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The New York Jets have claimed former Packers running back Alex Green off of waivers, according to his agent.
@AGreen_20 Congrats on Jets. #newbeginnings
— Michael Hoffman (@MRHoffy) September 1, 2013
As long as Green can stay healthy, he will be a nice addition for the Jets alongside Chris Ivory.
Green ran for 464 yards on 135 carries last season in Green Bay.
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According to Pro Football Central, the Packers may bring in former Panthers quarterback Jimmy Clausen for a look. The Packers released Vince Young earlier today and will need a solid back up for Aaron Rodgers this season. [ Black Sports Online ] Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Report: Packers showing interest in Jimmy Clausen appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
SO CLOSE, YET SO FAR
When the Packers cut Graham Harrell, it appeared Vince Young had locked up a backup quarterback job. Instead, the team released him.
On August 30 it was widely believed that Vince Young had locked up the job as back up to Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. A day later when he was let go people were surprised to say the least.
They might be even more surprised now that the Packers general manager Ted Thompson is taking the blame for Young's exit.
During his Sunday news conference Thompson...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- The Vince Young experiment with the Green Bay Packers lasted 26 days. Young lost out on the Packers' backup quarterback job and was released Saturday morning.
"Thanks to the Packers for the opportunity," Young posted on his Twitter account. "Great organization, great team, wonderful fans. Good luck this season."
Last week, it seemed like...
Packers GM Ted Thompson in a rare admission of wrongdoing, stated that they did not create the best environment for Vince Young to succeed in.
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With rosters down to just 53 players, there’s bound to be a run on free agents in the coming days. One of the most eligible such players is now Vince Young, who failed to stick with the Green Bay Packers, but this is a quarterback needy league, and Vince Young can still play.
Frankly, it’s strange to see such a talented quarterback with a winning record looking for work. Because...
Right when you think you are back, right Vince? In what is widely being viewed as a surprise Vince Young has been released by the Green Bay Packers.
It was thought that Young was a shoe-in for the No. 2 job after the Packers released Graham Harrell, but it appears that the Packers are going to go with 2012 seventh round pick B.J. Coleman from Tennessee...
It’s roster cut time! Adam and Chris are here to predict the last of the Packers roster cuts hours before 53-man deadline in their latest podcast.
They also lend their predicting minds to the Packers schedule and the rest of the NFL season. All while conjuring up QB legends Shane Falco and Johnny Utah. Huh? Tune in to see why…
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This will end all of your quarterback problems… Good game, good effort. We love Brady Quinn the person, we laugh at Brady Quinn the quarterback.
Latest spin of the Jets QB carousel: team signs Brady Quinn. Speculation swirls Mark Sanchez may be more hurt than initially thought
— Rachel Nichols (@Rachel__Nichols) September 2, 2013
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After releasing the immortal Graham Harrell, the New York Jets signed substandard field general Brady Quinn on Monday. Clipped by the Seattle Seahawks last weekend, the 28-year-old Quinn is guaranteed to earn at least the veteran’s minimum of $715,000 if he’s still a Jet on Saturday. Taken out of Notre Dame by the Cleveland Browns 22nd overall in 2007, the journeyman has now...
BY NICK ST. DENISJim Leonhard could only get away from Mike Pettine for so long.Leonhard, who worked under the defensive coordinator Pettine for three years when the pair was employed by the New York Jets, signed with the Buffalo Bills Monday.Pettine led the Jets' defense the past four seasons but joined the Bills at the beginning of this year. Leonhard, meanwhile, was with Gang...