The defense in the Kyle Rittenhouse case hopes to bring in testimony about their client’s interactions with police in the hours before he is alleged to have shot three people, saying those encounters shed light on whether Rittenhouse’s actions were reckless.
Getting contributions from Allen Lazard and Robert Tonyan helped take pressure off star Davante Adams.
Packers QB Aaron Rodgers shared the same postgame assessment he's used for nearly a month now as Green Bay extended its winning streak to six games with a 24-10 victory over Washington at Lambeau Field.
Lee Sports Wisconsin columnist Jim Polzin evaluates a performance against Washington that helped the Green Bay Packers win their sixth straight game and improve to 6-1 on the season.
From the Packers' improved red-zone defense to wide receiver Allen Lazard's big day, columnist Jim Polzin shares his first thoughts after Green Bay defeated Washington 24-10.
The Packers extended their winning streak to six games as the Green Bay defense turned in a strong performance in a 24-10 victory over the Washington Football Team at Lambeau Field.
Safety Collin Wilder called junior ILB Leo Chanel a "larger Tasmanian Devil." Chenal is leaving a path of destruction in his wake at the perfect time for the Badgers football team.
While Packers coach Matt LaFleur didn’t especially enjoy questions about how his offense has struggled in the red zone in the first five games this season compared to last year — the unit has gone from a league-best 80% touchdown rate to 55% so far this season — those questions could easily have been focused on the defense’s problems in the same area of the field.
With almost entirely the same personnel as they used under Chuck Pagano last season, the Bears have returned to the top 10 in many key defensive metrics under first-year coordinator Sean Desai.
Columnist Jim Polzin gives the Wisconsin football offense its best mark of the season. It was nothing fancy, but it was smashmouth football at its finest.
No one in the NFL put six defensive backs on the field to play dime defense over the past two seasons more than ex-Packers defensive coordinator Mike Pettine. Before Pettine and head coach Matt LaFleur parted ways after Pettine’s contract expired following last January’s NFC Championship game loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Packers played their dime defense on 49.8% of their defensive snaps in 2019 and 48.8% of their defensive snaps last season.
Wisconsin football's upperclassmen are trying to avoid division in the locker room, something they saw a season ago.
Two instances allowed big plays that swung the game for the Wolverines.
Led by new quarterback Matthew Stafford, the Rams have opened the season 3-0 and received all 12 first-place votes for 384 points in balloting by media members who regularly cover the NFL.
Wisconsin's defense under defensive coordinator Jim Leonhard has been elite at taking away opponents' easy passes. Here's why it will be crucial this week.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court will review an appellate court decision that opened the door for Chrystul Kizer to use an affirmative defense while fighting a murder charge for the death of a man who prosecutors admit had been preying on Kizer and other underage girls.
“We always emphasize the division,” Packers coach Matt LaFleur said last week. “I think that’s always the starting point is your division. I mean those games almost count as two because while you’re getting one leg up, somebody’s going backwards.”
In his second season starting at the Wolf position, a hybrid of sorts in the Golden Beavers' 4-2-5 base defense Barstow ranks second in state with 61 total tackles through four games.
The judge in the Kyle Rittenhouse case indicated to attorneys Friday that despite the firestorm that has grown around the case, he will be kee…
During their 38-3 drubbing at the hands of the New Orleans Saints last Sunday, one could argue on several plays Packers’ defenders weren’t even in the same library.
“I still have the utmost confidence in our defense. We’re going to regroup and get better this week,” veteran safety Adrian Amos said.
Talking about culture and using corporate jargon that doesn't apply on the gridiron only will pass the time from one Sunday to the next. The Bears need action, and they need to play with an edge.
Name one thing from the colossal stinker that was the 2021 season opener that gave any indication the Packers are a contender, as advertised. Don't worry, we'll wait.