I've researched, I've analyzed, and I've got my facts together. With that information, I have finally put together my annual mock draft. As usual, this is the only Green Bay Packers mock you'll need.
Personally, I hate all forms of All-Star Wrestling. But, from the sounds of it anyway, members of our Green Bay Packers, from the coaches down to the players, seem to think it's great. The latest victim? A.J. Hawk.
There's a fine line between a rumor and a flat out made up story. According to Joe Arrigo, he heard a rumor that the Green Bay Packers were fielding offers for Nick Barnett. Who'd he get it from? As usual, no one knows, and most likely it came from no one at all.
Coming from a guy who says whatever is on his mind, I have to admit I have new found respect for Will Blackmon today for doing just that. I'll even go a step further and give him the benefit of the doubt when he tells me that Jarrett Bush is much better than anyone thinks.
On September 4, the Packers are going to have to settle on 50 non-specialist players from a much larger group of large gentlemen. Between now and that date the Packers are going to have a lot of young men vying for these spots.
As we forge into the 2010 season, one of my goals was to finally have The Packers Lounge official hoodie and T-Shirt available to the many (two) of you that have repeatedly requested one. Even better, you get to vote... perhaps design the winner.
You may hate Taylor Mays now or have a strong opinion that C.J. Spiller isn't the man for the Green Bay Packers. But one thing is for certain, no matter who the Packers take on draft weekend all will be forgotten. And much like this weekend's holiday, those new Packers will instantly be anointed "the best that ever will be."
If you look closely you can see the trend developing. Big time legs brought in as an addition to the kicker. Is it going to render the need for a great return man useless? Or, is it simply a fad? I hope it's the latter.
I was going to take the advice of @jrehor and talk about my Spring Break, but that's as boring as Green Bay Packers news right now. So instead, let's review the best (and worst) Ted Thompson bashing of recent note.
Kudos to Brandon over at the Acme Packing Company for getting me fired up about something on a day I feel like doing nothing. Simple enough question: Do you downgrade a draft pick because he smoked pot?
My name is Globalpack. I can’t break down film and I am not going to spend hours watching the combine, so I can’t really give you a great opinion article. However, I can learn the rules, research the past and use Excel. So please enjoy a comprehensive statistical look at the draft picks of Ted Thompson.
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