Delvin Breaux set to visit Packers, 49ers

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Cornerback Delvin Breaux has taken a couple of visits since the start of free agency without landing a deal and he has a couple of more slated for the near future.

Breaux told Mike Triplett of ESPN.com that he has set up meetings with the Packers and 49ers. Breaux was not tendered by the Saints as a restricted free agent and has already met with the Broncos and Patriots this month.

The Packers have brought back veteran Tramon Williams as a free agent while trading Damarious Randall to the Browns. Davon House remains a free agent after starting 12 games last season.

Several 49ers cornerbacks from last year’s roster are free agents and the team signed Richard Sherman shortly after he was released by the Seahawks.

Breaux started all 16 games for the Saints in 2015, but missed 10 games in 2016 and all of last season with injuries.

18 responses to “Delvin Breaux set to visit Packers, 49ers

  1. @bondlake

    Not a pack fan- Ted Thompson was not great in his last few years but he drafted Aaron Rodgers and won a SB. Not the worst gm in football by a long shot. He’s gone, Get over it

  2. Notnow says:
    March 25, 2018 at 10:48 am
    @bondlake

    Not a pack fan- Ted Thompson was not great in his last few years but he drafted Aaron Rodgers and won a SB. Not the worst gm in football by a long shot. He’s gone, Get over it
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    Don’t give Thompson credit for “drafting Aaron Rodgers.” They had no intentions of drafting Rodgers that year, but he fell that far in the draft that he landed Thompson’s lap.

  3. slippery59 says:
    March 25, 2018 at 11:05 am
    Don’t give Thompson credit for “drafting Aaron Rodgers.” They had no intentions of drafting Rodgers that year, but he fell that far in the draft that he landed Thompson’s lap.
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    I would give Thompson all the credit for drafting Aaron Rodgers, specifically because he fell so far in the draft. Nobody else felt Rodgers was worth it, and they all passed on him. Experts all. A lot of them. Thompson was not afraid to follow his own instincts.

    Thompson pulled the trigger. Rodgers benefitted from being trained and guided by the same coaches that turned Favre into a HOF quarterback. None of it was by accident.

  4. Yes Ted was really goofy in the couple of years but the man could spot talent .. Yes he let Hayward Hyde Lang Sitton and other walk .. But he found numerous all pro talent.. As packer fans get over it move forward . thankfully the new regime is not stupid enough to listen to the packer fans social media base and pay guys like Malcolm Butler, Johnson, and other CB hall of fame money when they are average players.

  5. Don’t give Thompson credit for “drafting Aaron Rodgers.” They had no intentions of drafting Rodgers that year, but he fell that far in the draft that he landed Thompson’s lap.

    This is incredible revisionism considering all the amateur draft experts who criticized Thompson for taking a QB in the first round that year when they had Favre and a lot of pressing needs elsewhere (they finished 4-12 the year they drafted A-Rod).

    Now the TT bashers act like it was a no-brainer. Laughable and pathetic.

  6. Nobody else felt Rodgers was worth it, and they all passed on him.
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    There are reason other than football Rodgers fell so far back then and I absolutely give credit to Green Bay for drafting Rodgers when they did.

  7. Viking fans like cheeseisfattening block out of their memories that Rodgers won a Super Bowl and that the Vikings defense had an epic collapse worse than any Packers defense in the championship game, but keep commenting on Packer sites I find it amusing , sad but amusing.

  8. Like moths to a bright light, the Viking trolls show up on Packer stories. Notice they aren’t critiqueing Eagles stories? Shouldn’t that be one of their return-trip concerns? Nope. That’s because their innate fear remains to be the Packers. They lack confidence to look beyond the Rodgers-less “SuperBowl” they won against the Packers.

  9. cheeseisfattening says:
    March 25, 2018 at 3:11 pm
    There are reason other than football Rodgers fell so far back then and I absolutely give credit to Green Bay for drafting Rodgers when they did.
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    More wishful thinking………while lying on your back……….staring at the Rodgers poster on the ceiling above your bed.

  10. worse than any Packers defense in the championship game

    Um, just the last NFC Championship game in Atlanta ring a bell?

  11. lp5710 says:
    March 25, 2018 at 3:42 pm
    …..the Vikings defense had an epic collapse worse than any Packers …..
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    4th and 26, Favre int vs giants, 15-1, Kapernick running wild twice, Fitzgerald, Atlanta, the 2014 NFC Choke-ionship,

    You need to get out more.

  12. The Vikings collapse is worse if you listen to Vikings fans in the comment section of Green Bay stories on PFT, their defense is supposed to be “elite” and the Green Bay defense is supposed to be awful anyways. The Packers defense has been bad in recent years, they have finally moved on from Dom, hoping Pettine can turn it around where a bad performance can be considered a collapse instead of normal.

  13. The Vikings were favored on the road, had a Pro-Bowl caliber season-long performance from their red-headed stepchild quarterback, the No. 1 “vaunted” defense, and they were exposed. Big. By far, by any measurement, an epic collapse.

    Their one saving grace is the fluky-lucky win against the better Saints, which prevented the Vikings from adding to their all-time NFL record for one-and-done postseason appearances.

    I guess they got that goin’ for ’em.

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