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Packers Frank Zombo & Graham Harrell Impress Sturgeon Bay

The Sturgeon Bay varsity wrestling team was featured as the "WRLU Team of the Week" last night on the "Witt Ford Red Zone with Graham Harrell." Special guests Packers' quarterback Graham Harrell and linebacker Frank Zombo greeted and congratulated the boys for their fantastic efforts at the Kimberly Papermaker Invitational.

The number one comment heard after the show last night was, "You picked the two cutest guys on the team." The ladies were going crazy over the young Packers players excited to receive autographs and pose for pictures with the players.

Zombo revealed he is a Door County frequenter in the summer. The linebacker boats in Southern Door County and has friends on Washington Island. The Michigan native said he has really fallen in love with Green Bay and the entire state since his first year in the league three years ago.

Co-host Graham Harrell also told WRLU listeners that he used to live with Zombo during their rookie season. Frank Zombo talked about Graham Harrell's living situation his first two seasons in the NFL.

Frank Zombo

Next week's Packers guest will be tight end Brandon Bostick. The show airs from 5:15 – 7:00 PM.


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