TLW 82nd Annual
|KEYNOTE SPEAKER Lynn Dickey
In 1976 he was packaged in a trade to the Green Bay Packers involving John Hadl. His Packers career got off to a rocky start. Dickey suffered a broken leg in 1977, causing him to miss two full calendar years. But by 1980 he was back as the starter. Dickey led the Packers to the 16-team playoffs in the strike-shortened 1982 season. The Packers won the opening round after Dickey went 19 of 26 (73%) for 286 yards with 4 touchdowns and no interceptions in a 41–16 triumph over the St. Louis Cardinals. Green Bay was eliminated the following week by the Dallas Cowboys in the divisional round after Dickey went 24 of 37 for 274 yards with 1 touchdown and 3 interceptions as the team fell 37–26.
Perhaps the high point of Dickey's NFL career came in 1983 when he powered the Packers' offense to a then-team record 429 points. His 4,458 yards that season served as the team record until being surpassed by Aaron Rodgers in 2011, and threw a career-best 32 touchdowns, the most in the NFL in 1983. Dickey was named second-team All-NFC behind Joe Theismann. Dickey's Packers had beaten Theismann's Super Bowl champion Washington Redskins in a thrilling Monday Night Football game earlier that season (Washington kicker Mark Moseley missed a field goal in the closing seconds, preserving the Packers' 48–47 win). The game remains the highest aggregate score in MNF history, and is included in NFL Network's program "Top Ten Quarterback Duels".
Dickey retired from professional football prior to the 1986 season, after he was waived late in training camp. He holds Packers records for highest completion percentage in a game with a minimum of 20 attempts (19-21, 90.48%, versus New Orleans on December 13, 1981). His record for most passing yards in a 1980 game (418 versus Tampa Bay on October 12) was broken by Matt Flynn on Jan. 1, 2012 with 480 yards. (Aaron Rodgers had 422 in a playoff game against the Arizona Cardinals); and highest average gain in a season (9.21 yards per attempt in 1983). The latter is an NFL single-season record for quarterbacks with 400 or more attempts.
Department of Revenue
Tyler Quam - Tyler is a Special Agent in Charge with the Alcohol & Tobacco Enforcement unit. Tyler has been in this role for about two years and was previously an agent with the unit, serving a primary enforcement area in the west central part of the state. Before that, he was a Revenue Field Agent in the Wis. Dept. of Revenue's Field Compliance Bureau. Tyler has been with the department for over 13 years.
Kurt Goodreau - Kurt has been with DOR's Alcohol & Tobacco Enforcement Unit for approximately one year. Kurt's primary area of enforcement is the east central part of the state. Before joining DOR, Kurt worked as a police officer and detective with the Lake Delton Police Department for over 25 years. Prior to that, Kurt also worked as a trooper with the Wisconsin State Patrol.
Rick Uhlig - Rick has been with DOR's Alcohol & Tobacco Enforcement Unit for over 25 years. Rick's primary area of enforcement spans the northeast and northcentral parts of the state. Before joining DOR, Rick worked as an inspector with the Wisconsin State Patrol.
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