Green Bay Packers fans looking for news on rookies have come to the right place. This morning, we have a feature on the Packers' young receiver prospects, particularly the ones drafted later on, which looks at their progression as practices go from shorts to pads.
We've also got a look at a Packer who's doing charity work in his hometown and the future of beer sales in stadiums. It's amazing.
Late-round rookie receivers coming on strong | Packers.com
The true test for Jared Abbrederis and Jeff Janis will be what happens when the pads go on. Stay tuned tomorrow for our picks on who makes the 53-man roster at the position.
Notes - NFL concussion deal gets OK from judge | JSOnline
This is good news for former football players dealing with concussion-related symptoms - the cap on damages has been lifted, but the formula for payouts remains intact.
Mason Crosby returns home for Georgetown charity | KVUE.com
The Packers kicker is lending a helping hand back in his hometown in Texas for his family's charity, "The Locker."
Packers' Top Plays - Starr's Ice Bowl Sneak - ESPN
You as Packers fans will get to vote on the single most memorable play in the franchise's history. And if anyone votes for anything other than this one, you should just leave right now.
Dan Orlovsky: Theo Riddick will be our Darren Sproles | ProFootballTalk
Jason and I are pretty sure that this is the best headline of any football-related story of the summer
The Minnesota Twins have a self-serve beer machine - SBNation.com
I...what...I'm fascinated by this. If only they'd ship in some Leinenkugel's...