The Super Bowl and protests in Wisconsin may seem worlds apart to you, but members of the Packers have issued a statement supporting state workers and their right to collective bargaining.
The uprising that swept Tunisia, Egypt, and parts of Europe is showing signs of blossoming across the United States. In Wisconsin, public employees an...
None of the Packers who've spoken out have had the profile, respect, or cultural currency of the latest member of the team to stand strong with Wisconsin's working families: Charles Woodson.
There are moments in history when silence itself becomes a political stand. For Aaron Rodgers, the Green Bay Packers Super Bowl MVP quarterback, this is one of those moments.
Walker has unveiled plans to strip all public workers of collective bargaining rights. Then, Walker proclaimed that resistance to these moves would be met with a response from the Wisconsin National Guard. Seriously.
I have yet to encounter a single American crew member. In what can only be described as a Shyamalanian flash of revelation, I realized earlier this morning that this disconnect did not bother me.
You likely didn't know it, but an event of equal stature and greater significance took place in Abu Dhabi just as the Super Bowl after parties were wrapping up.
It turns out that the influence of the arts may go far beyond the audience retention benefits of Glee: Green Bay Packers players had been adding a bit of the secret weapon of the arts to their own game arsenals.
As we head into an offseason dominated -- lockout or not -- by the business of football, it is good to know that the emotion and pride that being a fan can bring are still flourishing.
The NFL keeps scrambling. Now those 400 fans who got screwed out of their Super Bowl seats can choose any future Super Bowl they want to attend. They'll also get free airfare and a hotel.
I couldn't have done it without the team. That's the first thing you need to know, it was a total team effort, top to bottom.
Jerry Jones has only himself to blame for the Super Debacle. He wanted this to be the biggest, most extravagant Super Bowl ever -- and now he knows how Icarus must have felt.
Congrats on your Super Bowl win, Packers. Now move over, because everyone's already talking about who has the best shot at stealing your title. Sp...
Well, at least if the Pack was going to knock my Eagles out in the wildcard round, it wasn't in vain.
As a motivational tool, Packers coach Mike McCarthy had his players fitted for their Super Bowl rings the night before the game. Wonder what Jets coach Rex Ryan would have done? Super Bowl shoes and socks?
For once in the past year Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger told the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.