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Jim Johnson RIP

We'd just like to echo PackerGeeks and pay our respects to Jim Johnson. It's a real shame that all the Favre nonsense will overshadow Johnson's life and story this week.

Simply one of the greats of the sport we all love. He will be missed.

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Shootz's picture

Don't forget the Vick nonsense too.

Ron La Canne's picture

He was a true defensive genius. He will live on through his many students now coaching throughout the league.

Asshalo's picture

"It’s a real shame that all the Favre nonsense will overshadow Johnson’s life and story this week."

I find that a little problematic considering how much coverage you've given the topic. Just saying

packeraaron's picture

Huh? This Johnson post was longer than my Favre post. And I don't think I've posted anything about Favre since I learned of Johnson's death.
In short - what the fuck are you talking about?

Asshalo's picture

Now you're just full of crap. You've followed this story religuously, just like any other packer blog. You buy into and perpetuate the favre drama just as much as anyone.

packeraaron's picture

Right and in all that time, had Jim Johnson passed away? Um, no. Since his passing, how many Favre posts? Um, zero.

Asshalo's picture

Point is you helped push the wheel over the hill and now that it's reached the bottom you've decided to quit pushing.

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