It was July 2008, “The Summer of Favre,” yet with all the attention being given to that PR nightmare, Ryan Grant wanted a little attention too. Five months after the Packers had told Grant and his agent that they would “take care of their own” and sign him to a new contract, Grant was [...]
At the age of seven, Ryan Grant was put through what was called a “workout bootcamp.” By the time he as 9, he was tossing automobiles around.
This begs the question: Is Ryan Grant only starting because the organization wants to look right for caving in on his contract demands?
We would like to welcome yet another writer to the Packers Lounge family. I am happy to introduce you to Tyler Bohms, who would like to reiterate what we said all year.
On January 30th, Lounge Lizard Paul suggested I make a top ten WORST players on the team. Here it is, but prepare to be surprised.
The season is over and it is time to reflect on how we got there. It’s time to see who did THEIR job and who should be looking for a NEW job.
Nothing against Ryan Grant, but I have a hard time feeling bad for him and his almost 1.35 million dollar loss in incentive pay.
[podcast]http://dl-client.getdropbox.com/u/26190/podcast.12.2008.mp3[/podcast] Here is this week’s Podcast. Talkin’ Bears, talkin’ Saints, and talkin’ about Dale’s bold prediction. Subscribe with I-Tunes here. Problems? Try here.
The Halloween celebration continues at packerslounge.com with this look at horror villains and what Packers players remind me of them.
I have no idea what I am going to write. Seriously, I am just going to pen this post as it comes and whatever ends up here is going to have to work.