He's joined by Green Bay wide receiver Randall Cobb, who recounted his upbringing and three years at the University of Kentucky. Cobb has embraced the small-town feel of Green Bay, and relishes the close relationship the Packers have with their fans.
The sense of community shines through in several Packers fans interviewed by Jones, from the beer man simply known as 'Big Al' to catholic school teacher Sister Mary Berg.
"It is to most people much more than a game. It's their lives here in Green Bay," said John O'Neil, the man affectionately referred to as "St. Vincent" or "The Packers Pope."
Jones also interviews Packers defensive back Charles Woodson and spends time at the Green Bay Curling Club.
The show is capped by a musical performance from Madison, Wis., band, PHOX, performing "Clubs and Spades."
More episodes of "In The Zone" with Dhani Jones:
- The good, bad and ugly of Glascott's
- Taking a ride in the Fanbulance
- Dane Sanzenbacher interview
- Andrew Hawkins' long road to the NFL
- The Bengal Bomb Squad
- Encouraging kids with Bengals' Vincent Rey
- Mark Herzlich's amazing journey
- Steve Weatherford, a punter who makes his own luck
- "In the Zone" goes to the barbershop
- The firefighter turned NFL lineman
- The Ultimate Eagles Fan
- At the heart of Philly sports
- Hard work with Randall Cobb
- At the Green Bay Curling Club