If this set of NFL team marching songs does not get your toes a-tappin’ and have you itching for the season-opening kickoff, then nothing will! And it all can be yours by visiting this link to the WFMU (a New York radio station) blog right here. Download them all or just the Packers’ fight song. Even if you have to sit through the Bears’ famous ditty, the whole thing is quite entertaining. Here’s the description: “From 1960, the National Football League Marching Band plays the fight songs of the 13 teams that made up the league before the merger. Television conductor and composer Bernie Green handled the conducting chores for this, which was recorded in an impressive two days. But music isn't the only treat here. Each fight song is introduced by a player for the team, so you'll hear "Dandy" Don Meredith for the Cowboys, Johnny Unitas for the Baltimore Colts, and Bart Starr for the Green Bay Packers.”
And now on to today’s video clips: From NFL AM: Green Bay's rushing attack is discussed.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell visited Packers training camp on Wednesday.
Head Coach Mike McCarthy on Wednesday's blitz emphasis in practice.
CB Casey Hayward can make plays.
LB Desmond Bishop: The defense going in the right direction.
The Larry McCarren Report: Defense wins the day.
Mike McCarthy talks about the 2012 season on Jim Rome’s show.
PACKERS ON THE FIELD:
• Pass rush dominates Wednesday practice
• DT B.J. Raji admits he was too focused on stats
• Training Camp at a Glance – Day 6
• A House renovation project
• WR Greg Jennings returns to practice
PACKERS OFF THE FIELD:
• Margaret Meyers leaves with memories
• Goodell speaks on Johnny Jolly
• Goodell on suspensions, Green Bay visit
OTHER NFL NEWS:
• Goodell comfortable with replacement referees
• A close look at an NFL player’s contract