The Green Bay Packers had a variety of reactions to Thursday and Friday’s developments surrounding the signing of a new labor agreement that wasn’t.

They ranged from rational to defensive and frustrated to hilarious.

Take a look.

First up, we have quarterback [intlink id=”25″ type=”category”]Aaron Rodgers[/intlink] trying to stem the anti-player tide. He’s probably right, but good luck getting people to buy into that, buddy.

Aaron Rodgers on the lockoutNext we have linebacker [intlink id=”139″ type=”category”]Nick Barnett[/intlink] saying what pretty much everyone feels.

Nick Barnett on the lockoutHere’s soon-to-be ex-Packer [intlink id=”163″ type=”category”]Cullen Jenkins[/intlink], who doesn’t really have any idea what’s going on. Let’s end this thing so the poor guy can get a new contract, hey?

Cullen Jenkins on lockoutTight end [intlink id=”1236″ type=”category”]Tom Crabtree[/intlink] clearly has his priorities in order.

Tom Crabtree on the lockoutLinebacker [intlink id=”492″ type=”category”]Desmond Bishop[/intlink] speaks the truth. Lucky for us, they don’t know what football is in Turkey.

Desmond Bishop on the lockoutReceiver [intlink id=”138″ type=”category”]Greg Jennings[/intlink] is brown nosing. Nice move.

Greg Jennings on the lockoutPunter [intlink id=”791″ type=”category”]Tim Masthay[/intlink] will be at Gold’s Gym for at least a few more days. Feel free to stalk him there.

Tim Masthay on the lockoutOffensive lineman [intlink id=”583″ type=”category”]T.J. Lang[/intlink] reveals the real reason for all the bullshit — [intlink id=”90″ type=”category”]Josh Sitton[/intlink].

T.J. Lang on the lockout