Packers’ Reactions To Continuation Of Lockout

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The Green Bay Packers had a variety of reactions to Thursday and Friday’s developments surrounding the signing of a new labor agreement that wasn’t.

They ranged from rational to defensive and frustrated to hilarious.

Take a look.

First up, we have quarterback [intlink id=”25″ type=”category”]Aaron Rodgers[/intlink] trying to stem the anti-player tide. He’s probably right, but good luck getting people to buy into that, buddy.

Aaron Rodgers on the lockoutNext we have linebacker [intlink id=”139″ type=”category”]Nick Barnett[/intlink] saying what pretty much everyone feels.

Nick Barnett on the lockoutHere’s soon-to-be ex-Packer [intlink id=”163″ type=”category”]Cullen Jenkins[/intlink], who doesn’t really have any idea what’s going on. Let’s end this thing so the poor guy can get a new contract, hey?

Cullen Jenkins on lockoutTight end [intlink id=”1236″ type=”category”]Tom Crabtree[/intlink] clearly has his priorities in order.

Tom Crabtree on the lockoutLinebacker [intlink id=”492″ type=”category”]Desmond Bishop[/intlink] speaks the truth. Lucky for us, they don’t know what football is in Turkey.

Desmond Bishop on the lockoutReceiver [intlink id=”138″ type=”category”]Greg Jennings[/intlink] is brown nosing. Nice move.

Greg Jennings on the lockoutPunter [intlink id=”791″ type=”category”]Tim Masthay[/intlink] will be at Gold’s Gym for at least a few more days. Feel free to stalk him there.

Tim Masthay on the lockoutOffensive lineman [intlink id=”583″ type=”category”]T.J. Lang[/intlink] reveals the real reason for all the bullshit — [intlink id=”90″ type=”category”]Josh Sitton[/intlink].

T.J. Lang on the lockout

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8 Comments on "Packers’ Reactions To Continuation Of Lockout"

  1. ay hombre

    The owners must stand firm and right the wrongs this league has been based on a long time. To see that the Packers only made $5 million dollars in 2010 should be a clear wake up call to the entire league that players are making too much money.

    Aaron Rodgers made more money in 2010 than the Packers organization…how can that make any sense?

    Fuck the greedy players….I stand by the owners.

  2. Vijay

    Can someone explain to me why having owners in the NFL is even necessary? I mean, the Green and Gold operate just as fluidly with only a board and a president in tow. So, why should they command a greater % of the profits from the league anyway? The taxpayers are the ones who pay for stadiums, tickets, jerseys, etc.

  3. FrozenFanatic84

    This whole lockout is starting to get annoying / tiring…never thought I would actually avoid watching NFL network on a weekend! Hopefully Monday will be the end of this BS once and for all!

  4. BinKee

    The players who voiced disapproval of the new
    CBA agreement were the 32 team reps. I think
    when the vote is put up to all of the players
    it’ll pass by 80/90 percent. Every time you here
    a quote from a player, their bored and anxious
    to get back to playing football.

  5. Shawn iltarion

    TJ Lang, hilarious.

    Randy R, hilarious.

    VJ, by that same logic, Walmart should be state owned. The “taxpayers” technically pay all the bills for them too.

    Binkee, right on the money.

    Cullen Jenkins, of all people, actually hit everything on the head. The reps didn’t communicate everything with the players. So, when the players found out all the details, they were like whuh-WHAT?

    It had nothing to do with the owners adding anything.

    It still remains a sweet deal for the players, which is why they will sign off. Afterall, no more two-a-days?

    A-Rodge, are you kidding me? We would believe your colleagues tweets if we could even understand them.

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