NFC North: A look at the free agents on all four squads

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All four NFC North teams are officially in offseason mode. Take a look at the free agents from the Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings.

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Magnum Man

Christopher, IL

#1 Jan 15, 2013
I would like to see Jerome Felton, Erin Hendersen, Phil Loadholt and Jasper Brinkley get resigned.
The rest on this list I'm not sure about. If you have the initials WR after your name, your probably toast!
your thoughts....

Since: Dec 06

Davenport, FL

#2 Jan 16, 2013
I think Trestman was a horrible decision by the Bears.They should have kept Smith as the Eagles should have kept Reid.Bud Grant gave his approval of Trestman ,though.
Bear Market

Miami, FL

#3 Jan 16, 2013
Childress wrote:
I think Trestman was a horrible decision by the Bears.They should have kept Smith as the Eagles should have kept Reid.Bud Grant gave his approval of Trestman ,though.
He helped develop Kosar at The U. His throwing mechanics, not his speech patterns.

Also helped spark Rich "The Bitch" Gannon's career at OAK. He's gonna love Cuntler.
eric

Neillsville, WI

#4 Jan 16, 2013
If the Vikes have the Cash,i can see them going for Jennings.Hes the deep threat Minn needs and the WR opposite Percy Harvin and can really help open things up for Adrian Peterson and TE Kyle Rudolph.
Downside.......
He is going to cost a lot of cash and he hasnt played a complete season in 3 years now.

Since: Oct 12

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#5 Jan 16, 2013
I think Charles Woodson could be a great defensive coach, if he has the inclination....
eric

Neillsville, WI

#6 Jan 16, 2013
I agree with that one! a CERTAIN 1st ballot HOFer.
I wonder if he will be a Packer next year since hes scheduled to make 10M next year and hes 36 or so,obviously not the same player,as father time is catching up to him like it does all athletes who have been around a long time,broke the same shoulder /collar bone this year as in 10 SB so thats something to watch for if he continues to play.

Since: Oct 12

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#7 Jan 16, 2013
He was the best player, i ever saw at Michigan....won the Heismann on defense, but played wide reciever often, and made one of the greatest one-hand catches along the sideline, i have ever seen....he is kind of a general on the field, much like Dick Lebeau was in Detroit, brighter than the average....so i just think, he'd make a great def coach....
eric

Neillsville, WI

#8 Jan 16, 2013
secondary coach,promote him up to defensive coordinator then who knows.
He was tremendous.You would have to think his playing days are coming to an end soon though.The man is good for a P.I. per game and is getting beat now by guys who had no way in hell to beat him not to long ago.A great career for sure and a coaching gig at some point,yes, i agree with you! its just a matter of if he would want a job coaching or just wants to fade off into the sunset and spend time with his wife,kids and family for a while first.
eric

Neillsville, WI

#9 Jan 16, 2013
Charles Woodson im pretty convinced would be or still is considered one of the best College players of all time
Laughing Bear Fan

Littleton, CO

#10 Jan 16, 2013
eric wrote:
Charles Woodson im pretty convinced would be or still is considered one of the best College players of all time
Don't get the Tebow-Ball-lickers fired up

Since: Dec 06

Davenport, FL

#11 Jan 16, 2013
Bear Market wrote:
<quoted text>
He helped develop Kosar at The U. His throwing mechanics, not his speech patterns.
Also helped spark Rich "The Bitch" Gannon's career at OAK. He's gonna love Cuntler.
Been out of the NFL for to long,so we'll see.Eagles got their guy after all.
eric

Neillsville, WI

#12 Jan 16, 2013
Childress,I wonder if he was using Philly to get a new contract at Notre Dame? Word was N.D. was uping the ante on a new deal and he signed with Philly after all.
eric

Neillsville, WI

#13 Jan 16, 2013
Sorry it should be Oregon,i got the 2 coaches mixed up

Since: Oct 12

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#14 Jan 16, 2013
eric wrote:
Charles Woodson im pretty convinced would be or still is considered one of the best College players of all time
He may have some use yet, at safety....your #38 makes alot of mistakes and thug penalties....BTW #3333...shoulda bet the house...lol...

Since: Oct 12

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#15 Jan 16, 2013
Childress wrote:
<quoted text>Been out of the NFL for to long,so we'll see.Eagles got their guy after all.
Seem's like leaving Oregon and the Nike connection for Philly, kinda a downgrade.....screw the money....
eric

Neillsville, WI

#16 Jan 16, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>He may have some use yet, at safety....your #38 makes alot of mistakes and thug penalties....BTW #3333...shoulda bet the house...lol...
# 38 is Tramon Williams and hes a corner,but, speaking of Tramon Williams,There is an article in the MJS talking about the corner position,,in short Tramon Williams isnt guarenteed his starting spot for next year.
Casey Hayward ( R Vandy) played more then well enough
Sam Shields after missing games with an ankle injury played fantastic
Devon House ( who played with a shoulder harness all season after dislocation of shoulder in camp) passed up surgery ( would have earned a starting job if not injured nad missing the first 4 or 5 games or so) or ( missed the whole season if he had surgery) played well that there will be an open competition at corner with no locks,so Williams just maybe sitting.WIlliams in 2010 was a huge part of the defense winning the SB,11 played with a bum shoulder and struggled ( couldnt tackle worth of shit) this year,he shut down Brandon Marshall with some help,played well vs Calvin Johnson but struggled vs Crabtree and had a fw just plain badly played games,,so you may get your wish.For the Packers thats cap relief if Haward,Shields and House play real well and Williams is expendable

Since: Oct 12

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#17 Jan 16, 2013
Is Woodson feasible at free safety, because it seem's he is a rover now?
eric

Neillsville, WI

#18 Jan 16, 2013
Woodson is considered a FS with Morgan Burnett at SS tech. but Woodson lines up all over.
Laughing Bear Fan

Littleton, CO

#19 Jan 17, 2013
Is Woodson eligible for AARP yet?

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#20 Jan 17, 2013
Well, i just hope San Fransisco knocks off Atlanta....and, the Pat's beat Baltimore, though either one would be okay....i actually predicted the Harbaugh brothers, both in the Superbowl, before the season....but two weeks ago, i would'nt have thought they woulda had a prayer....Jim and Pete Carroll is what is making these owners get weoodies over college coaches....

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