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Veteran inside linebacker Desmond Bishop missed all of last season with a leg injury
The Green Bay Packers released Desmond Bishop on Monday – making official what was first reported last week. The veteran inside linebacker missed the entire 2012 season after rupturing a hamstring in August. The team will immediately gain $3.46 million in salary cap relief (there will be a hit of $800,000 in 2014).
While surprised by the move at first, I can understand GM Ted Thompson’s rationale. The Packers have been decimated by injuries in recent seasons, so the thought of relying on a 29-year-old player coming off a serious leg injury couldn’t have been appealing. Plus, even in today’s NFL, $3.46 million is a decent amount of money – especially when you consider how many key players will be free agents next spring.
So I’m OK with getting rid of Bishop. What I’m not OK with, however, is willingly going into a season with A.J. Hawk and Brad Jones as the starting inside linebackers. It’s one thing to start them due to injury; it’s quite another to start them by choice. At a position that screams out for physicality, Dom Capers will employ two of the least physical inside linebackers in the league. Hawk hasn’t forced a fumble since George W. Bush was in the White House. That’s almost impossible. Jones, to his credit, tries to smack people, but his linear build and lack of power seldom causes ball carriers to go backwards.
Some fans are holding out hope that Terrell Manning will show enough this summer to supplant either Hawk or Jones, but that’s probably wishful thinking at this point. While the former North Carolina star has talent, he was a non-factor as a rookie due in part to a serious stomach ailment that plagued him throughout his first training camp. At best, Manning might get some snaps in certain packages, where his knack for blitzing the quarterback can be taken advantage of. But when it comes to the base and the nickel, expect to see plenty of Hawk and/or Jones. And that’s apparently just fine with Thompson. Something tells me that’s also just fine with every opposing offensive player on Green Bay’s upcoming schedule.
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Three weeks after losing tight end Tom Crabtree, the Packers may have found his replacement. Matt Mulligan agreed to terms Sunday on a one-year deal. The 28-year-old was released by the Rams last month. Mulligan caught a career-high 8 passes last season, but he earns his living as a run blocker. At 265 pounds, the [...]
I have to admit I get a little frustrated at this time of year. Not because GM Ted Thompson refuses to pay average players like superstars, but because he refuses to pay anyone. I keep waiting for him to add another Ryan Pickett to the roster, but it hasn’t happened in the past seven years [...]
According to a published report, the Packers are among 4 teams to express interest in 30-year-old defensive back Michael Huff. I’m not going to get excited since the odds are very much against Ted Thompson outbidding 3 of his colleagues for a free agent, but if Green Bay’s sometimes maddeningly consistent general manager was ever [...]
The Packers’ roster is filled with stars, but there are just as many little-known backups whose dreams are a lot bigger than their current roles. I’ll be focusing on those players in this new weekly feature. How did he get to Green Bay? Robert Francois was originally signed by the Vikings as an undrafted free agent [...]
ESPN Wisconsin’s Jason Wilde actually wrote the following two sentences: “The Green Bay Packers knew they were taking a risk by not giving tight end Tom Crabtree a restricted free-agent tender. On Friday night, that decision came back to haunt them.” That decision came back to haunt them? Are you kidding me? While Crabtree is [...]
Not that it was ever – I repeat ever – a possibility, but Mike Freeman of CBS Sports needed to inform us last week that Aaron Rodgers won’t hold out. Well, if Mike continues to feel the need to waste his time writing stories about complete non-stories, I have a few suggestions of my own. He [...]
Just a few short weeks ago, it seemed a foregone conclusion that Greg Jennings wouldn’t be back with the Packers. Well, that was then and this is now. According to Alex Marvez of FOXSports, NFC North rivals Green Bay and Minnesota are currently battling it out to sign the former Pro Bowl wide receiver. If [...]
The start of free agency on Tuesday is like an unofficial holiday for many fans, but for Cheeseheads, Tuesday is just the second day of another work week. That’s because the Packers have signed only four unrestricted free agents since 2008. General manager Ted Thompson doesn’t figure to change his ways this offseason, but you [...]
The Green Bay Packers began the season with 10 rookies on the 53-man roster. That’s a pretty high number – especially for a team than won 15 games the previous year. But GM Ted Thompson didn’t hang on to all those rookies to save money or to make himself look good. He kept them because [...]
According to Bob McGinn, the Packers will try out kicker Michael Barnard on Monday. The 27-year-old graduated from Division III Fairleigh Dickinson in 2008, but he hasn’t been able to land a job with an NFL team. For the first time in years, GM Ted Thompson appears willing to bring a second kicker to camp. [...]
With all the focus on Charles Woodson, Greg Jennings, Jermichael Finley and A.J. Hawk, the future of Brad Jones hasn’t been mentioned much in the past few weeks. It should’ve been. General manager Ted Thompson would be wise to re-sign the veteran linebacker before the start of free agency next Tuesday. Jones isn’t talented enough [...]
I wouldn’t call myself a draftnik. I don’t watch the NFL Combine on television. I don’t spend countless hours pouring over video. I don’t live in my parents’ basement. And I don’t get an erection when I hear Mike Mayock’s voice. But I do watch an awful lot of college football on Saturday afternoons, so [...]
By releasing defensive back Charles Woodson, general manager Ted Thompson cleared about $10 million of much-needed cap space. So far, that’s the only bloated salary removed from the payroll. There needs to be more. A.J. Hawk, Ryan Pickett, Mason Crosby and Jermichael Finley will count $25.6 million against the cap in 2013. That comes out [...]
The release of Charles Woodson leaves a potential hole in the secondary heading into the 2013 season. And while both M.D. Jennings and Jerron McMillian played a significant number of snaps in 2012 and both showed potential, there’s no guarantee that either youngster is ready to be a full-time starter. General manager Ted Thompson is [...]