Much to, we’re sure, the chagrin of the Minnesota Vikings, former Green Bay Packers linebacker A.J. Hawk is now a member of the Cincinnati Bengals.
Hawk got a two-year deal from Cincinnati, according to his agent Mike McCartney.
— Mike McCartney (@MikeMcCartney7) March 10, 2015
That’s right, A.J. Hawk is going home! It’s the feel-good story of the offseason!
Hawk is from Kettering, Ohio and played his college ball where every Neanderthal plays their college ball — Ohio State.
After the Packers released Hawk on February 25, following the worst season in a lackluster career, the Bengals almost immediately showed interest. The Vikings, who pick over all of the Packers’ scraps, joined the conversation shortly thereafter.
Apparently, the demand for bad-to-mediocre former Packers inside linebackers is high this offseason. Philadelphia almost immediately scooped up the truly terrible Brad Jones after the Packers cut him.
excellent headline!!! I hope Good old AJ finds a home for his last years in football and lives happily ever after…just glad he didnt waste it with the ‘Queen’s….
This site is a joke. And so is the “journalism”. You know teams look at players, even of they don’t want them? Its called, testing the market. But you cheese head retards don’t understand that.
After years of playing in the NFC North I am glad to see him go to a new Conference all together. Gotta be fun for him.
A lot more fun that it would have been to wake up everyday and think “Damn, I’m a Viking”