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APC writers become the Turk for a day and deliver some bad news to a few veterans." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteAcme Packing Companya Green Bay Packers communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsPackersOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections The APC PodcastPackers Film RoomFantasy Football AdviceCDTShareTweetShareShareWednesday Walkthroughs: Which veterans should the Packers consider cutting or trading?Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY SportsGerald McCoy has his walking papers in Tampa Bay Womens Tramon Williams Jersey , but he’s hardly going to be alone in just a few short months. Come late summer, plenty of veteran players will be looking for new opportunities. A few of those players could be current Green Bay Packers, and this week we’re taking a stab at playing the role of GM. Here is who we’d cut or trade among the current Packers veterans. Matub - Jimmy GrahamThis has to be the obvious answer, right? Jimmy Graham is a TEINO: Tight End In Name Only. He’s a big target who used to be a burner and a matchup problem for the secondary. Even as a young man he couldn’t block a doorway. Now Jimmy Graham is just an old man who couldn’t beat Brandon Spikes in a foot race and is only a goal line fade target (don’t even get me started on that). The fact that he hasn’t already been cut absolutely astonishes me.Also, he wore SHORTS to the Kentucky Derby. SHORTS! He should be suspended and fined for that infraction alone.Cut Jimmy. It’s Tonyan Time. Big Bob SZN. Let’s go.Shawn Wagner - Mike DanielsDaniels has given the Packers seven solid to fantastic years in Green Bay. He made the Pro Bowl in 2017 and probably should have been in at least a couple more as a former fourth-round pick that outperformed his draft slot. He still gives Green Bay the energy and veteran voice when on the field.But Daniels has battled injuries the past two seasons and was limited to 10 games in 2018. The Packers’ depth on the defensive line is relatively high after Daniels’ health last season opened doors for players like Tyler Lancaster and Fadol Brown to receive additional playing time. The drafting of Kingsley Keke also gives Green Bay another player figuring to factor heavily into the rotation in 2019. Meanwhile, Daniels is heading into the final year of his contract and, based on the team’s history of re-signing internal free agents, probably will not be in Green Bay much longer as a 29-year old lineman. In a youth movement under a new coaching staff, why not trade Daniels while he still has some value and continue looking ahead to the future?Evan “Tex” Western - Lane TaylorThis is a long shot, but consider Taylor’s fit as a not-very-good athlete in Matt LaFleur’s zone-blocking system, which requires guards to be much more nimble on their feet. Taylor’s 2018 season was largely a struggle, due at least in part to nagging injuries, but if he does struggle in the new scheme, the Packers could look to move him.Of course, this plan is contingent on having a replacement ready, as Taylor was when the team surprisingly cut Josh Sitton before the 2016 campaign began. To make this a reasonable possibility, a few other things need to happen, however. Billy Turner would need to take hold of the right guard job, Elgton Jenkins must demonstrate starter-level ability at guard, and the team needs at least one (maybe two) of Cole Madison, Lucas Patrick, and Justin McCray to demonstrate that they will be useful backups.Still, if those things do happen, it’s not crazy to imagine Taylor leaving, particularly via trade late in training camp. A trade like that would free up about $3.1 million in cap space for 2019 (since the Packers would have already paid out Taylor’s roster and workout bonuses), and another $4.55 million for 2020. That money could be helpful for the inevitable Kenny Clark contract extension or new deals for the likes of Blake Martinez Quinten Rollins Jersey White , Geronimo Allison, and Dean Lowry.Jon Meerdink - Mason CrosbyHere are a couple of numbers to consider.The first is 2. It is both Mason Crosby’s jersey number and where he ranks in 2019 among NFL kickers in terms of cap hits. Crosby counts $4.85 million against the Packers’ cap this year, which falls behind only San Francisco’s Robbie Gould on the league-wide scale.The second is 19. That is where Crosby ranks in terms of accuracy among the 20 kickers in the NFL who have attempted at least 50 field goals over the past two seasons. Crosby has converted just a hair over 80% of his kicks, ahead of only Denver’s Brandon McManus.Now, there are certainly some mitigating factors when it comes to Crosby’s performance. He attempts a lot of long-range field goals, he frequently kicks in poor conditions, and two of the three parts of the snapper-holder-kicker battery have been in essentially continuous flux over the last two years. But Crosby just hasn’t delivered, and even accounting for those mitigating factors, his performance doesn’t justify his current price tag. Should Sam Ficken prove to be semi-formidable competition for Crosby, the Packers shouldn’t hesitate to cut him and put the nearly $4 million in cap space the move would generate to better use.Paul Noonan - Aaron JonesI would always be trading my running backs. Don’t get me wrong, Aaron Jones is awesome, but that’s exactly why you move him. You can shoot him to a team that doesn’t properly value running backs, and use the return capital to acquire someone who plays a more important position.Jones hasn’t even been much of a receiver yet, and unless he’s developed over the last year, Jamaal Williams is better as a blocker and receiver at this point, which is what I really care about. I think the LaFleur scheme will get you some easy yards on the ground, and set up RBs in the pass. Williams, as a tough inside runner with good hands, is a natural in this scheme. The Packers can just keep cycling Aaron Joneses through the system. Sell high on this one. The disdain and dysfunctional between Aaron Rodgers and Mike McCarthy was no state secret. We won’t know if these issues uncovered intractable problems until we see Rodgers with a new coach."Aaron Rodgers thought he knew better than a coach that players, coaches, and personnel people inside and outside of the Green Bay Packers organization believed had lost his touch. Where’s the controversy? Why is anyone sure this will be a problem for Matt LaFleur? In Tyler Dunne’s opus for Bleacher Report on the divide between Mike McCarthy and his star quarterback, nearly every source provided damning criticisms of McCarthy. Whether it was not showing up to a meeting to get a massage in his office, failing to push the offense forward, or not calling plays effectively, it’s hard to find defenders of the former head coach, even amidst criticism of the quarterback who reportedly grew to resent and despise him. Reports of playcalling questions from the players go back to the early 2010’s Dean Lowry Jersey , but the issues of complacency reared their heads more recently. McCarthy, in an interview with ESPN, went out of his way to defend himself from those allegations, but the front office put it on the record they contributed to his firing. Players in the organization, including leaders like David Bakhtiari, openly criticized the lack of accountability within the franchise. So if Rodgers, a Hall of Fame quarterback emboldened to change plays at the line of scrimmage, is doing what he was given the freedom to do, who really cares? He changed plays because he thought McCarthy called bad plays. In a vacuum, that’s not a huge deal. Simply being ‘Not Mike McCarthy’ could be enough to reinvigorate Rodgers. He took hard coaching from Jeff Tedford at Cal, desperately asked to be coached a few years ago, and seemed genuinely delighted to have Joe Philbin at the helm at the end of the season. This all might be as simple as Rodgers didn’t respect McCarthy. In retrospect, wanting to “be coached” may have been code for “I want to be coached by someone I respect.” It was an indictment of McCarthy above all else. Sports Illustrated previously reported a tension within the team that festered due to a push-pull between the two figureheads over who was running the show. Rodgers didn’t trust McCarthy to do it, while McCarthy felt he should be in charge. He’s the coach, after all. It turns out, the Packers decided McCarthy shouldn’t be in charge. Rodgers was right. The question once again becomes: where is the issue with Rodgers? A quarterback is under no obligation to fix a fissure with his head coach, one he doesn’t respect and on whom the team actively quit multiple times in the last two years. You can’t blame Rodgers for what happened in 2017. The players quickly realized Brett Hundley was a zero and they didn’t believe the head coach could put him a position to succeed, nor had he properly coached the backup to be ready for this opportunity. None of this is to say Rodgers is blameless. It’s possible he never gave McCarthy a chance, that the slight from not picking him No. 1 overall when he was with the 49ers was a wound that couldn’t be healed. But early in his career, it didn’t manifest on the field. Rodgers made quick decisions, flinging the ball around the yard with alacrity in a way we’ve never seen. Rodgers and the offense soared with tremendous supporting talent. Beyond the criticisms from known Rodgers cynics Jermichael Finley and Greg Jennings, what are the substantive criticisms of the quarterback? That he’s arrogant? Has anyone met Tom Brady or Ben Roethlisberger or Philip Rivers? Finley recently complained that Rodgers didn’t like him because he didn’t practice hard or run the right routes. How devastating. Jennings was upset Rodgers suggested another team should sign him in the offseason. How many other receivers have opposite visions of Rodgers? Maybe we should ask his best friend Jordy Nelson, or Randall Cobb, who made Rodgers a groomsman at his wedding. Or James Jones, who is still close enough with Rodgers he broke the quarterback’s massive new mega-deal story. Davante Adams and Geronimo Allison have the trust of their quarterback. So do Jimmy Graham and Aaron Jones. If the problem was McCarthy for Rodgers, LaFleur should be able to turn this around. Rodgers has critics inside and outside the locker room. Not everyone approves of his icy demeanor Womens Marquez Valdes-Scantling Jersey , his high standards, or his prickly way of handing certainly situations. He’s certainly not blameless in this mess. It’s interesting, however, the best leaders this team has had over the last decade, to a man, effusively praise Rodgers. Charles Woodson, A.J. Hawk, Julius Peppers, and others loved the way Rodgers held everyone accountable, insisting they had to get to his level.Icing out rookie receivers? Work harder. Davante Adams managed to avoid the ire of his quarterback despite struggles early in his career because he busted his ass. Rodgers called out the 2018 rookie class in training camp for not practicing up to NFL standards. It takes time to develop a rapport and chemistry with Rodgers because he has to know you give a shit like he does. Adams did. Guys like Woodson, Hawk, Nelson and Cobb, they did too. If your quarterback has high standards, that ought to trickle down to the rest of the team. Rodgers does have to understand how impactful his words are. He has a clean slate to empower this new coach so his team buys in as well. Rodgers’ teammates didn’t trust Mike McCarthy. He didn’t either. Those are certainly related. It’s hard to fault him for believing he was smarter than his coach. He almost certainly is. And most agree his coach failed to do the things necessary to sustain a winning culture. That’s what ultimately cost him his job. Getting him on the same page with these young receivers will be important, although less so if the Packers use a high pick on a tight end and/or a receiver. If Rodgers is so stubborn none of these receivers can ever work out of the doghouse, that’s certainly an issue. That’s what the new head coach is for. Mark Murphy and Brian Gutekunst have to believe they hired a guy who is going to intellectually stimulate Rodgers. Someone who was going to coach him. Was “don’t be a problem” — the comment that Murphy reportedly made to Rodgers when he told him that LaFleur would be the guy — meant as a way of saying “we need you to be on board for this to work”? Or was it an offer of legitimate concern that Rodgers would torpedo this coach’s chances as well? We’ll soon find out. If LaFleur was the right coach and Rodgers is a good soldier, we’ll have solid evidence the problem was truly rooted in a specific interpersonal dispute. If not, there will and should be more questions about Rodgers’ attitude and how deleterious his arrogance is to the on-field play of the Packers. We saw the offense improve under Joe Philbin for stretches, which may be a reason for optimism. Many observers noticed Rodgers appeared to be having significantly more fun playing in the second half of the season. Was it because he was healthier or simply happier with Philbin in charge instead of McCarthy? Either way, LaFleur will be tasked with extracting that same spirit from Rodgers, the one McCarthy had early in his tenure, at least on the field. We won’t know truly how big a problem this rift was until we see Rodgers healthy with a new head coach. The good news is we won’t have to wait much longer. The Packers officially open the 2019 season next week.



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