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Now that the June 1 cut down date has come and gone (and Tim Couch was not released) the Packers and Browns have resumed trade talks concerning the quarterback. The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports that the two sides spoke again on Tuesday following a recent lull in the negotiations. As of late Tuesday night, however, Packers vice president of player finance Andrew Brandt told the paper that it was difficult to predict whether a deal could be worked out soon.
The Browns want a draft pick, the Packers want a two-year contract, and Couch wants a one-year deal. Green Bay is starting another minicamp this week and would love to get something done in time for Couch to take part in some of their workouts so that he could get a head start on training camp. Perhaps they will give some ground in order to hasten the process. We'll keep you posted.