Packer-less effort results in player fines
Oct. 10, 1948
Before 34,369 fans in Milwaukee, the largest crowd to attend a pro football game in Wisconsin, the Green Bay Packers lose 17-7 to the Chicago Cardinals on two long touchdown runs. The Packers' only score comes with just 75 seconds left after recovering a fumble on the Cardinals' two-yard line. Green Bay coach and general manager Curly Lambeau is so upset with his team's effort that he threatens disciplinary action against his players.
Two days later, Lambeau ...
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