Tuesday, August 05, 2003
A little roster management first as the Packers sign tight end Wesley Walls for the veterans minimum. For the second week in a row the Packers beat out the Redskins for a free agent (has there been a free agent this year they haven't bid on this offseason?). Walls says he's healthy but the Panthers have probably heard that story before. Walls wasn't very good last year but he has been a big touchdown threat near the goal line and teamed in the red zone with Bubba Franks they could be the best tight end pair since Chmura and Jackson in 1996. Hopefully this means the five (or six?) year Tyrone Davis experiment can finally be ended.