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Vince Biegel Is Taking the Offseason Seriously

Linebacker Vince Biegel’s rookie year was pretty much a loss. He missed seven games due to injury and when he came back, Biegel found it tough to get on the field.

Biegel played just 121 snaps in 2017. He finished with 16 tackles and no sacks.

It appears the Packers are counting on Biegel to up that production in year two. They haven’t added another pass rusher yet, a position that a lot of people consider a weakness. That will likely happen during the draft, but Biegel will still play a role.

And he certainly wants to play a role. Biegel is taking the offseason seriously. He’s in Los Angeles training with a number of his teammates.

See who Biegel is standing next to there? Tackle David Bakhtiari and defensive lineman Kenny Clark.

Dare I say he looks bigger than both of them?

If the place looks familiar, that’s because Aaron Rodgers and Clay Matthews also work out there. Maybe Biegel is trying to pick up a few pass rushing tips from Matthews.

Where’s Kyler Fackrell? Sitting at home in Utah or Arizona or wherever? Maybe he’ll make the third-year jump…

Where’s Nick Perry? Bet he pulled a hammy walking up the stairs already.

Mordecai Jones

Mordecai is a writer living in Los Angeles. He primarily writes screenplays, but also does crap like this because GREEN BAY PACKERS, baby!



  1. Skinny March 29, 2018

    “Hes at home! Washing his tights!” Sorry I just wanted to quote Jack Nicholson in Batman there.

  2. Truth March 29, 2018

    Why are you always writing about how a player looks?

    “Bro he is jacked….big…I’m talking hung like you wouldn’t believe”

    1. Bob Vance March 29, 2018

      You’re the only one talking about the size of his dick. Maybe there is something wrong with you. Everything ok at home?

      1. PF4L March 29, 2018

        Hi Bobby….

        Lets go back to where you are gonna name off the 25 QB’s you said were better than Cousins.

        I’ll first go triple check to see if you answered me yet in the article you said that, brb…..

        Nope, no response…Oh well, we’re here now Bobby, i’d love to see this QB list….

    2. Dennis Dervetski March 29, 2018

      Oh great. Is he gonna be on the field or hurt again?

  3. Dennis Dervetski March 29, 2018

    We’ll see on Beigel. Not sold on him yet. As far a Perry, overpaid, stubbed his toe, out for preseason and possibly start of regular season. Where’s Matthews? Gerry center?

  4. MJChiv March 29, 2018

    Is this a joke? I went to HS with his wife who has an instagram and he legitimately has been vacationing for the last 3 months. He’s literally making this offseason a joke so far. He is actually making me angry of how lazy it looks like he’s been.

  5. MJ March 30, 2018

    Well, when players come into the league from college football, some are (i) young enough to have fully filled their bone structure with muscle (ii) not subject to the very demanding physical conditioning at pro level. It is expected that you see players start their second season looking bigger and stronger that in their rookie campaign. Taylor Lewan looked too slender to be an OL (even recalling that tackles tend to be more slender than inside OLs). Then, during his second season I saw a TEN game, and Lewan’s arms looked much stronger, on par with NFL OL. And he was a very well regarded tackle.

    So if players take the time to condition during the offseason to have NFL strength, who can blame them? And yeah, analysts will notice that as well, so nothing wrong with the article stating that Biegel looks too have been exercising.

    1. R.Duke March 31, 2018

      What about Sprigg’s leap from year one ? Looked weaker than when he came into the NFL…