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Packers Would Welcome Letroy Guion Back

Letroy Guion

The Green Bay Packers haven’t closed the door on defensive tackle Letroy Guion, despite his arrest for felony possession of marijuana.

In fact, indications are the Packers would welcome Guion back if he remains a free man. He’s currently in Green Bay and being monitored by the Packers, according to the Press-Gazette.

“I stand by what I said during the season, after the season,” Packers coach Mike McCarthy said. “I thought he was an impactful personality and played good football. I’m hopeful that we get past this, and the monitoring gives us the green light to go forward, but I’d love to have Letroy back.”

Guion started all 16 games for the Packers at nose tackle in 2014 and posted career highs in tackles (32) and sacks (3.5).

It’s not quite as simple as being cleared by the courts though. Guion is a free agent after playing out the one-year, $985,000 deal he signed after being cut by the Vikings last offseason.

The Packers were actually negotiating with him during the season, a sure sign that they value Guion’s contributions. However, things will have to play out in the courts and then you can bet one-man justice squad Roger Goodell will have some punishment to dole out whether Guion is convicted or not.

So despite the Packers’ interest, Guion’s future is likely to be up in the air for a long time.

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. [email protected] February 20, 2015

    Bring the man back & for goodness sake legalize it.

    1. Phatgzus February 20, 2015

      Hear! Hear!

    2. pf4l February 20, 2015

      Bring him back…because we need him…And hope he never does anything that stupid ever again.

  2. Organicbuzz February 20, 2015

    I 3rd it! Bet it is close to 50% that hoot from time to time.Go Pack Go!!!

  3. Cheese February 20, 2015

    Fuck Roger Goodell. He’ll suspend guys for marijuana but has no problem shoving domestic violence cases under the rug. Anything to protect the shield! Hypocritical scumbag.

    1. Shawn Neuser February 20, 2015

      Oh, that’s original.

    2. pf4l February 21, 2015

      Well, Goodell has a job to do, it’s running a 9 billion dollar business. Yes, he has to grow and protect the brand (shield) of the NFL. The owners think he’s done a good job. Has he made mistakes, yea. Which of us hasn’t at our own job? His job is also on a much larger scale. He’s done more good for the NFL than not. I don’t get the Goodell hatred. if people think they can do a better job, than go do it.

  4. MP February 20, 2015

    Sounds like MM wants his weed hookup back in town.