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I take it that this list is intended only for teams that don't have a QB like AR already on their roster?

Having said that, I would be happy if GB signed a veteran backup like Chad Henne, Matt Moore, Ryan Mallett, or Ryan Fitzpatrick.


I would also be happy with a D/D QB like Mike White, Riley Ferguson, Chas Litton, Kyle Lauletta, or Kurt Benkert.
By David Carr

1) Drew Brees, free agent
2) Kirk Cousins, free agent
3) Case Keenum, free agent
4) Josh Rosen, draft prospect
5) A.J. McCarron, free agent
6) Chase Daniel, free agent
7) Josh Allen, draft prospect
8) Sam Darnold, draft prospect
9) Baker Mayfield, draft prospect
10) Sam Bradford, free agent
11) Teddy Bridgewater, free agent (bonus, 'cause Brees isn't going anywhere.)
NFL Talk / Re: Report: Texans plan to release Brian Cushing
« Last post by ricky on Today at 04:02:00 AM »
Contract details: http://www.spotrac.com/nfl/houston-texans/brian-cushing-5685/

Career stats: http://www.nfl.com/player/briancushing/80421/careerstats

Obvious injury issues, and he's not going to get younger or healthier. PED's also. So, personally, a "name", but one whose time has come and gone. When we are discussing whether CMIII id worth his contract, should the Packers add an older, injury prone player? I wouldn't.
NFL Talk / Report: Texans plan to release Brian Cushing
« Last post by The GM on February 18, 2018, 04:31:42 PM »
Some baggage both with injuries and off the field stuff.  Any interest from GB perspective or should we put a fork in him?
Draft Talk / Re: With the 14th pick in the 2018 NFL draft...
« Last post by SSGCujo on February 18, 2018, 02:43:48 PM »
 Everything is speculation until the combine is done.
Green Bay Packers News Talk / Re: SB LIII Odds
« Last post by Fox_NFLs_GG on February 18, 2018, 12:43:36 PM »
I think Green Bay is way too high. I think NE will suffer this year and the Jags will be better.

Indeed, they have the hardest schedule and the team didn't do well without Rodgers. The defense is slightly new so it will take some time to get it up to speed.
Green Bay Packers News Talk / Re: Packers have hardest 2018 schedule
« Last post by Fox_NFLs_GG on February 18, 2018, 05:03:14 AM »
I doesn't look good right now. But there is a lot of time for it to change.
NFL Talk / Re: Manziel attempting a comeback
« Last post by The GM on February 17, 2018, 07:39:03 PM »
No chance.  In today's NFL your backup QB  needs to be dependable or at least progressing.  You cant have a guy as a backup you wonder if he's going to make it to practice each day or wondering if he's out on a bender.    Way too much of a distraction.    The Packers need to find a guy who can play, be dedicated to being a backup, knows his role, and works hard to know the offense. 
Draft Talk / Re: Round two targets
« Last post by claymaker on February 17, 2018, 04:18:00 PM »
I like Christian Kirk WR from Texas A+M and Hayden Hurst TE from South Carolina.
Draft Talk / Re: QB run alters big board and helps Packers a ton
« Last post by dannobanano on February 17, 2018, 04:14:48 PM »
IMO, none of Bradford, bridgewater nor  McCarron would prevent me from picking a QB of the future unless I'm either the jaguars or Vikings.

You might be right, especially on Bridgewater. That gruesome injury may leave him a permanent risk for that to reoccur. He may never be the pre-injury Teddy ever again. Tough break. He's a decent kid.

But I wouldn't dismiss a team like the Giants (who are likely to take Saquon Barkley at #2) from trying to sign McCarron as the successor to Manning. Shermer could make it an open competition for who get's to be #1 QB. Wouldn't shock me.

I think the Browns or Bronco's are the two teams in the Cousins sweepstakes. The loser of that competition drafts a QB.

The Jets have so many needs that signing a player like Bradford and then drafting a QB in the 2nd or 3rd (Rudolph? Falk? someone else?) would allow them to address another need (WR? OT?) with their 1st round pick.

It will be interesting to watch.

And don't be surprised if AZ jumps into the #13 spot (since WASH now has Alex Smith), or even the #11 spot to get ahead of the Bungels, who are also likely to take a QB, as a pre-emptive strike to keep BUF and/or LAC from sneaking ahead of them.
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