If you had any hope the Green Bay Packers would still bring fullback John Kuhn back, you can let that go.
The final sign that they’ve moved on came on Tuesday, when the media was allowed into the locker room for the first time during OTAs.
Unlike at rookie camp, Kuhn's locker no longer intact. Generic Packers nameplate.
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Packers coach Mike McCarthy also addressed Kuhn during his press conference.
“Player acquisition is year-round, so I would never say doors are closed on any of our players, especially with John Kuhn. I think we’re still focused on the players we have right now. As far as John and his future, those are probably questions for other people.”
Kuhn’s future most likely involves retirement at this point, unless his replacement — Aaron Ripkowski — suffers a long-term injury.
In that scenario, the Packers may consider re-signing Kuhn. At this point, their roster is set and other teams haven’t shown interest.
Definitely going to be missed. A whole lot of character with that guy.