Happy Memorial Day, inbox. Let us not forget that many others deserve to be recognized, even if they did not make the ultimate sacrifice for our country while also providing.
Thank you to those who helped and remembering those who did not. However, I do have a question.
What impact did NFL players serving in the military have on the league during the first two World Wars?
Apart from Pat Tillman, I know nothing about these folks. This is covered in Cliff's "Greatest Story in Sports." I wish everyone a happy and safe day.
Everyone has a wonderful Memorial Day. Jerry, that's an excellent question. The NFL did not exist during World War I, but I am aware that it was influenced by World War II.
Many Lombardi Packers also served in the late 1950s and early 1960s. I'll pass the rest of your inquiry to Cliff. It's lot better to ask him about the Packers in the 1940s.
Brian Gutekunst is building the Packers' roster, and if I had to sum it up in one word, it would be "flexible." He seemed to value it above anything else. What about you?
This isn't math; it's just statistics. Aaron Rodgers had a passer rating of 92, a completion percentage of 64%, 26 touchdown passes, and 12 interceptions in 2022, according to my statistics, which could be erroneous.