We’ll explore the dynamic between the players and the people of Green Bay and provide a glimpse into what makes it a bucket-list destination for football fans.
Follow on Twitter for updates, Facebook for live streams, and Instagram for our “Humans of Green Bay” project. — Once upon a time, Packers defensive line coach Greg Blache was the only assistant coach/team barber in the NFL.
Thanks to free agency, the task of assembling a competitive roster in small-town Wisconsin was about to get significantly tougher.
After White had expressed that he would go with God in his decision, Holmgren called White and got an answering machine. “Everybody suspected he’d go to a big city for outside endorsements,” says Blache, who went on to serve as defensive coordinator in Chicago and Washington before retiring in 2009.Now you do not have to spend on a dinner or a movie just to get to know someone.You can browse the site, use their services, and the earth with a big date, without digging too deep into your pockets.It was the late ’80s, and it didn’t take long for Green Bay’s new defensive line coach to realize that the team’s African-American players were regularly driving 120 miles south to Milwaukee just to get lines and fades unavailable in Titletown.So Blache, who’d made extra cash cutting hair in college at Notre Dame, began plying his second craft at the Packers facility.