Wilde & Tausch

ESPN Wisconsin's Jason Wilde and Mark Tauscher provide a daily dose of Packers news and take your questions.

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Veteran QB in GB?


Allen in Milwaukee calls in to ask the guys if there are any veteran backup quarterbacks that the Packers may consider bringing to Green Bay.


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Under Pressure


Is Aaron Rodgers under more pressure now entering the 2019 season than he was in his first year as a starter in 2008? The guys discuss.


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Rocky Bleiar joins Wilde and Tausch


Veteran, former Steeler, and Wisconsin native Rocky Bleiar joins the show to preview the SportsCenter special "The Return" capturing the story of his return visit to Vietnam.


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Quintez Cephus Reinstated


The guys react to the breaking news of Quintez Cephus being reinstated to the UW-Madison. What's next for the former Badgers wide receiver?


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Positives from Preseason Game #2


The guys share their positive takeaways from the Packers 26-13 loss in preseason game number two.


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Chewy talks Packers' TE's


Mark Chmura helps Jason break down the Packers' tight ends before preseason game number two in Baltimore.


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Rodgers & LaFleur


The guys react to comments from Aaron Rodgers regarding how the media has handled covering the relationship between he and head coach Matt LaFleur.


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RB Union


Is it a good idea for NFL running backs to form their own players union? Tausch and Cousins Sub of the Day Greg Matzek discuss.


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Packers prep to take on Texans


It's Preseason Game 1! The guys share what makes preseason football worth watching, and how much of Packers-Texans they plan to tune in for.


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Joint Practices


Matt LaFleur would love to have more joint practices. Aaron Rodgers hopes they don't happen for another 14 years. The guys discuss the differing opinions.


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