2015 Draft

Brett Hundley Engages Afterburners in Pre-Season

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When the Packers drafted Brett Hundley, I was thrilled. Most were dumbfounded that Thompson would go after a QB but I loved the pick. Still, I figured he would be a work in progress. I expected that he would sit behind Aaron Rodgers while he developed into a quality quarterback. Brett, on the other hand, decided that he was too impatient for the long approach and decided to impress right out of the gates. (more…)

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Rodgers: Will He or Won’t He

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Tomorrow night's game is one that a lot of Packers players are looking forward to. For young players trying to cement a spot on the team, this game is critical and their opportunities will abound. For veteran starters looking to fine-tune and tweak their game, the reps will be more limited but still important to hit the ground running come September 13th. One veteran starter in partcular has been the subject of a lot of speculation as to whether or not he will play at all. (more…)

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Thursday Can’t Come Soon Enough

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Thursday night slates the Packers against the Patriots in a preseason game to which the Packers will have to travel. The preseason is important and risky in that while nobody wants to see any player injured, the coaching staff has to have tape on the young players to help make decisions and move forward with roster cuts. For my part, I just want to see these guys get on the field and start to get a sense of how good this team can be. The Patriots will be a good test when (as limited as it may be) the ones…

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3 Takeaways From Family Night

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Family Night has once again come and gone and the 2015 season draws ever closer. While the scrimmage is no longer, the Family Night practice gives Packernation a chance to see the team take the field at Lambeau and run through some drills, put a ball in a basket from 45 yards, and make a Lambeau Leap or six. But Family Night was serious business for us here at GPN, because we got to watch the development of some players we've had our eyes on. Here are three takeaways from the practice. (more…)

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