Green Bay Packers: Brandon Underwood, Johnny Jolly Make Up a Week to Forget

March 30, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Packers are a no-nonsense franchise. A team that stays away from the medias vicious circle. An organization intolerant of petty and irrelevant issues. Not that you needed reminding of any of that.
Yep, Green Bay were the clean-cut, snobby team of the NFL.
At least that was the case up until this past week.
Two individuals in particular have thrown a spanner into Titletown's humble world lately: Johnny Jolly and Brandon Underwood. It's no surprise, really. The two don't exactly scream model citizens when they walk down the street. But how did the Packers seemingly miss this issue when it first arose?
Clearly, second chances are for the lucky.
In the Packers' defense, though, they have done just about everything right when it comes to handling this situation. The players haven't combined into one giant ball of rage and tossed it toward anyone willing to listen. Nor have the coaching staff caused a scene and stormed off their separate ways like spoiled toddler...

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