The Green Bay Packers will hold their final open practice of their 2014 training camp today, which means that it's almost time for the team to trim the roster down to 53 players from 75. Several players who will be on the 53 spoke with the media on Tuesday, and one who's still on the bubble did as well.
We have links to several of these interviews as well as a look at which Packer has performed the best at his position through the preseason in today's curds, and stay tuned for our practice thread around 10 AM Central.
No problem this year; Flynn, Tolzien battle for backup job | Packers.com
Offensive Coordinator Tom Clements discusses this year's backup competition: "It’s a lot more comfortable, it was difficult last year." No kidding.
Davon House catching eyes of coaches in training camp | JSOnline
House had a fantastic game against the Raiders, with three pass defenses and four tackles.
Bostick says 'timing perfect' with leg injury | Packersnews.com
By "perfect" he means that it's a heck of a lot better to get injured during the preseason than during the regular season. And Bostick's optimistic goal is to return for the opener against Seattle.
Team of the Preseason: the Starters | Pro Football Focus
T.J. Lang makes PFF's list of the best players of the preseason, thanks to his impressive work in both run blocking and pass protection.
A little less conversation | ESPN Wisconsin
Jarrett Boykin explains why he isn't crazy about talking to the media: "You guys can write the articles, you can tell the stories, but at the end of the day, I’m the one who has to go out there and prove what I’ve got to prove." Still, he's proving that he can be a solid #3 wide receiver this summer.
Jayrone Elliott will get chance to close deal - ESPN
The Elliott story is far from over; if he can impress again on Thursday against Kansas City, that should lock up a roster spot.
Apparently you can block people into the sky in the new Madden game - SBNation.com
It seems that they gave Rams rookie offensive lineman Greg Robinson a rating of 1,000,000 in kicking power.