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Wisconsin Church Apologizes For Dropping LeRoy Butler Speaking Gig Due To His Support Of Jason Collins
Leroy Butler, inventor of the Lambeau Leap, was not exactly welcomed with open arms by members of a certain Wisconsin church recently. Butler was supposed to speak at the church, but after learning that the former Green Bay Packer had tweeted words of encouragement to Jason Collins, the church cancelled the engagement. Controversy ensued, and the church has apologized.
Aaron Rodgers spent the eighth anniversary of the day he was passed over by 23 teams in the draft by signing a contract that made him the richest player in NFL history: reportedly a five-year, $110 million deal, with $40 million due next season. But even though he’s got the money and the Super Bowl ring, he’s still a man who will play with a super-sized chip on his shoulder.
The NFL schedule is out: and as per usual, the Packers are playing the 49ers, the Panthers got royally screwed, and the Browns are the butt of everyone’s jokes.
What Happened Last Night: Everything Is Crashing And Burning In Los Angeles (Again), Miami Crushes Brooklyn (Again)
After some really bad football last weekend, Saturday’s NFL Divisional Playoff games made everything all better. Big plays, big offense, and big drama dominated the day’s matchups of Baltimore-Denver and San Francisco-Green Bay. Let’s see how things shook out.
Welcome to the NFL Playoffs and Wildcard Weekend! The first batch of playoff games were last night, and while the matchups may have been slightly underwhelming, they still happened. Let’s get into it.
Brandon Marshall Will Not Cheer For Packers This Weekend, Does Not Understand How Playoff Scenarios Work
Brandon Marshall has never made the playoffs. The Chicago Bears are currently on the brink of securing an NFC Wild Card spot, needing only a victory in Detroit this weekend and a Green Bay win over Minnesota. Both are the favored scenarios, and it seems more than likely that Chicago will make the playoffs. But Brandon Marshall, principled and confused man that he is, will not root for Green Bay.
This photo could be from Minnesota’s Week 13 visit to Green Bay, or it could be from another season. We have no idea. But we do know that Green Bay owns Minnesota as of late, having won the last five matchups. So don’t expect to walk into Lambeau with a girl on your arm and a smile, because Packers fans own you.
Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears have been relishing their rivalry this week, with Jermichael Finley and Lance Briggs exchanging barbs over whether or not the Bears are better with or without Brian Urlacher. Now a little girl is getting in on the action, but don’t let her exterior fool you, she can throw jabs with the rest of them.
Welcome to another edition of “What Happened Last Night?” You know the deal by now. And if you don’t, we’re sure you’ll figure it out. You’re smart. Here goes.