Former Packer, Gilbert Brown, "The Grave Digger," talks with Mike and Phil, promoting his upcoming football camps for kids, in Madison, West Bend, and Oconomowoc.
Brown on his football camps for kids:
It's not a calling. It's just like when people pass things down or when they pass certain things to others. It's just a way of life and I know that football has saved many lives; a lot of guys in the inner city and the streets. It's our chance and should be to give back and to teach what we learned. It's a great opportunity for me.
Brown on Lombardi's shadow in Green Bay:
It hasn't left. It's still there. That's tradition. They have this hallway that I used to walk down every day when I'd go to work. It's all of these banners and all of these traditions and all of these championships. For ten or eleven years I walked down that hallway. The hair on the back of my neck still stands up because of how much tradition and how much Lombardi is in that hallway.