The NFL's Rookie Symposium is underway and while there's only limited information being released about the contents of the event this week, we do know that rookies for NFC teams began their portion of the event on Monday.
Apparently, today is the day in which the NFC players take a short trip south from Cleveland, Ohio down to Canton to learn a little more about the history of the league. One Green Bay Packers rookie in particular was photographed in the Pro Football Hall of Fame's bust room, admiring some of the names and faces of the league's greats:
The Packers, of course, have more than their fair share of players in the Hall of Fame, as their 22 claimed players leaves the team second only to the Chicago Bears (don't worry, though, because 13 is still greater than 9).
It's nice to imagine Clinton-Dix's next visit to the Hall of Fame coming 20-25 years from now while he dons a gold jacket. Of course, he's got a long, long way to go before that can be remotely feasible, but he's probably got that thought in his head today.
That quest will resume on July 25th when he and the rest of the Packers will report to training camp.