

Brian Carriveau talks about the hot topics of the day including Brandon Jackson's best ever performance as a Packer, according to head coach Mike McCarthy.

Laura Quinn-Hawk, wife of Packers linebacker A.J. Hawk, was our guest on the show today to talk Packers-Vikings and also about some of the Hawks' charity work.

Topics include defensive lineman Mike Neal's injury and Aaron Rodgers' return to practice as well as some trade talk.

West coast college football recruiting analyst Jerry McKune joins us to give an insider's look at Aaron Rodgers, Clay Matthews and Chastin West before they became pros.

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