The original host of "Inside the Huddle" is back!
Green Bay Packers all-time leading receiver Donald Driver will return to Green Bay on Monday to co-host "Inside the Huddle," the very show he started in 2003. Since 2003, "Inside the Huddle" has aired 300 episodes; weekly regular season shows, playoff programming, NFL Draft, Hall of Fame and Training Camp specials plus Legends specials honoring the biggest names in Packers history including Brett Favre, Bart Starr, Jerry Kramer and more. Driver hosted "Inside the Huddle" exclusively from 2003-2010 and then was joined by an all-pro cast including James Jones and Clay Matthews. Eventually Randall Cobb and Jordy Nelson would take over hosting duties followed today by Davante Adams, Mason Crosby and Blake Martinez.
"Inside the Huddle" is shot in Green Bay front of an audience of fans each week. You can be in the studio audience for the live broadcast on Monday night. The show is broadcast from the Green Bay Distillery on Mike McCarthy Way in Ashwaubenon. Doors open at 4:30 p.m.
"Inside the Huddle" airs in all five Wisconsin TV markets plus Illinois and Michigan. The show is the longest running Packers programming and is consistently the top-rated Packers TV show in Green Bay. The show is a produced by Lammi Sports Management in partnership with WLUK FOX 11. FOX 11 Sports Directors Drew Smith (2003-2016) and now Josh Moser have served as co-hosts through the years.