Best Beards in Free Agency

I know timid Ted Thompson isn't one to venture into free agency but I think this is the year he has to make some moves. There are some great beards on the market that could put the Packers over the top and bring home a record 14th world championship.

Beard Free Agents - Ryan Fitzpatrick

Ryan Fitzpatrick

Quarterback

Sure, I know we're pretty set at the Quarterback position but Ryan would be a great addition. He would be a nice insurance policy and could even mentor Aaron on growing a beard.

Beard Free Agents - Charlie Whitehurst

Charlie Whitehurst

Quarterback

First off, Charlie was born in Green Bay. Second, he looks like Jesus. That's gotta be a good sign.

LeGarrette Blount

Running Back

Greta beard and could be Eddie Lacy's chubby buddy

Bernard Pierce

Running Back

Bernard has some off the field issues after being arrested for DUI last march. At least if he comes to Wisconsin, he doesn't have to worry about being surrounded by alcohol everywhere he goes

Dan Herron

Running Back

He has a young beard with some real promise. His nickname is 'Boom'... I think because his dad is one of the Outhere Brothers

Nick Toon

Wide Receiver

Another great beard born right here in the dairy state. Come on home, Nick.

Nate Washington

Wide Receiver

Nate is a cagey ole vet whose beard could bring a lot of experience to the Packers' locker room. I believe he is also the only player from Tiffin College to make the list.... or the NFL.... Ever.

Richard Gordon

Tight End

Holy shit! Who shat in his Cheerios?

Logan Paulsen

Tight End

A little ginger beard to replace Masthay after he is undoubtedly cut later this off-season.

Ladarius Green

Tight End

He would have everyone in the stands looking and saying, "Wow! Nice tight end!".

Cordy Glenn

Tackle

We need a Cordy just like we needed a Tootie back in the day

Mike McGlynn

Tackle

Mike has played for 6 teams since entering the league in 2008 so he's been around the block, but then again so has his sister* (*I don't know if that's true)

Donald Penn

Tackle

His beard may not look like much but think how much real estate it has to cover

Chris Chester

Tackle

First, AMAZING BEARD! I don't know if he would fit in though as he appears to be in his mid 50's in this picture

Joe Looney

Guard

Here is Joe crushing an invisible Keystone Light 24 ounce can

Brandon Mosley

Guard

This may be a reach but the offensive line can also use an extra beard

Tim Barnes

Center

That is a face made for Wisconsin winters

Robert Ayers

Defensive End

A former first round pick with a current first round beard

Adrian Clayborn

Defensive End

Another first round pick. He looks like he would prefer playing in Denver or Seattle if you catch my drift

Junior Galette

Defensive End

His beard's name is Señor Galette

George Selvie

Defensive End

His sack name could be the "Selvie Stick"

Frank Kearse

Quarterback

He was drafted by Miami, got cut by a bunch of teams and last played for the Redskins... so at least he's living up to his name

Tony McDaniel

Defensive Tackle

He was on the Seahawks team that defeated the Packers in the 2015 NFC Championship game... probably because of his beard

Haloti Ngata

Defensive Tackle

The Lions hadn't won in Wisconsin in 24 years then Ngata joins them and they win in his first year. That's not a coincidence.

Zach Brown

Linebacker

He doesn't have a band that I am aware of

Demario Davis

Linebacker

Already has a better beard than Nate Palmer

Dane Fletcher

Linebacker

According to the Wikipedia, his parents own a bar and grill. I like him already

Spencer Paysinger

Linebacker

He's not a guy that will show up in the stat sheets but his beard commands respect

Anthony Spencer

Linebacker

He spent the majority of his career with the Cowboys so he may enjoy going to a team that actually wins

Charles Tillman

Cornerback

The last time we signed a former Bears defensive player in their 30's with a great beard it worked out pretty well

Quintin Demps

Safety

Imagine a Quintin and Quinten on the same defense, both with amazing beards

Michael Griffin

Safety

He was a good player on a terrible team, which is kind of like being the best accordion player in a band

Danny McCray

Safety

He spent his whole career with the Bears and Cowboys... poor guy

Eric Weddle

Safety

Not only is he a great player but he has one of the top 5 beards in the NFL