Every year, there’s the temptation of signing the “big name” free agent. Every year, somebody pays an exorbitant amount of cash for one player. Does the player help a team win a championship? The short answer? No.
I thought we would have a little fun today trying to gauge where Packer Nation is as we enter the final game of 2009. It’s officially time to look forward, so let’s find out where we’re at.
I wanted to accomplish a few things today. To start, I want to tell you several interesting things that I have been hearing. Also, it’s time to call somebody out – the good way.
I sat down to write up today’s grades for your 2009 Green Bay Packers and I just couldn’t do it. They say the grieving process has several stages, I think I just hit anger.
But, think carefully. The only safeties ready to start next week are Martin and Bush. This is not good, not good at all.
The Packers have to cut five players by tomorrow to get the roster down to 75. Here are the ten players I think those five will come from.
Signing Mike Vick was a top secret discussion amoung the coaching staff today in Packersville. Our insiders told us they had to swear on their first born’s life not to discuss the team’s interest in signing Vick.
In this 2-part series, I am examining the Packer’s crop of undrafted free agents and predict their chances of making the 53-man roster.
With fourteen new undrafted free agents (UFAs) signed in 2009, the Packers are once again spinning the “Undrafted Free Agent Wheel of Fortune”.
Aaron Kampman will not be a Packer in 2010. The guy has one nice payday left, and he isn’t going to get it from the Packers regardless.
The Green Bay Packers have just announced the signing of defensive tackle Brian Soi.
Lounge lizard Asshalo recently found an article by Kevin Seifert criticizing Ted Thompson and said he’d like to hear an objective response, something I couldn’t do.