Packers looking for bargains
The Green Bay Packers treat the early days of free agency the way most people treat a stroll through Barney's or Saks Fifth Avenue. They like to pet all the silky fabrics, admire the fancy designs and imagine how much better they would look with an addition to their wardrobe. Then they see the price tag, try not to spit out their coffee and start looking for a bargain rack somewhere else. Just as it always has been under general manager Ted Thompson, the Packers have been flipping a price tag or two on various players during the three-day negotiating period that precedes the 3 p.m. start of free agency Tuesday. And just like always, they never get much past the door before turning ...