All Entries Tagged With: "Mark Tauscher"

A couple years back I filed one of my first ever posts for CheeseheadTV. It was breaking down Mike McCarthy's ultimate 53-man roster.

Part of the fun (and all of the frustration) of every draft is that even the "sure things" aren't actually sure things.

Around this time every year you can find a surplus of 53-man roster predictions for every team throughout the NFL. Predicting the opening day...

The Packers fullback and former offensive lineman can be heard at noon CT on the radio dial in Milwaukee.

The Tauscher and Kuhn Show hits the airwaves Tuesday on 620 AM WTMJ in Milwaukee and streamed worldwide online.

Current Green Bay Packers fullback John Kuhn and former offensive lineman Mark Tauscher are teaming up to launch a new radio show during the 2014...

Packers Linebacker, AJ Hawk will be in New Jersey in June taking part of the7th Annual "NFL Broadcast Boot Camp"....

Former Packer Tackle, Mark Tauscher spoke with CheeseheadTV's own Aaron Nagler with Bleacher Report on Monday.

John Kuhn and Mark Tauscher will team up with LPGA golfers during a practice round for the U.S. Women's Open in Wisconsin on Monday.

News that Mark Tauscher didn't pass his physical elicited response from Packer bloggers. That and more in our Blog Roundup...

Defensive lineman Mike Neal participated in team drills for the first time this training camp. That and more in today's Daily Links...

The veteran offensive tackle apparently will not retire.

Reports have said the Packers are releasing Nick Barnett, Brandon Chillar, Justin Harrell and Brady Poppinga, but nothing has been said about Mark Tauscher, as of yet.

In a local radio interview Aaron Rodgers called retaining James Jones a priority for the Packers. That and more in our Packers blog roundup...

Veteran offensive lineman Mark Tauscher has the option to go out on top with a retirement and a Super Bowl ring to go along with it.

Offensive lineman Mark Tauscher yesterday addressed his future with the Packers. That and more in today's Daily Links...

Injury news to Mark Tauscher highlights our daily look into the world of Green Bay football...

Tramon Williams looked good and Mark Tauscher fared poorly, but who else earned our weekly designations?

Clay Matthews performed well and the offensive tackles weren't up to par, but who else received our weekly blue, red & cow chips from the Packers 27-20 win over the Eagles?

Josh Sitton becomes one of the best, young offensive linemen in the NFL in our best case scenario, Chad Clifton eventually loses his starting job to Bryan Bulaga in our worst. Read on to find out what else could be in store for the offensive linemen this season.

The band is back together again. From Jason Wilde over at ESPNMilwaukee.com: One day after doling out contract extensions to safety Nick Collins and Ryan Pickett, and one week after bringing back veteran left tackle Chad Clifton, the Packers agreed to terms on a two-year deal with veteran right tackle Mark Tauscher Saturday, an NFL source said.

That’s the word from Mike McCarthy via our good friend Brian Carriveau from Railbird Central. I know Packers fans (and Jason Wilde) have been clamoring for Tauscher to be resigned and I recognize what he meant to the offense last year – he basically came in and saved not only the offense, but the season.

I characterized the lack of an obvious starting right tackle as the 'silent problem' back in early February.

Tauscher's version:

Almost everything written about the Packers over the course of the past month has been focused on the defense, and for good reason. But the silent...

In a NFL media landscape that chooses to focus large amounts of time to a small group of players making trouble off the field, we here at...

It's only been two games, but the play of Mark Tauscher should not be ignored. Put plainly - he isn't playing very well.

Peter King has named Mark Tauscher one of his 'Offensive Players of the Week'.

Patrick Kerney is getting all sorts of press after an outstanding regular seaso

Everyone who follows the Packers knows what needs to happen for the team to improve it's offensive production.

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