Green Bay Packers
Steve, Bill & Jason talk with University of Washington Defensive Backs Coach Jimmy Lake, Voice of the Mariners Rick Rizz, Green Bay Packers Play by Play Voice Wayne Larrivee, Seattle Mariners Right-handed Reliever Carson Smith.
With the clock winding down, Russell Wilson — then a rookie in his third NFL game — scrambled and lofted a desperation pass from Green Bay’s 39-yard line into the end zone. After the officials ruled that Golden Tate had scored, the play instantly became known as “The Fail Mary,” and within days the NFL settled its labor dispute with referees.
Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy had a spectacular year in 2013, but improvement by Lacy and a healthy Aaron Rodgers, the Packers may just end up being the NFL’s most balanced offense in 2014.
After a difficult two seasons that saw Harvin miss 23 games overall due to ankle and hip injuries, Harvin is fully healthy once again and looks ready to explode this season.
Musicians + Sports: Jerrod Niemann on Dreams of Sports Commentating and Waiting to Hear Back from Aaron Rodgers
The “Drink to That All Night” singer-songwriter wants another stab at making NFL game picks for CBS Local after a less than stellar showing against fellow country artists including Justin Moore and Rodney Atkins back in 2012.
The NFL will be kicking off the 2014 season with a special performances from Pharrell Williams, Ariana Grande and Soundgarden, live from Century Link Field
In addition to working on memorizing new plays, making improvements and focusing on their skill sets – these guys are also taking in nature. From the mountains to the sea, these teams weren’t just getting their workout on, they’re training in some of the most scenic places in the U.S.
As many “12’s ” anticipated, the Seattle Seahawks will open defense of their Super Bowl championship on the home field Thursday night September 4 against Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers. From a travel […]
The Seahawks play Green Bay in the season opener, and play in San Francisco on Thanksgiving.
After so many seasons of trying to insulate his teams from the noise on the outside and shield players from nosey media, Mike Holmgren now finds himself on the other side. He may be a coach with Hall of Fame credentials, but he’s simply a fan, observer and part-time member of the media when it comes to Sunday’s NFC championship game between Seattle and San Francisco, two franchises he knows quite well.