Something strange is going at 1265 with the Green Bay Packers this off-season. My only guess is that someone stole Ted Thompson and replaced him with a “Tedinator.”
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. [...]
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.
That was the subject line of an email I received from my father today. The following text comprised the remainder of the message (via profootballtalk):
I brought this topic up earlier in the Morning Minute. With an uncapped year looming, is 2010 the last real shot for the Green Bay Packers? I think it just might be.
From his interview with Greg Bedard of the Milwaukee Journal, Ted Thompson claims he didn’t pay any attention to the NFC Championship Game. We all know he is lying.
Playoffs or no playoffs, Ted Thompson has most likely done enough to spend another year in the Bay.
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.
Amidst the bitter plots of our former drama ridden hall of fame quarterback trying to don the pansy purple, it seems the Packers have addressed some needs to make a playoff push for 2009.
A Year ago Mark Murphy offered Brett a 20 million dollar olive branch. Brett declined. What about this year?
Want to run an NFL organization for the day? Here’s your chance. Let’s take a look into the future.
I know you’re thinking about coming back, Brett. You probably want to stick it to the Pack. Do it. I dare you.