Reggie Gilbert got the attention of Packers head coach Mike McCarthy during rookie orientation. Gilbert has flashed real pass-rush potential but on a roster that includes some significant draft picks, he has his work cut out for him. But if Gilbert can continue to shine, he has a realistic chance of passing up draft picks for reps in the 2018 season. The Packers have been looking for a possible pass rush beyond Clay Matthews and if Gilbert can perform he can help the Pack immediately. Here are three ways Gilbert can help Pettine’s new scheme if he comes on this year. More
When coach McCarthy addressed the media last week, he made it clear that getting bigger and faster was a top priority. Now that the draft is in the books, the Packers have several big guys with speed that could be mode effective against tight ends, RB’s out of the backfield but can track and run in the screen game as well.
The question arose this week about what the Packers might do if Josh Rosen, QB from UCLA, were to fall to the 14th pick in the 2018 NFL draft. In this episode of the Quick Slant we discuss Rosen and contemplate what we would do if Rosen were to take the same fall that Aaron Rodgers did in 2005.
The Packers have reportedly brought in a couple defensive players that might be their first pick in the 2018 NFL draft.