Daryn Colledge Signs Contract Tender: Why He Will Get Traded

May 11, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

As many of us football gurus know, when players threaten to hold out then sign their tenders, they occasionally end up playing for a different team the next season.
Guard Daryn Colledge is no different.
Prior to the draft, the Packers offered Colledge a second round draft tender and according to reports, he was supposedly furious. Colledge came out and denied his frustration saying he was estatic to receive a second round tender. Then why didn't he sign until just recently?
He was furious.
Now that the draft has come and gone, Colledge realized his leverage was lessened when the Packers drafted tackle/guard Marshall Newhouse. The word out of Packers camp is that Newhouse really impressed at rookie orientation camp. He could get time at tackle and guard.
If you ask me, I think he will be a mainstay at guard this season and Colledge will be shipped out closer to training camp, much like Tony Moll last season.
There are also other factors in my reasoning for ...

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