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
I don’t think anybody is truly worried about the fact that Aaron Rodgers has thrown five interceptions in training camp. Still, at first blush, the news really makes you do a double-take.
In’s and Out’s TE Mitchell Henry has joined the DNP list. Will find out why after practice. #Packers pic.twitter.com/XzQRT8Fcyb — Rob Demovsky (@RobDemovsky) August 7, 2015 Partial crew of NFL officials are here. Will also work Family Night tomorrow.
The Packers didn’t need to use Tim Masthay very often last season, but that didn’t change anything about the guy’s preparation. Things haven’t changed much now that the 2015 training camp is here. Tim still knows he’s likely to get
In’s and Out’s Doesn’t look like Sam Shields is practicing. Quinten Rollins working at left cornerback. #Packers — Rob Demovsky (@RobDemovsky) August 6, 2015 So far no Matthews, Perry and Shields at practice today. Still checking others. — Tom Silverstein
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
Ty Montgomery was a little late arriving at training camp, but he’s not only made up for lost time, he’s made quite a stir. Is it enough to unseat Adams for the number three receiver position, or is it just
Yesterday NFL.com reported that B.J. Raji is down to 327 lbs. According to Raji himself, his weight hasn’t been that low since college. Is this just an interesting tidbit of information or does it mean more for the Packers 2015
As Training Camp practice continues: With Matthews out, #Packers rookie ILB Jake Ryan gets the first snap next to Barrington on No. 1 D. — Jason Wilde (@jasonjwilde) August 4, 2015 Jordy Nelson just ran by Damarious Randall and
With training camp in full swing, all the hype is focused on special teams and the defensive backs but there are other concerns that we should be watching. One concern, in my opinion, is the average (and below average at