Sports – Tuesday, November 5th, 2013

The Packers worst nightmare became a reality on Monday Night
Football as Aaron Rodgers was knocked out of action in a 27-20 loss to the
Chicago Bears.  On the game’s first
drive, Rodgers got sacked Shea McLellin on the opening drive.  The Packers would give more information than
Rodgers had a shoulder injury and more tests would be done today.  Green
turned to veteran Seneca Wallace and tried to hang
with the Bears, who were also starting back-up Josh McCown.  The Bears backup threw for 272 yards and 2 TDs
and Matt Forte sliced up the Packers defense for 125 yards and a TD. The
Packers couldn’t move the football under Wallace’s leadership.  Their two TD drives on the day consisted of a
32 yards TD run by James Starks on the first play of a drive and a two play
drive highlighted by a 56-yard run by Eddie Lacy.  Lacy finished with 150 yards.  Wallace was 11-19 for 114 yards and an
interception.  The Packers must now wait
for the medical reports and move on to the Eagles next Sunday at Lambeau.


Talk Packers football tonight on KFIZ during In The Huddle
with Packers defensive back Davon House. 
Coverage begins at 6pm tonight live from Tanners in Kimberly.


The Miami Dolphins have placed offensive lineman Richie
Incognito on leave after he allegedly bullied fellow lineman Jonathan Martin so
bad that he left the team.  Various media
outlets reported that Incognito used racial slurs to harass the lineman and
even leveraged him to pay $15,000 to fund a trip to Las Vegas
head coach Joe Philbin took the blame for the atmosphere in the team’s locker


The Denver Broncos announced that defensive coordinator Jack
Del Rio would take over as interim head coach while John Fox recovers from a
heart procedure.  Fox fell ill while
golfing during the Denver
bye week.  Sources also say that Houston head coach Gary
Kubiak suffered a minor stroke just before halftime of the Texans loss to the
Colts on Sunday night.


The Brewers did not make a $14.1 million dollar qualifying
offer to first baseman Corey Hart, making him an unrestricted free agent.  They also picked up utility man Elian Herrera
from the Dodgers. He had just 8 Big League plate appearances last season for th
Dodgers and hit .250 in Triple-A