Brands have decided to try to speak up during these turbulent times, ranging from the impressive to the laughably tone-deaf. The Packers' recently released video statement, posted on social media Thursday morning, lands in the former category.
Before he hits airwaves on Monday morning, OnMilwaukee got to catch up with fan favorite John Kuhn to chat about his new show, how COVID-19 will affect the NFL now and later, and yes, why everyone should probably calm down about the Packers' draft.
Announced this morning, former Packers fullback favorite and two-time Super Bowl champ John Kuhn will join the station to host a new midday sports talk show, "Nine 2 Noon with Kuhn," with former Wisconsin Badgers basketball star Brian Butch.
"Hard work. Dedication. And the mindset that failure is not an option." That is how former Green Bay Packers great Willie Davis answered a question about the secrets behind his post-football career as a successful executive in the beer distributing and radio businesses.
It's been an absolutely bonkers week of news and announcements, so let's take a break for just five minutes and let the soothing sounds of NPR, Packers fandom and a handsome British accent take us away.
It wasn't all bad on Sunday night ... OK, it was about 97 percent bad. But here are a few of the more memorable moments and images from an ugly game we'll choose to never remember.
To help you find your escape from the snow - and hopefully a Sunday night to celebrate for years to come - here are more than a dozen bars around the city doing something a little extra special for this special game.
There's been a lot to discuss, debate and analyze in the lead-up to the massive Packers-Niners clash on Sunday. But what about the most important question: Who's got the better famous fans?
This Sunday, both the Green Bay Packers and the Kansas City Chiefs are vying for Super Bowl spots. If each wins its conference championship, Super Bowl LIV will be a rematch of the very first Super Bowl, in which the Packers topped the Chiefs, 35-10, in January 1967. Good luck finding a complete film of that game.
Call them unimpressive. Call them inconsistent. Call them the Cardiac Pack. But now you have to call them one win away from the Super Bowl too, as Green Bay shut down the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday night, 28-23.
With this list, no matter where you are in America, you won't be without America's true team - and friendly fans to cheer them on.
Are you lucky enough to be among the 80,000 people at Lambeau Field for a Green Bay Packers football game? The stadium has some excellent food options at its restaurants and concession stands. Here is a guide to eating at Lambeau Field.
Steve Ewing, with the help of his brother, Neal, plans to give away four tickets for free to Sunday's Packers NFC divisional playoff game against the Seattle Seahawks. "I want to pay it forward," says the lifelong season ticket holder.
No matter the game situation or the inter-city political machinations, there remains one shining light who will always overpower any ill will between Washington and Wisconsin sports fans: sweet, curly haired Russell Wilson.
For a 13-3 final record, the Packers sure had a regular season few fans would want to look back on. But let's take one final look back with eight key images from Green Bay's comeback victory over the Lions.