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...for 6 years, $32.4 million (Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel), including an $11 million signing bonus.

And after being replaced by Grady Jackson, the Gravedigger proved expendable (Packers.com), despite being ALL MAN and playing the whole season with a torn f'n bicep.

Jackson may be a better player right now, but I'm gonna miss him...a Packer through and through. Huzzah for the Clifton signing, though...our O-line does big things for Ahman Green, and needs to stay together.



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