Overview: To kick off the next series of evaluations on AllGreenBayPackers.com, the ALLGBP staff are going to be analyzing each position group starting off with the specialists. Overall, the specialists did a pretty good job keeping their names off the papers and blogs, outside of about 6 weeks of utter CROSBPOCALYPSE.
Where We Are Now
Here are the current suspects;
1) Introduction: If there’s one thing to be said about long snappers it’s that you only notice them when something goes horribly wrong. No one ever noticed Brett Goode, which makes him a fine long snapper indeed, to the point that general manager Ted Thompson thought it wise to resign Goode mid-season to the tune of a 3-year deal $2.715 million, something that typically only...
Undrafted, cut twice and having found a "real" job in construction, Brett Goode got a call from the Packers just before 2008 season. One of the most anonymous players on the team, Goode has been rewarded for going unnoticed.
Packers long snapper Brett Goode has signed a three-year extension to stay with the Green Bay Packers through the 2015 season. His previous contract was scheduled to expire following this season. Goode is currently in his fifth year as the Packers’ long snapper, and he has yet to produce a single “aborted snap” on a [...]
Starters Greg Jennings and T.J. Lang will be free agents after the season and superstars Aaron Rodgers and Clay Matthews are vastly underpaid by NFL standards, but the player most likely to sign an extension with the Green Bay Packers in the coming weeks is probably Brett Goode. The 27-year-old long snapper is scheduled to [...]
1) Introduction: I wouldn’t mind having Brett Goode’s life. He pals around with Aaron Rodgers, gets a front row seat to watch the Packers every Sunday and does the only job he’s assigned to do very well.
Weight: 255 lbs.
3) Expectations coming into the season: Avoid the closeup. If the...