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Packers: The pain of unrequited fandom

Packers: The pain of unrequited fandom

ESPN.com Updated Mar 16, 2013
Here is a recipe for extraordinary discontent: Take another offseason of relative inactivity, add another high-profile departure to a division rival, and top it off with the loss of a popular backup tight end. Voila! So goes the concoction currently bei…
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  • How Did The Packers Allow Jennings To Go To Vikings?

    How Did The Packers Allow Jennings To Go To Vikings?

    packersgab.com Mar 16, 2013
    John Clayton explains how wide receiver Greg Jennings departed Green Bay for rival Minnesota.
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  • Packers may move on from Zombo

    Packers may move on from Zombo

    profootballtalk.com Mar 16, 2013
    The Packers opted not to issue tenders to a trio of their restricted free agents:  linebacker Robert Francois, tight end Tom Crabtree, and linebacker Frank Zombo. Francois will be back, Crabtree won’t.  As to Zombo, the Packers don’t seem to care. A
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  • Packers lose Tom Crabtree to the Buccaneers

    Packers lose Tom Crabtree to the Buccaneers

    profootballtalk.com Mar 16, 2013
    The Packers still had some interest in restricted free agent tight end Tom Crabtree, even if it wasn’t enough to tender him a $1.3 million contract. They lost that chance late Friday night, when Crabtree agreed to a deal with the Buccaneers, according t
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  • Video - Packers Let Jennings Go To Rival 01:03

    Packers Let Jennings Go To Rival

    Mar 16
    John Clayton explains how wide receiver Greg Jennings departed Green Bay for rival Minnesota.

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  • Don Banks: Which non-playoff teams helped themselves the most?

    Mar 16
    As Elvis Dumervil and the fax machine deadline debacle in Denver reminded us, the best-laid plans in free agency don't always produce the desired results. But some teams had better weeks than others as the NFL's shopping season opened. Free agency was e…