Posts tagged Jamon Meredith
Jamon Meredith lasted all of one week in his second tour with the Green Bay Packers. Rookie tight end Justin Perillo gets his roster spot, which may be bad news for Brandon Bostick.
Kevin Dorsey’s season is over. The Green Bay Packers put him on injured reserve on Saturday. They signed former draft pick Jamon Meredith to take his place.
Fifth-round pick Terrell Manning could end up being the second fifth-rounder the Green Bay Packers have cut the same year he was drafted if he doesn’t pick up the pace. Here’s a look at a disappointing situation.
I was a little disappointed to read Rob Demovsky’s article earlier this week about Green Bay Packers third-string quarterback Graham Harrell. According to Demovsky, Harrell has little chance of making the Packers final roster. The team kept only two quarterbacks on their opening-day roster last season and that appears to be the way they’re leaning […]
We won’t know the answer to this question until training camp is complete, but the Green Bay Packers have a logjam at tight end after drafting Andrew Quarless in the fifth round of the NFL Draft. Joining Quarless is starter Jermichael Finley, Spencer Havner and Donald Lee, who opened 2009 as the starter. Unless the […]
Just a quick note, since I did way too much research on the subject the other day in suggesting the Green Bay Packers and do-nothing general manager Ted Thompson could and should realistically look at acquiring Miami Dolphins’ return man/receiver Ted Ginn Jr. — Ginn was traded to the San Francisco 49ers today for a […]
The Green Bay Packers now have five of their eight 2009 draft picks under contract, with the signing of offensive lineman T.J. Lang, who signed yesterday. Lang joins linebacker Brad Jones, safety Brandon Underwood, defensive end Jarius Wynn – all of whom signed in mid-June – and tackle Jamon Meredith, who signed on June 25. […]
Today is the day that everyone and their mother hand out draft grades. Well, grading a draft class immediately after said draft is bullshit. No one can adequately grade a draft class for at least three years. These players haven’t been on the field yet. They haven’t seen the playbook. They haven’t met their teammates. […]