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Jan. 14, 1968: Packers rout Raiders to repeat as Super Bowl champions ( today ) Courtesy of
A look at some of the statistics that define the Packers' 13 NFL championships. Title 11 of 13: Packers win Super Bowl II Editor's note: Each week through the rest of the regular season and playoffs, we will take a look back at original newspaper accounts of the Green Bay Packers' 13 championship Yahoo! Thu, Jan 18
Gene Steratore of index card fame will referee Super Bowl LII ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
The NFL has announced that the 54-year-old referee will get the assignment for the Feb. 4 contest at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. Steratore will be quite familiar with the location: He just finished refereeing the Minnesota Vikings’ walk-off win over the New Orleans Saints on Jan. 14. Steratore, who has been refereeing NFL games since 2003 as well as NCAA basketball games since 1995, has been at the center of a couple of controversial calls over the past few seasons, most notably the Dez Bryant no catch against the Green Bay Packers in the 2015 playoffs. Yahoo! Wed, Jan 17
Bears Fan Danica Patrick Confirms She Is Dating Aaron Rodgers Courtesy of
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- Danica Patrick's heart is racing for Aaron Rodgers. Patrick, a Chicago Bears fan, confirmed Monday she is dating the Green Bay Packers quarterback. Rodgers split from actress Olivia Munn in 2017 after three years of dating Yahoo! Mon, Jan 15
Ranking the 10 greatest NFC championship games Courtesy of
Malcolm Smith’s interception off a pass Richard Sherman deflected is one of the greatest moments in NFC championship game history. There have been some remarkable games through the years to send teams to the Super Bowl. Only games after the 1970 AFL-NFL merger were considered (that eliminates the Green Bay Packers-Dallas Cowboys “Ice Bowl,” but let’s get this out of the way — had that been considered it would have been the No. 1 NFC game). Yahoo! Tue, Jan 16
Ed Policy named Packers’ COO ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
The Packers promoted Ed Policy to Chief Operating Officer and general counsel, the team announced Wednesday. Policy, the son of former 49ers president Carmen Policy, is seen as a potential successor to Packers president Mark Murphy. With Murphy taking on more football duties, Policy will have a greater Yahoo! Wed, Jan 17
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Joe Callahan Wesley College
Brett Hundley UCLA
Aaron Rodgers California
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Aaron Jones Texas-El Paso
Joe Kerridge Michigan
Devante Mays Utah State
Ty Montgomery Stanford
Aaron Ripkowski Oklahoma
Jamaal Williams Brigham Young
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Davante Adams Fresno State
Geronimo Allison Illinois
Michael Clark Marshall
Randall Cobb Kentucky
Trevor Davis
Jeff Janis Saginaw Valley
Jordy Nelson Kansas State
Herb Waters Miami (Fla.)
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Emanuel Byrd Marshall
Lance Kendricks Wisconsin
Richard Rodgers California
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Mason Crosby Colorado
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Montravius Adams Auburn
Kenny Clark UCLA
Mike Daniels Iowa
Quinton Dial Alabama
Dean Lowry
Chris Odom Arkansas State
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Vince Biegel Wisconsin
Ahmad Brooks Virginia
Kyler Fackrell Utah State
Reggie Gilbert Arizona
Blake Martinez
Clay Matthews USC
Nick Perry USC
Jake Ryan Michigan
David Talley Grand Valley State
Joe Thomas South Carolina State
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Kentrell Brice Louisiana Tech
Donatello Brown Valdosta State
Morgan Burnett Georgia Tech
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix Alabama
Marwin Evans Utah State
Demetri Goodson Baylor
Josh Hawkins East Carolina
Davon House New Mexico State
Josh Jones North Carolina State
Kevin King Washington
Lenzy Pipkins Oklahoma State
Damarious Randall Arizona State
Quinten Rollins Miami (OH)
Jermaine Whitehead Auburn