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    Forget about the packers guards, both signed

    The packers lost both guards, one to carolina one to dallas. Would have been great to have one of them, but i think defense is still our bigger priority.

    Notwithstanding the foregoing, does anyone else think that we might have had a legit shot at one of these guys if pace was signed long term. This is an example of where the cap money might have gone.

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    Re: Forget about the packers guards, both signed

    espn reports signing bonus of at least 9 million each.

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    Re: Forget about the packers guards, both signed

    I'll roll the dice at guard with Sapaia or a rookie if it means signing more defensive talent.

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    Re: Forget about the packers guards, both signed

    I honestly think all we need on the offensive line is a tackle and we can get that in the draft. I think Tercero or Saipaia will be more than adequate at guard next to Pace.

    I'm all for signing all free agents on the defensive side of the ball.

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    Re: Forget about the packers guards, both signed

    This is a killer for the Pack, as good as Favre and Green are, that line is what has made the Pack offense for years, I would rate their running system and OL just behind the Chiefs and Broncos in the NFL.
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    Re: Forget about the packers guards, both signed

    Is Tom Nutten returning this year at Guard? :O

    He was really banged up in 04, played his heart out but was mostly running on empty.

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    Re: Forget about the packers guards, both signed

    I can't imagine this pushing Favre in the direction of coming back. This, combiend with Sharper's immenent release, looks like the tactics of a team entering rebuilding mode. I wonder if they'll be rebuilding at QB as well?
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