Green Bay Packers’ Daniels speaks at banquet

by Steve Ottman Review Correspondent


MIKE DANIELS, Green Bay Packer defensive tackle, jokes around with the crowd at the Marshview Sports Banquet July 14. – Review photo by Steve Ottman MIKE DANIELS, Green Bay Packer defensive tackle, jokes around with the crowd at the Marshview Sports Banquet July 14. – Review photo by Steve Ottman SHEBOYGAN FALLS – Special guest speaker Green Bay Packers defensive tackle Mike Daniels joked with the crowd in attendance at the 16th annual Marshview Sports Banquet, he hinted that he might leave if he didn’t hear a loud “Go Pack Go” response.

With a count of 1, 2 and3, “Go Pack Go” echoed throughout the Rangeline Inn hall in Sheboygan Falls Tuesday night, July 14.

“Wow,” Daniels exclaimed. “I thought I was back at Lambeau Field.”

Daniels, a fourth round pick in 2012 has played in 46 games for the Packers in his first four seasons and last season posted a career-high 37 solo tackles with 6.5 sacks, ranking him 2nd highest on defense.

Daniels was glad to be picked by an organization like the Packers and doesn’t take any year for granted.


THE GREEN BAY PACKERS’ Mike Daniels talks to the gathering at the Marshview Sports Banquet July 14. Daniels was second on the team in sacks last season. – Review photo by Steve Ottman THE GREEN BAY PACKERS’ Mike Daniels talks to the gathering at the Marshview Sports Banquet July 14. Daniels was second on the team in sacks last season. – Review photo by Steve Ottman “Don’t let anyone discourage you,” Daniels commented. “Many of my friends didn’t believe I could make it in the NFL.” “I work hard play, play hard and it’s important to keep your head above water, keep improving. “The skies are the limit.”

“The Packer fans are the best fans in all of the sports,” said Daniels. “Even though we lost in the NFC final against Seattle, our fans were there to greet us at the airport when we came back to Green Bay.”

Daniels said that the season ending loss has the team hungrier to work harder and we’re motivated to get back to the top.

“When I’m on the field, all I think about is how I can make this guy hurt and make his day suck,” Daniels said as he raised his massive arms in the air.

One of the fans asked, “Who was your favorite quarterback to sack last year? With no hesitation, Daniels said New England Patriots QB Tom Brady.

“It was our best defensive game of the season,” Daniels remarked. “But, I thoroughly dislike Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo.”

How was it to beat the New York Jets last season? Daniels stated that he is a South Jersey guy and took a lot of pride in beating his fellow Jersey boys.

Lastly, Daniels spoke how the Packers are one big family and that Coach Mike Mc- Carthy is real personable with each player. One player, Darius Wynn was allowed to go home one night before the super bowl because his wife was expecting a baby.

“I truly have enjoyed family night in Green Bay,” remarked Daniels. “Family night sounds just like a playoff game.”

The Marshview Sportsman Club holds raffles and has live and silent auctions of sports memorabilia as a fundraiser to benefit youth programs, scholarships and supports many conservation programs throughout Sheboygan County. Marshview would like to thank everyone for their support.


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