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Is Ty Law an option in GB?

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by packerbackerinin, Oct 17, 2008.

  1. packerbackerinin

    packerbackerinin Cheesehead

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    Has anyone else heard that we may be interested in signing Ty Law. I think at least for the short term this wouldn't be a bad idea. He could help a depleted defensive back field in a big way. Also does anyone know if there is still a chance to get Gonzalez from KC? I'm not sure with the trade deadline come and gone that would still be a possibility. GO PACK GO!!!


    *** edited title since more than a few people were confused by it..........longtimefan ***
     
  2. longtimefan

    longtimefan Super Moderator Staff Member Super Moderator

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    Re: New "Law" in town?

    TG is a no go..

    ask your self this

    if Law was so good why was he sitting at home up till now?
     
  3. packerbackerinin

    packerbackerinin Cheesehead

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    Re: New "Law" in town?

    That's a good point. However I think that he would work as a pretty good band aid if Harris can't return quickly. Do you think they might go after Gonzalez in the off season? GO PACK GO!!!
     
  4. yooperfan

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    Re: New "Law" in town?

    Bad thread title.
    Made me think that we actually signed him.
     
  5. MajicMan

    MajicMan Cheesehead

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    Re: New "Law" in town?

    Yeah, Law made a lot of sense. He certainly could help out. We have the need - We have the money. But I try not to even think of these things...TT will never bring anyone in...Scrooge Mc-TT.

    He'd rather keep his cash, and watch Blackmon get toasted...

    I mean, I get it, it goes to people like Jennings and Arodge, longterm...But helping this team win in-season when it's REALLY needed, sure would be nice...

    Oh well.
     
  6. DonnieCash

    DonnieCash Cheesehead

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    Re: New "Law" in town?

    I think it can't hurt to have as many fresh legs on the secondary as we can, especially with the injury prone season we've had thus far.
     
  7. Aa-rodg_is_cool

    Aa-rodg_is_cool Cheesehead

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    Re: New "Law" in town?

    If we got 20 mil cap space left why not sign him?

    I highly doubt that TT will sign him tho..
     
  8. packerbackerinin

    packerbackerinin Cheesehead

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    Re: New "Law" in town?

    I see the point, but that is the reason for the question mark. GO PACK GO!!!
     
  9. yooperfan

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    Re: New "Law" in town?

    Sorry, I got so excited thinking that Teddy would actually think outside the box that I missed the question mark.
     
  10. packerbackerinin

    packerbackerinin Cheesehead

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    It's ok yoop. I would be excited too if he did something finally that fans could cheer about. Dreams are what life is built on, and sometimes reality sucks, but I think we will be ok. GO PACK GO!!!
     
  11. PackOne

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    As a fourth corner and backup safety.
     

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