The Packers mini camp has started, and on day 1, I recalled one of my favorite cartoons. Some of it is good, others are a recipe for disaster.
If you have hung out here for more than an hour or so, you know it is rare for me to say anything good about anything. However, barring some weird twist, I would like to take this opportunity to bid Aaron Kampman farewell.
The first question that comes to mind is, ” Will these injuries have the same devastating effect on the Packers defense as Nick Barnett’s and Cullen Jenkins’ injuries did last season? With the improvement this year in personnel and scheme, I wouldn’t expect that drastic a drop-off.
Aaron Kampman is fine, A.J. Hawk is fine, and Nick Barnett is fine. Do you want to know why? Because their coaches say that they are.
Nick Collins? Who knows. Atari Bigby? Who knows. Anthony Smith? Who knows. Aaron Rouse? Sucks. Charlie Peprah? Surrrre. We need some solid answers at safety.
Drink it up and pour it down, it’s time for another Packers Lounge six-pack. Here are six Packer’s stories that caught my eye this week.
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.
There’s a very good chance I am killed (or tackled to the ground) for spilling the beans on the secret brotherhood known as “The Church of Kampman.”
A look at the defensive chessboard for the 2009 season.
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.
Let’s put Julius “we’re not going to get him so stop getting your hopes up” Peppers out of the picture for a second and think about this – We might already have our 3-4 linebacker corp.
Our good friends at The Packer Page had a nice write-up of the game last night. Enjoy, and put him on your daily list of Packer reading. By: The Vegas Did that win feel good or what? Sure, it wasn’t all pretty and perfect, but it means 1-0 and a victory over the Vikings. In [...]