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The Green Bay Packers hosted rookie minicamp over the weekend, welcoming in 51 players total for two days of practice. Packers News was there for every minute, watching and observing. In this episode of the Green 19 Podcast, host Kassidy Hill is joined by reporters Ryan Wood and Tom Silverstein as they recap rookie minicamp, note which players stood out, which didn't and what could be next for the 18 try-out guys. They also look ahead to OTA's, and what quarterback Jordan Love can show during that time.
The Green Bay Packers closed out the 2022 NFL draft with 11 new players including three receivers and three offensive linemen. Host Kassidy Hill is joined by reporters Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood to recap the Packers entire draft, break down the draft class and look ahead to what they want to see out of rookie mini-camp.
The Green Bay Packers traded up to draft receiver Christian Watson early in the second round of the NFL Draft on Friday. By days end, the Pack had two offensive players, with Watson and Sean Rhyan. Host Kassidy Hill is joined by reporters Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood to recap and breakdown the moves by on Day 2 of the draft, while looking ahead to Day 3 as well.
The Green Bay Packers drafted Georgia Bulldog's Quay Walker (linebacker) and Devonte Wyatt (defensive lineman) in round 1 of the 2022 NFL Draft. Host Kassidy Hill is joined by reporters Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood to recap the picks, the Packers decision not to draft a receiver and preview day two with rounds 2 & 3.
8 AM - Bart talks about the Bucks upcoming series with the Celtics. Can they win without Khris Middleton? Ryan Wood from the Green Bay Press-Gazette and PackersNews.com joins the show to talk about the Packers draft.
The Green Bay Packers are preparing for the 2022 NFL Draft with more draft capital in the first three rounds than they've had in a while. Does that mean a trade is on the horizon? What are the chances a receiver is actually taken in the first round? Could Green Bay buff up their secondary instead? What are the chances Green Bay lands 49ers receiver Deebo Samuel in a trade? And what does Aaron Rodgers in Wisconsin mean for the Packers offseason? Host Kassidy Hill is joined by reporters Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood to answer all these questions and more on this episode of the Green 19 Podcast.
Ramie Show 4PM: Ryan Wood of Packersnews.com and the Green Bay Press-Gazette joined the Ramie Show to recap comments made by the Packers coaching staff yesterday & more. Also, Tim Allen of the Gene Wagner Plumbing Baseball Post Game Show presented by Jim Dandy's joined the Ramie Show to recap the first five games for the Brewers & do today's Knights Gourmet Popcorn Draft Mockery.
Green Bay Packers position coaches Tom Clements (quarterback) and Rich Bisaccia (special teams) introduced themselves to fans and media this week. From Clements assessment of how Aaron Rodgers game has grown, to Bisaccia's hope for the Packers special teams, host Kassidy Hill, alongside reporters Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood break down all they had to say in this episode of the Green 19 podcast.
This episode of the Green 19 podcast comes lives from sunny Florida at the annual NFL Owners Meeting. Host Kassidy Hill is joined by Ryan Wood and Pete Dougherty as they provide updates from meetings with General Manager Brian Gutekunst and Head Coach Matt LaFleur, particularly on the trade of receiver Davante Adams. They also break down all learned about the possible future of a NFL Draft in Green Bay and the new overtime rules for the postseason.
Ryan Wood from the Green Bay Press-Gazette is down at the NFL owners meetings this week. We recap what he has heard from Packers brass, and ask him how much input Aaron Rodgers should have when it comes to finding new wide receivers.
The Wendy's Big Show Hour One: In our first hour today, we look at the role franchise quarterbacks have in front office decisions and what, if any, role Aaron Rodgers should play in the Packers pursuing a wide receiver either in the draft or free agency. Additionally, we break it down further with Ryan Wood from the Green Bay Press-Gazette, who was at this week's NFL owners meetings.
This episode of the Green 19 Podcast takes you inside the timeline that saw Davante Adams become a Las Vegas Raider then asks the all important question; how do you replace him? Host Kassidy Hill is joined by reporters Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood as they break down the blockbuster trade of Adams, the loss of free agent Marquez Valdes-Scantling, the deep Packers secondary and what Green Bay might do this offseason to replenish their wide receivers corps.
Emma Burry, a current doctoral student of occupational therapy and member of the Hypermobility Ehlers Danlos Syndrome community, joins Dr. Ryan Wood, PT, DPT, MHA Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist and Dr. Jessica Wood, OTD, OTR/L, BCP, AOTA Board Certified Pediatric Specialist from Forefront Therapy to discuss Hypermobility Ehlers Danlos Syndrome and the impact that occupational therapy and physical therapy can have to help patients live well with this condition. This empowering and educational conversation takes the listener on journey to discover potential strategies to improve quality of life. Check out the website for additional resources and contact information for the creator of this podcast - https://emmaeburry.wixsite.com/hedsotandpt
The Wendy's Big Show Hour Two: With Davante Adams gone, some have suggested the Packers offense will become more balanced with Rodgers now having to find new primary targets. We ask the question to Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette and the listeners! Also, AR has a savvy business offer for LeRoy Butler.
The NFL's new league year began this week and with it, teams had to be under the salary cap. They were also able to negotiate with free agent players. The Green Bay Packers reached a record setting deal with quarterback Aaron Rodgers, found themselves in a stale mate with receiver Davante Adams (which is still the case) and restructured contracts across the board to build a team meant to win now. Host Kassidy Hill is joined by reporters Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood as they catch you up on all of the moves made thus far and where the Packers stand now.
Packers beat writer for the Green Bay Press-Gazette and Packersnews.com, Ryan Wood joined the Ramie Show to discuss Aaron Rodgers' extension, what to do with Davante Adams/Jordan Love, the return of De'Vondre Campbell & more.
Ramie Show 5PM: Packers beat writer for the Green Bay Press-Gazette and Packersnews.com, Ryan Wood joined the Ramie Show to discuss Aaron Rodgers' extension, what to do with Davante Adams/Jordan Love, the return of De'Vondre Campbell & more. Plus, Ramie has been going at it for 2 hours, now it is time to reset the show's topics as we ask YOU to Pick a Lane! Also, another edition of Draft Mockery with Evan Heffelfinger.
The Green Bay Packers finally received the news they've been waiting for since the season ended; quarterback Aaron Rodgers would like to return to Green Bay and chase another Super Bowl. With that taken care of, the Packers offseason can begin to take shape. Shortly after learning Rodgers wishes, the club placed the franchise tag on receiver Davante Adams. Host Kassidy Hill is joined by reporters Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood to break down Rodgers' return, what it means for the Packers salary cap and more importantly, Jordan Love. They also explain where the club can go from here after placing the franchise tag on Adams.
Episode 48 Breakdown: Intro | 0:00 Beer Breakdown | 6:34 (Texas Beer Co's Hoppy Duck IPA and 18th Street Brewing Company's Cradle to the Grave Pastry Stout) Metal News | 16:32 New Music | 36:51 Featured Band | 48:02 (Take Life) Hopwolves, you know what time it is... Episode 48 has Todd cooking up, well, sitting down at a resturant, plans for V, no, not for Vendetta, Day while Arie encounters some very Eerie Times as he burns the midnight oil to finish up his latest horror project. Todd cheers on the Taylor Texas Ducks with his latest find from Texas Beer Co while Arie revs up his ATV to enjoy a delctable stout from Cradle to the Grave. Bring Me the Horizon continue to expand their musical horizons with a surprising collab, a BREWTAL alumni releases a music video that was too intense for Slam Worldwide, and Zeal & Ardor drop an album that everyone needs to jam IMMEDIATELY Speaking of listening to things immediately, TAKE the time and give your LIFE the metallic hardcore dosage it needs to survive the looming brewtallity of the Leper Shepherd for this week's featured band. Turn it up to 11, crack open that beer, it's about to get BREWTAL! https://linktr.ee/brewtal This week's episode features Leper Shepherd from Metallic Hardcore Outfit Take Life Bio: "A collaborative effort between vocalist/lyricist Rob Fusco (One King Down, Most Precious Blood, Recon) and Rafe Holmes (Insvrgence), Take Life is the focus of decades of metal/hardcore songwriting experience and unbridled expression. Boasting the feral, frenetic musical energy of bands like Kiss It Goodbye and Burnt By The Sun and the scathing lyrical content and emotive vocal performances which have been Fusco's trademark, Take Life sets itself apart from modern formulaic metalcore acts and opts to take creative risks with little regard for current trends. Their inaugural effort, YOU ARE NOWHERE, was produced, mixed, and mastered by legendary metalcore mastermind RANDY LEBOEUF and is slated for digital release worldwide on 2.11.22. The vinyl version of YOU ARE NOWHERE will be released by Translation Loss Records, and its visual elements, layout, and logo have been produced and designed by graphics veteran Mike Wohlberg who has garnered respect through his work for bands like Cannibal Corpse, The Acacia Strain, and Dying Fetus." What Take Life are drinking: "We don't drink, but we're all about raising a bottle of seltzer or can of Yerba Mate with anyone regardless of what they like to enjoy." This week's Beer Breakdown include Texas Beer Company's Hoppy Duck IPA (Todd's Pick) and 18th Street Brewing Company's Cradle to the Grave Red Velvet Inspired Pastry Stout (Arie's Pick). Links from the episode: A Brewtal Chat with Oli Welzen-James and Ryan Wood of Sunfall Kate Beckinsale and Nina Kate singing Kublai Khan Ed Sheeran - Bad Habits (feat. Bring Me the Horizon) [Live at the BRIT Awards 2022] SPITE - Caved In (Official Music Video) Attack On Titan - “The Rumbling” SiM (Cover By Nik Nocturnal & Kyle Anderson) SNAKE FATHER - “Missing Persons” (Official Music Video) PALEFACE - CURSE US [OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO] (2020) SW EXCLUSIVE Artwork by megabeast Kevin Burfield! https://www.instagram.com/artofkevinb/ Intro track by absolute legend ZaKrahe https://linktr.ee/ZaKrahe Brewtal was chopped and sliced by Arie Lombardozzi of Death Dealer Productions with additional production from Todd Bailey https://www.deathdealerproductions.com/
Green Bay Packers General Manager Brian Gutekunst held a press conference this week, during which he discussed the future of quarterback Aaron Rodgers, the possible franchise tag for Davante Adams and what those contracts mean for the rest of the team. Host Kassidy Hill along with reporters Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood break down Guety's comments, what he really meant with a few revelations and what the timeline now looks like for Rodgers decision on his future.
8 AM- Bart Continues talking about Aaron Rodgers and discusses what should the Packers do with Jordan Love if Rodgers returns. He also discusses the Milwaukee Bucks and who they may see in the NBA Playoffs. Ryan Wood joins the show to talk everything Packers.
The Fan's Green Bay football insider & Packers beat writer for Packersnews.com & the Green Bay Press-Gazette, Ryan Wood joined the Ramie Show to discuss LeRoy Butler getting into the HOF, the Packers hiring Tom Clements back & join today's installment of "Draft Mockery."
Ramie Show 4PM: Is the NBA better than it's been in a long long time? Plus, The Fan's Green Bay football insider & Packers beat writer for Packersnews.com & the Green Bay Press-Gazette, Ryan Wood joined the Ramie Show to discuss LeRoy Butler getting into the HOF, the Packers hiring Tom Clements back & join today's installment of "Draft Mockery."
The Green Bay Packers have welcomed Rick Bisaccia as the new special teams coordinator. He's reportedly being paid a record setting salary. What does that mean for the Packers future on special teams? Host Kassidy Hill along with reporters Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood breakdown the hire, it's potential affects and what needs to change on the special teams roster. They also look ahead to the Packers free agency options and where things currently stand with quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
We continue the conversation surrounding the rumored 45 million dollars a year that could be offered by the Packers to Aaron Rodgers for him to stay in Green Bay. Ryan Wood from the Green Bay Press-Gazette joins the show and shares his thoughts on this, plus whether or not the Packers can, or should, try to run it back next year.
The Wendy's Big Show Hour Three: Matthew Stafford now has as many Super Bowl rings as Aaron Rodgers following the Rams' 23-20 win over Cincinnati in The Big Game. Does the Rams winning the title the way they did make Packers fans want to run it back? Sparky and AR discuss, plus we hear from Ryan Wood at the Green Bay Press-Gazette to break down whether or not the team can even afford to run it back.
In the third hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Brad Biggs of the Tribune to discuss the Bears hiring Packers quarterbacks coach/passing game coordinator Luke Getsy as their new offensive coordinator and more. Later, Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette joined the show to discuss the work that Getsy did with the Packers.
The Green Bay Packers have the second worst salary cap situation in the NFL, putting the 2022 season in flux with more questions than answers. But what does that even mean? What is the salary cap? What exactly are the Packers issues? And what does it mean for Aaron Rodgers future with the team? Host Kassidy Hill is joined by reporters Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood to walk through all of those questions and more, with more math than any other podcast before.
Ramie Show 4PM: Independent Packers salary cap expert, Ken Ingalls joined the Ramie Show to breakdown the current status of the Packers' salary cap and discuss how possible outcomes surrounding Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams would impact Green Bay and others going forward. Plus, The Fan's Green Bay football insider, Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette and Packersnews.com joined the Ramie Show to discuss Aaron Rodgers' future with the Packers, the departure of Nathaniel Hackett & more.
The Fan's Green Bay football insider, Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette and Packersnews.com joined the Ramie Show to discuss Aaron Rodgers' future with the Packers, the departure of Nathaniel Hackett & more.
The Green Bay Packers season is over, after falling 13-10 to the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Divisional playoffs. Join host Kassidy Hill along with reporters Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood as they recap the loss, breakdown the game changing moments and contemplate what this loss means for the future of the franchise.
Ryan Wood, Packers beat writer for the Green Bay Press-Gazette, joins Mike 'Chico' Bormann ahead of the Packers' Divisional round matchup with the San Francisco 49ers on Saturday.
Om Thursday's edition of The James Crepea Show on Fox Sports Eugene, James discusses how the NCAA's new constitution could setup much bigger changes, the Pac-12 basketball slate, latest from Oregon women's basketball, Chargers GM Tom Telesco's end of season recap, personnel movement in Pac-12, Cal beat reporter Jim McGill of Bear Insider returns to discuss the contract extension for Justin Wilcox, Packers beat reporter Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette returns to preview the divisional round game between the Packers and 49ers
The Green Bay Packers will welcome the San Francisco 49ers to Lambeau Field on Saturday, for the NFC divisional playoff game. This will mark the second time in three years the teams have met in the playoffs. Will the Packers being looking for some revenge? Additionally, the 49ers strength in the run game threatens to expose the Packers defense. Can Aaron Rodgers be enough to overcome that factor? Host Kassidy Hill and reporters Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood break down the matchup and provide analysis and updates ahead of the game. Laura Britt of NBC Sports Bay Area also joins for a short segment offering her thoughts on the matchup from a 49ers perspective.
The Green Bay Packers fell to the Detroit Lions on Sunday in their regular season finale, 37-30. But with the NFC No. 1 seed locked up, the game was more about testing out injuries and getting young guys snaps. Reporters Kassidy Hill, Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood break down the game, recap the return of offensive lineman David Bakhtiari and look ahead to who the Packers could face in the playoffs.
The Green Bay Packers are gearing up for their regular season finale, a showdown with the Detroit Lions. With playoff seeding locked up, this game can serve as a tune up for the playoffs for the Packers. Reporters Kassidy Hill, Tim Silverstein and Ryan Wood look ahead to the game, discuss what the Packers need to show in the game to prepare for the playoffs and whether off the field conduct should affect someone's MVP vote.
The Green Bay Packers clinched the No. 1 seed for the NFC in the NFL playoffs after a 37-10 win over the Minnesota Vikings. The game didn't provide much of a litmus test ahead of the playoffs but did allow the Packers to stat stuff the record books. Reporters Kassidy Hill, Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood breakdown the game, the performances and what it means for the Packers to have the top overall seed with a chance to take it easy next week versus the Detroit Lions.