The shock of Sunday's 37-20 loss at the hands of the New York Giants at Lambeau Field was still lingering Monday morning.
"I don't think I'll ever watch the tape (of the game)." said wide receiver James Jones.
A major storyline heading into the offseason is the future of the Packers all-time leading receiver, Donald Driver, who is under contract for next season, but will turn 37 in February. Driver says he has no plans to retire, and that his return to the Packers is up to the team. Driver indicated he would play elsewhere if the Packers release him.
Packers safety Nick Collins was also in the locker room on Monday. Collins suffered a season-ending and career-threatening neck injury on September 18th in a game against the Carolina Panthers. Collins said he will make a decision soon on whether or not to retire from football, after consulting doctors and his family.