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Green Bay Quotes

We’ve collected the best Green Bay Quotes from the greatest minds of the world: Charles Woodson, Julius Peppers, Al Michaels, Billie Joe Armstrong, Jim Otto. Use them as an inspiration.

When people still see me, even though I have been in Green Bay and Oakland, they still talk about Michigan.
It’s funny, but when there are dominant teams, there are a number of people who rail about the fact that they’re always seeing the Dallas Cowboys or the San Francisco 49ers or the Green Bay either in the playoffs or in the Super Bowl.
Al Michaels
I played in Green Bay. I look at their stadium, I look at the Packers Hall of Fame and all the things that go into that experience. I feel the Oakland Raiders are an organization that deserves something like that.
For some young people, their first experience ever hearing punk rock music was playing the Green Bay Packers on ‘Madden‘.
People change teams all the time. People might not go from Green Bay to Chicago or from Chicago to Green Bay all the time, but people change teams all the time.
I also played in the 1967 Super Bowl against the Green Bay Packers.
Jim Otto
I had no idea the Vikings were interested. I was actually expecting other teams because the Green Bay Packers and three or four other teams asked for film after the combine in Dallas, and the Vikings weren’t one of them.
There is no room for second place. There is only one place in my game and that is first place. I have finished second twice in my time at Green Bay and I never want to finish second again.
I have finished second twice in my time at Green Bay, and I don’t ever want to finish second again. There is a second place bowl game, but it is a game for losers played by losers. It is and always has been an American zeal to be first in anything we do, and to win, and to win, and to win.
I get a certain feeling when I go to Lambeau field in Green Bay. Soldier field in Chicago is special to me. Those are the places that I really like. The stadiums.
It’s a joy to help others. One of our longtime favorites is Rawhide Boys Camp, located 45 miles west of Green Bay.
You know, even though I feel that I can still play the game, God has made the answer clear to me. Retirement is now. I have to retire as a Green Bay Packer.
We are going to be process-driven in the pursuit of bringing a Lombardi Trophy back to Green Bay.
When you walk in the door at Green Bay and see the murals of all the football players you knew as a fan, it can get to you. I grew up being Bart Starr and Paul Hornung on the playground.
You never imagine that the Green Bay Packers were going to be in something you wrote or singing ‘Bootylicious.’
Going into Green Bay was just a fresh start and I was able to stay on the field and go out there and do my thing and I had opportunity.
The people that we met when we lived in Cincinnati, the Midwestern values – I’m from Oklahoma, my wife‘s from Green Bay – we felt at home in the year we were here.
There’s always going to be love between me and Green Bay.
Going back to coach in Green Bay was the biggest mistake I ever made in my life. I was approached by the organization, and it turned out to be an enormous mistake. I was extremely disappointed. I disappointed the Packers and their fans.
I was sad to leave Green Bay, and I don’t think I would have left to go anywhere but home to Carolina.
Green Bay is a blue-collar community, and it’s all about the Packers. I was able to go there, slow down and focus on the game.
I was born and raised right outside of Green Bay, Wisconsin.
I think Jim Taylor was very underrated, never hear much about him. We played Green Bay every year in exhibition, and generally we played them every couple of years in regular season. And I always thought he was a fierce competitor.
Bob Lilly
I’m a lifetime Green Bay Packers fan.
I left Green Bay for Seattle in 1999. I wonder what would have happened had I stayed in Green Bay, where I’ve got one of the best quarterbacks of all time in his prime.
I’m very proud of the fact that we dispelled the myth about black athletes not being able to survive in Green Bay.
People ask me often, ‘Why did you leave Green Bay? You had the best quarterback, you were going good and all that.’ But I’ve always been one for challenges. Try to build something up, try something new, challenge myself.
My three children played soccer and lacrosse. I grew up as a Green Bay Packers fan. I am not against sports. We want kids to play sports, but we want them to be safe.
You look at my career, everywhere I went – Miami, Green Bay, Cleveland, Philly – they were always bringing in draft picks and former first-rounders and guys with free-agent deals to take my job.