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Releasing Bishop Stands in Contrast to Focus

LB Desmond Bishop (Tom Hauck/Getty)

The Packers are trying to force more fumbles and Desmond Bishop and Charles Woodson were two of the best on the team. Thus, a report of Bishop's possible release makes little sense, beyond dollars and cents.

The Green Bay Packers are considering releasing standout inside linebacker Desmond Bishop, according to ESPN Milwaukee's Jason Wilde. The Packers tried to deal Bishop before Day 3 of April's draft, a source told Packer Report at the time, with the Bears, Saints and Giants among the teams interested. Nothing happened then and almost nothing has happened since, with Bishop being held out of all of...

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