2010 Green Bay Packers’ March: In Like a Lion, Out Like a Lamb

April 3, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

As Green Bay Packers fans might imagine, the month of March is “quiet time” at 1265 Lombardi Ave.
Office personnel are busy playing solitaire on their computers, and the water cooler continually plays host to bored employees looking to eat up some minutes.
The St. Patty’s Day office party, with Mike McCarthy dressed as a leprechaun, is always the highlight of the month.
Every day, Ted Thompson is seen entering the building in the morning and leaving at night, but little else is known of what he’s doing in his office.
Watching re-runs of Gomer Pyle? Playing waste-basket-ball? Who knows?
The marketing department probably has all-day brainstorming sessions on how to keep the Packers in the news. College interns secretly scour the news wires and keep track of other teams’ free agent signings, wishing they could have landed a gig with those organizations.
Of course, I’m just being facetious here, but this imaginary...

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