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#PackersDaily: Free agents here to clean up bad drafts

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#PackersDaily: Free agents here to clean up bad drafts

Earlier this afternoon, I held my daily Packers chat over on our YouTube channel. You can catch the replay below.

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MarkinMadison's picture

Ha-Ha over Amos? HA!

BoCallahan's picture

No one can deliver an emphatic “NO” like Nagler.

Tundraboy's picture

Grading Lewis based on last year's shit show to any degree is the definition of unfair. His remarks given how frustrated he must have been, were tame and actually compareds to so many others, almost professional.

Doug Niemczynski's picture

I concur young Padawan

Doug Niemczynski's picture

Drafting and Free Agency is all a gamble except for HOCKENSON !!

KnockTheSnotOutOfYou's picture

Doug,
Love your enthusiasm for Hock! LOL!

I am sure he would be a good player. Be interesting if it happens and if it does where he is available.

jannes bjornson's picture

If Ferrell is there he goes first.

Hawg Hanner's picture

For all the folks critical of the FA signings, it is so true that there was no alternative but to get some decent players on board before the draft. The roster was weak after TT's many draft misses. You may not like the money or one of the players but this was remedial work. With some decent luck in the draft this will be a far stronger team with a defense that can actually make stops and carry its weight.

Old School's picture

Hawg.....who was the Director of college scouting during this time?

The GM doesn't make these decisions alone or in a vacuum. If the head of scouting says the guy is worth being picked at a certain point, why doesn't he share the blame if the pick doesn't work out?

jannes bjornson's picture

It was shrewd dealing by Gutekunst. Solid targets and no overpay for damaged goods.

KnockTheSnotOutOfYou's picture

Hawg,
Right on!

It was such a sad turn of events to see the team get so run down in terms of talent, loss of talent in the front office with everyone leaving to other teams, and in terms of poor coaching on the field. Still mind blowing to me that Murphy sat so long watching. Even more confusing to me is why so many on here take Rodgers to task for forcing the issue of getting rid of MM and company. Rodgers did this organization a favor and it really is all on Murphy.

FA signings and this upcoming draft along with last years draft will really position the Packers to be a very solid team with a high possibility of being in the playoffs. Loving what Gute/Murphy/Pettine and now LF are doing to the team to turn this dissaster around.

jannes bjornson's picture

You know what. You hit it on the head. I'm going to go out and bag a Rodgers Jersey this year to add to my wardrobe of #4...#5....#15. I have always admired the guy fron his days at Cal and his blog from the GreenRoom---very funny guy.

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