A bunch of guys got overpaid on the first day of free agency, but we could give two shits about most of them. Here’s the free agency wrap up as it pertains to the Green Bay Packers.
Greg Jennings returning to the Green Bay Packers? It’s possible, but apparently only if the Packers thwart off the unholy Minnesota Vikings. This will be interesting.
The Green Bay Packers are showing interest in running back Peyton Hillis, which either means they’re moving on from Steven Jackson or posturing. Oh yeah, and the Packers are in the running for Steven Jackson.
The Green Bay Packers will not be landing defensive end Chris Canty. He signed with the Baltimore Ravens for cheap after the Packers failed to offer him a deal of any amount. You’ll love this.
Erik Walden was a hot free agent on the first day of the signing period for some strange reason. He left the Green Bay Packers for the Indianapolis Colts for some really idiotic money. Go figure that one.
The Green Bay Packers reportedly covet free agent running back Steven Jackson, but do they have a shot at signing him and is he even the right fit? Questions, answered.
The Green Bay Packers have finally decided to consider giving kicker Mason Crosby some competition. I think we can all agree that’s a good thing.
The Green Bay Packers have tendered their restricted free agents. Sam Shields got the second-round tender and Evan Dietrich-Smith got the low-round tender for starters.
Minnesota Vikings players are not reacting well to the team’s trade of receiver Percy Harvin. Kevin Williams can’t even name a receiver on his own team, which should probably not surprise you.
The Minnesota Vikings have traded receiver Percy Harvin to the Seattle Seahawks for a bunch of draft picks. Mark Seattle down for the Super Bowl now.
Greg Jennings says one of his priorities for a new team is good quarterback play, which pretty much eliminates the Minnesota Vikings. Praise the lord!
There appears to be a considerable market for inside linebacker Brad Jones, which makes it unlikely he’ll be returning to the Green Bay Packers in 2013.
The first domino has fallen. Cullen Jenkins signed with the New York Giants on Sunday. Not surprisingly, the Green Bay Packers showed no interest. His deal may ultimately set the market for other defensive linemen, though.
Percy Harvin is out to ruin the Minnesota Vikings and we’re more than happy to support him in his quest, from confrontations with coaches to trade demands.
The NFL’s recent mega-contracts signed by the likes of Calvin Johnson and Joe Flacco make one thing clear. Guaranteed money is here to stay. The Packers will certainly follow the trend.
Cullen Jenkins is open to returning to the Green Bay Packers. Oh really? We never would have guessed. The only problem is the Packers don’t seem interested.
For the second year in a row, Green Bay Packers cornerback Tramon Williams is telling us he played the whole season with an injury. That’s pretty convenient.
The Green Bay Packers had free agent defensive end Chris Canty in for a visit on Thursday and then sent him on his way, so another team can sign him while they hem and haw about what to do.
Charles Woodson hasn’t garnered much interest since the Green Bay Packers cut him. That’s about to change with four teams calling. We handicap the race for Woodson’s services.
Jermichael Finley says he’d walk if the Green Bay Packers asked him to take a pay cut. His agent, however, is open to renegotiation, which is exactly the route the Packers should take.