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Cheese Curds 7/13: The Packers Break the Bank

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The Green Bay Packers are one of the most successful franchises in the league on the field.

They're also incredibly successful at the bank.

The Packers released their annual financial report yesterday thanks to be the only publicly owned franchise in the NFL and it was one for the record books.

The team reported record revenue of $441.4 million for last year, which beat the previous record from 2015 of $408.7 million.

The Packers also reported a record profit from operations of $65.4 million.

With the Titletown District now under construction, these records are sure to broken but what are the other secrets to Green Bay's financial success?

Read that and more in today's cheese curds.

Packers report another record year of revenue--PackersNews.com

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How ironic would it be if the guy who allegedly forced Brett Favre to retire was forced to retire himself by the team? Not happening, says Mark Murphy.

Ranking NFL teams into tiers, from Super Bowl favorites (Patriots) to 'On the clock' (Jets)-USA Today

Season preview season is in full swing and this article predicts we could be getting a 12 vs 12 Super Bowl in Minnesota come February.

Jordy Nelson wins ESPY for Comeback Player--Packers.com

Aaron Rodgers wasn't the only Packers player to win an ESPY last night.

Tony Romo: Aaron Rodgers can play until he's 45--NFL.com

Romo is not exactly an authority on durability, but this would be music to Packers fans' ears