By BOB McGINN
The Green Bay Packers haven’t re-signed a player of consequence in six months, and the reason should be obvious.
Their roster is weak and no player in this year’s class of unrestricted free agents deserves it.
Aaron Rodgers signed his four-year, $134 million extension on Aug. 29. Since then, it has been crickets.
It became clear during the season that the Packers had no intention of making another contract offer to linebacker Clay Matthews or Randall Cobb, their leading unrestricted free agents.
It’s possible the Packers still might bring back a couple of their 11...
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