Monthly Archives: March 2011

The Head Cheese Mock Draft II

Once again, I weigh in on how I think the first round will play out. This is the second of my four mocks and there are boatloads of changes from the first one a few weeks back. My final one … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the Lockout and Proposed NFL Rule Changes

This sucks. This should be the time of year when teams like the Vikings and Redskins make headlines for the latest washed up veterans they are overpaying in free agency. Instead, the owners have locked out the players; the players … Continue reading

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Expect Jones to Drop Balls for a Different Team in 2011

When labor peace is finally reached, either in the next two weeks or the next six months, James Jones will undoubtedly be an unrestricted free agent. And a team out there will whisper into his ear that he will start … Continue reading

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Signings Provide Strong Glimpse at Pack’s 2011 Defensive Corps

The Packers’ deadline-beating signings of A.J. Hawk and Charlie Peprah shows they are committed to rewarding their players who perform well and that they have a strong, young nucleus on defense, with key pieces signed long-term. It also means the … Continue reading

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Packers Cut Hawk, But He Could Circle Back

There was no way the Packers were going to pay A.J. Hawk $12 million in 2011. And that is what they would have been on the hook for if they kept him on the roster past Thursday. So they cut … Continue reading

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The Head Cheese Mock Draft I

Since we’re just eight weeks and change away from the NFL draft, it’s time for me to take my first stab at it. This is the first of four mocks I’ll do leading up to the draft. The last one … Continue reading

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