Damarious Randall Is Free, Ya’ll!

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Damarious Randall and Julio Jones

Of course cornerback Damarious Randall would have something to say on his way out of Green Bay. It’s the very reason the Green Bay Packers didn’t want him. The very reason that veteran teammates wanted him gone during the 2017 season. He’s a fucking prima donna and a pussy. Couldn’t get out of his own way. Thought — and obviously still thinks — he’s better than he actually is.

I’ve got news for you shitbag. Just because your were the best cornerback on the Packers last season doesn’t mean you are anything more than the person who reads Braille best at the Helen Keller Institute.

You couldn’t cover me if I put on a move and made you turn your hips.

But, hey, everyone, this piece of shit is now free!

Free from what? We had to ask.

Randall will actually be moved back to his college position, free safety, in Cleveland. And that should help him. He doesn’t have to be physical, something he was never willing to do in Green Bay. I mean, has this prick even seen a weight room since college? Did he see one then?

Damarious Randall thinks he’s Deion Sanders. And I hate Deion Sanders — watch that guy pretend to try to tackle guys at any point in his career. But despite my dislike for his overall game, Sanders changed games because of his anticipation and athleticism. Randall couldn’t sniff that guy’s jock.

So good riddance to bad rubbish. Enjoy your future failures as a member of the Browns.

Browns — that just pretty much says it all, doesn’t it?


About The Author

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

9 Comments on "Damarious Randall Is Free, Ya’ll!"

  1. 13time1919

    The Packers are telling Randall that he is a fucking loser. He might have to join Johnny Football in Canada if the Browns get sick of his shit.

  2. Truth

    What a dumb article

    Also what group of Veterans wanted him released? Name one? All I saw was Dix saying that Randall was the “most talented player in the back end” “that’s the truth”

  3. Cheese

    It’s not Randall’s fault the Packers stuck him at cornerback. That’s now two players that GB has let go that could have played Clinton-Dix’s position better than him. Yes, the Browns have won one game in the past two years but they were only one overtime play away from beating the Packers last season. With the way Dorsey is retooling that roster, I wouldn’t be surprised if Cleveland has a better backfield than GB next season. We all know it doesn’t take much.

    Classy twitter response. The Packers had just as much free time as the Browns this offseason.

  4. KILLER

    All class, huh Monty? You sound like someone who chewed 200 butter pills, then inhaled 120 bitter pills you broke open, and then licked the bitter grains that escaped those pills, licked them off your dirty dirty unsanitary bathroom floor. And then wrote the above under the influence of both your bitterness and those bitter pills. We can only hope they were not Clay Matthews’ PEDs. He needs them!

  5. KILLER

    Randall was a college star at free safety. He is built like a free safety. While he has average speed for a CB he has superior speed for a safety.

    Playing him at his natural and proven position? Go figure! Why didn’t the Packers think of that?

  6. KILLER

    The trade was a very good one for Cleveland but the immediate move to his natural and proven spot is brilliantly simple.

    You know… is it that crazy to think the Browns will have more wins this year than the Packers?

  7. KILLER

    You criticize him for making any comment post-exit. Yet, who started that? The Packers organization did! They knew the trade was bad and looked bad. So they fed to the lackeys in the media (real lackeys, not wannabe lackeys like Monty) that after the Bears game last year some veterans wanted Randall cut.

    First, good chance it is a lie given the source — the Packers.

    Second, that was way back when history and not a statement on today. Not relevant to anything even if it were true. He played his best football the rest of the season after that. It’s sort of like saying I used to want my teacher Ms. Nelson and therefore I still must want to have sex with her. Have you seen Ms. Nelson nowadays? Noooooooo!

    Third, if the story is true, all it proves is that MM does not give a flying crap what his trusted veteran players tell him: “Uh, let’s have this veteran’s council so they can feel like they have input but, wait for it, we just ignore them! Yeah, yeah, then we can use them as reasons for poor management decisions like losing trades with the Browns! Yeah, yeah, yeah.”

    The Packers, in cowardly back channel fashion, fired the first shot. Randall, with gentle restraint, responded with positivity.

  8. PF4L

    Am i the only one who pictures the lonely boy at home having a conversation with himself in the mirror?

  9. Deepsky

    I think this trade will benefit the Browns much more than the Packers. Randall has talent and is a first round pick. Although his play has been up and down, it may have been bad usage of his talent. For this first round pick which has shown flashes, the Packers got a possible backup QB who has basically shown nothing as an NFL starter, another Notre Dame bust QB, which hasn’t produced an NFL quality QB in its history not named Joe.

    It seems to me this was a ‘statement’ move than anything else. The new DC and the new GM are saying get in line now to the rest of the team, no position is safe.

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