Greg Jennings, clearly feeling the freezing weather, said “the fans deserved” the Super Bowl win and described the receiving corps’ trip to Jordy Nelson’s farm, where “strange things” happened — talk about raising more questions than you answer! Jennings also insisted on James Jones being included onstage.
Longtime Packers WR Donad Driver got the biggest cheer of the night so far while walking around with protective gear on his foot. Blowing kisses to the crowd, he said the Lombardi Trophy was now home.
Nelson answered a question about how it feels to be a Super Bowl champion while wearing a purple and yellow hoodie and beanie, ordinarily a no-no in Lambeau Field.
Offensive line representative Scott Wells talked about his lack of sleep and how handsome centers tend to be.
Touchdown specialist John Kuhn sounds like the team’s most likely future politician, emphatically proclaiming the team’s blue-collar nature.
Before the offense took the stage, special teamers got some love. Best moment: Jarrett Bush said, “I tip my hat” to Packers special teams teammates, but did not in fact remove his huge black, green, and yellow beanie.
Also, Mason Crosby claimed the team imported Green Bay weather down to Dallas and then nerded out on some kicker jargon, critiquing himself for compressing the Super Bowl’s opening kickoff.