Ted Thompson-never surprising, but sometimes I wish he was.
Three weeks changes perspective on things.
Hard to complain about the offense heading into 2011.
If there was ever a white GM that needed to get on the horn with another free-agent White guy, it’s Ted Thompson.
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.
Internet commentary can be entertaining. It can also be racist, moronic, and littered with spelling and grammatical errors.
I always take the opportunity to point out the rare occasion that I might not be insane. Enter Harry Sydney, former Packer running backs coach.
I’ve heard a lot of moaning and groaning already about Aaron Kampman leaving and how on earth will Ted Thompson fill all the holes on his roster. If you ask me, there really isn’t much to fill. In fact, the 2010 Green Bay Packers are about as close to 2009′s squad as you can get. [...]
Why don’t teams sign more restricted free agents? The common response is a team must give up a draft choice. However, would you rather spend millions of dollars on an unproven talent or on a proven player?
All of a sudden there is a butt load of things to talk about. Six topics is just not going to be enough today. Time to squash the Tim Tebow talk and start dissecting the latest Green Bay Packers news. Here is your Six Pack.
Hello Lounge, Mr. Bacon here with another quality Packer’s free agency and draft article.
Every year, NFL teams seem to go through the same rigmarole; star players and role players decide to “test the waters” of free agency while general managers idly stand by.