Paulus Works Out For Packers, Gets Dunked On

Former Duke guard Greg Paulus played quarterback in high school. If this is the first time you’ve heard that fact, then you either haven’t watched a Duke game on ESPN over the past four years or muted your television every time you did. According to [insert name of every play-by-play man who covered one of his Duke games], Paulus’ All-American QB skills are the reason why he was such an outstanding point guard -- they’re the same exact position! ↵

↵Of course, he was benched his senior season in favor of a freshman, which probably doesn’t bode well for his NFL quarterbacking hopes. Nevertheless, he worked out for the Packers yesterday. Paulus immediately drew three roughing the passer calls before running into the endzone, slapping the grass twice and then having this happen to him: ↵

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↵Yep, they brought in Tony Gonzalez just to dunk on Paulus. You know, on second thought, maybe his college basketball talents will translate perfectly to the gridiron. ↵

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This post originally appeared on the Sporting Blog. For more, see The Sporting Blog Archives.

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