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Charles Woodson doesn’t get A.J. Hawk’s middle-finger “joke”

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After Packers linebacker A.J. Hawk was shown on television giving a one-finger salute on Sunday, Hawk explained that the whole thing was just a running joke with his teammates.

Packers cornerback Charles Woodson has been a teammate of Hawk’s for Hawk’s entire NFL career, and Woodson says that’s the first he’s ever heard of any such joke.

“No, I had not heard about it,” Woodson told Jim Rome today. “I don’t know that I’ve ever seen that. From what I heard it was some kind of inside joke but I have no clue. I don’t know who else knew about it either. I guess there were a couple people who knew about it but it caught everybody else off guard. So the joke’s on us I guess.”

Hawk said he couldn’t say exactly what the joke was, nor could he identify who the teammates were who are in on it. So it’s apparently hard to identify anyone who finds the “joke” funny. It’s safe to assume the league office will inform Hawk this week that they don’t get the joke either.

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78 Responses to “Charles Woodson doesn’t get A.J. Hawk’s middle-finger “joke””
  1. scudbot says: Oct 17, 2011 5:47 PM

    I didn’t get it either. Nor do I get why this is still newsworthy.

  2. bluefan204 says: Oct 17, 2011 5:50 PM

    Looks like AJ forgot to let anyone else in on it

  3. psdaleno says: Oct 17, 2011 5:51 PM

    i thought it was a hilarious joke! then again, i also like dane cook and carlos mencia.

  4. flavordave says: Oct 17, 2011 5:52 PM

    Geez Charles. Just throw him under the bus.

  5. scudbot says: Oct 17, 2011 5:52 PM

    Clearly the Packers should be made to forfeit all six wins and Hawk should be permanently expelled.

    NFL players should remember at all times that they’re on stage and our children’s future depends on the image they project. Except for Vick, Roethlisberger, Burress and some others I can’t remember at the moment.

    Let us take a moment to pray for Hawk. He has sinned.

  6. r8rsfan says: Oct 17, 2011 5:52 PM

    worst uni’s of all time – what’s with the brown helmets?

  7. stlducks says: Oct 17, 2011 5:53 PM

    Wow Charles good job throwing your teammate under the bus

  8. scudbot says: Oct 17, 2011 5:53 PM

    But it was a great sack anyway.

  9. m1k3g says: Oct 17, 2011 6:01 PM

    psdaleno says:
    Oct 17, 2011 5:51 PM
    i thought it was a hilarious joke! then again, i also like dane cook and carlos mencia.
    ———————————————————————————–

    So you’re saying he stole the joke from Clay Matthews?

  10. boiler72 says: Oct 17, 2011 6:01 PM

    No big deal. Hawk could have easily done something even more incredibly stupid. Such as call all of his teammates the Dream Team.

  11. doe22us says: Oct 17, 2011 6:07 PM

    Am i the only one that likes the uniform???

  12. apm says: Oct 17, 2011 6:08 PM

    Not all 53 players on Packers roster aware of existence of inside joke. Can’t wait for Bob Ley to get the full story!

  13. canadianvikingfaniii says: Oct 17, 2011 6:10 PM

    r8rsfan says:Oct 17, 2011 5:52 PM

    worst uni’s of all time – what’s with the brown helmets?
    ————–
    Old school leather helmets were brown.

  14. cusoman says: Oct 17, 2011 6:11 PM

    scudbot says:
    Oct 17, 2011 5:47 PM
    I didn’t get it either. Nor do I get why this is still newsworthy.

    ————-

    It’s newsworthy because Packer fans have self-cultivated the image of cleanliness and classiness for their team. This flies in the face of that. You have no one to blame but yourselves, Pack fans.

  15. castleofcheese says: Oct 17, 2011 6:13 PM

    r8rsfan says:
    Oct 17, 2011 5:52 PM
    worst uni’s of all time – what’s with the brown helmets?
    ——–
    They’re supposed to look like leather. I’m a Packers fan, but you’re right. Those jerseys are hideous.

  16. steviemo says: Oct 17, 2011 6:14 PM

    P.S. Those are my favorite uniforms of all time in the NFL.

  17. sleepsoncouches says: Oct 17, 2011 6:16 PM

    Did anybody notice that it was Ohio State flicking off Michigan? Does “AJ” stand for “A Jerk?”

  18. The Phantom Stranger says: Oct 17, 2011 6:17 PM

    Funny guy!

  19. sleepsoncouches says: Oct 17, 2011 6:18 PM

    It’s newsworthy because Packer fans have self-cultivated the image of cleanliness and classiness for their team. This flies in the face of that. You have no one to blame but yourselves, Pack fans.

    ————————————————–

    You’ve obviously never met a Packer fan…..

  20. bengalsfan513 says: Oct 17, 2011 6:19 PM

    This guy should be suspended

    There are children that watch these games and this fool should be made an example of

  21. The Phantom Stranger says: Oct 17, 2011 6:19 PM

    doe22us says:
    Oct 17, 2011 6:07 PM
    Am i the only one that likes the uniform???
    ___________

    Yep. They’re ridiculous. I like the Acme Packers sweatshirt, though.

  22. tatum064 says: Oct 17, 2011 6:23 PM

    Not a problem Charles. We dont get it either, and the league definitely wont. But he’ll get a fine.

  23. discosucs2005 says: Oct 17, 2011 6:26 PM

    Way to throw him under the bus. Just pretend you get the joke.

  24. teal379 says: Oct 17, 2011 6:41 PM

    Rumor has it here in GB that some of his teammates were giving him crap about Nick Barnett having a better year (ignore that they’re asked to do 2 very different things in their respective defenses) and because of what Dom asks of AJ he doesn’t get to sack the QB much.

    When he did – he was giving a little bit back to those teammates.

    As long as the league puts up with idiots getting drunk and killing people with their cars, shooting at relatives and trying to get drugs through air ports – this shouldn’t even be a blip.

  25. gatorjason says: Oct 17, 2011 6:42 PM

    You might want to ask A.J. Hawk’s position coach. He may not have been pleased as A.J. rushed the QB instead of covering the releasing back. A. J. was just replying “Cover this!”

  26. rpiotr01 says: Oct 17, 2011 6:45 PM

    Josh Sitton tweeted that he thought it was funny and apparently knew about it. Called it “Flipping the Hawk.” Get it?

    ::crickets::

    Well whatever, that’s what it was. Move on.

  27. scudbot says: Oct 17, 2011 6:47 PM

    O this is rich.

    First, let me get this out of the way. I dig the unis. The brown helmet really doesn’t look like leather, but so what.

    cusoman bitterly proposed that “Packer fans have self-cultivated the image of cleanliness.” If by “cleanliness” you mean we appreciate the absence of sexual assault artists and sociopathic dog killers, yup.

    But cusoman is clearly topped here:
    bengalsfan513 says: This guy should be suspended There are children that watch these games and this fool should be made an example of.” Yeah, really. Your locker room is a living rap sheet. Flippin’ you a virtual double bird here.

  28. lunarpie says: Oct 17, 2011 6:51 PM

    Sorry, but A.J. Hawk needs to get a nice fine. He basically gave the middle finger to all the parents of children who love watching the NFL.

  29. jarrman46 says: Oct 17, 2011 6:59 PM

    AJ was just showing the rest of the league were his Super Bowl 46 championship ring is going.

  30. jrmbadger says: Oct 17, 2011 7:06 PM

    Aaron Rodgers’ brother also insinuated that Aaron was aware of the inside joke. So basically there is no story here – there is an inside joke that apparently some of them are aware of and some arent.

    If Schwartz and Harbough aren’t fined, why should A.J. be fined?

  31. glac1 says: Oct 17, 2011 7:08 PM

    A dumb act by a player… but please media stick with covering the game instead of this “hollywood” stuff..

  32. thejuddstir says: Oct 17, 2011 7:17 PM

    I thought a player’s Wunderlich score was suppose to be kept as private information….guess it’s ok if the player himself decides to express it to the world.

  33. cusoman says: Oct 17, 2011 7:19 PM

    scudbot says:
    Oct 17, 2011 6:47 PM
    O this is rich.

    cusoman bitterly proposed that “Packer fans have self-cultivated the image of cleanliness.” If by “cleanliness” you mean we appreciate the absence of sexual assault artists and sociopathic dog killers, yup.

    —————-

    Listen, I realize you guys don’t have as much drama as some of the more radical examples (way to use the most radical, by the way), but to suggest your team is entirely made up of people you want your kids to grow up to be and model their lives after, like some shining example of on and off the field sportsmanship, is ridiculous.

    Every team has its miscreants, whether you know it not – Johnny Jolly was a Packer 2 years before he was arrested and at any given time there could be another like him with shady goings on. Am I saying A.J. Hawk is another Jolly? No, but to act like your whole team is God’s gift to football (like the Packer fans I know in real life) is naive.

  34. packfaninchitown says: Oct 17, 2011 7:24 PM

    A.J.’s response:

    “Sometimes you forget that it’s on TV. I definitely want to apologize to anyone whose kids were watching and got offended or anything. I understand. I’m sorry that got out there.”

    Please try to un-ruffle your delicate feathers now…

  35. guada1265 says: Oct 17, 2011 7:25 PM

    Charles is a class act and probably didn’t want to get involved.

    It’s a middle finger, most of us have one and know how to use it. This is one of those times that had no malicious intent. You can hear players cuss and read cussing on coaches lips in every game. Don’t make a big deal out of a non-story.

    Relax people, relax-

  36. rarson says: Oct 17, 2011 7:30 PM

    Who cares? It’s a finger. I have ten of my own. I am not offended by any of them.

  37. scudbot says: Oct 17, 2011 7:43 PM

    cusoman: “but to suggest your team is entirely made up of people you want your kids to grow up to be and model their lives after,”

    Citations, please?

    Yeah, I didn’t think so.

    Woodson has donated $millions to hospitals in Michigan. Ryan Grant made a kid’s last days special. James Starks is from one of the most crime-ridden communities in the US and is now an inspirational role model. Donald Driver. To name a few. Former Packers take out ads in the Green Bay Gazette to thank the fans.

    It’s not perfect but it’s pretty good.

  38. stuartscottsgooglyeye says: Oct 17, 2011 8:13 PM

    I get it.

  39. wetbackattack says: Oct 17, 2011 8:14 PM

    He did it to show the coaches and the doubters that
    He still got game!

  40. sevensixtwonato says: Oct 17, 2011 8:46 PM

    These guys are not payed to be role models, they are payed to play football, there is great people on every team, and there are jackwagons on every team. Just like the fans that follow the teams.

    I guess I don’t see the big deal about what he did. He was dumb, we have all cussed at the wrong time and felt stupid afterwords. Let him make a NFL imposed donation to charity and be done with it.

  41. paulharghis says: Oct 17, 2011 8:51 PM

    scudbot says:
    Oct 17, 2011 7:43 PM
    cusoman: “but to suggest your team is entirely made up of people you want your kids to grow up to be and model their lives after,”

    Citations, please?

    Yeah, I didn’t think so.

    Woodson has donated $millions to hospitals in Michigan. Ryan Grant made a kid’s last days special. James Starks is from one of the most crime-ridden communities in the US and is now an inspirational role model. Donald Driver. To name a few. Former Packers take out ads in the Green Bay Gazette to thank the fans.

    It’s not perfect but it’s pretty good.

    ===============================
    Way to prove Cusomans point for him idiot.

    Green- Domestic
    Underwood – Domestic
    Several Hiring prostitutes in the Dells
    Jolly- Codeine freak
    Chumura- sex with a 17 year old
    Looked the other way during the Favre years- only to vilify later when he had the temerity to want to keep playing
    I could go on and on.

    You done whitewashing the fence there Tom?

  42. voiceofrealism says: Oct 17, 2011 8:54 PM

    If Hawk gets another sack and then holds up two fingers, a lot of people got upset over nothing, didn’t they?

  43. packfaninvikeland says: Oct 17, 2011 8:55 PM

    I am a pack fan, fine his ass for sure, I dont know what was more stupid on sunday.. Shields trying to run a interception out of the endzone and getting a concussion, or AJ’s classless middle finger.

  44. dngoins says: Oct 17, 2011 9:01 PM

    Is it possible to take another look at this…?

    I’m sure he wasn’t flipping off someone in the stands… for that would be too evil, and no Green Bay Packer would ever do this, because it would taint the media’s impression of Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay packers.

    So let’s just make up something, oh yeah it’s an inside joke….

    Man up, if you flipped off a teammate, opponent, or fan be real about it, wimp…

    Appologize.

  45. Deb says: Oct 17, 2011 9:11 PM

    Good for Charles! Obviously Hawk came up with that bit about the inside joke to try and make himself look like less of a jerk. I respect Woodson for refusing to play along with stupid.

  46. tonymontana45 says: Oct 17, 2011 9:24 PM

    bengalsfan513 says:
    Oct 17, 2011 6:19 PM
    This guy should be suspended

    There are children that watch these games and this fool should be made an example of

    Then shouldn’t 3/4 of the bengals be suspended for the crimes they commit? Children watch these games and these criminals should be made an example of

  47. wozzmann1955 says: Oct 17, 2011 9:25 PM

    Has anyone even thought about the possibility this is AJ’s celebration dance after a sack?

  48. minnysoda says: Oct 17, 2011 9:46 PM

    Hey Charles let’s see you back a failure as a President even though he roots against you. You back a bunch of Jerk protesters you don’t know. Yet you don’t back a teammate? Hey I have a joke for you can you see

  49. theysone says: Oct 17, 2011 9:53 PM

    Jim Schwartz said he’s flabbergasted and didn’t expect to hear AJ yell an obscenity while flipping him off, leaving an upper decker at Schwartz’s house and shoving him.

  50. oxycode30 says: Oct 17, 2011 10:08 PM

    He was obviously showing us how many championships the Packers will win while he’s a member of the team.

  51. comeonnowguys says: Oct 17, 2011 10:15 PM

    packfaninchitown says:

    Oct 17, 2011 7:24 PM
    A.J.’s response:

    “Sometimes you forget that it’s on TV. I definitely want to apologize to anyone whose kids were watching and got offended or anything. I understand. I’m sorry that got out there.”

    Please try to un-ruffle your delicate feathers now…

    Sometimes you forget you’re on TV? With the field mics? The cameras on the sidelines? With all the long TV timeouts? And who exactly are all the sack dances for?

    Come on, it’s crap.

  52. binkystevens says: Oct 17, 2011 10:22 PM

    Oh heavens, please assure me that the children didn’t see this man point his middle finger in the air! Oh, the humanity!

    And this, after a certain wardrobe malfunction exposed a woman’s breast on national tv for a split second in the Super Bowl a few years back? What are we supposed to tell the children when they’re exposed to such indecencies?

    Seriously, this is such a non-issue that I’m disappointed in myself for posting here. Since when are we so buttoned-up as a society?

  53. mepackerfan says: Oct 17, 2011 10:27 PM

    Thanks for pointing this out, teal379. I couldn’t understand the joke and why he did it.

    What joke ???? and what was all about???? I didn’t get it either .

    I was upset and didn’t want people to get a bad taste of Packers…. I am big fan of packers…. and they do showed a lot of class acts.

    To A.J. I think that I understand why this happened. It was a darned good tackle !!!

    And, I would have done the same thing to my teammate. This all makes sense now.

    Now, I can close my puzzle case.

  54. Deb says: Oct 17, 2011 10:34 PM

    minnysoda says:

    Hey Charles let’s see you back a failure as a President even though he roots against you. You back a bunch of Jerk protesters you don’t know. Yet you don’t back a teammate? Hey I have a joke for you can you see
    ————————————————-
    Charles Woodson’s personal political views have nothing to do with what happened during the football game. This is a football blog. Go find a political blog and give the rest of us a break. :roll:

  55. marcinhouston says: Oct 17, 2011 10:51 PM

    Woodson’s running joke is punching opposing players after the play on nationally televised games and only getting fined 10k because the commish has a man crush on Green Bay, then watching the commish fine their AFC opponent in the last superbowl 50-75k for every other debatable hit.

  56. harleypuppy says: Oct 17, 2011 10:51 PM

    If the Packers were not the Super Bowl Champs this would have been dismissed as a JOKE but since they are the media has to make a big deal about it go cover something meaningful.

  57. scudbot says: Oct 17, 2011 11:04 PM

    paulharghis,
    Underwood: Not charged, gone anyway.
    Chmura: On April 8, 2000 Chmura was accused of having sex at a Waukesha Catholic Memorial High School party with the then 17-year-old babysitter of his children. Chmura was tried but found not guilty of all charges. Chmura was released by the Packers in 2000.
    Jolly, tragic. Wish he didn’t have a monkey on his back. Not on the roster.

    That’s all you’ve got out of hundreds of players who have rolled through Green Bay in a decade+?

    You really want to go back to 2000, Hargis? I mean, Love Boat etc.

    Bitter, bitter, bitter. It’s understandable. Enjoy your season.

  58. cusoman says: Oct 17, 2011 11:20 PM

    @scudbot

    All I have to say is when the inevitable happens and one of your guys gets in trouble off the field, I’ll be right here saying “I told you so”.

    Oh and I don’t need citations, all you have to do is look at pretty much any Packer post on this site and the comments are rife with holier than thou statements that while have total base in the game of football (your team is great, I’d be an idiot to deny that), are baseless outside the game when you have no idea how these guys conduct themselves all the time.

  59. packchampxlv says: Oct 17, 2011 11:47 PM

    My favorite inside joke is the one where the Packers are 6-0.

  60. hawksnest1 says: Oct 18, 2011 12:43 AM

    superbowl

  61. jjpack says: Oct 18, 2011 1:06 AM

    All these comments about “what a bad guy AJ must be” are a load of crap – just because a guy made a mistake. You yahoos are living with your heads in the sand and you need to need to wake up to reality to what is important – WAKE UP PEOPLE – this is the world we live in and if you lived either on the east coast or west coast you wouldn’t even think twice about this – my kids see worse in the first hour of school every day then the one finger salute!

    I would be proud if my kids had the work ethic the AJ Hawk has – For those that don’t know (obviously most of you) AJ starts his day between 4:30-5:00am to work out in the gym 365 days a year! Can you do that? He is one of the the most dedicated football players to his profession as there is!

    So go ahead all you yahoos and throw him under the bus because of a 1 sec screen shot on TV that I had to even rewind to see if he did that – All you holier then thou’s make me sick!

  62. truthserum4u says: Oct 18, 2011 1:56 AM

    It appears he didn’t flip it at anyone associated with the opposing team, the fans, the refs or the camera. It looks like he indeed is sending a message (joke or not, it really doesn’t make a difference) to his own team. It was stupid, immature and tasteless, but he’s apologized and I’m sure the league will be asking for a donation from him.

    For those with young kids, once he’s fined you can use that to demonstrate such behavior is wrong and has consequences. Can we all move along then?

  63. acmepacker says: Oct 18, 2011 8:36 AM

    To all you posters who are worried about the trauma to their poor children:
    While they are watching a game they see closeups of coaches or players clearly mouthing words you tell your children not to use, players doing some stupid chicken strut and beating their chest because they DELIBERATELY put some serious hurt on someone, half clad women bending forward in front of the cameras shaking their pom-poms, TV coverage of drunken boobs acting like fools, and we could go on and on and on. Now comes a one fingered salute that’s going to scar them for life? I’m not complaining about these acts because I’m watching too, but spare me the “poor children” routine.

  64. atthemurph says: Oct 18, 2011 8:37 AM

    paulharghis says:
    Way to prove Cusomans point for him idiot.

    Green- Bitchy wife
    Underwood – took back neclace given to players wives that his ex was trying to steal
    One Hiring prostitutes in the Dells
    Jolly- Codeine freak
    Chumura- drunk at HS party (I know the family and there wasn’t any “sex with a 17 yr old”
    Looked the other way during the Favre years – at what? He partied, stayed out, picked up women….so what?
    only to vilify later when he backstepped and tried to put the team in a bad situation after he hung them up. No player or ex-player is above the Green Bay Packers.

    I could go on and on (then you should!)

    You done whitewashing the fence there Tom?
    ——————————————————-

    I fixed it for you.

    No team is full of angels and no one has said the Green Bay Packers are without sinners. They’ve had plenty but the culture of the team and the types of players they try to get are quality people who can also play football. They work hard at trying but like anything else aren’t always successful.

    You sould an awful ot like a bitchy vikings fan with a terrible case of NFL team envy. I can’t imagine you’re a bears fan because they at least get it.

  65. Derty Ernie says: Oct 18, 2011 8:56 AM

    Me thinks the joke may have been that Hawk has not had a sack in like 40 years and maybe was being chided about that so when he finally got one he gave the person who was chiding him the bird?
    Not a Hawk fan. He always seems to be late to the action and the third one on the pile. I know he is never there to stop a running play. Wish the pack would have dumped him two years ago for a real quality DB.
    If it wasn’t for Mathews stellar play, Hawks poor play would stand out more.

  66. orangeflh says: Oct 18, 2011 9:19 AM

    atthemurph said-

    “You sould an awful ot like a bitchy vikings fan with a terrible case of NFL team envy. I can’t imagine you’re a bears fan because they at least get it.”

    —————————————————-

    Best post I’ve seen lately, and right on the mark.

  67. boothisman says: Oct 18, 2011 9:21 AM

    The big goof flicked off the wrong sideline, and he’s trying to spin it so he doesn’t seem quite so dumb.

  68. MossMoon2Packers says: Oct 18, 2011 9:21 AM

    I find it ironic (and highly amusing) that the same Packers fans who were appalled by Randy Moss fake-mooning them are now so blase about Hawk’s middle-finger salute. Hypocrisy, thy name is a Packers fan.

  69. billh1947 says: Oct 18, 2011 9:39 AM

    Could be the most expensive stupid joke of his life,says he forgot about the cameras all over the stadium,what a duffus,its a stage dummy and you are one of the actors,of course you will be on camera all day,you aint much but you are the best they can come up with so leave that finger around the ball carrier as you tackle him.

  70. sportsdrenched.com says: Oct 18, 2011 9:50 AM

    I love that we have this sport, a sport where each play is reckless abandon violence….yet we’re outraged when two coaches get into it, and someone flips the bird, or any other instance in which someone shows emotion. (Then we’ll complain that every one is too corporate these days, and we’ll wonder why)

    Might want to go watch something else if that stuff offends you.

    Besides, I know my freinds and I aren’t the only group of guys that endearingly rags on each other when we get togther. It’s entirely beleivable to be that it was an inside joke. I’ve been apart of similar inside jokes.

  71. vadog says: Oct 18, 2011 9:52 AM

    Goddell should order an amputation of that offending finger…right after he orders an amputation of Big Ben’s Little Ben!!

  72. comeonnowguys says: Oct 18, 2011 10:54 AM

    People let the their emotions get the best of them and do dumb stuff all the time.

    My only problems are that he were playing for any other team, I’d suspect Packer fans would be using it as a holier-than-thou point. Instead, that “no big deal” card is pretty easy to play when it’s your favorite team in question.

    And the “think of the children” crowd? Really? Grown men colliding violently at high speeds in a game soaked with wartime metaphors, and you have a problem with a single misguided gesture?

  73. cvhoyt says: Oct 18, 2011 12:46 PM

    While I think it was quite immature of Hawk to flip the bird knowing the cameras are rolling all the time during an NFL game, I think it’s being blown a little out of proportion here. As I dad watching the game with his kids I am much more offended at the barrage of Cialis commercials that the brief moment of a middle finger being flashed. So if the NFL and the networks want to climb aboard the sanctimonious high moral horse here, then so be it, fine AJ Hawk, but get rid of those Cialis commercials for once and all. Be consistent at least.

  74. packfaninchitown says: Oct 18, 2011 1:12 PM

    My only problems are that he were playing for any other team, I’d suspect Packer fans would be using it as a holier-than-thou point. Instead, that “no big deal” card is pretty easy to play when it’s your favorite team in question.
    ________________________
    The man is flipping his buddies the bird, this would be a “no big deal” on ANY team.

    All these “ZOMG he flipped the bird!” puritans need to get over it and go back to protesting soldier’s funerals…

  75. paulharghis says: Oct 18, 2011 6:09 PM

    atthemurph says:
    Oct 18, 2011 8:37 AM
    paulharghis says:
    Way to prove Cusomans point for him idiot.

    Green- Bitchy wife
    Underwood – took back neclace given to players wives that his ex was trying to steal
    One Hiring prostitutes in the Dells
    Jolly- Codeine freak
    Chumura- drunk at HS party (I know the family and there wasn’t any “sex with a 17 yr old”
    Looked the other way during the Favre years – at what? He partied, stayed out, picked up women….so what?
    only to vilify later when he backstepped and tried to put the team in a bad situation after he hung them up. No player or ex-player is above the Green Bay Packers.

    I could go on and on (then you should!)

    You done whitewashing the fence there Tom?
    ===============================
    Bitchy wife? Really?! Are you that freaking ignorant? You justify punching a woman cause shes”bitchy”? What a lowlife.

    He was also busted for another domestic- again, married- girlfreind? Wow, classy guy.
    What did Chewy even put himself in that position for? Who cares if you know the family( I rather doubt that) .

    You see, on Favre, you proved what hypocrites you Packer fans are. It’s ok when he’s your QB, you look the other way and thats just Brett being a good ol boy. He moves on and now it’s fair game? Uck. Idiotic reasoning, but typical.

    I should go on? Ok I will:
    Havner -DUI
    Barnett – Battery
    Carrol- assualt on a cop
    Green 2 domestics
    Joe Johnson- 2 pot busts
    Rivera DUI

    Drafted Davenport after he was busted for crapping in a hamper.
    Oh, and that great person Woodson?
    He has a DUI and a drunk in public to his saintly credit.
    But the Pack only brings upstanding citizens as FA’s , right?
    Plus, we can’t forget the Aunteater. My God, sleeping with your own relatives?

    Also, this wan’t about the Vikings transgressions. This about the you Packer fans saying your team is holier than thou and defending to the teeth what you know is wrong.
    Pathetic excuses for bad behavior that you crucify players on other teams for.
    Hypocrites, but we all knew that already.

    The Packer bus will crash before the Super Bowl-count on it.

  76. calloustongue says: Oct 19, 2011 10:56 AM

    Funny how none of those players are with this team anymore. Funny how you failed to make a point, again. Funny your team is 1-5 and you have nothing to say about football…Funny Paul Hargis, like a clown.

  77. calloustongue says: Oct 19, 2011 11:00 AM

    Woodson, the lone exception, was busted for drunk in public as a Raider in ’04. He was sleeping in the back of his car, not driving. Don’t let facts get in your way of your failed argument. How many millions have you donated to hospitals chump?

  78. pjl3489 says: Oct 19, 2011 1:01 PM

    My impression (although I haven’t seen Hawk’s statistics to confirm this) was that he hadn’t gotten a sack in a while so some of Hawk’s teammates had been giving him the business. The middle-finger salute, to me, came off as “Forget you, guys. There’s my sack, jerks (though not in language so eloquent”.

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