Joe & Ebo Experience: Summertime Struggles

Bucks Parade (0:00)

Badgers Insider RJ Brachman (13:15)

Brewers Blues (26:05)

Packers Finances (40:12)

Cubs/Brewers Callers (54:29)

 

Joe & Ebo Experience: The Art of Impersonation

Farm Aid Interview (0:00)

Machado.. Very Punchable (8:46)

WOZN Sports Reporter Cody Grant (24:10)

Mallards GM Tyler Isham (33:56)

“Mark Murphy” Interview (43:24)

“Sean Connery” Calls (53:54)

Joe & Ebo Experience: Unstoppable 4th

Things That Make You Cringe (0:00)

4th Quarter Rally (10:18)

Packers Insider Rob Reischel (23:53)

Packer Problems (41:46)

WOZN Zone Reporter Cody Grant (51:07)

Joe & Ebo Experience: Denny’s Delivers

Jim Nancy impersonations (0:00)

Hitting or pitching (8:23)

Chest and nails (24:42)

Packers Insider Rob Reischel (33:15)

Denny’s delivers (49:01)

Adult entertainer Mila Deluna (54:25)

Joe & Ebo Experience: Bottle, can, tap

Virginia wins, Rodgers fires back (0:00)

Word association (18:48)

Bottle, can, tap (25:59)

Soap opera titles (43:32)

Two alpha males (50:19)

GB closure (55:39)

Packers ‘exploring’ a 2019 preseason game in Canada

The Green Bay Packers won’t be playing in London this season, but they still may play outside the United States.

Packers’ President and CEO Mark Murphy said that the Packers and Raiders have discussed playing an exhibition game in Canada.

“We’re in discussions. This would be the Raiders’ home game. Still kind of up in the air,” Murphy said.

Fans of the Packers will be happy to know that this game wouldn’t be considered a home game for Green Bay.

This wouldn’t be the first time the Packers did something like this. They played the Buffalo Bills in Toronto in 1997 and the Kansas City Chiefs in Japan the following year.

Joe & Ebo Experience: Break the chain

Braun’s “misplaced” passport (0:00)

Canadian customs & chain restaurants (14:26)

The WORST chain restaurant (24:28)

The Gard debate (33:08)

Former Badger Zach Morely (45:00)

Packers/Bears (55:04)

Packers’ salary cap may be less than previously reported

The Green Bay Packers came into free agency with about $35 million in salary cap space. They’ve been active signing Adrian Amos, Za’Darius Smith, Billy Turner and Preston Smith. Also, Green Bay brought back Marcedes Lewis and Geronimo Allison.

Now, they may be in a difficult salary cap situation. According to Tom Silverstein, the Packers aren’t in as good salary cap shape as previously reported.

There is no doubt the Packers have improved, at least on paper. However, if the report is true, it will be difficult to bring in any other names in free agency.