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My favorite Reggie White moment, aside from his 3-sack Superbowl obviously, was when he wrestled Steve McMichael at WCW's Slamboree.

Back then I still thought it was completely real, and seeing Reggie on the mat was epic and lifechanging to this 9 year old. When McMichael swore at him, Reggie flipped. God I miss the "Minister of Defense."
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Couple days late, but Happy Birthday Nick Barnett! Looks like he celebrated appropriately, Bunnies and all.

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Who here knows all the dates of the rest of our OTA's and Training Camp and Family Night and all that?
I can't wait. I'm ready. Like yesterday.

Aaron Rodgers should be the MVP if he plays just as well as last year, no better. Our pass defense will be better, and so will our pass protection. If all that happens as planned, we're 12-4 at worst and in the NFC Title game at worst, and Arod is named MVP and finally will get his credit nationwide that he deserves! I mean look at his first 2 seasons as a starter and compare that to anyone else in history.

Kurt Warner and Rodgers I bet have the best first 2 years starting. Ever, passer-rating wise.

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OTA's start up again June 2nd. There's a full squad minicamp June 21-23. Training camp begins July 31st. Family night is TBA.
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With Jennings, Finley, Driver, Jones, and Nelson there isn't enough targets to go around. People are also quickly to forget how good of a return man Blackmon has been for us as well. Yes he may lose some speed/agility coming off a torn ACL but did the Saints have a good return man? How about the Steelers? Giants? Colts? A good return man is a luxuary and should really be the last of our worries.
I agree with everything, but this. We saw how guys like Dante Hall, Devin Hester and even Percy Harvin have changed games in an instant. Can't forget the Superbowl MVP Desmond Howard.

Yes it's a luxury, but it's a luxury Green Bay hasn't had for a long time. Can you imagine if they were able to start a drive at the 40 rather than the 20? Maybe it's far down the list of needs, but I definitely think they should be trying, and trying hard to find someone to ignite their imcompetent special teams.

Thankfully their offense is good enough to erase a poor return in a span of 1-2 plays, but it would be a welcomed addition. Obviously they aren't going to pull off a trade, so I'd love to see Shields make the team or Blackmon return to form. We'll see I suppose.
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I agree with everything, but this. We saw how guys like Dante Hall, Devin Hester and even Percy Harvin have changed games in an instant. Can't forget the Superbowl MVP Desmond Howard.

Yes it's a luxury, but it's a luxury Green Bay hasn't had for a long time. Can you imagine if they were able to start a drive at the 40 rather than the 20? Maybe it's far down the list of needs, but I definitely think they should be trying, and trying hard to find someone to ignite their imcompetent special teams.

Thankfully their offense is good enough to erase a poor return in a span of 1-2 plays, but it would be a welcomed addition. Obviously they aren't going to pull off a trade, so I'd love to see Shields make the team or Blackmon return to form. We'll see I suppose.
I guess what I'm trying to get at is that a return man isn't a neccessity to winning a Super Bowl. Hester was a huge factor for the Bears a few years ago against the Colts but in the end, the Colts won. Desmond Howard gave us that spark but we also had the best defense in both points and yards that year. If we have room for a returner then by all means, but right now I'd rather use that roster spot at LB or CB.
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I guess what I'm trying to get at is that a return man isn't a neccessity to winning a Super Bowl. Hester was a huge factor for the Bears a few years ago against the Colts but in the end, the Colts won. Desmond Howard gave us that spark but we also had the best defense in both points and yards that year. If we have room for a returner then by all means, but right now I'd rather use that roster spot at LB or CB.
Ah, dang it. I concede...CB/LB are much more pressing needs than a KR/PR. I'm just so flip'n tired of there be almost 0 potential of a Green Bay player taking one to the house. I know it's been 13-14 years now, but Howard spoiled me. I wish they could find even a fraction of that.

That's probably my only gripe with this year's draft. There was a lot of speedy WR specialists who could have fit the mold. I can't complain though.
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Ah, dang it. I concede...CB/LB are much more pressing needs than a KR/PR. I'm just so flip'n tired of there be almost 0 potential of a Green Bay player taking one to the house. I know it's been 13-14 years now, but Howard spoiled me. I wish they could find even a fraction of that.
You don't have to settle or ignore the problem.
We didn't even draft a single CB.
We didn't even draft a single LB.
Desmond Howard didn't cost us a 1st or 2nd round draft pick.
Nor did Josh Cribbs or Dante Hall, nor would Ted Ginn have either.

But we all love the speed of Sam Shields, and Baidger fans saw first-hand how fast the guy is returning a kick. Although that was a trick play, he still ran around and past everyone.

I'm hoping he's the answer there at KR. Maybe James Starks will Spark the unit if Sam I am turns into Sam I am not.
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Will Blackmon's gotta have tougher skin than this. He's been getting into a Twitter back-and-forth with Packer bloggers @Packerslounge and kind of @Aaron_Nagler as well. Nothing really newsworthy, but he's taking criticism pretty personally.

I suppose it could be taken as just "fun," but we've seen where Twitter comments can lead...Lucky for Will, he't not really big enough to be noticed. The only reason I bring it up is because this isn't the 1st time. A couple of months ago, he did the same thing when someone criticized his play.

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Thrill does do a lot of trash talking for a devout Christian, which I find puzzling.

I don't expect too much from the ACL torn Blackmon this year. Hope I'm wrong.
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(wow, this is the first post in here in the month of June)

Some notes from today's OTA's:

-Bush is the nickel CB. Lee and Underwood are base CBs.
-Rookie Quarless drops pass in drills. He is getting plenty of instruction from TE coach Ben McAdoo today. He is raw and has a ways to go.
-Brandon Jackson and Jordy Nelson and Pat Lee returning kickoffs.
-Former Packers C Mike Flanagan is here working with the OLine as a coaching intern.
-Sam Shields lined up as punt returner.

Now, this from McCarthy's press conference prior to the practice (so take it with a grain of salt as we heard great things about Barbre last off-season):
-Pat Lee every time he gets on field makes plays. Excited about what he's shown so far. Brandon Underwood candidate for most improved.
-Burnett is natural football player. As for Bigby, all of our players understand importance of OTA and opportunities they are given.
-Concerned for Johnny Jolly. Monitoring situation closely.
- Have not talked to Jolly in at least a month. This will definitely be learning experience for him -- the court process. (WTF? how is it monitoring closely if we haven't talked to the bruthah in at least a month?..... someone clue me in please)
-QB Graham Harrell had heck of a workout. Had good grades from our scouts, Impressed with his velocity.
-Brad Jones also jumps out in terms of improvement from last year
-James Starks has been injured, and is getting close. Don't have time frame. Hamstring injury.
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http://www.jsonline.com/blogs/sports/95693989.html

http://host.madison.com/wsj/news/loc...cc4c03286.html

This can't end well. 7 Packers interviewed about possible sexual assault. 6 of them were released and aren't suspected of anything, they are: Matt Flynn, Josh Sitton, Korey Hall, Brad Jones, Clay Matthews, and Khalil Jones.

Other Packers in the area at the time for a golf tournament were:
Clifton, Tauscher, Crosby, Colledge, B-Jax, Lumpkin, and Brandon Underwood. Sure hope this blows over.
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For this to even be a topic of conversation it's troubling, and hopefully nothing negative will come out of it.
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This can't end well. 7 Packers interviewed about possible sexual assault. 6 of them were released and aren't suspected of anything, they are: Matt Flynn, Josh Sitton, Korey Hall, Brad Jones, Clay Matthews, and Khalil Jones.

Other Packers in the area at the time for a golf tournament were:
Clifton, Tauscher, Crosby, Colledge, B-Jax, Lumpkin, and Brandon Underwood. Sure hope this blows over.
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well my guess it is someone who is married. so who of the named players is married?

i know Crosby is married, anyone else married?
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http://packersinsider.com/2010/06/is...ers-footsteps/

It's not Mason Crosby, it's Brandon Underwood from what I have heard.
And it sounds like it might be a bogus claim.
Let's hope so.

What's funny is this forum has been DEAD for days, but now a report like this, and I guess the season is under way now in here! Woo-hoo!!!
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It's not Mason Crosby, it's Brandon Underwood from what I have heard.
And it sounds like it might be a bogus claim.
Let's hope so.

What's funny is this forum has been DEAD for days, but now a report like this, and I guess the season is under way now in here! Woo-hoo!!!
Maybe Jarret Bush's name will surface...Best case scenario in a terrible situation? Ah, that's just mean. Hopefully everyone is cleared and it's nothing more than a couple of money-hungry fools. Where there's smoke though...
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Some notes from today's OTA's:
-Sam Shields lined up as punt returner.

Now, this from McCarthy's press conference prior to the practice (so take it with a grain of salt as we heard great things about Barbre last off-season):
-Pat Lee every time he gets on field makes plays. Excited about what he's shown so far. Brandon Underwood candidate for most improved.
-Burnett is natural football player. As for Bigby, all of our players understand importance of OTA and opportunities they are given.
-Concerned for Johnny Jolly. Monitoring situation closely.
- Have not talked to Jolly in at least a month. This will definitely be learning experience for him -- the court process. (WTF? how is it monitoring closely if we haven't talked to the bruthah in at least a month?..... someone clue me in please)
-QB Graham Harrell had heck of a workout. Had good grades from our scouts, Impressed with his velocity.
-Brad Jones also jumps out in terms of improvement from last year
-James Starks has been injured, and is getting close. Don't have time frame. Hamstring injury.
I mean obviously MM is going to praise his players, because what would knocking them do? But still, hearing that Pat Lee is on the field early and often and Jones making improvements is somewhat exciting. Like you said, take it with a grain of salt, but it's more fun to be optimistic.

I still wish they had a veteran backup QB though...It's not very comforting to know Graham Harrell and Matt Flynn are waiting in the wings if Rodgers goes down. But that will not happen (knock on wood).
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What do you guys think, who will start next to Woodson? Harris, Williams or Lee?
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What do you guys think, who will start next to Woodson? Harris, Williams or Lee?
Hard to see Harris ready for week 1. Williams has the edge over any CB on our roster not named Woodson or Harris so to me its clearly him. Lee has to stay healthy which in itself would be an accomplishment.
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Williams is a lock I'm more interested in Burnett vs. Bigby. My money is on Burnett. Bigby isn't helping himself any by not signing his tender.
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The two most underrated Packer players by Packer fans:

1. Ryan Grant
2. Atari Bigby
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The two most underrated Packer players by Packer fans:

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2. Atari Bigby
Id say Grant is a pretty good back and I have seen him generate some hate for no reason. He isnt spectacular but he has definitely done a pretty good job behind a pretty suck o-line that has been shuffled alot while hes been here. The best part about the guy is he isnt an Ahman Green or AD who cough the ball up alot. Plus he was had for a 6th round pick.

Bigby definitely has made some big plays in the past but that was missing last year partly because he was out alot so its kind of hard to judge him. Hopefully he stays healthy an can become a force.

Bigby an Tramon will sign the tenders soon or the Packers can cut the salaries to less if they dont. Atleast thats what I heard... I think they have like a little less then 2 weeks left.
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