Tag Archive: training camp

Brandon Ross: Paralysis by Analysis?

  1 year ago     97 Views     Leave your thoughts  

The Packers' addition of Brandon Ross to the mix at running back has met with mixed reviews but most people have resigned themselves to the belief that he is nothing more than camp legs, an argument that has many strong points. I am going to attempt a little "paralysis by analysis" and completely disagree on one point and one point only. This post will end up a bit of a point counterpoint (as the "camp legs" case is so strong) but perhaps will center PackerNation back to a "wait and see" approach and give this kid a chance. First, lets…

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Wednesday Practice Tweet-Cap

  2 years ago     90 Views     Leave your thoughts  

Here's a rundown of today's practice. The In's...and Out's   #Packers DNPs: Blue, Glover-Wright, Goodson, Sebetic, Burnett, Bakhtiari, Daniels, Perillo, Abbrederis — Weston Hodkiewicz (@WesHod) August 19, 2015 S Morgan Burnett not around. Micah Hyde taking his reps. — Tom Silverstein (@TomSilverstein) August 19, 2015   Full list not practicing: Blue Glover-Wright Goodson Sebetic Burnett Bakhtiari Daniels Perillo Abbrederis — Pete Dougherty (@PeteDougherty) August 19, 2015 (more…)

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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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One Offensive Category That Needs Improvement

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The Packers' offense was a juggernaut in 2015 and as training camp continues (don't forget to catch the daily Tweet-cap) after practice today) they look to make 2015 even better. It is difficult to find weaknesses in an offense like the Packers. Aaron Rodgers has the fastest release in the league, elite accuracy, veteran savvy, and the best back-shoulder pass in the game. Add to that the fact that the Packers are returning all starters and our elite quarterback will be protected by the same offensive line and he will be throwing to the same elite receivers and handing off…

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