Green Bay Packers

NFC North | 0-0
  • Passing Yards
    218.9 PYPG
  • Rushing Yards
    115.6 RYPG
  • Yards Per Game
    334.6 YPG

    Packers report record profit of $48.9 million

    Jason Wilde ESPN Staff Writer Close Covered the Packers since 1996 On-air host at ESPN Milwaukee and ESPN Madison Two-time Wisconsin Sportswriter of the Year as selected by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association Follow on Twitter GREEN BAY, Wis. -- The Packers finished the 2015 fiscal year with a franchise-record profit of $48.9 million, a figure that includes $222.6 million in national revenue. Calling it "another strong year financially," Packers president and CEO Mark Murphy said during his annual meeting with reporters in advance of the team's July 21 shareholders meeting at Lambeau Field that the combination of the team's worldwide popularity, the NFL's dominance as the

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    Wisconsin kid Tony Romo still looks up to Brett Favre

    Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo grew up in Burlington, Wisconsin, and when he was 12 years old his favorite team traded for Brett Favre. A quarter century later, Romo still considers Favre his hero. “I still look up to him,” Romo told ESPN. “Anybody who grew up in Wisconsin, everyone knows who Brett Favre is and what he’s meant to Green Bay and Wisconsin life. They come around once in a generation. Green Bay’s been lucky enough to go from Brett to Aaron [Rodgers] and that’s just unrealistic in real life to have that happen in professional sports. But Brett getting inducted is one of the most no-brainer things that’s ever taken shape. I’m just glad to see the reunion of that two that has happened.”