San Francisco Bay Area-based designer Colin Selig repurposes old propane tanks to create an amazing array of sofas and chairs. The smooth, sculptural seats require no extra material, and Selig has plans to license the design so that local craftspeople can
The last time we saw the Green Bay Packers in action, the San Francisco 49ers had a field day at Candlestick Park as they cruised to a 45-31 victory. Quarterback Colin Kaepernick's 181 rushing yards and two touchdowns were no small part of the 49ers' victory. Show More Summary
A Wisconsin man survived a bear attack thanks to his wife’s unique use of a shotgun. Gerre Ninnemann, 74, and his wife, Marie Ninnemann, 71, from Green Bay, Wis., were at a cabin in Silver Cliff, Wis., on Wednesday afternoon when the husband saw a...
How awesome are Green Bay Packers fans? Awesome enough to have their own reality show on cable. TBS announced at its Upfront in New York this week that it is developing an unscripted program featuring cheeseheads that will -- fittingly...Show More Summary
The Green Bay Packers have been very fortunate with their two starting quarterbacks over the past 21 years. Brett Favre started 252 consecutive games over 16 seasons with the Packers (starting in 1992) and won 160 games over that time, in addition to seven NFC North/Central divisional titles and a Super Bowl. Show More Summary
'Cheeseheads' will soon be taking over your television. TBS has given the go-ahead to a reality TV show about Green Bay Packers fans.
When someone makes a big financial investment in something, they usually try to protect it at all costs. Such is the case with the Green Bay Packers and their quarterback. Aaron Rodgers recently signed a $110 million extension, making him the highest paid player in NFL history (for the moment, anyway). Show More Summary
Brett Favre and the Green Bay Packers have not been on good terms lately. The two were a bit like friends you knew who dated and then broke up, then completely imploded. They couldn’t mention each other without throwing in some kind of snide comment, and couldn’t be in the same room together at the [...]Show More Summary
After leaving the team under less than ideal circumstances in 2008, Brett Favre may be on his way back home to the Green Bay Packers organization sooner rather than later, if the team's CEO has any say.
What's the statute of limitations on prodigal sons returning? Fox Sports Wisconsin reports the Green Bay Packers are ready to accept legendary quarterback Brett Favre back into the fold in some capacity. Mark Murphy, president and CEO of the team, stated as much to the website: We want to have (Favre) back in the family. Show More Summary
Back in February, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers made the first move in welcoming Brett Favre back into the Green Bay family. On Tuesday, the team took another step in that direction.
“We want to have (Favre) back in the family.” — Green Bay Packers CEO Mark Murphy, speaking to FOXSportsWisconsin. “NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.” — Everyone else, pleading to the heavens. Looks like Packers are [...] The post Good morning, campers. Guess who is back? His name rhymes with Brett Favre. appeared first on Kissing Suzy Kolber.
The NFL draft has come and gone and now comes the hard part for GM Ted Thompson and the Green Bay Packers. With another solid draft class in tow, Thompson and head coach Mike McCarthy will now get to work piecing together a roster of 53 players to open the 2013 season in San Francisco. Show More Summary
(AP photo/Jenny Aicher) Thanks to commentor Trollhattan, for this article from the Green Bay Press Gazette: MILWAUKEE — A Wisconsin boy wrote Vice President Joe Biden with an unusual suggestion for making the nation safer: Create guns that shoot chocolate bullets. On Monday, he got an unusual response: A handwritten note from Biden on vice [...]
Head coach Mike McCarthy and the coaching staff of the Green Bay Packers had an opportunity to see the 2013 rookie class, as well as second-years players at a mini-camp held this past weekend. McCarthy had a number of observations about the start of camp via Packers.com. Show More Summary
The Green Bay Packers go how their quarterback goes. And although Aaron Rodgers may be the best in the business, the Packers' offensive line is perhaps their biggest question mark headed into the upcoming season. Despite leading the NFL in passer rating in 2012, Rodgers was sacked 51 times—more than any other quarterback in the league. Show More Summary
The read-option offense may be new to the NFL, but its history in football stretches back decades. That doesn't mean NFL defensive coordinators know how to defend it. Numerous NFL teams—including the Green Bay Packers and Atlanta Falcons—have...Show More Summary
We spent far too much time last summer discussing the Green Bay Packers' backup quarterback situation. Presumptive No. 2 Graham Harrell struggled through some ugly-looking preseason appearances before locking down the job, at least for...Show More Summary
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers did, in fact, make an appearance in the penultimate episode of 'The Office' on Thursday. And, as we wrote earlier in the week, he served as a judge in an a cappella singing competition that involved -- you guessed it -- chaser of pipe dreams, Andy Bernard.
Former NFL cornerback Al Harris will officially retire as a Green Bay Packer. Harris played 14 seasons in the NFL, including seven with Green Bay (2003-09), five with Philadelphia (1998-2002) and one each with Miami (2010) and St. Louis (2011).