Joe & Ebo Experience: Live from The Oaks

Bloody Beef-stick Gate (0:00)

The Oaks Golf Pro Shaun Finley (17:06)

Sports Director Zach Heilprin (31:11)

Former Badgers Basketball Player Kam Taylor (44:48)

Joe & Ebo Experience: Hedging or Sellout?

Badgers Insider RJ Brachman (0:00)

Hedging Bets (15:27)

WOZN Sports Reporter Cody Grant (28:57)

Sellout (40:55)

Packers Under? (56:21)

Joe & Ebo Experience: Just Asking Questions

Questioning the Crew (0:00)

Pierce ACTUALLY pooped (15:58)

Packers Insider Rob Reischel (27:58)

Cubs v. Brewers Aggressiveness (41:27)

“On notice” Explained (56:17)

Joe & Ebo Experience: Apologists & Haters

Gary, Savage, Apologists, Haters (0:00)

6 Year Theory (16:47)

Packers Insider Rob Reischel (29:31)

Gary Conspiracy (41:49)

Sports Director Zach Heilprin (48:02)

Joe & Ebo Experience: The Great Debate

Corbin Burnes (0:00)

Pitchers Who Rake (15:18)

Packers Insider Rob Reischel (28:53)

Great Debate (46:34)

Packers’ offseason workout program begins April 8

The Green Bay Packers offseason program will begin April 8 and run through June 13. The nine-week program will include four phases.

The first phase includes strength training and conditioning work, with limits of four hours per day and 90 minutes of work on the field. This will start April 8 and last two weeks.

Teams with new head coaches like the Packers’ Matt LaFLeur will get the opportunity to hold a voluntary minicamp from April 23-25.

The second phase will run for the first three weeks of May and may include individual player instruction and drills, along with group practices, but no offense vs. defense drills are allowed.

Organized team activities, or OTAs, will be featured in the third phase. Helmets are permitted and teams can do team drills and situations, including 11-on-11, but live contact is still not allowed.

Finally, the final phase is a mandatory minicamp. This involves player physicals, three days of practice and up to 3.5 hours per day on the field.

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.


Joe & Ebo Experience: Sign someone, please

No depth in Titletown (0:00)

You’re not a GM, but.. (20:11)

Concerns with Lafleur (29:56)

A meeting for the ages (37:01)

10 vs. 7 (47:29)