Happy Tuesday, ladies and gentlemen. I think that having Sunday off after the first padded practice helped the team a lot, as everyone's reports from practice were much more positive yesterday than they were on Saturday. We're hearing a lot of good things about rookies and second string players, which is awesome, because I don't like writing about how guys who are fighting for their jobs are playing poorly. Here's your daily dose of Green Bay Packers news and links.
Sounds like he had really great college coaches! Or not!
Jeff Saturday and Ted Thompson talk about the new camp structure.
We haven't seen him in a game yet, but based on what I saw in college and everything I read, I think we'll be seeing a lot of Mike Daniels this season.
Good stuff from Zach, as always.
"I see how Driver gets the crowd going. I was like, you know what, I can do the same myself."
More from around SB Nation after the jump.
That would suck. It would be nice if the NFL paid the referees. NFL refs are better than the officials in every other team sport in this country, and having watched plenty of FIFA and FIBA competition, they're probably the best professional sports officials in the world.
They came up with justifications for Jacksonville and Cleveland, how cute.
An unbelievably sad story.
"You all look too stiff and rigid, everyone needs to relax out there. Just chill out." "No problem, coach! We all know the perfect solution!"
Apparently this Blair Walsh guy is a lot better than Ryan Longwell.
Practices have been up and down for McClellin so far, which sounds about right for a super talented rookie learning a new position.