Veteran inside linebacker Desmond Bishop may be on his way out with the Green Bay Packers. The 28 year old finally earned a starting job in 2011 and played well before tearing his hamstring in the pre-season opener last year, requiring reattachment surgery. Bishop hasn't practiced with the team so far this spring. Due 3.9 million dollars in 2013, the Packers are reportedly trying to restructure his contract for work a trade and if neither can be accomplished, Bishop may get waived. A.J. Hawk and newly re-signed Brad Jones are expected to start the season at inside linebacker. Robert Francois returned with a new deal this off-season and last year's draft pick Terrell Manning are in the running for the backup jobs.
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