Video: Packer Transplants with Tom Pelissero

Thanks Tom Pelissero for joining us. We talk to Tom about the latest cuts and he helps get Cheesehead Nation ready for next Sunday's game against the Bears. Brian Carriveau chats with us in the 3rd segment to talk Special Teams and the meaning of having 3 fullbacks on the roster. Special thanks to Chris Lempesis of the Ol' Bag of Donuts blog for joining in the live blogging fun!

  • The show kicks off at 30 secs into the video :)
  • Tom Pelissero interview is @ 27:22
  • Brian Carriveau talks Special Teams @ 38:10
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    IronMan's picture

    September 09, 2009 at 01:23 am

    "The swollen package" LMAO

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    Cuphound's picture

    September 09, 2009 at 12:23 pm

    God bless Corey for sticking to his guns about how badly the O-Line stank last year. Yeah, punting was awful, but we're the Packers. A substandard O-Line is a disgrace.

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    VApackerfan's picture

    September 09, 2009 at 12:32 pm

    I agree with Carriveau about drafting Q. Johnson. There is nothing wrong with the guy, and I think he will be good one day, but it just wasn't needed. Kuhn and Hall are fine, and we could have used that pick on the O-line. As for Derrick Martin...I surfed some Ravens forums and most fans seem to be pretty high on Martin's play. That is the complete opposite opinion Packer fans had on Moll. The early consensus is that TT got a steal there, but whether or not Martin will have a better year than Anthony Smith will be later determined.

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    PackerAaron's picture

    September 09, 2009 at 12:48 pm

    Re: It wasn't needed. It's how teams like the Colts and the Steelers stay on top. Draft guys before you need them, develop them, then let the older guys go.

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    duffmon's picture

    September 10, 2009 at 04:50 pm

    Guys, I think you’re missing the bigger picture with what happen on the Packers that led to the release of Ruvell Martin.
    I think Ruvell Martin’s time in Green Bay started to come to an end when Jermichael Finley emerged and show his potential to outman defenders for the ball and in the red zone. Ruvell was Rodgers safety outlet to go up and take the ball away when the other receivers were covered. Now Jermichael Finley is that man. And with improvement at receiver and his versatility Brett Swain became a no brainier to take Ruvell’s spot.

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