Packers Say Character Matters

Though Green Bay has been impressed with his play on the field, it's his actions away from the game that give cause for concern.
A 2006 shooting incident, coupled with an assault accusation from an ex-girlfriend were several reasons why the packers interviewed lynch twice, assessing whether he posed a character risk.
Packers General Manager, Ted Thompson says there are some athletes in this year's pool who aren't worth the risk, and each player must be considered on a team-by-team basis.

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