GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Daryn Colledge had never been the player asked to do the conference call with the opposing team's local media. After all, as the offensive lineman who protected Brett Favre for two years and Aaron Rodgers for three seasons during his time with the Packers, Colledge wasn't exactly highly requested for those types of interviews.
Now in his second year with the Arizona Cardinals, Colledge has been passed over for those opportunities by star wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald.
This week, in his seventh NFL season, the 30-year-old Colledge finally had his 15 minutes of fame. Well, more like his 15 minutes of talking on the phone with a group of reporters, but still.
"You guys always liked talking to me when I was there anyways, Colledge said with a laugh. "You guys always like to hold me up.
After the Packers decided to let Colledge leave in free agency in 2011, the Cardinals signed him to a five-year, 27.5 million contract, with nearly 10 million guaranteed. And Coll...