Sports – Sunday, August 4th, 2013

 A Family Night record 63,047 fans turned out to Lambeau Field to watch the annual Family Night Scrimmage.  Aaron Rodgers played just the first series of full contact plays and hit DJ Williams on a yard TD pass before taking the rest of the night off.  BJ Coleman took a ton of reps with the first unit but threw two interceptions.  One was returned 66 yards for a touchdown by James Nixon.  The other interception was in the end zone by Brandon Smith.  Rookie running back Eddie Lacy has a strong showing at running back for Green Bay on Saturday night.  Kicker Mason Crosby struggled on Saturday night.  The veteran kicker made just 3 of 8 field goals.  Giorgio Tevecchio connected on 6 of 7 attempts on the night.  The Packers will take Sunday off then have a closed practice on Monday.  The next public practice is Tuesday at 8:20am.  The Packers host Arizona on Friday night at Lambeau. You’ll hear it on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.

Robinson Goes To Hall of Fame
Former Packer linebacker Dave Robinson became the 12th member of the Vince Lombardi era Green Bay Packers to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio on Saturday night.  Robinson was 1st round pick by the Packers in 1963 and played 10 of his 12 NFL seasons in Titletown. 

Hall of Fame Game
The NFL preseason kicks off tonight as the Cowboys and Dolphins play the annual Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio.  Coverage begins at 6:30pm on KFIZ.

Brewers Blanked
The Washington Nationals shutout the Milwaukee Brewers 3-0 on Saturday night at Miller Park. Donovan Hand was the hard luck loser for the Crew, giving up just three runs and five hits over seven innings.  Dan Haren pitched seven shutout innings to pick up the win.  It was the first time the Brewers have been shutout since April 28th.  The series wraps up this afternoon. Coverage begins at 12:35pm on KFIZ.