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It looks like the Jaguars may dip in the free agent pool again and come away with another solid veteran to shore up its defense.An ESPN. com story by Paul Kuharsky this week reported that former Green Bay Packers linebacker Desmond Bishop may be on the team’s radar in an effort to bring in another quality veteran for the middle of the defense.He was drafted by the Green Bay Packers in the sixth round of the 2007 NFL Draft and played college football at California.Jacksonville is not the only team that has shown interest in Bishop, who was missed last season with a hamstring injury. The New York Giants, Minnesota and Kansas City Chiefs also appear to be suitors for his services.The Jaguars signed linebacker Geno Hayes of Chicago early in the free agent period to fill the slot left open by released linebacker Daryl Smith, who recently signed with Baltimore.If signed, Bishop, who is 6’2” and 233 pounds, could be in line to start for the team that needs help in stuffing the run. The Jag...
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With just about two and a half months until the start of the 2013 NFL regular season, let’s take an updated look at the Top 10 NFL free agents that are currently on the open market (in no particular order). Photo Via Atlanta Falcons Official Facebook Page 1. LB Desmond Bishop The former 2007 sixth-round selection out of Cal had a strong two-year stretch in 2010-11, collecting...
According to D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, free agent linebacker Desmond Bishop told SiriusXM NFL Radio that the Atlanta Falcons have shown some interest in him.
Bishop has already visited with the Vikings and Chiefs and has received interest from the Giants and Jaguars. He even said there’s...
According to Mike Garafolo of USA Today Sports, free agent linebacker Desmond Bishop met with the Vikings on Wednesday and is now set to meet with the Chiefs. While the Jaguars have also expressed some interest in Bishop, he’s expected to make a decision on which team he’ll sign with after meeting with Kansas City. Bishop doesn’t have a lot of time to make a decision with NFL...
Free agency is not over just yet. The Green Bay Packers recently released inside linebacker Desmond Bishop, who played a significant role during their Super Bowl season in 2010. And Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported the Chiefs will meet with Bishop this week. He first met with the Packers divisional rival Minnesota Vikings, and Kansas City is next on the list. The Jacksonville...
Desmond Bishop doesn’t have to be an every-down linebacker to be a smart addition for the Vikings if his hamstring checked out. Adding him would increase the overall quality of the linebacker corps.
Hot News for LB Desmond Bishop
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. The Minnesota Vikings confirmed former Green Bay Packers linebacker Desmond Bishop was in for a workout with the team, but the team says it is just doing its "due diligence" in checking out the former leading tackler for Green Bay.
Minnesota still has an undetermined spot open at linebacker, currently on the weakside after Erin Henderson's move...
"Packers Retirement Home."
You cheeky bastards.
As we covered earlier this week with the news that former Green Bay Packers linebacker Desmond Bishop may be leaving the land of sister swapping and inverted anuses to join God's land in Minnesota, there have been QUITE a few former Green and Gold bros who have decided to wear purple. Bishop (maybe) won't...
Desmond Bishop is gone. Brad Jones is in. A.J. Hawk? Well, he’s never left. For the Packers, that seems to be just fine at the inside linebacker position. For what Hawk might lack in creating impact plays, he makes up for by being counted on each week.
The Packers gambled and lost by letting Cullen Jenkins go following the Super Bowl. That decision might have cost the team another shot at a championship. From that perspective, there certainly are parallels in the decision to release Desmond Bishop.