Thursday, May 5, 2011

Are the Super Bowl champ's taking this lockout seriously?

Are the Super Bowl champ's taking this lockout seriously?

Unless the defending Super Bowl champ's Green Bay Packers know's something no one else does, I'm left wondering why we haven't hear of some sort of team workout plan during this lockout? With a target squarely on their backs and teams like the Saint's, Jet's Falcons and Giants organizing team workouts; it leave me thinking the commissioner office must have called them and told them not to bother the lockout won't last that long.

You might think I'm overreacting but this is the perfect time for them to let the rest of the NFL know they're the champions and we know you're coming to get us. I'm just throwing this out there to see if other Packers fans might be a little concern about the lack of any news on this subject. Let me know how you feel on this subject.

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1 comment:

  1. I don't see it as a big deal at all. The only thing NFL teams would be doing right now if there wasn't a lockout is OTA's and mini camps, which are mainly for rookies and young players, and which veteran players often complain about and skip anyway. I actually think it's kind of hypocritical of these players to be holding these workouts so publicly when they know darn well that they most likely wouldn't even show up if there wasn't a lockout situation. That being said, who knows if the Packers are holding their own workouts or not. Maybe some of the players are working out together, but doing low key as to not draw attention to themselves. It's not like Green Bay is a huge city like New York or Atlanta, so it wouldn't surprise me if the Packers workouts didn't receive the same amount of media coverage. Either way, as a Packer fan, I'm happy that I don't see Aaron Rodgers face on sports center every day like Drew Brees or Mark Sanchez. It gives me the feeling that my quarterback is still enjoying his super bowl victory, and is more concerned with winning and less concerned with getting T.V. time and discussing the labor issues.