While the wife of Packers cornerback Brandon Underwood has done her best to cover for her husband after a recent domestic disturbance, it’s quite possible the incident will end Underwood’s tumultuous run in Green Bay.
Greg A. Bedard of the Boston Globe writes that Underwood “should be in his final days as a Packer.” The former Packers beat writer believes that coach Mike McCarthy’s stated goal to only have “Packer People” of high character on the roster should make the decision easy.
“Underwood, like [Johnny] Jolly, should never play for the Packers again. Or the phrase ‘Packer people’ is worth about as much as the paper it was printed on,” Bedard writes.
Considering Underwood’s relatively minor role at a deep position for the Packers, getting rid of him shouldn’t be too painful.