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Sports - Aug. 22, 2014
Packers put together complete game in victory
In the one preseason game that "mattered," the starting offensive and defensive units for the Green Bay Packers put together an impressive first half of football that led to a victory over the Oakland Raiders Friday night at Lambeau Field.
Sports - Aug. 22, 2014
Trust is in the details for Rodgers, receivers
It's not all about physical ability, at least not in Green Bay. Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers requires his pass catchers to be mentally sharp in order to gain trust in them. And that comes from studying up on the details of the position, and the offense.
Sports - Aug. 21, 2014
Bostick poised for a breakthrough with Packers
In the National Football League, it is rare that a player gets a chance to truly develop. Brandon Bostick has had that chance in Green Bay, beginning as an undrafted wide receiver who made the practice squad. Now, he's competing to become the starting tight end for the Packers. He feels his time is now.
Sports - Aug. 20, 2014
Doctor details the problems with oblique injuries for Brewers, Packers
Key members of the Milwaukee Brewers and Green Bay Packers have suffered oblique injuries this year, but it has affected each differently. OnMilwaukee.com caught up with Dr. Omar Darr of Aurora Health Care to explain what those injuries mean and how they can affect the two sports (and their positions) differently.
Sports - Aug. 19, 2014
Parra brings stellar defense to Brewers outfield
It wasn't the move anyone expected, and it certainly wasn't the one many who root for the Milwaukee Brewers hoped for, but the non-waiver trade deadline acquisition of Gerardo Parra has paid immediate dividends for a club that needed a veteran, left-handed bat and a stellar defensive option at either corner of the outfield.
Milwaukee Buzz - Aug. 19, 2014
Why I did the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
I participated in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge this week, and it went out over Facebook and Twitter, but I'm fortunate to have larger platform here at OnMilwaukee.com to explain why.
Sports - Aug. 18, 2014
No time for golf? Play nine
The game of golf is losing more players than it's gaining, and one of the primary complaints is that in today's fast-paced world, it simply takes too long to play. One way to get your fix is to just play nine holes. It's an idea the Milwaukee County courses, and even golf's governing bodies, are promoting.
Sports - Aug. 15, 2014
IndyCar's best returns to the Mile
IndyCar's best drivers, including Indianapolis 500 winner Ryan Hunter-Reay return to the Milwaukee Mile this weekend for Milwaukee IndyFest at the State Fair Park.
Sports - Aug. 14, 2014
Top 5 Brewers videos of 2014 (so far)
So what kind of team does Milwaukee Brewers manager Ron Roenicke have? One that likes to have fun - and one that has gained national attention for doing so. Perhaps its why they've been able to stay loose (and in first place) all year. Here are our top 5 favorite 2014 Brewers-related videos - are yours on the list? If not, let us know the ones you liked the best in our talkback section, on Facebook or @OnMilwaukee on Twitter.
Marketplace - Aug. 14, 2014
Food Truck Week: Jamaican Kitchen and Grill
I typically don't run across many food trucks day-to-day as I'm running between Lambeau Field, Miller Park and the Bradley Center -- but on my way to Green Bay today I shot down Wells toward I-43 for a quick bite, and the Jamaican Kitchen and Grill Food Truck was a nice surprise. The curry chicken was on special, and it was a great choice.
Sports - Aug. 13, 2014
Harris looks to recapture magic of 2012
At the end of the 2012 season, a little-known running back captured the hearts of Green Bay Packers fans and the imagination of the coaching staff. But instead of competing with Eddie Lacy for carries in 2013, DuJuan Harris found himself missing the entire season. Now healthy, Harris hopes he can recapture the magic.
Marketplace - Aug. 12, 2014
The best $5.31 drink in Milwaukee
Who isn't looking to get something for (relatively) nothing? You. Me. Everyone. Such things are hard to find, really, but if you've got $5.31 in your pocket this is, without a doubt, the best buy in the city.
Sports - Aug. 12, 2014
Making a splash: All Packers players looking to impress
Contract or not, all of the players on the Green Bay Packers roster want to impress the coaching staff during training camp and the preseason, making "splash plays" that stand out to everyone - including potential future employers.
Sports - Aug. 11, 2014
Wilson Golf: Not your father's clubs anymore
Wilson Golf is celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2014, and its history is as rich as the game itself with over 60 major championships won, and players on its roster from Gene Sarazen to Arnold Palmer to Padraig Harrington. Despite that history the manufacturer slipped from the golfing consciousness, until a renewed effort the last few yeares has restored its place in the game. Wilson isn't just your father's clubs anymore.
Sports - Aug. 9, 2014
Wisconsin Club Country Club to undergo renovation
One of the city's, if not the state's, top golf courses will undergo a multimillion-dollar renovation beginning next month. The Wisconsin Club Board of Directors approved a $3.5 million makeover of its private Country Club, located at at 6200 W. Good Hope Rd., by renowned architect Bruce Hepner.
Sports - Aug. 8, 2014
Packers players, coaches, looking forward to preseason opener
Yes, it's just the preseason, and the starting units for the Green Bay Packers aren't going to play very much. But that doesn't mean the team, and head coach Mike McCarthy, aren't looking forward to going up against someone other than a teammate for the first time in 2014.
Sports - Aug. 7, 2014
Golf's most competitive major? The PGA
The top 100 players included in the Official World Golf Rankings committed to play in the PGA Championship this week at Valhalla Golf Club in Kentucky, marking the first time that many of the world's best will tee it up at one tournament. It solidifies the year's last major as its most competitive.
Sports - Aug. 6, 2014
Brewers balancing bevy of injuries
The Milwaukee Brewers placed starter Matt Garza on the disabled list with an oblique strain on Tuesday, and position players Scooter Gennett, Jean Segura and Khris Davis are all dealing with their own ailments. The players know that in August, playing it smart is better than playing through pain.
Sports - Aug. 5, 2014
NFL officials emphasis could lead to more points
The NFL sent officials to Green Bay last week to talk to the players about new rules changes, and to emphasize existing ones. The results? Lots of laundry. Could that lead to a banner offensive year in 2014?
Sports - Aug. 4, 2014
Too Much Metal celebrates "Wisconsin's number" with Favre news
It's been a long time coming -- six years -- but the Green Bay Packers and Brett Favre have made up and now the Super Bowl-winning quarterback will finally get his number retired. But did you know that means all three "4's" in Wisconsin's major sports will be hung from the rafters? Too Much Metal commemorates the symmetry with a shirt.
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