Catching Up With...Jason Spitz

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When the Packers selected G/C Jason Spitz in the third round of this year's NFL Draft, not only were the Packers happy with their pick, but Spitz's former opponents in the Big East Conference also breathed a sigh of relief.

In his senior season at Louisville, Spitz registered 81 key blocks with 13 of those resulting in touchdowns. Spitz went on to receive first-team All Big-East honors and helped the Cardinals rank ninth nationally in total offense.

Spitz also is known for his strength in the weight room as he proved this rumor to be fact by bench pressing 225 pounds 25 times and squatting 585 pounds at his NFL workout in Louisville.

Packers.com recently sat down with one of the newest members of the Packers offensive line to see if he could handle the weight of some of our random questions.

Packers.com: Who is the greatest musician of all time?

Spitz: That would have to be without a doubt the greatest, wonderboy...Jack Black.

If you were trapped on a desert island and could have only three things, what would they be?

Well let's see, either a boat, a plane or something to get the heck out of there. Two, I would have to have some water, and well, let me think about it. You know what, I really don't know.

What is your favorite book?

Behold A Pale Horse.

Who is your funniest teammate?

Well, first and foremost I would have to say myself and secondly, um yea, I would have to say myself again. I'm a pretty funny guy.

What is your favorite restaurant in Green Bay?

I've got some early favorites but I don't want to answer that question just yet because I haven't been everywhere.

Who is the person you most admired growing up?

My father, without a doubt.

What is the best vacation you have taken?

Oh man, that would have to be when I went to Las Vegas on spring break. It was probably the greatest time of my life. No, wait a second. Rewind that. It was a vacation when I was in middle school. My family went to Maine and we had $9.99 lobster dinners. You couldn't beat that. Tony Moll (seated at the next locker): That was spoken like a true, fat offensive linemen.

If you could spend time with anyone in the world, who would it be?

Well, it would definitely would not be Tony Moll. That's a tough one. I'd have to go with Bill Gates.

What do you think is the best NFL city?

GREEN BAY!!!! Green Bay, are you kidding me? I'll say that every time! This city is great!

If you worked in a different profession, what would it be?

You know, I think I would be involved in a certain aspect of finance or marketing.

What is your favorite pair of shoes you've ever had?

Oh, I had the best pair of felt, burgundy Vans. They were great.

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