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Peppers feels right at home

The Green Bay Packers return from a mandated off day yesterday and hit the practice field for the fourth time in training camp this morning.   Newly signed DE/outside linebacker Julius Peppers is trying to put his playing days in…

posted 2014/07/30 by Wisconsin Radio Network» Sports

Wisconsin’s Gordon gets insurance policy

According to a story in today’s Wisconsin State Journal (Tom Oates), Melvin Gordon has an insurance policy for his upcoming season at Wisconsin and it’s being paid for by the University of Wisconsin. Melvin passed on the NFL draft this…

posted 2014/07/30 by Wisconsin Radio Network» Sports

Nelson ranks among top paid receivers

Jordy Nelson’s new four-year contract extension worth $39.8 million, moves him from 32nd to 9th among NFL wide receivers in average salary. Nelson will average $9.7 million a season.  That number also moves him onto 4th place on the Green…

posted 2014/07/30 by Wisconsin Radio Network» Sports

Brewers waste Garza’s solid outing

Matt Garza worked seven innings, allowing a run on five hits before departing with a 1-1 tie.  Tampa Bay scored four times in the 8th inning to pull away for a 5-1 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers on Tuesday night.…

posted 2014/07/30 by Wisconsin Radio Network» Sports


Brewer bats quiet in loss to Rays

Former Milwaukee prospect Jake Odorizzi worked seven solid innings, holding his former employer to just three hits to lead the Tampa Bay Rays to a 2-1 win over the Brewers at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Florida Monday night. The…

posted 2014/07/29 by Wisconsin Radio Network» Sports


Nelson is in the fold, will Cobb be next?

When it came time to deciding which of the receivers to sign first, the Green Bay Packers gave Jordy Nelson a four-year contract extension worth nearly $40 million. One would assume that Randall Cobb would be next. But Cobb said…

posted 2014/07/27 by Wisconsin Radio Network» Sports

Gordon, Havenstein named Players to Watch

The Big Ten’s preseason football meetings are underway in Chicago today.   Wisconsin coach Gary Andersen is on hand for the next two days with junior tailback Melvin Gordon, senior offensive tackle Rob Havenstein and senior defensive lineman Warren Herring.…

posted 2014/07/27 by Wisconsin Radio Network» Sports

Packers: The pads go on today (Audio)

Sunday was the second day of workouts for the Green Bay Packers during training camp and defensive lineman Mike Daniels chewed out some of the offensive guys for getting too physical during a drill that was supposed to not have…

posted 2014/07/27 by Wisconsin Radio Network» Sports

Brewers blanked by Mets, split series

Jacob deGrom pitched 6 1/3 innings of shutout ball to help blank the Milwaukee Brewers 2-0 on Sunday at Miller Park.  The Mets victory earned them a split of the four-game series with the Brewers. Brewers right-handed rookie starter Jimmy…

posted 2014/07/27 by Wisconsin Radio Network» Sports

Nelson signs four-year deal

Jordy Nelson has quickly become one of the current faces of the franchise.  The Green Bay Packers rewarded him for that and his ability to catch footballs on the field, signing him to a four-year contract worth $39 million that…

posted 2014/07/27 by Wisconsin Radio Network» Sports

Brewers pull away late to beat the Mets

After blowing a late lead the night before, the Milwaukee Brewers bounced back on Saturday night to knock off the New York Mets 5-2 at Miller Park. Francisco Rodriguez was back on the hill to close out the 9th inning…

posted 2014/07/27 by Wisconsin Radio Network» Sports


Badgers picked to win Big Ten’s West Division

Ohio State has been picked to win the 2014 Big Ten football championship.  That according to a vote of 29 Big Ten Conference sportswriters who participated in a poll compiled by and the Plain Dealer. The Wisconsin Badgers were…

posted 2014/07/26 by Wisconsin Radio Network» Sports

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