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Preliminary deer hunt numbers coming Tuesday

Area deer hunters will get a taste of what the harvest was like across the state when the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources releases the preliminary numbers on Tuesday. 


They will release a second round of data from this year's gun season on Tuesday, December 1st as well. According to the DNR, a more detailed registration data summary for all deer hunting seasons will be available after all 2020 deer hunting seasons close.


As of November 17th, Door County hunters have harvested 1,237 deer including 609 bucks. Kewaunee County hunters have harvested 981 deer including 493 bucks.


You can email to show off your trophy deer on our buck board at 

Packers fall short to the Colts in OT

The Green Bay Packers faced the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium on Sunday falling short of victory in a heavily contested overtime matchup, 31-34. 


For the second consecutive game, the Packers did not score on the opening drive but were able to put up the first score of the game with a 25-yard touchdown catch to Robert Tonyan from Aaron Rodgers. After the Colts put a drive together of their own, the score finished 7-7 in the first quarter. Green Bay entered halftime ahead 28-14 with a trio of scores, one coming from Aaron Jones on the ground, another from Davante Adams through the air for a 5-yard scoring reception and a last second 4-yard touchdown pass to Jamaal Williams. 


Green Bay kicked off the second half to the Colts, giving Indianapolis the opportunity to kick a field goal, making it a 28-17 game. After the Packers managed a three and out drive, Indianapolis drove down the field with a combination of running and passing plays that led to a touchdown and 2-point conversion putting the Colts in reach, 25-28. Fourth quarter play started with Indianapolis tacking on back-to-back field goals to go ahead 31-28. Green Bay was saved by the Colts who consumed 6 holding calls late in the fourth quarter, which led to a Packers scoring opportunity with 1:25 left to play. Aaron Rodgers threw a 47-yard bomb to Marquez Valdes-Scantling that set up Mason Crosby for a game-tying field goal, sending the contest to overtime, 31-31. Green Bay received the ball to kick off overtime that started their offensive drive with a crucial fumble play that gave Indianapolis an opportunity to set up for what would be the game winning field goal. The 31-34 loss puts Green Bay to 7-3 on the season and out of the first-round bye spot in the NFC heading into week 12 against the Chicago Bears. 

Gamblers fall short to Chicago

The Green Bay Gamblers trade goal for goal in a heavily contested matchup in a return trip back home against the Chicago Steel.


Team captain Jesse Tucker tallied the first goal of the game and his first goal of the year to put Green Bay up 1-0 half-way through the first period. The Steel fired right back with a score of their own at the 13:07 minute mark bringing the match to a tie game. The Steel scored a goal within two minutes into the second period, putting Green Bay down 1-2. The Gamblers shot back with a second period score of their own by Camden Thiesing, assisted by Jake Schmaltz and Ryan Kirwan. Minutes after the Gamblers tied the game, the Steel hit a go ahead powerplay score making it 3-2 at the 7:35 minute mark. Ryan Greene scored at the beginning of the period to tie the game 3-3, the assist came from Damien Carfagna. 


After three-periods of play the Gamblers and Steel remained tied at 3-3 sending the game into overtime. The five minute overtime did not give ample time to either team. The match came down to a shootout that favored Chicago 4-3, giving the Gamblers back-to-back losses, both coming against the Steel. Green Bay faces Chicago in a home match on Wednesday at 7:05 p.m., Tobin Meyer will have the call on 104.1 WRLU and

Packers, Colts prime time

The Green Bay Packers are scheduled for prime time this Sunday. 


The Packers will take on the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium this Sunday. The two teams were initially slated for a noon start time until the league announced earlier this month that the contest would start at 3:25 p.m. Green Bay is coming into the matchup at the top of the NFC North with a 7-2 record while the Colts are 6-3 in the AFC South standings. Aaron Rodgers and company will face opposing quarterback, Phillip Rivers who is 38 years-old and in his first year with the Colts. Packers will look to have star receiver Davante Adams as he was officially cleared to play for Sunday's matchup, while teammate Kevin King who was initially cleared for Sunday is now dealing with an achilles injury that puts him in question for the game. Punter JK Scott will be unavailable this Sunday and Green Bay addressed Scott’s unavailability by signing punter Drew Kaser according to Green Bay finds themselves entering week 11 tied for the best record in the NFC.


Other notable injuries: Tyler Ervin (wrist/ribs injury) and A.J. Dillon (COVID-19)

Badgers suffer first loss of the season

The Wisconsin Badgers suffer first loss of the season and fall out of first place in the Big Ten West Conference standings. 


The Badgers could not find a way to beat the Northwestern Wildcats Saturday night but instead beat themselves with 5 turnovers to Northwestern's 1. The game started with a Wildcat strike from quarterback  Peyton Ramsey, but the Badgers fired right back with a Graham Mertz passing touchdown to receiver Chimere Dike. The Badgers remained scoreless the rest of the first half while Northwestern scored another passing touchdown to go ahead 14-7 heading into the locker room. The second half was a defensive battle between both teams resulting in a scoreless effort by the Badgers while Northwestern tacked on a fourth quarter field goal to go up 17-7 which ended up being the final score. The Badgers committed eight penalties that went for 89 yards, including 4 pass interferences, 3 of them coming in the first half. Wisconsin’s loss puts them at 2-1 overall, good enough for second place in the Big Ten conference. The Badgers look to bounce back next weekend when they face off for the border axe battle against Minnesota.

Bucks continue to make moves

The Milwaukee Bucks continue to restructure their roster as Bucks general manager Jon Horst struck deals with three key free-agent players on Saturday. 


Guard, D.J. Augustin signed with Milwaukee for a three-year deal worth $21 million and forward Bobby Portis signed for a two-year contract worth $7.5 million with a player option for the second year of the deal according to ESPN’s Adrain Wojnarowski. Free-agent shooting guard Pat Connaughton will re-sign with Milwaukee for a three-year deal over $16 million after ESPN’s Wojnarowski found that Excel Sports Management restructured the original deal from a $8 million two-year agreement on Friday night.


 Augustin spent last season with the Orlando Magic and was utilized as the primary backup point guard that averaged 10.5 points per game while playing over 24 minutes per game. Portis, 25-years-old will come into the organization spending time with the Chicago Bulls, Washington Wizards and most recently New York Knicks. The power forward has accumulated a 5.9 career rebound per game average while shooting 45% from the field. These acquisitions come shortly after the departure of Ersan Illyasova and Robin Lopez.

Gamblers suffer first loss of the season

The Green Bay Gamblers could not keep up with the Chicago Steel Friday night in Bensenville, losing 7-3.


The Steel jumped all over Matt Davis, scoring five of their seven goals in the game's first 27 minutes. The Gamblers did start the game on a positive note with Cam Thiesing scoring his first goal of the season, receiving the puck from Mason Lohrei and Jesse Tucker. The Steel then rattled off six straight goals, led by Matthew Coronato's two goals and one assist during that span. Thiesing found the back of the net with help from Jake Schmaltz to stop the streak. The two teams traded goals in the third period with Kyler Grundy scoring his second goal.


The venue switches to the Resch Center Saturday night as the Gamblers host the Steel at 7:05 p.m. Tobin Meyer will have the call on 104.1 WRLU and streaming worldwide at 

Packers are getting healthier

The Green Bay Packers have been missing some key players on both sides of the ball.


Green Bay defensive back, Kevin King was a full participant in practice today, his third day in a row and is signifying a probable chance to play on Sunday. As for his defensive backfield teammate in Jaire Alexander who participated in the full practice, will need to gain full medical clearance before granting a return, he is slowly recovering from his concussion that occured in week 9. Offensive superstar receiver Davante Adams has been pacing himself this week in preparation for Sunday’s game against the Indianapolis Colts. Adams tweaked his ankle during last week's game and remains limited in practice. caught up with head coach Matt Lafleur today, speaking on Adams' situation "I think he's made good progress, he should be good to go." If Adams plays this Sunday, the Packers’ offense will have Adams, Aaron Jones and Allen Lazard all together, which will be the first time since week 2.

Brewers promote internally

The Milwaukee Brewers announced yesterday that they have an internal promotion in the front office management staff. 


Matt Arnold, senior vice president and general manager of the Brewers, previously held the senior vice president and assistant general manager position. The announcement came yesterday directly from president of baseball operations, David Stearns. In addition to Stearns announcing Arnold's new role: “For the past five years, Matt has served an invaluable role in helping to guide our baseball operations group. He has contributed to every significant decision we have made and has offered indispensable advice and support throughout his time with the Brewers. Today’s announcement formalizes how we have operated over the last few years. This move provides Matt with the deserved recognition of his tireless work and ensures that our baseball operations leadership group remains intact.” Throughout Arnold's time, Milwaukee ranks in the National League's top five for win percentage. Before arriving in Milwaukee, Arnold spent seasons with the Los Angeles Dodgers, Texas Rangers, Cincinnati Reds and Tampa Bay Rays, which he was a part of the Rays' first World Series appearance.

Badgers, Wildcats battle of the unbeatens

The University of Wisconsin football team is looking to stay undefeated this weekend. Wisconsin will visit the Northwestern Wildcats on Saturday at 2:30 p.m. to see who will control the west side of the conference and remain on the path to the College Football Playoffs. Wisconsin is 2-0 and ranked 10th in the Nation after dominating the Michigan Wolverines last weekend. The Wildcats are 4-0 and ranked 19th in the Associated Press poll after a team victory last weekend over Purdue University. The Badgers come into this game leading the Big Ten in scoring with 47.0 points per game (ppg) while Northwesterns’ defensive unit only allows 14.0 ppg. This year each team have new faces under the center; undefeated redshirt freshman Graham Mertz will be starting his third career game as quarterback while Northwestern’s honorable-mention All-Big Ten quarterback Peyton Ramsey is a graduate student in his final year of eligibility. The two programs squared off last season and time of possession favored the Badgers, giving them the victory (24-15). 

Gamblers look to continue early success

The Green Bay Gamblers are looking to stay perfect at the top of the league. Green Bay is 3-0 and has had great success this far, both from team play and individual performances; Mason Lorhei has cultivated back-to-back game winners over the last two games, awarding him the team’s player of the week title, while goaltender Matt Davis continues to shine with 82 saves on the season. Gamblers head coach and general manager Pat Mikesch tends to agree:



The Gamblers are looking ahead to a three-game stretch versus the Chicago Steel. One game will be played in Geneva, Illinois this Friday at 7:05 p.m. and the remaining two games will be at the Resch Center on Saturday night and next week Wednesday. Chicago is coming off a season opening loss against the Muskegon Lumberjacks, while Green Bay has three quality games of play under their belt. NEW Radio Sports Network will broadcast the game on 104.1 WRLU and on

Shooting a priority for Bucks draft class

The Milwaukee Bucks took a pair of shooters with their draft selections Wednesday night. The Bucks initially had the 24th overall pick, but that was given to the New Orleans Pelicans in the deal for Jrue Holiday. 


The aftermath of recent trade and draft acquisitions put the Bucks draft selections into the second-round for picks No. 45 and No. 60. Jordan Nwora out of the University of Louisville was selected as the 45th pick, the 6-foot-7, 22-year-old is a small forward that was on the path to third team All-American honors last season according to USBWA. Nwora is recognized as a strong shooter because of his 40%  three-point success rate. He averaged 18 points and over 7 rebounds in his last season with Louisville. In June of 2018 Nwora played for his father in the FIBA World Cup qualifiers and averaged over 21 points with 8 rebounds.


With the final pick of the draft, the Bucks picked Sam Merrill of Utah State University. Merrill is noted as one of the drafts premier shot makers. The 24-year-old, 6-foot-5 guard earned the 2019 Mountain West Player of the Year award, while he averaged nearly 20 points a game, draining 41% from the three point line and making 89% of his free throw shots. The Bucks rookie draft class will have a short turnaround compared to previous draft class years as the first game is set for December 22nd.

Mets denied access to Brewer's GM Stearns

The New York Mets and company have been soul searching for a new front office member. David Stearns, president of baseball operations for the Milwaukee Brewers, was listed as an interview prospect, but the Brewers denied the opportunity. The underlying motive comes with Stearns growing up in New York as a Mets fan and that he began his MLB employment in the Mets organization after graduating from Harvard. Milwaukee took action to decline this occurrence from happening earlier this week, Stearns signed a private multi-year contract extension in 2019 that brought him a promotion from general manager to his current rank.

Giannis, Bucks future at stake

Back-to-back NBA MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo of the Milwaukee Bucks remains focused on the season with all the activity occurring. He will be joined by two recent acquisitions this 2020-21 season in former Sacramento Kings forward Bogdan Bogdanovic and former New Orleans Pelicans guard Jrue Holiday. Antetokoumpo looks for the Bucks to win a championship, recently telling journalist Alexander Nilsson "There are a lot of rumors. Everyone has opinions. But at the end of the day, I will do what is best for my family. I do not see why I could not be in Milwaukee for several years. As long as Milwaukee and I are on the same page when it comes to being one of the best teams in the league and winning championships, that's fine.” Antetokounmpo is looking to sign a five-year supermax extension this offseason around $220 million, if the deal does not go through, free agency is an option.

Blizzard schedule released

The Green Bay Blizzard have finalized their 2021 season schedule. After a season cancellation in 2020, the long wait is over for Blizzard nation. Sunday, March 28th at 3:05 p.m. Green Bay will kick off their season against the Sioux Falls Storm. Sioux Falls will host the game and is coming off a season's rest as well, prior to last season, Sioux Falls went 11-3 for a third place finish. Green Bay will look for a quality start after they finished 4th at 9-5 on the year. The first Resch Center home game is Saturday, April 3rd versus the Louisville Xtreme for a 7:05 p.m. kickoff. The full season schedule is available at   

Bucks prepare for Draft

The Milwaukee Bucks have reshaped their roster early this morning, making moves to push for a championship. Milwaukee looks forward to the draft tomorrow night at 6 p.m. because they hold the 24th pick overall. According to, top Bucks draft projections include: Desmond Bane of Texas Christian University, Josh Green out of the University of Arizona, Killian Tillie of Gonzaga University and Malachi Flynn of San Diego State University. Milwaukee will look to select a player that can walk right into the rotation for the 2020 draft.

UWGB men's basketball reveal non-conference schedule

The UWGB men’s basketball team added their non-conference schedule today. The team scheduled five non-conference games to their 2020-21 season all in a three-week stretch. The Phoenix will open on the road against a power five school in the Minnesota Gophers on November 25th and face 7th ranked in-state opponent Wisconsin on December 25th at the Kohl Center. UWGB will return home at the Kress Center versus Eastern Illinois December 5th and hit the road for a pair of games against Marquette on December 8th and Northern Iowa on December 12th. Conference play will occur seven days later when they host UW-Milwaukee on December 19th and 20th.

Remembering Paul Hornung

1956 Heisman Trophy Winner of the Notre Dame Irish and Green Bay Packer legend Paul Hornung passed away late last week after a long battle with dementia. Former Green Bay Packer coach Vince Lombardi described him as “the greatest player I ever coached” and will be remembered by the sports world as the “Golden Boy”. Hornung played nine seasons with the Packers and contributed four of those seasons to NFL championships while leading the league in scoring from 1959 to 1961. In 1985 Hornung was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame and one year later was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. NFL commissioner Roger Godell said in a statement " Paul Hornung thrilled a generation of NFL fans with his versatility, athleticism and personality.” Hornung passed at the age of 84 and is survived by his wife of 41 years, Angela Hornung. Due to COVID-19 the Packers will hold a public celebration of his life on a later date.


David Bakhtiari, Packers sign record-setting deal

The Green Bay Packers offensive tackle David Bakhtiari agreed to a record-setting contract extension deal upon hours leading up to the Jacksonville Jaguar game. Bakhtiari signed a four-year contract worth $105.5 million in new money, making NFL history as the highest-paid offensive lineman ever. The base salary of the contract per year is $23 million with earning potential up to $23.5 million, while the signing bonus is $30 million, all payable before the end of the 2020-21 season. The 29 year-old was a fourth-round draft pick in 2013 out of the University of Colorado and has made two pro-bowls while being named an all-pro multiple times in his career.


Packers survive Jaguars

It was not as easy as the records would have indicated before the game as the Green Bay Packers squeaked past the Jacksonville Jaguars Sunday afternoon 24-20.


For the first time all year, the Packers did not score on its opening possession or the first quarter as the Jaguars entered the second stanza of the game up 3-0 thanks to a wind-aided field goal. The Packers would strike first in the second quarter when Aaron Rodgers hooked up with Marquez Valdes-Scantling for a 78-yard touchdown. The Jaguars would get the lead back a few minutes when Keelan Cole Jr. took a punt 91 yards to make it 10-7. The Packers would end the half with a pair of scores, one coming on the legs of Aaron Rodgers from five yards out and Mason Crosby's foot to make it 17-10 at the break. Cole would find the endzone a second time in the third quarter, this time catching a 12-yard pass from Jake Luton to tie the game at 17. The Jaguars would take the lead briefly on a field goal to start the fourth quarter, but Rodgers was able to find an injured Davante Adams in the endzone for the game-winning score with just over nine minutes left in the game. Aaron Rodgers finished the game with 325 yards passing, three total touchdowns, and an interception.


The Packers will play again next Sunday on the road against the Indianapolis Colts at 3:25 p.m.

Packers, Jaguars second-half play underway

The Green Bay Packers will start the second half of their season this Sunday at Lambeau Field. Green Bay will give a cold welcome to the Jacksonville Jaguars as the weather calls for snow at game time. Green Bay enters this game with a 6-2 win-loss record while Jacksonville has one win on the season.


The two teams have met six times at Lambeau Field over their matchup history in which the Packers have a 4-2 record against the Jaguars. Jacksonville will be starting rookie sixth-round pick, Jake Luton, for the second consecutive week because starter Gardner Minshew is healing a thumb injury. Green Bay will be led by Aaron Rodgers and have Jamaal Williams back in the lineup to complement Aaron Jones. Jones is coming back for his second straight week as he carried the ball 15 times in his return in the win over the San Francisco 49ers. The last time the Packers played a home game they lost to the Minnesota Vikings. Both Allen Lazard and David Bakhtiari have been inactive for weeks but are projected to play for the Week 10 matchup. Defensively for the Packers, Kevin King could make a return while Jaire Alexander is under concussion protocol.  Kickoff will be at noon on FOX.

Gamblers post second straight comeback win over Phantoms

For the second time in three nights, the Green Bay Gamblers turned adversity into a win, beating the Youngstown Phantoms Saturday night 5-4. 


Kyler Grundy and Ryan Greene were able to tie the game up late in the first period, but the Gamblers would still find themselves down 3-2 entering the intermission thanks to a last-second goal by the Phantoms' Reilly Funk. Jake Schmaltz would tie the game up at three apiece four minutes into the second period and Jackson Kunz would help the Gamblers take the lead with his third goal of the season. The Gamblers would give the lead up with about six minutes left when Cole Burtch scored his third goal of the season for the Phantoms. With just over three minutes left in the game, it was Mason Lohrei who scored his second game-winning goal in as many games to help the Gamblers improve to 3-0 on the season. The Boston Bruins prospect also had an assist earlier in the game.


The Gamblers will play their first of three games against the Chicago Steel next Friday night in Bensenville before finishing the set at Resch Center next Saturday and the following Wednesday. Those two games will air on the NEW Radio Sports Network on 104.1 WRLU when the puck drops at 7:05 p.m.

Badgers look to bounce back into Big Ten play

The Wisconsin Badgers will be playing football for the first time since October 23rd. That night was the first for Big Ten Football in 2020, it included an explosive performance by redshirt freshman Graham Mertz who had 5 passing touchdowns. Mertz is eligible to play according to the Big Ten’s requirement that states a player must sit 21 days after a positive test. Paul Chryst will have the final say on if Mertz will play and if he has had enough practice prior to Saturday. The Badgers have not played for consecutive weeks and have had turbulent practices throughout the time off, so there is an unknown of who is and isn't available for Saturday. The Michigan Wolverines are 1-2 following back-to-back losses against Michigan State and Indiana, sixth-year head coach Jim Harbaugh came into the season ranked No.15 in the Coaches Poll but have not lived up to the preseason ranking. Wisconsin plays in Ann Arbor, Michigan against the Wolverines on Saturday at 6:30 p.m.


Gamblers look to sweep Phantoms

The Green Bay Gamblers are looking for deja vu against the Youngstown Phantoms this weekend. Green Bay is coming off a 4-3 victory on Thursday night over the Phantoms and looks to sweep on Saturday night to improve to 3-0 on the season. Youngstown is now 1-1 on the year after the loss to the Gamblers. Phantom forward Cole Burtch heads into the matchup leading the USHL in points with 2 goals and 3 assists, while Green Bay’s leading scorer is Jackson Kunz with 2 goals and 1 assist, placing him 4th in USHL scoring. The puck drops at 7:05 p.m. on Saturday at the Resch Center. NEW Radio Sports Network will broadcast the game on 104.1 WRLU and on


Local talent Jack Severin commits to Division I

Jack Severin out of Kewaunee High School has signed his National Letter of Intent. Severin announced that he will join the University of Wisconsin Badger wrestling team. Over Severin’s high school career he has compiled multiple awards: 141-11 record, three-time state qualifier, three-time WIAA All-State Wrestling team, three-time All Packerland Conference, Packerland Conference Wrestler of the Year, three-time All-State Academic wrestling team and won the 2020 Division III WIAA State Championship as a junior. Severin spoke with NEW Radio Sports Network;



Severin will finish his Kewaunee High School academic and athletic career in the spring of 2021. 


Packerland announces all-conference

The Packerland Conference announced the fall volleyball all-conference awards earlier this week. The Oconto Blue Devils placed the most first-team selections with four players chosen as all-conference. The Eagles, Clippers, and Pioneers moved their volleyball seasons to the Spring. 







NAME                                       SCHOOL                                  YEAR               POSITION

Kate Bahrke                              Oconto                                     Sophomore       Setter

Cora Behnke                             Oconto                                     Senior               All-Around

Tori Jandt                                 Peshtigo                                   Junior               Libero

Hannah Moe                              Oconto                                     Junior               Front Row

Josie Nelson                             NEW Lutheran-Providence         Senior               Setter

Emma Walkowiak                      Oconto                                     Senior               Libero

Grace Wickman                         Peshtigo                                   Senior               Back Row

Greta Wise                                NEW Lutheran-Providence         Sophomore       All-Around

Jaclyn Wise                              NEW Lutheran-Providence         Senior               All-Around



NAME                                       SCHOOL                                  YEAR               POSITION

Lianna Baxter                            Oconto                                     Junior               Front Row

Lexi Dhein                                 NEW Lutheran-Providence         Freshman          Libero

Allison Dudka                           Peshtigo                                   Senior               Front Row

Stephanie Frappy                      NEW Lutheran-Providence         Senior               Front Row

Allison Peters                            Peshtigo                                   Sophomore       Front Row

Leah Schmidt                            NEW Lutheran-Providence         Junior               Front Row

Bailey Scholz                            NEW Lutheran-Providence         Senior               All-Around

Maggie Sohrweide                     Oconto                                     Junior               Back Row



NAME                                       SCHOOL                                  YEAR               POSITION

Cora Behnke                             Oconto                                     Senior               Outside Hitter

Phoenix women are keeping it local

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Phoenix women's basketball team added two players with northeast Wisconsin ties as a part of its 2021 recruiting class. Maddy Schreiber is a 6’0” guard/forward from Kimberly who is a 2020 All-State Team Honorable Mention, while Callie Genke is a 6’0” guard from Freedom that is a two-time All-State team selection.  They will join Bailey Butler (South Wayne, Wi.) and Jenna Guyer (Circle Pines, Minn.), who also signed their National Letter of Intent earlier this week.

Gamblers look forward to Youngstown on 104.1 WRLU

The Green Bay Gamblers are looking to improve to 2-0 to start the season. Green Bay opened with a 4-2 win against the Muskegon Lumberjacks at the Resch Center on November 7th. The victory came with a slow start with Muskegon off to the races scoring two goals in the first period but was led back with Jackson Kunz (2 goals) at the helm. Head coach Pat Mikesch told NRSN during his weekly podcast that he was happy with how the team responded after being put in the early hole.

The Youngstown Phantoms are 1-0 as they are coming off a 5-3 win over Dubuque Fighting Saints. Mikesch expects this game to be more physical than what they dealt with against Muskegon. 

This week Green Bay will square off against the Phantoms on Thursday at 7:05 p.m. and on Saturday for a 7:05 p.m. puck drop. NEW Radio Sports Network will broadcast the game on 104.1 WRLU and on





Packers activate Jordan Love off COVID list

The Green Bay Packers announced earlier this week that they have activated rookie quarterback Jordan Love after being on the reserve/COVID-19 list. The former Utah State standout was placed on the list last week along with teammate Krys Barnes. General manager Brian Gutekunst made the announcement that Love will be ready for team activities after a couple necessary steps. The first-round pick is still listed as the third-string quarterback behind Tim Boyles and Aaron Rodgers.

Blizzard add more to roster

The Green Bay Blizzard indoor football team continues to make moves this offseason. The Blizzard announced earlier this week that they have re-signed defensive lineman Vincent Char from Widener University. Earlier this month Green Bay re-signed another defensive lineman in Adawale Adeoye who was awarded Honorable Mention All-Mountain West in 2018. The last notable to resign is wide receiver Trevon Saunders from Urbana University.