Wisconsin Teams

Counsell says combination of factors led to Houser's vomiting (0:27)
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Brewers P Houser vomits twice, finishes inning

Brewers reliever Adrian Houser, after being recalled earlier in the day, fell victim to what manager Craig Counsell said was too much heat, not enough food and probably a little nerves when he became sick on the mound.

Franco's big day at the plate paces Phils (0:56)
16hDennis Semrau

WBCA All-Star Games

Dennis Semrau takes a look at the rosters for the WBCA all-star games


Stoughton's Brady Schipper

Stoughton three-sport athlete Brady Schipper joins Prep Mania to reflect on being named to all-star teams in three different sports during his senior year.


Watertown AD Jamie Koepp

Watertown AD Jamie Koepp joins the Prep Mania season finale to reflect on the Goslings' first year in the Badger South Conference.


Sun Prairie AD Eric Nee

Sun Prairie Athletic Director Eric Nee joins Prep Mania to discuss the Cardinals' year-long run of state tournament success, including winning the state softball championship.

Hoskins, Phillies top Brewers (0:29)

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers training camp schedule is set and includes mostly mid-day practices. No early mornings and no evening sessions — except for Family Night. Looks like Mike McCarthy is favoring something that more closely resembles a regular-season practice schedule.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

That's it for the Packers offseason program. Next time they're on the field is July 26.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Ty Montgomery back at minicamp after being excused yesterday because of the birth of his son.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Other than Bryan Bulaga, coach Mike McCarthy said he didn't have any concerns about injured/rehabbing players being ready for training camp. It still seems likely Bulaga will open camp on PUP given that he tore his ACL in November.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike McCarthy had the strength coaches, nutritionists and other staff members speak to the team today on the final day of the offseason program about expectations between now and training camp. “Really it's just to prepare them for the next step in the process, which is what goes on the next five weeks,” McCarthy said. He called it “one of our best offseasons as far as the amount of work we were able to get done and the quality of the work.”