This week at Packers Talk Radio Network:
James Jones signed with the Raiders this week, and Ian wonders if the Packers will regret letting him walk away.
Speaking of walking away, Marshall Newhouse’s often angst filled tenure with the Packers came to an end this week when he signed with the Bengals. John says his final act as a Packer taught us the meaning of class.
A much quieter week in free agent signings this past week, with the re-signing of James Starks being the big news.
Ross ponders whether the re-signing of James Starks also signals the end of John Kuhn in Green Bay.
Matt says that although the Packers have plenty of weapons on offense, they still have needs on offense.
Ian gave us five players the Packers could have looked at in week two in free agency-they signed none of them.
Jacob discussed several draft combinations the Packers may be considering.
Are the Packers better or worse now than they were just a few weeks ago? Ross looks at this in depth.
John provided us with a great Bart Starr tribute video to satisfy our Packers fix.
Out of the Pocket was back with their latest episode, featuring special guest Tom Wrigglesworth AKA Aaron Rodgers’ Doppelganger. A great show!
Ol’ Bag of Donuts’ latest podcast discussed the free agent activity as only they can.
And From The Benches was back talking about The Meaning of Life from an Existential Perspective-otherwise knows as Packers football.
Be sure to head over to AllGBP.com and check out this week’s edition of Surviving Sunday: Packers News, Notes and Links for the Football Deprived. It is a must read every Sunday during the far too long NFL off season.
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