As we all know there are quite a few different ways to view the state of the franchise as we head into the final weeks of the NFL draft. Here is one extreme.
I ran across this post while browsing around today, and had to read it several times to decide how I felt. It has a few things I agree with, but I am not so sure about the rest of it. I really disagree with this following paragraph.
“As I seem to document each and every year, I always like at least 4 picks in the first 3 rounds. We already have that. With our defensive transition and our crippled OL, this year I want 7 picks in the first 4 rounds. For example, trading down in the first round…sliding about 12-15 spots…grabbing another 3 & a 4. Additionally, trading Rasta Al for a 2. Or trading AK-74 for a 2nd round pick. Shaking his hand. Slapping his back. Letting him know that he’ll be a Packer HOF’er. A “we appreciate his service type of thing.” Hell, if Jerry Rice can be a Seahawk, Favre a Jet, Montana a Chief, Lott a Jett, Emmitt a Cardinal, Deion a Raven, Sapp a Raider, Seau a Patriot, Dawkins a Bronco, and now Derrick Brooks might wear another helmet? Well, I’m OK with AK-74 wearing another uniform as well if it betters the franchise. Got me?”
I’m really not OK with Kampman in any other jersey right now. Plus, at 29, Kampman is hardly watching the twilight years sneak up on him. Is he a lock for the Packer HOF today?
Now that’s the best question of them all.
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