Packers Chronicle Introduces New Writer
Today marks the beginning of a new tenure for the Packers Chronicle’s head writer position. My name is David Arreola and the Packers Chronicle will now feature my writing. I am a twenty-year old political science major and pre- law minor at Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida. I was a Senior Analyst for Bleacher Report’s Green Bay Packers community for six months before leaving the site after the founders of the site left for new ventures.
I am a lifelong Packers fan who first fell in love with the Packers when Brett Favre dove head first into the end zone in the final seconds against the Atlanta Falcons to send the Packers to the playoffs in the final game played in Milwaukee. Since that moment I have developed a love for the tradition of the Packers organization and the history of Lambeau Field.
My ten favorite Packers of all-time are Brett Favre, Bart Starr, Paul Hornung, Don Hutson, Donald Driver, Blood McNally, Jim Taylor, Willie Wood, Curly Lambeau, and of course, Vince Lombardi.
I am excited to join the RantSports community and contribute my writing to its collection.
With the NFL Lockout coming to a close on Monday you can expect lots of activity coming from Packers Chronicle and I hope you visit as often as possible. I put lots of love and care into selecting my writing topics and I love to reply to comments and receive feedback for my articles. If you comment on one of my articles I can guarantee I will respond.
Please ‘like’ the Packers Chronicle on facebook so that you can keep up to date with my articles as well as engage in discussion with fellow Packer fans. For you traditional fans of Packers Chronicle I want to hear your opinions the most, tell me what you want to read! For the newest Packers Chronicle readers, I hope you enjoy what you read and sincerely want you to become regulars in the community.
Thank you for the support and GO PACK GO!
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