The Dope Sheet

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Dope Sheet from 1921

The "Dope Sheet" was the official press release and game program for the Green Bay Packers from 1921-24.

It was written by George Whitney Calhoun, the club's first publicity director. Because of the constant changing of teams and players in the NFL during the 1920s, the Dope Sheet was crucial in keeping fans up-to-date on the Packers and their opponents.

Recently[when?], the Packers have re-introduced the Dope Sheet as a downloadable guide to the upcoming game on their website.

External links

  • Green Bay Packers web site
  • example from, The Dope Sheet for Nov 11, 2007 game against the Minnesota Vikings

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