With Business out of the Way…it’s FOOTBALL TIME!

Aaron Rodgers INT PercentageWith the Packers shareholder meeting complete, it is time for football to once again take Titletown by storm. Mark Murphy addressed the media and laid out the highpoints including the possible game in London and the continued pursuit of NFL to move football back to L.A. Murphy also talked about the Packers new throwback jerseys. The Packers plan to continue with throwbacks rather than using a futuristic look for their 3rd jersey.

But now…it’s time for football…

I can’t wait to see what shakes out at the cornerback position. This will be a critical position to fill and the loss of the veteran Williams is a void that may yet be felt. I thought the Packers let Williams go at the right time and I am excited to see who steps up. Casey Hayward will be starting out at that position and Quinn RollinsJoe Whitt has been clear that he is looking for the depth behind those two. Of course we all know that training camp is the perfect place for a shakeup so it will be fun to watch how things develop. With two high draft picks coming in, there will definitely be youth at the position.

Players are moving into the dorms at St. Norbert’s and readying themselves for the beginning of camp. Who are you watching? What battles are you looking forward to and what positions do you think are critical during this year’s training camp? Let us know in the comments below or back on the Facebook Fanpage!

Go Pack!

With Business out of the Way…it’s FOOTBALL TIME!
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  • July 29, 2015 at 9:43 am

    I am also curious to see if Goodson has taken the next step, we all are talking about Randall and Rollins as high draft picks but Goodson has a year under his belt with the playbook and special teams and he even said he is ready for more play time. I liked him last year on ST’s he is fast with a lot of punch in his hits so if he can step up as a perimeter corner this year that will give the rookies time to develop. My position to watch is the ILB I am hoping at least one of the top three, Bradford, Thomas, or Ryan can fill the void next to Barrington so Matthews can play more on the outside with Peppers this season!


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