Desmond Bishop

Washington Football Team Linebacker

  • Born: 07/24/84
  • Age: 37
  • Height: 6'2"
  • Weight: 244
  • Seasons: 2007

What if the Packers had drafted one pick earlier?

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Several times over the past decade-plus, the Packers missed out on a tremendous player by one selection. The most painful of these came in 1996, about nine months before Green Bay’s Super Bowl XXXI...

Packers options, intentions at LB taking shape amid free agency & draft news

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Between bursting contract numbers, a draft class dealing with injuries, Green Bay picked a tough offseason to need a linebacker. They’ll have no shortage of options, but it will not come without...

Packers GM Brian Gutekunst appears focused on linebacker & offensive weapons in 2020

It was easy to see that the Packers needed to improve the talent pool at these positions, and the GM acknowledged as much in his Friday press conference.

Wednesday Walkthroughs: APC’s biggest NFL Draft scouting misses

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Everybody blows it on certain player evaluations. This week, we’re confessing to some of our biggest missed calls on draft prospects.

Packers officially assign jersey numbers to 2019 free agent acquisitions

One player gets a former NFL number, while another goes back to the digits he wore in college.

Anthony Barr is the kind of underutilized, high-upside play the Packers should consider

His linebacker skills alone would be worth a high price tag, but add in his athletic traits as a pass rusher and former UCLA standout Anthony Barr could be a star in Mike Pettine’s defense.

Packers 2019 Mock Draft: ESPN’s Todd McShay projects an off-ball linebacker at 12

But an off-ball linebacker at 12 when there are several top pass-rushers still available? That seems unlikely.

History says to temper expectations for Packers’ day-three draft picks

Despite some high-pedigree players and big names, don’t expect major contributions for Green Bay’s mid-round draftees.

Despite heavy investment, Packers’ defense lacks an identity

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Dom Capers’ defense in Green Bay has talent, they just don’t know who they are.

TC preview: 2016's inside linebackers return mostly unchanged

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Jake Ryan leads a unit that remains unremarkable on paper.

Minnesota Vikings By The Numbers: #59

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A couple of old school linebackers highlight this number

Draft Pick History: Recent #29 picks have had mixed results

Let’s see what recent history and other Packers connections we can find around the 29th overall draft pick.