Packers roundtable timely and important

Former Green Bay Packers general manager Ron Wolf (right) participated in the Packers recent symposium in Green Bay. Scott Rovak-US PRESSWIRE

This past week an important roundtable, “Sport and Society in America,” made up of Packers players and administrators of past days addressed a couple of really important issues: First, what it’s like to be a retired player and the transitions they experience; and why the hiring of coaching and administrators helped save the Packers franchise in the early 1990s.

Packers.com did a good job of providing a review of the highlights.

This symposium was long overdue and though highly underpromoted is something the Packers should do at least annually. Not only should they do a better job of promoting it to the general public, the team should live stream it and record it for future airing on television … it’s something that would make a great addition to the NFL Network.

This was an important gathering that I think everyone should take a look at by clicking here.

Topics: Ahman Green, Bob Harlan, Bryce Paup, Green Bay Packers, Mike Holmgren, National Football League, Ron Wolf

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