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TE Jimmy Graham Already Contributing In Green Bay

He hasn’t caught an Aaron Rodgers pass yet, but Green Bay’s new tight end is already making a name for himself in Green Bay. Jimmy Graham is a part of a major fundraiser for the Wounded Warrior Project and Angel Flight coming up next month. The Jimmy Graham Charity Corhole Challenge will be held July…read more »


Brewers Rained Out

The Milwaukee Brewers return home tonight (Thursday) after a rainout in Pittsburgh. The Pirates waited more than two hours to call Wednesday’s game. No makeup date has been set, but both the Brewers and Pirates have an open date September 20th, the day before they start a three-game series. Milwaukee is expected to start left-hander…read more »


Favre Wants Ban On Tackle Football For Younger Kids

Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre says a child’s body — the brain and skull — aren’t developed at a young age. Favre is speaking out in support of an Illinois law which would ban tackle football for players under 12 years of age. Favre is currently suffering from the long-term effects of head trauma…read more »


Peralta, Agular Lead Crew Over Pittsburgh

Rookie Freddy Peralta allowed two hits in six innings, Jesus Aguilar hammered his 14th home run of the season and the Milwaukee Brewers downed the Pittsburgh Pirates 3-2 to regain sole possession of first place in the NL Central. Peralta struck out seven without issuing a walk. Aguilar finished 2 for 3 and drove in…read more »


Milwaukee Mayor Hopes Relations Improve After Sterling Brown Lawsuit

Milwaukee mayor Tom Barrett says he hopes the relationship between police and residents can improve in the wake of an excessive force lawsuit filed by Milwaukee Bucks player Sterling Brown. Barrett said he’s hopeful that the NBA player’s arrest over a parking violation and the subsequent lawsuit “will be a turning point.” The lawsuit filed…read more »


Russia Improves to 2-0 At World Cup

Russia has improved to 2-0 at World Cup, putting the host country on the brink of a berth in the knockout stage. Russia scored three times in a 15-minute span of the second half to beat Egypt, 3-1. Senegal knocked off Poland, 2-1, and Japan became the first Asian team to knock off a South…read more »