The Green Bay Packers have a need for a cornerback. We know that, you know that, Mike Daniels knows that.
So Daniels clearly doesn’t like the Packers’ current cornerback situation. He made that clear this weekend on NFL Network by suggesting the Packers go get the Denver Broncos’ Aqib Talib or the New England Patriots’ Malcolm Butler.
One piece the Packers need to get back to the playoffs in 2018?@Mike_Daniels76 has two Pro Bowl CBs on his mind ????
— NFL Network (@nflnetwork) February 26, 2018
Both guys are perhaps legit No. 1 cornerbacks. There is a downside, though.
Although we were completely in on the Packers trading for Butler, who was unhappy with the Patriots last summer, Bill Belichick refused to play him in the Super Bowl. What was that about? No one really knows, but I’ve seen it suggested that Belicheck thought Butler was too small and couldn’t turn his hips fast enough to defend the Eagles’ receivers. I’d call bullshit on that.
Alshon Jeffery. Torrey Smith…
Give me a fucking break, Grumblelord.
Butler is 5-10 or 5-11. That essentially makes him Terrell Buckley. Terrell Buckley can suck a fat dick. He was fucking garbage. Good job at Florida State. Great job at sucking donkey balls with the Packers. Awesome that you held out as a rookie and then came in and fellated me for the rest of your time with the Packers, you cocksucking suckbag.
You give shitty blowjobs — kind of like you suck at playing outside corner — by the way.
Talib presents other issues. He’s 32. Although he’s still a top-notch corner, he probably has a year or two of that left.
He’s also under contract with the Denver Broncos. John Elway — has anyone seen a horse lately? — wants to trade Talib and his $11 million salary. Good luck with that when you make it known you’re trying to dump salary. Going to make a run at Kirk Cousins, are you? No one would have guessed…
You are the best horse-faced GM in the NFL!
If Talib gets cut, which seems likely, the Packers should make a run at that guy. Butler, I am no longer sold on. And he’ll cost a mint, which the Packers don’t have to spend.
And if anyone would like to drop Trumaine Johnson in the conversation, go ahead. That would be a dream signing. But it would also be salary-cap prohibitive for the Packers.