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Packers Seem in No Hurry to Ink Kampman, Collins and Bigby

The Journal Sentinel reports today that the Pack seem in no hurry to sign Kampman, Collins and Bigby:

GM Ted Thompson and negotiator Russ Ball have spent the better part of six months trying to deal with unhappy agents representing the large number of Green Bay Packers players with contracts set to expire after the season. They’ve heard from Drew Rosenhaus on behalf of strong safety Atari Bigby, David Butz on behalf of free safety Nick Collins and Neil Cornrich on behalf of linebacker Aaron Kampman, among others. In each case, the Packers have decided to say no. Apart from uncertainty regarding the structure of free agency in 2010, the Packers have made a quantum switch on defense with their shift from the 4-3 to the 3-4. They’ve essentially been telling agents that they want to see if the defensive players can play in a 3-4 system before committing to contract extensions.


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One Response to “Packers Seem in No Hurry to Ink Kampman, Collins and Bigby”

  1. Chris says:

    As far as I’m concerned, when Favre goes to the Hall of Fame, let him go in there as a Jet or a Viking. I’m just waiting for the Packers to destroy the Vikings twice this season anyway!

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