Green Bay Packers sites dropped some straight doom and gloom on Thursday. We've got stories on a potential Super Blow hangover, slashing payroll, and who might not survive first roster cuts should the NFL lockout ever end. I found some good news as well, because we don't want your morning to suck.
In response to much of this list, most will agree. I have a feeling that most will make a frowny face when they see Tom Crabtree's name.
The Green Bay Packers seem more interested in non-football activities this offseason and during a lockout, that doesn't bode well for a repeat.
The Packers already have around $126 million in cash committed to 2011, and that doesn't count any rookies or free agents they will sign, including their own.
Obvious title is obvious. Another edition of Vic Ketchman's mailbag.
A great piece on linebacker Dave Robinson
A late-round pick, Laurence Guy could develop into a great 3-4 defensive end in Green Bay.
What's going on around SB Nation after the jump
Good post, but just like everyone else Joel is complaining that one of the players on the team he covers is vastly underrated on those NFL Network rankings. There are 32 teams and all of them have multiple elite players. End short rant, read it anyway.
Former Cleveland Browns wide receiver Braylon Edwards did not leave the city with the best reputation, and he didn't do a lot to help his cause when he persisted to trash the city when he first became a member of the New York Jets. He seemed to find "closure" so to speak after last year's game against the team though and pretty much toned his antics down.
Obviously I don't know Andy Dalton personally, so it's possible that he has an absolutely iron will that cannot be broken, but I think it has negative effects on rookies when they get their asses kicked. Waiting a year to start would probably suit Dalton.
That's all for today. You should get a weekend post or two out of me. Until then.