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Humor: NFL Draft Advice for Eliot Wolf

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Humor: NFL Draft Advice for Eliot Wolf

Eliot Wolf, assistant director of player personnel for the Green Bay Packers and son of former Packers general manager Ron Wolf, noted on the social media platform Twitter earlier today that he received a voice mail giving him some unsolicited NFL Draft advice.

Whether this is the actual voice mail he received or it was created in response to Wolf's tweet is unknown.

Either way, it's hilarious.

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ebongreen's picture

Somebody likes 'Bama. No Barron on the shopping list, or would that be somehow "too much"? :-)

Philly the Dane's picture

THAT. WAS. AWESOME!!!

Yeah, just in case you hadn't checked out those SEC guys, allow Garrick's grampa to give you the inside dope. Priceless.

Hey, I think I'll call now and let Wolf know about the Badgers he should draft. Stay away from those Gophers. You don't want no part of them. I curl with a buddy in Duluth and he says no way on that Anthony Jacobs, says he chasing pigs all day and can't catch a one, and that makes him too skinny, see, to play tackle. ... Let's see... Uh, Martha? Who else we got?

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