I just got done reading a great breakdown by the infamous Greg Bedard about the state of affairs on the offensive line and the potential for another restructuring. Although I have faith that the Packers will write some checks today, Daryn Colledge can bite me.
The money line from Bedard is right here:
"Make no mistake, Colledge would like to leave Green Bay and his agent will be working hard to get a team to offer him a contract. He is tired of being forced to play multiple positions, which Colledge feels has hurt his development."
Give me a break. The one-year-old next door cries less than you are right now Daryn. Instead of ballin', why don't you take some responsibility for your suckage.
"As for Colledge, privately he is furious with the Packers. He expected a first-round tender and likely did not get it."
You want a better tender? Play like it. Guys that get that label can play, period. Yes, your development may have suffered being moved around a bit, but elite first round players adjust and make the most of that kind of situation. You just decided to suck at it.
If you don't like it here in Green Bay, get the hell out. I don't see anyone really shedding a whole bunch of tears when the door hits your forever getting torched backside. Make sure and take your show with you. If you spent half as much time worrying about your performance as you do your television career, maybe we wouldn't be having this discussion.
You want to know why you didn't get a first round tender? Because you are not first round material. First round guys are players, no matter where they are asked to perform.
Daryn Colledge... my new least favorite Packer.
Note: Daryn Colledge was also the only person I know of that was sad when Tony Moll left. Enough. Said.
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