Daybreak Doppler: Packers Draft a USC Bookend OLB
This week’s Daybreak Doppler Dames theme is Women Who Have Thrown a Ceremonial First Pitch.
Anna Kournikova (Cardinals game)
All Green Bay Packers has the details on the newest Packer, Nick Perry.
Lombardi Ave has a collection of articles & information on Nick Perry.
While at the combine, Brian from CHTV had a Q & A session with Perry.
The Brewers Bar has a preview of the weekend series as the Brewers visit the Cardinals.
Brew Crew Ball on whether Carlos Gomez May or May Not Be Fulfilling His Talent.
It was Kevin Zeitler, not Peter Konz, that continued the Badgers O-Line 1st Round Streak.
Paint Touches’ player breakdown of Jae Crowder.
The headline says it all, Worst People Ever Catch Foul Ball, Refuse To Give It To A Crying Child, Are Vilified By Michael Kay.
This is so bad it’s wonderful, The Worst Resume in the World.
Presidential Campaigns Ruined By Self-inflicted Gunshot Wounds to the Foot, metaphorically speaking of course.
This will be useful for @cubanlaf at least, 16 Tips To Avoid Being Killed The Next Time You Sing Karaoke.
Looking at Why TV Shows “Jump The Shark”.
Number 5 on this list seems nice enough, not sure about the others: Five girls you’ll meet at a music festival.
More goodness from Colombia, Natalia Velez.
Clay Has Company – With the 28th pick in last night’s first round of the NFL Draft the Packers picked Nick Perry from USC. The run on pass rushers started with Seattle at 15 & just continued until Perry was really the only option left for the Packers once it was their time. I’m a little mixed on the pick itself. I’m happy Thompson addressed a glaring need here right away. That happiness is tempered by comments from Perry himself about wanting to stay at a DE position, playing with his ‘hand in the dirt’. In Ted We Trust though and the only thing we can do is hope that Kevin Greene can coach Perry up in his new position & that this USC product is as successful as the last one the Packers picked.
The draft continues tonight with rounds 2-3, the Brewers start a series in St. Louis & there should be no shortage of sports related viewing options throughout the weekend. Make it a good one & we’ll see you back here Monday morning.
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