Former Packers linebacker Za'Darius Smith said team made him feel like 'a no person' remaining year GREEN BAY, Wis. — Former Green 

Bay Packers out of doors linebacker Za’Darius Smith didn’t communicate to journalists all final season and selected no longer to share plenty on 

social media approximately his harm-marred 2021 season. But in an interview with Go Long, a football website created 

with the aid of former Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter Tyler Dunne, Smith blasted the Packers for how they dealt with him ultimate 12 

 months and said a benefit of signing a cope with the Minnesota Vikings after you have cut in March became a chance to stand the Packers this season.

“I played twelve months of excessive faculty football,” Smith advised Dunne. “For me to be in which I’m at today, that’s how you know

 I love the game. I placed my all into it. That’s why I felt the manner I did with Green Bay — I gave that (expletive) my all. I positioned my blood, sweat 

 I put my lower back at the (expletive) line. I put the whole lot. And that Year 3, I turned into dealt with terrible. That’s why I’m right here now. So,

 I can play them two times a yr.” NFL 2022 SEASON PREDICTIONS:Super Bowl fifty seven, playoffs, MVP and different awards

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