Green Bay Packers All-Time Best Free Agent Signings

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7. Santana Dotson

Santana Dotson

The Packers possessed a beastly defensive line in the mid-to-late 1990s and defensive tackle Santana Dotson was a key component of that. Ron Wolf signed Dotson away from Tampa Bay in 1996 and the big man turned in six solid seasons with the Packers.

During that time, he recorded 264 tackles, 26 sacks and six forced fumbles while teaming with Gilbert Brown to form one of the most feared inside tandems in the NFL.

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7. Santana Dotson

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12 Comments on "Green Bay Packers All-Time Best Free Agent Signings"

  1. Shawn Iltarion

    Great list, though Eugene Robinson should be on it.

    RIP- The Minister of Defense – the best defensive player I’ve ever seen (and Lawrence Taylor and his coke habit and his 16 year old prostitutes can kiss my ass).

  2. How can you criticize TT’s lack of free agency splashes when he’s made 2 of our best three signings ever. Besides, big name free agents are virtually always overpaid. He makes his moves opportunistically, and this list is evidence of that.

  3. Ivomitonvikingfans

    Wasn’t Robinson a trade pick up? It is a shame Sean Jones couldn’t have hung around one more year. He wouldn’t have gone all pussy against Denver like that fucking turd Gabe Wilkins.

  4. Cosmic

    Reggie was told by “God” to come to the promise land! George Washington played a role also. Uncle Teddy is a mystery. I don’t know Teds tactics, personality is zero, his presence in a room can’t be much. He does not let a nickel get by him. I envision his approach as dry insurance salesman pitch, no fucking emotion. Loosen up Ted, get a bottle of Crown and blow the joint up with a free agent. Maybe getting them plowed would help our chances. When they wake up with a good Wisconsin hang over with a contract taped to their forehead.. To late

  5. Buster Bluth

    Crown Royal ? The only gossip i’ve heard is that TT frequents a local convenience store on the way home to pick up a 6 pack.
    A few beers at home behind closed doors. Ted obviously walks the walk.

  6. Vijay

    Isn’t it amazing that Sean Jones and Reggie White put up so many sack numbers from the defensive line? Does any linemen do that anymore? I’ve got to say DL linemen have become major pussies in the NFL. None of them have the “man strength” like these guys anymore, well almost none of them. Or is it that offenses have become too fast to let these guys have a chance to make the plays in the backfield at this level?

    • Phatgzus

      The Minister, as he should be reverently known by the proletariat, was a 4-3 defensive end, they are built fore to rush the passer than 3-4 ends. The 3-4 defense is now the prevalent scheme in as it the NFL, as such, there are more 3-4 ends built to stop the pass. Having said that how many of these guys would you call pussies:
      Jared Allen, John Abraham, Osi Umenyiora, Justin Tuck, Jason Pierre Paul, Dwight Freeney, Robert Mathis, Julius Peppers, Elvis Dumervil, Mario Williams, Jason Smith, J.J. Watt, Geno Atkins, Haloti Ngata, Sopoaga?

  7. Ray from the Bay

    I don’t know about the rest of you but I can’t stand the lack of free agency moves by TT. There are alot needs that could of address that Ted is being a cheap about. He need to realize that you just can build through the draft.We have the cap space? After read Tom Crabtree dealing I think he needs to spend money or we are not even going to the playoffs.

  8. Today’s USA Today analyst gives the Packers’ free agent performance an A for playing tight with who’s out there and saving the money for Matthews, Raji, and Rodgers. Make of it what you will.

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