I suppose.....sixone220 said:
arrowgargantuan said:vonnie had his best years in green bay, and his time away proved that we let him go at the right time. sorry but this would be a waste of time and money. he's not even average anymore.
The point I'm going for here, I think with someone on the other side he'd be worth a looksie for the right CHEAP price. I'm not saying the main is the cure all to our problems, I jus think he'd help out as long as we have KGB on the other side and that big boy in the middle.
Logic would dictate if he had anything left, the Chiefs would have kept him. Their Def is almost as bad as ours; why would they get rid of a productive player under contract?
from the article said:Indianapolis - Don't look for defensive end Vonnie Holliday to be back in uniform for the Green Bay Packers any time soon.
Four National Football League teams that agent Brian Levy didn't identify have been pursuing Holliday since his release Wednesday by the Kansas City Chiefs but his old team isn't one of them.
According to Levy, that means the Packers aren't interested.
"They would have called already," Levy said. "I've spoken to (vice president) Andrew Brandt on other issues so I'm sure that would have come up at some point. Four teams have called and are very aggressive."
The Miami Dolphins signed defensive end Vonnie Holliday to a two-year contract Saturday.
Holliday was released by Kansas City on Feb. 22. The seven-year NFL veteran was with the Chiefs for two seasons.
He started three games last season and had nine tackles. He has played in 91 career games, with 220 tackles. He has also played for Green Bay.