Ted Thompson and Packers Flying With No Safety Net

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Published: September 24, 2009

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... Thompson to learn his lesson.
Many fans bristled to find out the Packers had kept Jarrett Bush over a more experienced play maker in Anthony Smith, who was shining in the preseason. It got worse when the secondary became woefully thin due to injuries against the Bengals...but thank God Green Bay had three full backs.

Unless Kuhn, Hall, or Johnson can play some safety, the Packers messed this up.

No one could be sure if this would come back to bite Green Bay when the Packers made their cuts, but it didn't take an NFL analysts with Chris Mortenson's credential to figure it out.
Nick Collins was a Pro Bowl safety last year, and Bigby performed at a high level when he was healthy. Keeping Aaron Rouse despite his injuries made some sense because he was a supposedly talented player, not to mention a high draft choice by Ted Thompson. Green Bay traded for Derrick Martin, another 3-4 veteran and young talent on cut day, so keeping Rouse, Martin and Bu...

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