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  1. Random Packer News & Notes

    Bakhtiari was unsigned and Bulaga had been hurt. Spriggs showed what I expected of him when he was playing healthy, that was just rare. OT with his movement skills are more rare than tweener S/LB.
  2. 2019 WR Corps

    I could see 2 picks rounds 2-4 though at WR.
  3. A few predictions about the MLF Offense

    I think people are extrapolating Too heavily. Yes I expect a slight boost in % of run plays,but I don't expect a ton of heavier formations or a drastic shift in run/pass ratio because that's where the talent on this team is.
  4. Packers Training Camp 2019

    If cut after year two he will have made 27.25 or 13.6/per. It's early I will double check my math late either way it's a team friendly contract that makes him earn it to hit that big value
  5. Packers Training Camp 2019

    One more time Z Smith Year - Cap cost - dead money - savings 2019 - $7.25 - $20 - -$12.75 2020 - $17.25 - $15 - $2.25 2021 - $20.75 - $10 - $10.75 2022 - $20.75 - $5 - $15.75
  6. Packers Training Camp 2019

    16.5 is a BS number. I did the contract breakdown. He is a 7.25 hit this year. If he doesn't earn it, he won't see year 3 or 4.
  7. NFL News & Notes

    Why even do the test?
  8. Packers Training Camp 2019

    By the way have you looked at the structure of those "reckless" deals. Z Smith Year - Cap cost - dead money - savings 2019 - $7.25 - $20 - -$12.75 2020 - $17.25 - $15 - $2.25 2021 - $20.75 - $10 - $10.75 2022 - $20.75 - $5 - $15.75 If he's not worth the money he's easy to cut. Not at all a risky structure.
  9. Packers Training Camp 2019

    Lol "reckless spending spree" just happens to coincide with a draft class that no one got 2nd deals AND some aging vets coming off the books. Funny how that works
  10. Packers Training Camp 2019

    Or Casey Hayward? He spent most of his rookie deal with hamstring injuries
  11. Green Bay Packers 2019 Offensive Line

    Well you probably aren't going to keep a pure backup C on your roster so you are just asking them to prep to be backups. When a starting C is needed, I'd rather find a new one than slide a G.
  12. 1[12]: Rashan Gary [EDGE; Michigan]

    It's promising but again not in pads or live reps. Athletically he should give people a hard time 1v1. Let's see him versus our two bookend tackles. Let's see some full team reps. Let's see him react. I hope he can but I need to see it.
  13. Mike Daniels released

    Daniels was playing bad before he was injured.
  14. Mike Daniels released

    Lowry is a solid starter who would be a valuable part of the DL on most teams in the league and is young and healthy. Daniels is an aging vet coming off significant injury, who looked to have regressed last year to the point he is best used situationally and you can bet on it going downhill from here. Just a straight comparison of the two as of 2019
  15. Green Bay Packers 2019 Offensive Line

    Ok good I'm not the only one. I'd be a bit nervous with Spriggs as a #1 just because he hasn't done it yet, but he's been solid as a swing OT, and I agree many teams have worse starters out there. Not saying he's a lock, but he'd have to struggle AND someone would have to take advantage of that.
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