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On The Board of Directors, The 2009 Draft, The Salary Cap, and Packer History

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I spent more time on Monday reading about the downfall of Jim Tressel at Ohio State than I did on any NFL news. I've been reading about the investigation for months, but I assumed he was immune (and apparently he thought so too). EDSBS has the video, and the first comment is arguably the best ("I hear RichRod isn't doing anything and he sure knows how to beat Michigan"). Anyway, back to the Green Bay Packers.

Three new names to join Packers' board of directors - JSOnline. More members of the rich and well connected of Northern Wisconsin are on board.

Things That Don't Happen Often As Important As Those That Do | Total Packers. I don't recall any significant draft discussion having LB Larry English going to the Packers at No. 9 overall in 2009, or maybe I just ignored such talk since I was crossing my fingers that NT B.J. Raji would fall into their laps.

PACKERVILLE, U.S.A.: Mixing the Military and the N.F.L. A look back at the times when Vince Lombardi had to deal with players who were called up for active duty.

A trip well worth the price of admission | Lombardi Ave. I'm still bummed I didn't get a chance to visit the Packers Hall of Fame on my last visit to Green Bay. 

The Green Bay Packers and the 2011 Salary Cap: What Ted Thompson Might be Thinking | AllGreenBayPackers.Com. An in-depth look at the roster, and some of the salary cap decisions facing the Packers. This isn't an issue I've written much about because the Packers seem to have some players to release if absolutely necessary, and I don't expect a decrease in the next salary cap. – The Packers Blog Born From Treachery. A look back at Tony Canadeo, who was their one great player during a dismal stretch in franchise history (1948-1951).