Wisconsin head football coach Paul Chryst joins Homer & Gabe at the Badgers Football Mendota GridIron Kickoff Event to preview the upcoming season.
Former Badgers lineman Derek Engler joins Homer & Gabe at the Badgers Football Mendota GridIron Kickoff Event.
Former Badgers linebacker and all-time sack leader Tarek Saleh joins Homer & Gabe at the Badgers Football Mendota GridIron Kickoff Event.
Another brawny day for Braun
Ryan Braun homered twice Wednesday afternoon against the Rockies in the Brewers' 7-1 win at Miller Park.
Jason Wilde joins Homer & Gabe to discuss 2016 expectations for Packers receiver Jordy Nelson as well as for the rest of the offense.
Check out which Packers made our annual #NFLRank Top 100 list.
Ryan Braun hit two home runs and the Milwaukee Brewers tied a season high with their fourth straight win, beating the Colorado Rockies 7-1 Wednesday.
Expect Jordy Nelson to get a lot of work
We think we know who Aaron Rodgers' favorite target is. Despite missing all of 2015, Nelson has just 25 fewer targets and one fewer receiving touchdown than Randall Cobb over the last three seasons.
ESPN's Jesse Temple joined The Jump Around to react to the retirement of Dan Voltz & explain what that means for the Badgers moving forward. Also the latest on the QB battle.
The guys talk about the Packers that made the list of top 100 players & role play how they think the meetings between Clay Matthews/Julius Peppers will go with Rodger Goodell.
Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer
Packers GM Ted Thompson wouldn't say whether he feels today's meetings between Clay Matthews, Julius Peppers and NFL investigators is a significant step toward resolving the PED situation. "I'm not going to be one of the people adding my voice to this," he said.
In an effort to improve the guys interviewing skills, Steve "Homer" True calls into the show for a 'lightning' round of questions with Wilde and Tausch.
Q&A day on Wilde and Tausch begins by Jason asking Mark about the infamous '4th-and-26' play from the Packers 2004 divisional playoff loss in Philadelphia.
Good luck trying to predict Bucks
Kevin Pelton writes that Milwaukee has recently succeeded in greatly exceeding and falling short of ESPN's preseason real plus-minus projections. The current estimate is a team that will return to the playoffs. Projected W-L records for 2016-17 (Insider)
Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer
Packers versatile offensive lineman Josh Walker said he has a sprained MCL in his right knee. Tests showed no other damage. He hopes to be ready for Week 1. He was in a tight battle for a roster spot and playing well before the injury.
F.S. Wisconsin Brewers color commentator Bill Schroeder explains why Tim Tebow doesn't fit into what the Brewers are trying to accomplish.
Uncertainty is the word to describe the future of the Packers' offensive line. Packers reporter Jason Wilde attempts to see into that future with Dan Needles and Bryan Dee.
Lineup: Brewers (55-70) vs. Rockies (60-66)
- 1. Jonathan Villar, 3B (S)
- 2. Keon Broxton, CF (R)
- 3. Ryan Braun, LF (R)
- 4. Hernan Perez, 2B (R)
- 5. Chris Carter, 1B (R)
- 6. Domingo Santana, RF (R)
- 7. Orlando Arcia, SS (R)
- 8. Martin Maldonado, C (R)
- 9. Zach Davies, RHP Daily lineups
Packers rookie Kenny Clark, who has an issue with his back, doesn't rule out playing Friday against the 49ers.
Heisman favorites face Week 1 tests
Four of the early favorites to win the Heisman Trophy will be tested out of the gate against quality opponents on Saturday, Sept. 3.
Who is the NFL's best player?
Even after a down season, Aaron Rodgers has a reasonable claim to the throne. However, it's a tough task to overcome J.J. Watt, something Rodgers learned in last year's rankings. #NFLRank: 25-1
Eddie Lacy and Christine Michael have looked good during the preseason. What does that mean for their fantasy values heading into 2016?
The Seattle Pilots existed for one season before moving to Milwaukee and didn't leave much behind, other than a scathing book. But the Mariners might not exist without them, Jim Caple writes.