In an interview with Politico, Green Bay Packers star defensive back Charles Woodson reiterated his support for Wisconsin working families who are locked in a battle with Republican Gov. Scott Walker, who has sought to strip them of their collective bargaining rights.
I feel like Wisconsin workers and workers in general should have their right to be a human and to have the right to fight for whatever rights they believe in.
A little over five weeks ago, I wrote a story which talked about the wish list for the Green Bay Packers via the draft and free agency for various positions on the team. When it came to the defensive line, I listed Lamarr Houston of... Read Post
Charles Woodson has been released by the Green Bay Packers. The veteran defensive back, who signed a five year deal before the 2010 season worth about $55 million, missed nine games last year due to injury. Woodson was set to make $... Read Post