Al Harris' overtime interception return wins wild-card playoff vs. Seattle (Jan. 4).
Inches from the NFC championship, Green Bay Packers sustain heartbreaking, 20-17 overtime loss at Philadelphia (Jan. 11).
Sherman replaces defensive coordinator Ed Donatell, relieved Jan. 16, with defensive backs coach Bob Slowik, and hires Kurt Schottenheimer to replace Slowik (Jan. 28).
Johnny Roland named running backs coach (Jan. 30). Roland replaces Sylvester Croom, who left for Mississippi State to become first black head coach ever in Southeastern Conference.
Green Bay Packers name Lee Remmel team historian (Feb. 19).
Team promotes Joe Philbin to tight ends coach and hires former NFL head coach Vince Tobin as special assistant (Feb. 27).
Minutes before he becomes a free agent, Green Bay Packers sign blindside protector Chad Clifton to multi-year extension (March 2).
Larry Weyers elected to executive committee, replacing Jim Temp (May 18).
Green Bay Packers Foundation announces $119,200 in grants to 57 civic and charitable organizations (May 20).
Green Bay Packers sign quarterback Tim Couch (June 16).
Club begins work on new practice field installation (June 17).
New Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame welcomes youngster as 100,000th visitor to museum that opened Sept. 4, 2003 (July 12).
Corporate treasurer John R. Underwood announces after tax-operating profit of $20.8 million for 2003-04 fiscal year at annual stockholders' meeting (July 28).
Green Bay Packers' record financial success, derived in part from the new Lambeau Field Atrium and an increase in stadium capacity of more than 7,000 over the prior year, ups corporation reserve fund to $84.5 million.