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NFL Trade Rumors:
Jason Wilde of ESPN Wisconsin is reporting that barring a trade or an agreement on a restructured contract the Packers will release ILB Desmond Bishop. Reports surfaced during this year’s draft that Green Bay was shopping Bishop around the league, but there must not have been a lot of interest. Bishop, 28, signed a four-year deal worth $19.05 million back in 2011 and is set to make for $3.464 million for the upcoming season. He’s coming off of a pretty serious hamstring injury and the Packers retained Brad Jones during the offseason, so it appears as though Bishop has lost his starting job. We’ll have more as the news becomes available. The post Report: Packers Expected To Part Ways With ILB Desmond Bishop appeared first on NFL Trade Rumors -.
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After failing to trade Desmond Bishop, the Green Bay Packers
are preparing to cut ties with the linebacker, according to ESPN Milwaukee.
According to an NFL source, barring an unlikely contract
restructure or trade, the Packers will be parting ways with Bishop, who missed
all of last season with a ruptured hamstring tendon suffered in the Aug. 9
preseason opener at San Diego....
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The Packers are trying to force more fumbles and Desmond Bishop and Charles Woodson were two of the best on the team. Thus, a report of Bishop's possible release makes little sense, beyond dollars and cents.
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