Thursday, July 15, 2010
BBAO: Imagining Favre in Detroit
By Kevin Seifert
We're Black and Blue All Over:
Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune turns his attention to the running backs in his position-by-position preview series.
The third installment of ChicagoBears.com's video series on rookie camp chronicles players participating in their first NFL practice.
Mike DeBord and Larry Mayer of ChicagoBears.com discuss how Greg Olsen, Desmond Clark and other Bears tight ends performed in organized team activities.
The Lions don't have to deal with an "intense, time-consuming and distracting" training camp battle to find out who their No. 1 quarterback is, Greg Eno writes in the Detroit Free Press.
Brett Favre recently revealed he was willing to be traded to Detroit during his standoff with Packers GM Ted Thompson in 2007. Tim Twentyman wonders what the past few seasons would have been like had Favre ended up in Honolulu blue and silver.
Green Bay Packers
Greg Koch, once referred to as "‘The Texan with the Ten-Gallon Mouth," talked with the Green Bay Press-Gazette's Kareem Copeland about what it's like to be inducted in to the Packers Hall of Fame.
The number that concerns team president/CEO Mark Murphy the most is the Packers' recently released financial report is local revenue: The Packers’ local revenue stayed flat for a third consecutive year.
The Packers' expenses, especially player costs, made a big jump from the previous fiscal year.
If Favre doesn't return in 2010, it will be because his surgically repaired ankle won't allow him to.
Teammates Brett Favre and Greg Lewis shared the best play award at the ESPY's Wednesday night for Favre's last-second pass to Lewis early last season.