Bengals signing former Packers LB A.J. Hawk.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "The Green Bay Packers appear bound and determined to improve at inside linebacker with different players next season. Nevertheless, it would be incorrect to think that A.J. Hawk is totally out of the picture. A source familiar with the situation said the team left the door open for his..." March 05
Pro Football Talk "Packers linebacker A.J. Hawk got a note from the league this week and it wasn’t wishing him good luck in the playoffs. PFT has confirmed with the league that Hawk has been fined $15,750 for striking a defenseless receiver with the crown of his helmet during the Packers’ 33-28 victory over the..." January 04
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Pay cuts are a sensitive subject. Every off-season proud veterans are asked to take less money or promptly shown the door. Such a conversation is so often perceived as a slap in the face insulting. Yet A.J. Hawk never felt that way when the Green Bay Packers approached him. "I think it's..." August 03
PackersNews.com "A.J. Hawk knows what everyone else does. Whether that day is today, tomorrow or sometime before the 2013 season, the Green Bay Packers are going to make Aaron Rodgers the highest-paid player in NFL history. When it happens, the Packers veteran linebacker believes the the MVP quarterback will..." April 12
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "As cerebral as they come on the football field, linebacker A.J. Hawk of the Green Bay Packers proved equally astute last week at the bargaining table. Facing possible release if his answer to an enormous pay cut was no, Hawk agreed to what he presumably regarded as a palatable alternative..." March 19
Miami Herald "Searching for salary-cap space to extend their two best players, the Green Bay Packers haven't approached the agent for linebacker A.J. Hawk about a pay cut but probably will do so before long. Mike McCartney, the longtime agent for Hawk, said he planned to discuss that looming possibility in a..." February 26
PackersNews.com "With their carryover from last year’s salary cap, the Green Bay Packers have about $7 million in cap space for the 2013 season. But that number will increase over the next few weeks and perhaps more than triple, depending on general manager Ted Thompson’s roster moves before the start of free..." February 12