I know we have more pressing issues this offseason (defense, Wahle, Rivera, Franks) and Green is under contract through next season, but I think this will be one of the new GM's biggest decisions. If Thompson doesn't renegotiate Greens contract this offseason I'm afraid he will feel slighted by the Packers and basically go into 2005 with the attitude that he is auditioning for another team for 2006. Short term, that would be a good thing for the Packers because he'll want to put up big numbers, but IMO, Green has earned his big pay day already and since he's still fairly young, I think it would be a big mistake to let this guy get away. The occasional fumbles aside, Green is the best back the Packers have had since the Lombardi years. He never seems to complain and keeps himself in prime condition. I also don't think he'll turn into another Antonio Freeman and go into the tank after getting the big bucks. On a similar note, I DO think it would be a good idea to explore trade options for Najeh Davenport. He showed again this year that he can't remain healthy enough to be counted on and he had two fumbles in the Viking playoff game (fortunately recovered by Packers or the final score could have been much worse).