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Final Packer Transplants Of 2011 Season Tonight!

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Final Packer Transplants Of 2011 Season Tonight!

Join me and my co-host Corey Behnke tonight for the final installment of Packer Transplants LIVE for the 2011 Packers season at 9pm EST/8pm CST.

Corey and I are thrilled to be welcoming Rob Demovsky, Packers beat writer from the Green Bay Press Gazette as our very special guest this evening. We will talk about the heartbreaking loss to the Giants as well as take a look ahead at some of the tough decisions that await general manager Ted Thompson this offseason.

Of course, we'll also be joined by the best and brightest from around the Packers Blogosphere, including our own Brian CarriveauJayme Joers and John Rehor from Eat More Cheese as well as C.D. AngeliMax Ginsberg and Andrew Garda.

So make sure you come here to Cheesehead TV at 9pm est/8pm cst for the latest installment of the 2011 version of Packer Transplants. Not going to be by a computer? Download the Livestream app for your iPhone and watch the show on the go. You can also participate in the Live chat on the go with the Cover It Live app. And, as always, we'll have an archived version of the show up on the site shortly after we're done, as well as on iTunes.

However you end up watching, be sure to catch this and every episode from now until the end of the 2011 season.

Go Pack!

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