From the sport pages of the Green Bay Press-Gazette by Rob Demovsky- P.G. sports writer dated Tues. April 19, 2005. Quote:"Back up Quarterback Craig Nall signed his one year , restricted contract on Monday. he will have a base salary of $656,000 if he makes the team. Last season Nall appeared in five games and completed 23 out of 33 passes for 314 yards and four touchdowns. he had a passer rating of 139.4. Nall is expected to compete for a back up job with J.T. O'Sullivan, another restricted free agent who will sign with the Packers" unquote. On Aaron Kampmans' status with the Packer . Quoting Rob Demovsky again. Quote " The Packers have until Wednesday night to match the one year offer sheet to believed to be worth $1.2 million. The Packers placed the lowest restricted free agent tender Kampman, a one year $656,000 offer. That meant another team would have to give up fifth round draft choice---if the Packers decided not to match the offer. Because the Packers have approximately $6 million in cap space, it's hard to imagine they wouldn't match the Vikings' offer unless they don't believe Kampman is a good fit in defensive coordinator Jim Bates' scheme." unquote.---In my humble opinion., I believe they will sign Aaron Kampman. I just can't see the Packers letting Aaron go over to the Vikings. He is improving young D.E. and Packers have already lost too many experienced defensive players. This is Ted Thompson call, and he will have already determined if Aaron is worth the $1.2, which the Packer have in their $6 M salary cap or let him go to the Vikings.