Brand new for 2004, Packers.com offers fans -- especially those too far to receive daily coverage of the Green and Gold -- an inside look at their beloved team with several new video features found only on the official Web site of the Green Bay Packers.
Periodically throughout the season, Packers.com will offer fans a unique perspective as GM/Head Coach Mike Sherman delivers his post-game speech from the Packers locker room.
In addition, fans can view streaming video of the day's press conferences and locker room media sessions, featuring the most recent interviews of many of their favorite Packers players and coaches.
Exclusive to Packers.com, Darren Sharper provides "A Sharper Look" at the previous week's game and will talk about the keys to the Packers' success against upcoming opponents as he sits down with one of his teammates from the Packers locker room.
Returning for the 2004 season is "The Mike Sherman Show," a 30-minute program hosted by Larry McCarren, sports director at Green Bay's WFRV-TV and an analyst on the Packer Radio Network, and Wayne Larrivee, the team's radio play-by-play voice.
"Packers 5th Quarter," also to be archived on Packers.com, features Larivee and WFRV's Burke Griffin, who will recap the day's highlights and interview one of the Packers players inside Curly's Pub in the Lambeau Field Atrium. Keep checking back as Packers.com is currently building an archive for both "The Mike Sherman Show" and the "Packers 5th Quarter."
"G-TV" is a weekly in-season television program produced by the Green Bay Packers designed especially for kids. Some "G-TV" highlights include: player profiles, exclusive player interviews, up close look at trainers & equipment managers.
Click here to view some of the recently archived episodes of "The Mike Sherman Show," "Packers 5th Quarter," "A Sharper Look" and "GTV."
The most recent video clips can be accessed directly from the home page by clicking on the "VIDEO" tab in the middle of the page, or by visiting the Packers.com Video Archive by clicking on "Multimedia" and then "Video" on the left-side navigation bar. A pull down menu is available at the top of that page to direct fans to different video categories.
Always looking to provide the "inside access," Packers.com hopes you enjoy these new features seen exclusively on the official Web site of the Green Bay Packers.