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Packers Sign Second-Rounder Jerel Worthy

Jerel Worthy

Although they waited until the last minute, if you consider the start of rookie camp on Friday the last minute, the Green Bay Packers are moving quickly to sign their draft picks. The team’s first second-round pick Jerel Worthy signed on Thursday.

The defensive tackle got a four-year deal, which we’re pretty sure is what every rookie is going to get because of the collective bargaining agreement that was implemented last summer. Terms haven’t been reported yet.

The Packers traded up to grab Worthy at No. 51. He’s expected to play an important role on the defensive line this season and if he doesn’t do something really stupid like, say, get caught with 100 grams of codeine in his car by the cops or get suspended six games by the NFL for taking PEDs, there’s a pretty good chance he’ll open the season as a starter at defensive end.

If you’re looking for a good sign, Worthy is clearly happy to be a member of the Packers and was already getting into the playbook Thursday night. He tweeted the photo below.

We’re pretty sure the first page in there says something like, “If you’re a defensive lineman, stay the fuck off the drugs.”

Monty McMahon

Monty McMahon is one of the founders of Total Packers. He is probably the most famous graduate of UW-Oshkosh next to Jim Gantner.



  1. Ivomitonvikingfans May 11, 2012

    I have a feeling this could be one of those seminal draft classes like 1958. Don’t have any rationale other than a hopeful homer hunch, but I can’t wait for the season to start to see if these dudes can play. It also doesn’t help that the fucking Bewers would rather play with their anal beads than play winning baseball either.

  2. TkHelland May 11, 2012

    The brewers are making this a very long off season for me :( Come on football! I’ve had enough of watching the brew crew suck on a big salty ball bag

  3. wisconsinfan May 11, 2012

    Brewers are making life miserable but i really do think worthy is gonna be a beast he used to tear wisconsins oline up when he was at michigan state