As the off-season rolls along, free agency speculation continues. Today, Sam Shields and Matt Flynn are the players of interest for the Packers. We also have a look at new running backs coach Sam Gash, as well as an examination of how completely absurd the idea of Larry Fitzgerald coming to the Packers would be.
That's all I've got for a lead-in today, folks. Enjoy the links!
Former fullback Gash brings 'toughness and grit' to coaching role | Packersnews
I didn't realize how many injuries Gash had in his career, but that pales compared to the issues his friends and teammates had to deal with.
Remembering the Fail Mary; oh, the joy we shared - Packers.com
Vic's sarcasm is really starting to make me happy.
Van Pelt hopes Flynn returns - ESPN Wisconsin
I'd like to see Tolzien back next year as well, but I have a hunch that you'll only see two QBs on the 53-man roster again in 2014.
Packermetrics — Let's Read Some Green Bay Packer Fan Fiction
Occasional APC contributor Paul Noonan goes to town on a ridiculous article about the Packers adding Larry Fitzgerald in the offseason.
Projections for Sam Shields’s Next Contract Are All Over the Board | Cheesehead TV
It's a little ridiculous how varied the projections on Shields are. I still think $6-7 million annually should get the job done, but that's only a gut feeling for right now.
2014 NFL Draft: Size doesn't matter to Jason Verrett - SBNation.com
If you remember, one of SBNation's early mock drafts had Verrett going to the Packers in the first round. Here's an interview with him where he addresses his 5'10" height and why he can overcome the height difference against bigger receivers.
Brandon Weeden wants out of Cleveland - SBNation.com
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