Packers CEO says team's fans divided on Rodgers situation
Green Bay Packers CEO Mark Murphy says he believes the uncertainty surrounding MVP Aaron Rodgers’ future has divided the team’s fan base. “The emails and letters that I’ve received reflect this fact,” Murphy said in a monthly column on the Packers’ website in which he answers questions from fans. Rodgers hasn’t participated in the Packers’ voluntary organized team activities, a change from his usual offseason routine.news.yahoo.com
The Latest: Packers to keep limited attendance at home games
The Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___The Green Bay Packers will limit attendance at Lambeau Field games to team employees and their families for the remainder of the regular season. The team says the decision is based on a continued high rate of coronavirus activity in Brown County and many areas of the state. The Packers have two regular season home games remaining. They face the Carolina Panthers on Dec. 19 and the Tennessee Titans on Dec. 27. The team says an approach to any potential home playoff games will be decided at a later date.
Backwards-facing middle seats on airplanes draw outrage
One of the world's biggest airline seat makers is applying for a patent that's getting under people's skin. They want to build backwards-facing middle seats in planes. TravAlliance Media President & CEO Mark Murphy joins CBSN to show how it'll work.cbsnews.com
Proposed bill could allow companies to rent recalled vehicles
If you're planning to rent a car anytime soon, make sure you read the fine print. A new bill proposed in Congress could allow car rental companies to rent potentially dangerous vehicles. TravAlliance Media President & CEO Mark Murphy joins CBSN to explain why.cbsnews.com