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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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Depending on your definition.. I double checked the boxscores to be sure, but indeed it was longtime Chicago Rush (Arena league) head coach Mike Hohensee who was the starter ahead of Sean Payton on the Bears replacement squad.
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