Legendary senior writer jclombardi reviews "Super Bowl week" Packers headlines.
Former Packers Players pumped for new shot at Super Bowl Ring. Packersnews.com (Kareem Copeland) news that former Packers players including Nick McDonald (New England Patriots) and Derrick Martin (New York Giants) have a chance to win a super bowl ring Sunday.
Rodgers Bummed Out By NFC's Efforts. ESPN (Kevin Seifert) news quoted Packers QB Rodgers about the NFC's performance in their NFL Pro Bowl loss. QB Rodgers said, "I'll be honest with you. I was a little bit disappointed. I felt like some of the guys on the NFC side embarrassed themselves." The AFC beat the NFC 59-41 in the NFL Pro Bowl game (last Sunday).
Rodgers Named 'Most Marketable". Scout.com (Packer Report and Sports Exchange) news that a Sportsbusiness Daily Survey found quarterback Aaron Rodgers is the marketable NFL player.
Collins Waits For Doctor's Orders. Jsonline.com (Rob Reischel) news that Packers Nick Collins is waiting for a March update from his doctors to determine his future football hopes. Packers safety Collins said, "I always am going to say I'm going to come back, but at the end of the day, I still have to make a decision. I have to make sure everything's all right with the team doctor, the doctor that did the surgery, my family, my friends." We can hope the prognosis is better than that given to former Packers defensive star Tim Lewis.
Commentary: The "personal professional grudge" rhetorical nonsense from the Packers blogosphere competition (fact about blur between private and professional perceptions added to old libel emails) linked to the post who failed to acknowledge the international credentials of a creative specialist, senior writer, and publisher, and veteran Packers blogger. Abusive and spam linked comments are reported to Facebook (déjà va tactics). For the uninformed and gullible, sports sites routinely post news links with their commentaries. Can you say, "You're right"? Can you say, "Who gets the ad revenues"? Is "Expose" a French word?